Trees, couloirs, and cliffs, oh my! When high angles get your blood pumping, these are the ski areas that should be on your go list.
Via ferrata climbing routes are growing in popularity in the U.S., including a brand-new one opening this summer at one legendary Colorado ski area.
The season is over for most of the continent, but these resorts are spinning their lifts—with some very important regulations. Here’s the deal.
"The Legend” becomes the 40th destination on Alterra’s multi-resort season pass and the 18th member of the Collective.
Looking for something new at an old favorite? These are the spots to visit this season.
A-Basin cites parking woes and increased crowds, while Vail announces new Keystone Plus Pass for 2019-20.
Arapahoe Basin is Colorado's renegade, a sack-lunch dog-party kind of place. Over the past decade it has nearly tripled in size—first into Montezuma Bowl, and now into The Beavers, forcing the locals to share some of their most coveted backcountry terrain. They might not be stoked, but you will be.
Vail, Beaver Creek, Aspen, and Monarch Mountain join a growing list of Colorado hills already open for business.
Not to be outdone by the West, the two Eastern Resorts will also start spinning lifts this weekend.
Mickey Wilson credits his ability to rescue the man to his slack lining skills.
Eldora joins Vail’s Epic pass while Mountain Collective adds Mammoth, Snowbird, and Whistler Blackcomb.
A-Basin helps you tackle the backcountry safely at the eighth annual Beacon Bowl and Avalanche Awareness Day on Saturday, Feb. 6. The day will include an avalanche transceiver competition, various avalanche-related demonstrations and clinics, a raffle, silent auction and après ski party.
In hillbilly America, we don’t have cute funiculars rising from every little village, like in the Alps. It starts in luxury and ends with nearly rotten mayonnaise.
You've likely heard the snowfall reports from around the country. Wyoming, Utah, Washington, California, and Colorado have all boasted early season dustings. But if you live in Colorado, the season officially starts tomorrow with Loveland opening at 9 a.m., beating out its rival Arapahoe Basin by a mere two days.