Lynsey Dyer’s Spring Rolls
Whip your crock out with Lynsey Dyer.
Whip your crock out with Lynsey Dyer.
As Crested Butte’s ski patrol director, Bill Dowell gets first chair, makes sure people have an amazing ski day, and deals with all types of ski injuries.
We asked our Instagram fans to tag their best spring shots with #skiingallspring. Here are our favorites.
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The first stop on the newly reorganized Freeride World Tour hits a snag as Mother Nature continues to be stingy.
A new look at something all skiers share.
The most demanding race in America returns to Colorado. We'll be watching.
Yeah, we all love skiing. Obviously. That’s why we’re here. For the face shots and the glory and the self-congratulatory après stories. But it’s really the little things that make it.
Some big mountain skiers, well known and otherwise, to keep your eye on this season.
An extremely soulful book review.
What we do to make it work.
How the High Fives Foundation turns misfortune into mojo.
Three days in Alaska with Eric Pollard, Chris Benchetler, and Bryce Phillips.
What happens when an athlete goes down hard on a film shoot? Cody Townsend and Matchstick’s Scott Gaffney told us what it was like from both sides of the lens.
New film has alpine skiers, snowboarders. Because you can tour on AT skis, too.
Lynsey Dyer always has multiple irons on the fire. She told us about touring in Chile and Kashmir, why she's back with Rossignol, and how she mixes art with skiing.
Ever wondered what it’s like to compete in a big mountain ski comp? So did I…
Team Discrete—Julian Carr, Rachael Burks, Parker Cook, Ben Wheeler, Chris Bezamat, and John Roderick—wins the Eye of the Condor Reader's Poll.
The teams from the Eye of the Condor have one more contest to win, and you're the judge. Vote for your favorite team. The winner gets a feature story in an upcoming issue of Skiing.
Team DubSatch came out on top in both the photo and video categories at the Eye of the Condor. Against all odds (a young team, a last minute bail by the photog) they put together the best photos and videos of the week. Check them, and the rest of the teams' shots here.
Here are all of the videos from the Eye of the Condor. Hot Chilean ski action, in your face.
The Eye of the Condor ended with a bang. Here's what happened at the award ceremony
The Winner of the Eye of the Condor photo/video contest is....
Sweetgrass productions drops the trailer for their two-years-in-the-making film, "Solitaire.
Whoever said the West Coast was the best coast clearly didn't know what they were missing. The Meatheads, once again, showcase the best of the East.
Athletes bios, info about the photographers, and more about the event.
Video updates from the Eye of the Condor.
July 30th through August 5th, teams of athletes and photographers will invade La Parva, Chile, for a weeklong photo-shoot out extravaganza. Meet the athletes on each team.
A few words with Justin Brodin, founder of the Bozeman, Montana-based film company, Toy Soldier Productions and a trailer for his upcoming movie, "Set Your Sights."
The end of ski season doesn’t need to be the end of your adrenaline rush. We followed the melting snow downstream and uncovered the best spots for white water rafting in North America.
Red Bull Illume, a multi-sport, action photo contest, is on a nation-wide tour to exhibit photos from the most recent contest. Chris Burkard, an American photographer who shot surfer Pete Mendria off the coast of Chile, were among the winners and their photos are currently displayed at the Denver Performing Arts Center. Here's a taste of the rest of the photos.
Pro skiers spend their summers pounding nails or waitressing, right? Maybe back in the pioneering days of pro skiing, but now, summer lifestyle includes anything from traveling to other parts of the world to ski, training for upcoming events, or perfecting other talents, like music, or making piñatas.
Kip Garre, Skiing Mag friend and Warren Miller athlete, died this week. Editor Sam Bass, who went to high school with Garre, remembers what made him shine.
Send in your best spring skiing photos, win a HD Drift POV Camera.
The rules of the spring photo contest.
When Bob Lange developed the first Lange Ski Boot in 1962, he revolutionized ski-boot technology. But he really won attention in 1970, when he introduced the Lange Girls. Here's the back story, plus how to get your own Lindsey Vonn Lange Girl poster. Story by Tom Winter.
Sweetgrass Productions isn't your average film company. Instead of shooting urban jibs and heli-fueled big mountain lines, they've made a name for themselves by filming in-depth portraits of human-powered ski culture, with a side of pow shots (see their last film "Signatures"). They've spent the past two seasons in South America shooting their 2011 production, "Solitare." Here's a behind the scenes look.
Salomon Freeski TV follows a group of ski bums in Whitewater, B.C. as they hunt for powder, drive with their boots on, and make sidecountry laps. Sound like your ski buddies? Probably, except these guys are all over 70.
One reader's story of faith lost and found, ski bum economics, and the weird stuff you find on the night shift.
When four patrollers were dismissed with no explanation, the resort community in Sunshine Village came together to support them. Now, the patrollers are engaged in a lawsuit with the resort owner, Ralph Scurfield. Here are the details as they unfolded.
What are the best ski films of all time?
Check out the winning piece of snoetry.
One skier's surprising day on a demo pair of Ski Logiks leads to a transcontinental phone call with the company's founder to learn about ski building, moving to China, and the crazy dream that made it happen.
A ton of snow and a serious crew of competitors should keep things exciting. Check out video and live updates.
You've narrowed it down to your 15 favorite powder photos. Vote again for your favorite shot.
These are the best things we've seen all year. From other-side-of-the-world landscapes, and portraits of ass-kicking female athletes to blower, double overhead pow shots. Take a look.
Skiing editor Kevin Luby flew into Mammoth Mountain, California, last Thursday. Since then, 13 feet of snow have fallen on the Sierras and he is stuck there. Somehow, we don't feel bad for him.
Today was prelim day at the Nike 6.0 Open stop of the Winter Dew Tour in Breckenridge, Colorado. Kevin Rolland is first going into tomorrow's superpipe, and Russ Henshaw is leading in the slopestyle department. Check back tomorrow for shots from the finals.
Showing his strength across disciplines, Jon Olsson raced—and did well— last weekend at Val d'Isere.
Simon Dumont is a seven-time X-Games medalist known for his gravity defying amplitude in the halfpipe. Between last weekend’s Visa U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain and this weekend’s Dew Tour at Breckenridge we caught up with Simon to talk about injuries, the Olympics, and his clothing company Empire Attire.
The up and coming big mountain athlete on polar bears, big mountain comps, and her first filming experience with Warren Miller.
Spot the slip up in Skiing’s 2011 Resort Guide, write a limerick, and earn a chance to win a four-person ski getaway to Mt. Bachelor, Oregon.
The official rules for Skiing Magazine's Spot the Error Sweepstakes
No, it's not some steamy site for hardcore ski groupies; Fantasy Ski Racer is a sweet new fantasy football-style web platform for ski racing fans.
Bringing the snow stoke to the concrete jungle.
Every ski town has a band. The one locals follow religiously, filling venues three days a week. A skier’s passion for snow is almost matched by a passion for music. If that ski town is Vail, then the band is the MTHDS and they happen to feel the same way.
A tribute to CR’s life and style. All proceeds will go towards the CRJ Memorial Fund
The risks and rewards of La Grave, France, through Jordan Manley's eyes.
The perennial TGR star told us about going 3D, how filming affects his skiing, and skiing pow all over the world.
Big mountain athletes Crystal Wright and Jess McMillan tell us what they think about the changes to the Nissan Freeride World Tour.
We checked in with pro skiers Erik Roner, Dash Longe, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, and Grete Eliassen to see what they’ve been up to since the snow has stopped falling. They told us about their BASE jumping trips, Hawaii vacations, and mountain biking excursions.
The Canadian mountaineer is attempting to ski two million vertical feet under his own power this year. He’s more than half way done. He broke down the vert, told us what he does to stay motivated, and gave a warning about Chilean chicken heads.
Enter your action sports video and win.
The 17th annual International Climbers Festival brought hundreds of rock-crushing climbers to Lander, Wyoming, where they attended slideshows, climbing clinics, movie showings, and competitions. Check out some videos and photos from this year’s festivities.
Check out what it takes to dream up, design, and build the Keystone Bike Park. Plus, video of what your handlebars see.
Now in it’s third year, the Paddlefest in Fawnskin, California, July 10-11, adds stand up paddling and Luau.
The mountain towns of Vail, Aspen, Steamboat, Snowbird, and Park City are all hosting free concert series this summer. By Ramsey Bernard.
New Zealand welcomes winter with pantless races, sheep farmers.
In case you missed the 37th annual Telluride Bluegrass festival last week, we've thrown up a gallery for you. Enjoy.
The ski industry does its part in the Chile earthquake relief mission.
Skiers at Evolve Chile split their time between skiing fresh powder and working with the community. By Becca Fanning
The end of ski season doesn’t need to be the end of your adrenaline rush. We followed the melting snow downstream and uncovered the best spots for white water rafting in North America. By Becca Fanning
Skiers are particularly vulnerable.
After being shunned for decades, and shut out of the Olympics, the ladies who launch are starting to gain international recognition.
Colorado's Arapahoe Basin closed Sunday, June 6, as the last resort open in the state. The Beach, the Basin's notorious parking lot apres-ski spot, was full and there was plenty of end of season pond skimming to be had. Here are the photos.
The professional freeskier died Friday morning after a fall in Peru.
Squaw Valley-based skier dead at 29 after a big-mountain fall.
With the completion of her final climb, Aspen’s Capitol Peak, Christy Mahon joins the company of seven reported people who have climbed and skied all 54 of Colorado’s 14,000-ft peaks. She is also the first woman to do so. By Anna Baldwin. Photos: Ted Mahon
Over Memorial Day weekend, Telluride, Colorado will host the annual Mountainfilm Festival, a gathering of outdoor and environmental filmmakers, as well as athletes, artists, and more. We spoke to festival director David Holbrooke about the ski films playing at this year’s festival.
Outdoor athletes of all types—trail runners, kayakers, rock climbers, mountain bikers and more—will compete at the Teva Mountain Games in Vail, Colorado, on June 3-6. Come to watch the competition or sign up for an event yourself. Here's how. *Check out our awesome wrap-up gallery from the event: http://www.skinet.com/skiing/competition/2010/06/teva-mountain-games-2010