An exclusive backcountry freeskiing comp seemed too epic to be real. Turns out, it was.
Pro skier Rian Zetzer can land massive backies off cliffs, but for this role, she had to put on her Bambi ski legs.
First Chair Brian has been first in the lift line for nearly every Alta powder day in the last 14 years.
Myia Antone wants more women from First Nations to discover what she has: that floating through powder in the backcountry is a kind of homecoming.
Turns out, it's not just skiers who recognize how special Markus Eder's "The Ultimate Run" is.
Karin Harjo took her career into her own hands, and now she's training the nation's top skiers to do the same.
Professional skier Ingrid Backstrom’s next-level skiing got her a seat in the heli seventeen years ago—and she continues to prove that women deserve that seat.
In 1971, Bill Briggs claimed the first ski descent of Wyoming's giant, the Grand Teton. But the Ivy League grad with a fused hip didn't do it for fame or glory.
What sets elite athletes apart is their ability to focus on the right thing, at the right time, every time.
In his more than five decades on the slopes, ski instructor Chip Lambert has had a front-row seat to the development of our sport.
The Olympic Champion's retirement, though not surprising, was sudden. And it left us with some questions.
Q&A with Lynsey Dyer - Pretty Faces, Stomping Grounds and Skiing Magazine