After going missing on Monday while descending from the summit with her partner Jim Morrison, Nelson was found by a search and rescue team.
Twenty-five years after his first victory, Fritz “The Cat” Strobl finally made it to the ceremony this month.
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Colorado was promised a massive storm. It delivered, just not on the slopes.
The new mandate requires face masks be worn at all federal buildings and lands. On paper, that includes 60 percent of ski resorts.
Black Diamond, Pieps, Vibram, RECCO and ISTA are on-board to protect riders and venue staff.
SKI Magazine and the NSAA recognize three resorts and one individual leading the charge in environmental initiatives across the snowsports universe.
Mickey Wilson credits his ability to rescue the man to his slack lining skills.
It's a bad break for sure—and a disappointment for American race fans. But there's still plenty of time in her career to catch Stenmark.
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Parent company, Newell Brands, looks to sell iconic winter brands by the first half of 2017.
Eldora Mountain Resort in Nederland, Colorado, announces they will be selling uphill alpine touring passes for the 2016/2017 season.
Forbes confirms the tiny town of Jackson, Wyoming, has the biggest income disparity in the country.
EB-5 foreign investor money was misspent, investors were misled by Stenger and Quiros, says SEC. Assets frozen. Court places Vermont resorts in receivership.
If you’ve been thinking you need a new role model, look no further. Hazel Birnbaum took first at Big Sky’s Freeskiing World Tour this year, she’s worked as an EMT and a ski patroller, and this summer she’s starting her own organic popsicle business. But wait, there’s more…
Stowe Reporter: Burton founder Jake Carpenter’s sons and friends accidentally caused the fire that destroyed the Stone Hut at Stowe.
I called up Doug Chabot, the director of the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center, to basically ask, “What the hell is happening?”
From California all the way to the French Alps, high avy danger has resulted in accidents all over the world this week.
According to www.thelocal.fr, twelve people have died in avalanches in the French Alps in January.
As skiers wait for snow, Legislature tackles burning issue.
Vermont's pre-eminent weather guy expects cold temperatures and above-average snowfall from here on out. Get ready to ski.