Living and skiing out of a van is all fun and games until your ski socks get soaked in urine.
Skiing's increased popularity has led more resorts to charge for parking. Here's how to navigate the lots at 10 West Coast ski areas.
You have until August 21 to get in your laps on Palmer Glacier, and the bike park will be open into the fall.
This beloved Portland-area resort is known for its breadth of terrain and great sidecountry access.
Crowds, inexperience, and social media are leading to a surge in rescue calls on one of the most climbed peaks in America.
Resorts are closing, but you can extend your ski season with these backcountry touring routes for all abilities.
Memories of twilight riding in an empty powder playground lure one skier back to Mt. Hood after a pandemic-induced reprieve.
With the ski season wrapping up from coast to coast, we take a look at how it went off around different parts of the country.
The multi-resort pass centered around independently owned ski areas now tallies 66 resorts and goes on sale for the 2021-'22 season.
With Lifts Spinning Into May or Beyond at These 10 Resorts, You Can Keep Your Bike in the Garage A Bit Longer
Ski season isn't over quite yet at these U.S. ski areas thanks to high elevations and good spring snowfall.
Making turns down the flanks of a volcano is something every skier should experience. Bonus point for peering into the crater.
When times are tough and the world feels like it's turned upside-down, sometimes play is just what's needed
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 additions increase the Ikon Pass' presence in Oregon and New York State as the pass war continues into the next ski season.
August is when the itch gets the worst. Hot, lazy days lose their shine. The buzz of the air conditioner starts to burn your eardrums. And winter feels SO far away. And it is, but a plane ticket or a long hike could change that. Here’s where you can get your midsummer fix.
Check out the winning piece of snoetry.
A new system of downhill mountain bike trails would provide year-round recreation. But what are the environmental impacts?
Mount Hood, Oregon’s biggest summertime ski, snowboarding, skateboarding, and BMX camp, Windells, will see new dry slope airbags and a school credit option at the summer 2010 Windells Camp session. We spoke to camp founder Tim Windell about airbag landings, the Concrete Jungle, and Shaun White.