Bluebird Backcountry was a special community and will be sorely missed.
A guide to Norway's legendary skiing culture, from lift-served ski areas to scenic backcountry trips and everything in between.
If you've ever talked yourself out of bringing ski crampons on a spring backcounty ski tour, you're doing it wrong. Here's why.
You've got options in the climbing skin department. Here's how to choose the right pair for you.
If you venture deep into the backcountry, you need a plan for emergency communication. These are your best options.
Climate change means you may not be able to do hut-to-hut ski tours in the Alps forever.
Colo's Bluebird Backcountry debuts skin-in geodesic domes this season that guarantee first tracks, last tracks, and everything in between.
This ski touring and winter camping gear stood the test of challenging Arctic conditions.
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.
Things didn't go exactly as we wanted, but we learned a lot about perseverance, reward, and how to adapt in the moment.
Follow this nutrition advice from a ski touring pro to ensure you have enough gas left in the tank to enjoy your descent.
Where you stand on your skis, how long your stride is, and even where you look can impact how much energy you expend
The "human factor" is one of the biggest dangers in the backcountry. Here's how to manage tricky social dynamics.
Traveling with our loved ones affects our decision-making in the mountains. Here’s how to do it safely.
Most skiers decide on their route first, then check the avy conditions. Here's why that's backwards.
Aspen Snowmass is just one of the many ski areas now charging for uphill access. Is this the new norm?
Some ski areas allow uphilling, others don't. Here's what you need to consider before charging uphill.
Fostering the generational passion of skiing, but this time, the other way around.
From seemingly impossible rail tricks in Finland to deep powder in the backcountry of British Columbia, there isn’t much the 21 year old phenom can’t do.
Never before has a first-time competing team finished this military mountaineering race, until now.
For the first time American mountaineers will participate in the prestigious international mountaineering competition.