Ski racers Mattias Hargin and Erin Mielzynski swap skinny skis for powder boards and head to Chamonix in search of backcountry adventure—no gates required.
Expert advice on how to fuel up during alpine tours.
Paws don’t have edges and sintered bases, but they sure seem to do the trick.
Resort skinning takes off.
We asked 2014 North American ski-mountaineering champion John Gaston to weigh in on the perfect setup.
An uphill-skiing noob tests her mettle at Arapahoe Basin’s Rise & Shine Rando series.
Two Coloradans earned turns this summer by biking to, hiking, climbing, and skiing Longs Peak.
Next year's boots have something for everyone.
In 2014-15, lightweight gear is no longer just for backcountry skiers.
With better compatibility, bindings are blurring the lines between alpine and alpine touring.
Despite litigation fears, many U.S. resorts embrace uphill skiers.
Our favorite backcountry skis, boots, bindings, and accessories this season.
From hard-charging alpine to AT and tele boots, here are some our editors have on their wish lists.
When "destination skiing" doesn't mean flying to a ski resort.
Connor Davis hits St. Mary’s Glacier to remember why he skis.
Mike Powell from K2 shows us the new K2 Pinnacle 130 boot.
Geoff Curtis from Marker shows us the New Marker Lord Binding.
Or, how I shaved several pounds off my touring set up and learned to love going uphill.