When it comes to skiing advice, listen to the experts. They've made all the mistakes and learned the hard way, so you don't have to.
Learn to let your skis do the work for you, and you'll master the carve.
No matter how skilled a skier you are, learning to tackle seriously steep terrain takes determination, courage, and, yes, a little bit of ego.
There's a camp to enhance any skill-and have fun in the process.
Because you don't want to send a ski torpedoing down the slope getting first tracks without you.
Because it's not cool to let your skins flap around like a wet Band-Aid.
The Colorado Mountain School's Mike Alkaitis shares tips on how to de-ice skins while backcountry skiing.
The Colorado Mountain School's Mike Alkaitis shares tips on how to do a proper kick turn while backcountry skiing.