On growing up in Jackson, cutting class to film, and driving his parents to the edge.
On working with Shane, losing Arne, and not feeling the need to B.A.S.E. jump ever again.
On love, risk, and back flips.
On 50-degree slopes, bone grafting, and Down syndrome.
Plake on guidebooks, his current biggest vice (licorice), and what's pushing the next generation of pro skiers.
On Shane McConkey, compost, and recovering from two knee injuries.
Wieringa on avalanche control, running a ski resort, and shooting a big ol' gun.
On going pro at 13, Chamonix, and his father’s legacy.
On filming, sit skis, and fellow French Canadians.
On beach life, movie making, and jealousy.
In 2005, Miller won the overall World Cup title. Since then, the outspoken racer has been embroiled in controversy and has gone independent. Here's why.
On nerves, patience, and smooth lines.
On racing, the backcountry, and tolerance.
Shane McConkeymastered everything from racing to skiercross to moguls, and he brought it all together to create his own brand of big mountain skiing. Here are his thoughts on ski-BASEing, newschoolers, and bro-brahing.
A firsthand account of the season's earliest avalanche death.
Bill Briggs on making history, his reputation, and his last run.
On Cliffs, Fishing, and Relaxation
On avalanches, risk, and playing it safe.
On photography, new school, and snowmobiles.
On the backcountry, red tape, and personal responsibility
On Powder, Nature, and Avalanches.