When winter loosens her grip on the Colorado high country, skiers search for towering peaks, long descents, and perfectly sun-ripened corn snow. On 14,275-foot Torreys Peak, 60 miles from Skiing Mag HQ. editor Kevin Luby finds plenty of all three.
Skiing Bro-tologist Ryan Dionne talks about the Backcountry Access Float avalanche airbag system. Still having good quality and an easy refill, this airbag system is one of the least expensive on the market.
Skiing Winter Lab Bro-tologist Ryan Dionne talks about the ABS Vario Base Unit avalanche airbag system. This pack is designed to zip into other ABS-compatible packs, and the system uses nitrogen to inflate the airbag.