When weather forecasters called for an El Niño this winter, everyone on the West Coast—which typically scores with major snowfall during El Niño winters—rejoiced. But did the storms really deliver?
You like the idea of sleeping in a tent on a frozen glacier midwinter. But you also really enjoy beds and hot showers.
Bring your board across international borders to reach one of these legendary locales
April showers bring May flowers, as the saying goes, and El Niño rains can bring on even more spectacular wildflowers than usual. So head to the desert, the mountains, or the coast to catch spring in...
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Ashima Shiraishi, 14, and Kai Lightner, 16, talk climbing in caves, high school life, and Olympic dreams.
You’ll need fewer pints up here than you would at sea level
Yes, you can go cat skiing in the Lower 48. And yes, it’s really good.
You don’t need to be in a big city to drink quality, locally-sourced booze. More and more craft distilleries are popping up in mountain towns.
If you get stuck on a lift, ski patrol has a calculated way to get you down.
Whether you’re refueling after a dawn patrol or heading out for a day of on the snow, here’s where to dig into some of the best breakfasts in the mountains
A hotel should be more than just a place to sleep. These new ski-town lodges go above and beyond.
Stock your physical and digital library with these must-see, must-read works that capture the worlds of skiing, mountaineering, and winter exploration.
Here’s how to ditch the roses and chocolate
January and February are typically peak months for avalanches—more skiers, snowmobilers, and other winter enthusiasts die in slides during those months than any other time of the season. This year,...