Tired of hitting the same old ski areas? Try ice climbing in Iceland, tour skating in Sweden, or one of seven more fresh outdoor activities this holiday season.
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People generally associate winter in western Washington with gray skies and endless rain.
When Ernest Hemingway stayed in Schruns, Austria, in 1925, sleds, not skis, were all the rage—and not just with kids.
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Contrary to what you might have heard, there is, in fact, ice in Iceland.
A year after the debut of his Ski Tour, Kipp Nelson is back with more events, more bands, and more babes. Sleep is totally overrated.