Kelley McMillan

How U.S. Skiers Saved Their Sport

On Tuesday, the Alpine world championships kicked off in Beaver Creek, Colorado. Featuring over 700 athletes from 70 countries competing in 11 events over a two-week span, the biannual event is...

Why Serious Skiers Need to Visit Big Sky, Montana

Tucked away in a quiet corner of Montana, 50 miles south of Bozeman on the northwestern edge of Yellowstone, Big Sky serves up 5,800 acres of some of the biggest and burliest inbounds terrain in the...

Make a Pilgrimage to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

With 2,500 acres of some of the steepest inbounds runs in the United States, arguably the rowdiest lift-accessed backcountry skiing in North America, and hardcore ski mountaineering in its backyard,...

Only Have a Weekend in Aspen? Do This.

Whether you're a dirtbag ski bum or a gazillionaire Saudi prince, Aspen has something for everyone. The town delivers some of the best skiing (5,300 acres of inbounds terrain over four mountains),...

Why the U.S. Ski Team Calls Park City, Utah, Home

There’s a reason, several actually, that the US Ski Team calls Park City home. First off, Park City Mountain Resort delivers 3,300 acres of some of the best cruisers, bowls, and parks in the country.

The Power-Endurance Powder Plan

Your winter conditioning isn’t complete until you’ve built both power and endurance in the body parts that matter.

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