While the Caribbean is known for big waves, if you're looking for a Jaws or a Mavericks, you're out of luck.
Nordic skiing began about 8,000 years ago in Scandinavia but it’s taken until now for the sport to start really catching on in the U.S.
Our 10-day expedition through the Ruth Gorge in Alaska's Denali National Park was plagued by poor snow conditions.
A river literally runs through this 6,600-acre guest ranch deep in Montana’s cowboy country.
A few years ago, almost nobody had heard of fat biking. Nowadays, it’s one of the fastest growing winter sports in the U.S. To accommodate, more bike clubs and land managers are grooming snowy trails...
The area near Rutherford, British Columbia, is a well-known spot for Whistler backcountry regulars.
If lingering holiday malaise and winter's cold, short days are knocking you off your game, look no further. One of these trips is sure to recharge you.
New heli-ski operations are popping up in Alaska in places you wouldn’t expect. And that means better powder for you.
These winter backcountry huts welcome dedicated skiers with warm bedding, home-cooked food, and sometimes even a sauna.
Everything you need to know about which parts of Mexico to see and which areas to avoid this year.
Valhalla Mountain Touring, family-owned for multiple generations., offers access to world-class skiing in every direction and enough variety to keep clients happy for weeks.
During the summer, chunks of Knik Glacier in southern Alaska calve into the lake below. In the winter, the icebergs freeze into the water's surface, creating smooth passage between the towers of ice.
It was the final day of a week spent shooting throughout the Pacific Northwest. We didn't have a skier lined up to shoot at Mt. Baker until the last minute when Zack Giffin agreed to show us around.
Photographer Ben Moon takes us on his journey to the desert to climb some splitters in Indian Creek, using the all-new Lytro ILLUM camera—designed to capture fuller, deeper, and more stunning images...
This is winter steelhead fishing in the Pacific Northwest—cold, beautiful, and filled with lots of walking and very few fish.