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The 24-Hour Plans for 10 Must-Do National Parks

Cramming a National Park visit into just one day can involve a stressful amount of guess-based planning and/or a dose of luck-infused spontaneity. But you can take charge with...

National Park Secrets: 10 Fresh Ways to Find Paradise

The National Park Service celebrates its 100th anniversary next year, meaning hoopla, poo-bahs, and crowds. If 2014 saw a record 292.8 million park visitors, just imagine the chaos that a...

Epic Texas

It’s no secret that Texas is crammed with a nation’s worth of adventure. Packed with beauty and excitement, fun and southern hospitality, the Lone Star State is a haven for any...

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

There’s a reason—several, actually—that the U.S. Ski Team calls Park City home. First off, Park City Mountain Resort delivers 3,300 acres of some of the best cruisers, bowls,...

Ski Touring Alaska's Ruth Gorge

Our 10-day expedition through the Ruth Gorge in Alaska's Denali National Park was plagued by poor snow conditions. A weak snowpack forced us to call off some of our biggest ski attempts, which...

Alaska Heli-Skiing's Hidden Hills are Opening Up

At Winterlake Lodge, a log cabin deep in Alaska’s Tordrillo Mountains, every tomato has to be flown in. The lodge, located 110 miles from the nearest road and accessed only via bush plane,...

Unwind. Recharge. Book a Winter Hut Trip.

Gliding up to a woodstove-warmed lodge in the backcountry should be on every skier's bucket list. The Alps are famous for their network of backcountry hostels, sometimes perched in the most...

Fat Biking on Knik Glacier

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...

Glade Skiing in the Pacific Northwest

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...

Indian Creek in a Different Light

A trip to the “desert” started as a biannual pilgrimage for me back in 2002, while I was living in my camper van and developing a career in photography. For the past...

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