You’re into biking, kayaking and skiing. It’s time to raise your game with a life-changing adventure makeover. Check out these amazing destinations.
Cross-Country Skiing in Rocky Mountain National Park
Two filmmakers capture stories of survival in a decaying Detroit.
Head to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort where its 4,139 vertical feet of intimidating in-bound runs, like Corbet’s Couloir, come with a high pucker factor.
Denali Dog Sled Expeditions’ 60-mile round trip from Healy, Alaska, to a backcountry cabin—just six miles from where Christopher McCandless starved to death—is worth the frigid cold.
Learn to race from former Olympic ski team members at PointZero1's camps in Vail and Aspen.
Don't miss the best backcountry schools
Don't miss the Telluride Comedy Festival
Don't miss Jay Peak's 50,000-square-foot indoor water park.
A Pro Tip from skier Ingrid Backstrom
Pro Tip from skier Lynsey Dyer
The best new skiing trails for the 2011-2012 season are at Sugarloaf, Maine, which received 22 inches last year during a Christmas blizzard.
Crested Butte, the ski resort with the best hike-to terrain, often has thin snow cover until February. Find out about their best ski packages.
Vail, Colorado, not only has some of the best skiing in North America, but the Winter Teva Mountain Games will be fun for everyone.
Read about the best new ski lift in North America, Jackson Hole's Marmot lift, and get the inside scoop on Jackson Hole's best skiing deals.