News from the Field

Photographer: Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP

Hundreds Cuffed at KXL Protest

As Reuters reports, several hundred of the estimated 1,000 people protesting the Keystone XL pipeline at the White House on Sunday agreed to risk arrest by refusing the leave the sidewalk in front... Read More

Photographer: Jennifer Jackson

2014 Snowshoe National Championships

Nearly 400 runners turned out for the 13th annual U.S. National Snowshoe Championships on March 1 at Prospect Mountain Ski Area in Woodford, Vermont. The 10K event—for which athletes had to... Read More

Vail Invades Japan

This week Vail Resorts announced the addition of the Niseko collective to the list of mountains where skiers can use the 2014–2015 Epic Pass. Niseko is Japan’s premier ski destination,... Read More

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Death Warrant for Man-Eating Tiger

Officials in Uttar Pradesh, India, have issued a shoot-to-kill order for a tigress that has killed 10 people since early December. The four-year-old Royal Bengal tiger has attacked villagers of all... Read More

Vail Resorts Blows Up “Smoke Shack”

Skiers and riders are all fired up after officials at Breckenridge Ski Resort blew up a log cabin last week that was being used to sneak a few tokes between runs. Vail Resorts, which owns... Read More