It's a simple fact that ending your ski session with an adult beverage makes the whole day seem that much better. Here are the spots you need to hit during your next snow session.
Pick your genre poison and gather around the small screen for a night where the slashers, ghosts, goblins, or zombies get a run for their money.
A decision handed down by the Okanogan County Superior Court in Washington last Wednesday ruled that a controversial hut on a ridge above the town of Mazama must be moved.
Turns out, you can actually get a bachelor's degree in beer. As the craft beer movement has grown, educational opportunities for craft brewers have increased, too.
Of all the subsets of craft brewing, pepper brewing—or adding hot pepper juices, oils, and peppers to beer—is definitely the spiciest. Think you can withstand the heat?
The ticket-window price at major ski resorts this season will be well north of $100, but it is possible to cut some costs.
If you get hungry on the slopes, don't make a detour to the ski lodge halfway through your day—stash some of these calorie-dense snacks in your pockets instead.
Swiss International Air Lines cooked up the pie-in-the-literal-sky idea of serving haute cuisine at altitude. For one promotional flight only, they'll serve an exquisite gourmet meal to coach and...
In 2010, after half a decade of racing triathlons, Erin Beresini's body gave out. The collapse was devastating for Beresini, who had also made writing about endurance sports her career.
Tired of epic lift lines, hostile locals, and $15 burgers at the lodge? Something wonderful is happening in a remote pocket of British Columbia, where homegrown spirit is flourishing beyond the reach...
There are many threats to the 50-year-old Wilderness Act. But the most dangerous, Kenneth Brower says, comes from those who are chipping away at the very idea of wilderness itself.
Argentine celebrity chef Francis Mallmann can stand the heat—in fact he loves it. Still, he wants to get the hell out of the kitchen. And he thinks you should too.
Ride bikes, drink beer: this might be what our forefathers meant by “...the pursuit of happiness.”
The German-American surfing writer was kidnapped by Somali pirates in 2012—and held for two years and eight months. Joshua Hammer reports on his imprisonment, the messy, drawn-out negotiations to...
Each year, Denver, Colorado, plays host to the brewing world's biggest party: the Great American Beer Festival (GABF). This year's festival was the biggest yet, and despite heavy competition, a few...