It’s rare that the blanched, distended underbelly of the corporate ski industry gets exposed to the skiing public, but that’s exactly what’s been happening for the past three seasons in the mountains...
Aaron Karitis was incapable of doing anything halfway. When the 31-year-old Bend, Oregon-native decided to do something, whether it was a golf game with friends, landscaping his backyard or starting...
Race Report 2014: Outside Endorsed Snow Races
The first tropical luger of the Winter Olympics was George Tucker, a 37-year-old doctoral student in physics, bumping down an icy track in the Sarajevo Games of 1984. Tucker was an underdog in nearly...
How reports of the snowboarding's demise have been greatly exaggerated
Shortsighted marketers might be running snowboarding into the ground, but it isn’t too late to save the sport
Meet Kikkan Randall, the most exciting thing in cross-country skiing since... forever
The secret to America's bobsledding Olympic success
Dissecting the scary trick halfpipe skiers will need to nail for a shot at gold
Who says cat and heli-skiing are for the one percent? Here’s how to score prime powder at a cut rate.
Sure, the women of the U.S. ski-jumping team want to medal in Sochi. But they’ve already scored the biggest victory: getting their sport into the Olympics in the first place.
How to get maximum protection from your helmet.
Now in its 12th year, the Ski Area Citizens' Coalition is tough on expanding resorts and loves onsite renewable energy generation. But navigating its scorecard feels like skiing through crud.
You don’t need high-speed quads, massive terrain parks and 4,000 feet of vert to end the day with a smile.
Whether you’re carving corduroy or slaying the steeps, a little guidance from the pros can help you do it better.