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The Local's Guide to Après at the World Championships
The World Ski Championships, which run until February 15, will host more than 600 athletes representing 70 nations and thousands of spectators. Read: It's gonna be a party.
Skiing's Most Fearless Man on Big Lines and Bindings
We're not sure we'd try Ian McIntosh's bold lines, but we'd certainly give his favorite stomping grounds—and gear—a try.
The Mysterious Disappearance of Michael Rockefeller
Never-before-seen footage sheds fascinating new light on the heir who went missing in 1961—and the man who set out on a quixotic quest to unravel the mystery
How America's Skiing Superstars Saved Their Sport
As America's favorite ski racers compete at the FIS Alpine Ski World Championships, a new book tells how they changed the game forever.
Kenton Cool and the Triple Cro
In just six days in May 2012, the British climber completed a trilogy that had never before been attempted: Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse—three of the world's highest mountains—in a...
How Explosives Saved the Elwha River
Can the largest river restoration project in history serve as a template for other waterways across the country?
The Lonesome, Acid-Dropping God of Skiing
Peter Kray’s new novella, The God of Skiing, has a lot to say. We’re not quite sure what it all means, but we sure did enjoy the ride.
Make 2015 the Year You Go on a Foodie Adventure
This year is shaping up to be a good one for folks who want a side of fine dining with their outdoor activity.
Not Over: We're Still Living in Climbing's Golden Age
At the annual American Alpine Club gathering Saturday in New York City, the sport's icons spoke with wistfulness about alpinism as it once was. But with stars like 22-year-old Sasha Digiulian on the...