The champion of the waterproof-breathable hardshell, is getting soft
Fresh terrain is opening up, a new megaresort beckons, and a Godzilla El Niño promises major storms. Why should you be amped for winter? Let us count the ways.
A super-cozy layer guaranteed to last 3 decades
Will it succeed where others have failed?
Shells get a major upgrade. Again.
Stay warmer, drier, and happier on the slopes.
Why and how the company took the jump to high performance.
Leadville boomed in the late 19th Century on the heels of a silver discovery. The silver is gone, but the town is experiencing a second boom built on mountaineering, fishing, and bike shops rather...
The National Park Service celebrates its 100th anniversary next year, meaning hoopla, poo-bahs, and crowds. Start early with these adventures in ten classic—and should-be classic—parks.
Starting next fall, Norwegian helmet-maker Sweet Protection will bring what it’s calling “the most advanced snowsports helmet on the market” to North America. The Grimnir, available in Europe this...
The Whitewater Grand Prix is paddling's most insane event, a scrappy, alcohol-soaked gauntlet that sends competitors down some of the most fearsome rapids in the world. It's so dangerous and...
Skiers love dogs, says Cindy Hirschfeld, so it makes sense that each year ski resorts and mountain town hotels become more dog friendly.
With more than 600 athletes representing 70 nations mingling with thousands of spectators, the World Alpine Championships in Vail and Beaver Creek, Colorado February 2-15, is gonna be a party.
Brolin Mawejje hopes to become the first Olympic snowboarder from Uganda, a country that has no snow. The 20-year-old pre-med student is the star of Far From Home, a documentary debuting at the Santa...
Sometimes the best way to beat the cold is to warm the liver.