Kelley McMillan is a Denver-based writer.
Got a drone for Christmas? Cinderblocks, freezers, and sub-zero temperatures are just a few of the obstacles it might have encountered before ending up under the tree.
You can find deals even in this pricey segment of an expensive sport—it just takes a bit of strategic planning.
Turns out it's not as expensive as you thought.
On Tuesday, the Alpine world championships kicked off in Beaver Creek, Colorado. Featuring over 700 athletes from 70 countries competing in 11 events over a two-week span, the biannual event is...
Whether you're a dirtbag ski bum or a gazillionaire Saudi prince, Aspen has something for everyone. The town delivers some of the best skiing (5,300 acres of inbounds terrain over four mountains),...
Just 29 miles from Salt Lake City, Snowbird has everything any skier might need: 2,500 acres of steep bowls, chutes, and trees, all covered in 500 inches of snow annually.
A 19th century mining town turned ski bum Shangri-la, Crested Butte is classic Colorado in all the right ways. Because it's a bit out of the way and legendary for its extreme terrain, the community...
There’s a reason, several actually, that the US Ski Team calls Park City home. First off, Park City Mountain Resort delivers 3,300 acres of some of the best cruisers, bowls, and parks in the country.
Breckenridge gets a bad rap as being a mecca for park rats and Front Range day-trippers, but that's not the whole story.
Whistler has it all, from 16 high-alpine bowls, killer hike-to zones, and massive backcountry to three glaciers, six terrain parks, and insane tree skiing through spruce forests.
Tucked away in a quiet corner of Montana, 50 miles south of Bozeman on the northwestern edge of Yellowstone, Big Sky serves up 5,800 acres of some of the biggest and burliest inbounds terrain in the...
With 2,500 acres of some of the steepest inbounds runs in the United States, arguably the rowdiest lift-accessed backcountry skiing in North America, and hardcore ski mountaineering in its backyard,...
Don't let an injury keep you off the slopes. Pro skier Crystal Wright shares hard-earned tips on preventing and recovering from big breaks.
The 2013 U.S. Ski Mountaineering National Champion is here to help you ski farther and better.
Slacklining isn’t just for show-offs anymore. It just might be the key to your winter-sports breakthrough.
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