The Austrian mountain guide that has been involved in some of extreme sports' most notable conquests talks about the 2011 debacle on Cerro Torre, working with Shane McConkey and Felix Baumgartner, and how the big-mountain comp scene is a bit like kindergarten
The founder of SEABA, a heliskiing and backcountry adventure provider based in Alaska, talks about turning the ultimate ski bum fantasy into a reality, how to get a job at a heli operation, and tips for first-time heli-skiers
One of the most revered skiers in North America demystifies the life of a ski patroller, and talks about living and working at one of the best mountains on the planet and storms that dump eight feet in one go
Leader of the New Canadian Air Force and one of the most influential skiers in the sport talks about the importance of creativity, skiing with Glen Plake, and how the need for freedom has defined his career
One of the pioneers of big-mountain skiing in North America and his 17-year-old son, who is following in his dad's footsteps, discuss skiing first descents, the importance of being calculated, and how to stay alive in a sport full of risk
Dave Riley maintains that he's only renegotiating his contract, but several employees have said that the CEO has been absent since returning from a vacation to find the locks on his office had been changed
Discover what a passion for winter really means by schussing in the shadow of the Eiger, chowing down on five-star fondue in a slope-side farmhouse, or partying in Kitzbühel with the world's best skiers.
Tom Chapman's cunning real estate deals have made him a lightning rod in the battle over property rights in the wildlands of the West. Is he gaming the system or just playing smarter than everyone else?