Yes, you can still find powder somewhere
Born in the valley of Londonderry, Vermont, snowboarding took root when Jake Burton and friends began shaping these boards in an old barn.
Why one would want to ski the Ice Coast, from a diehard defender
At the University of Vermont, an unusual initiative wants to help students discover the benefits of well-rounded healthy living. Is it working?
Corporate acquisitions and a challenging retail climate could alter the price and personality of the industry’s biggest wool-apparel brands
As mountain towns in the West struggle with the soaring cost of real estate, tiny Stowe, Vermont, remains an affordable bastion of outdoor living. It’s a place where ski bums aren’t an endangered species, good food and beer are plentiful, and everyone puts a premium on playing outside. Welcome home.
There's a new breed of low-cost lodging that's custom-made for getting into the wild
The writer and activist's nighttime essentials
Pack the cooler. From surfing in Rhode Island to fishing the newly reborn Elwha River in the Northwest, these are the season’s quintessential weekend escapes.
At the University of Vermont, mathematicians in the Computational Story Lab are reading your tweets and learning a lot about our collective well-being