Get far into the wilderness in as little time as possible
Who needs swimming pools?
In one town's debate over how to honor its snowboarding roots, we can all learn something about what makes an artistic homage feel just right
The Jack Jumping World Championships—where competitors attach a single ski to a stool, then hang on as they hurtle down the slope—has been going strong for almost four decades. Mixing a bit of history with adrenaline and flipping a bird at the Big Ski establishment in the process, the event showcases ski culture at its very finest.
The places you'll never be able to afford and the ones so welcoming, you can move in tomorrow
On April 29, Dan Hacker busted out his skis for one last run in the green mountains of Vermont.
Your guide to North America's best skiing. Inbounds and out.
Our favorite ski hills in New York and New England
There was no better bike for this 116-mile gravel race though the back roads of Vermont
No matter how you like to ski or how long you can take off work, we've got the perfect trip in our guide to the best alpine escapes of the season