Jacob Smith became the youngest blind skier to descend the Big Couloir on Lone Mountain
Professional freeskier Jérémie Heitz has transformed over his career and is now skiing 4,000-meter faces in Switzerland's backcountry
Union members at Stevens Pass and Park City Mountain Resort want better wages and working conditions but say their parent company has dragged its feet in negotiations. If they still can't get to the bargaining table, could a strike shut down the two ski areas?
Since 1973, a groundbreaking organization has gathered thousands of Black snow-sports enthusiasts for a week of on-mountain revelry. But the event has always had a more serious mission, too: changing perceptions about who belongs on the slopes.
This Wes Anderson–inspired short film follows a small crew of skiers and snowboarders on the hunt for a legendary hermit
The process of BASE jumping before the exit point
Last winter, when the robotics firm Roam released its latest version of Elevate, a revolutionary exoskeleton promising to boost skiing performance, our writer knew he had to give it a test drive. His analysis: the company's debut product is fun yet flawed—but its vision of a tech-assisted sports future will still blow your mind.
A study from the Colorado Avalanche Information Center indicated something counterintuitive: experience doesn't always correspond with safety
A dogsledder and her pursuit of competing in the Iditarod
Come for the #vanlife inspiration, stay for the powder skiing in this short film about a young skier in the Cascades
Teton Gravity Research's new ski film 'Make Believe' celebrates those who have created their own version of reality
'Last Moments of Recall' follows skiers based in Canada's Chic-Choc Mountains as they tour the birch forests of Gaspésie National Park
A harrowing backcountry rescue at 11,000 feet exposes the precarious situation first responders are in thanks to the coronavirus pandemic
Yes, getting outside is good for anxiety, but you should think twice about crowding backcountry trailheads and risking getting hurt
In 2017, big-mountain professional skier Tobin Seagal set off a large avalanche in the mountains of Pemberton, British Columbia
There's more at stake now than skiing, but it's OK to be bummed out about it
'The Little Mountain That Could' features the story of Whaleback Mountain, a small community hill in Enfield, New Hampshire
Each of the 41 mountains on the Ikon Pass is unique and distinct, but a few defining characteristics unite them all
Armed with Ikon Passes, these skiers and riders are turning their snow dreams into reality and proving that it's never been easier for you to do the same
Forget stadiums and manicured ice—the humble roots of hockey belong to frozen backyard ponds. From beer leagues to ex-pros, hockey players from across the country head to the Midwest every year for the U.S. Pond Hockey Championships.
Who can we blame for all those lift lines and traffic jams?
Fluorinated glide wax is being banned from elite competitions, and big brands like Swix say they’re searching for environmentally friendly alternatives. But the seductively speedy—and noxious—compounds are unlikely to loosen their grip on the sport anytime soon.
Starting this year, men and women will earn the same prize money on the Freeride World Tour
Three skiers died at Silver Mountain, Idaho, on January 7. In the wake of yet another ski-area avalanche tragedy, it's time to awaken our mountain sense.