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From the Road West Traveled, ‘Abandoned’ highlights the diminishing amount of ski resorts in Colorado

Film to be based on the book about Doug Coombs written by Massachusetts author Rob Cocuzzo

‘Closer,’ from rider Antti Autti and director Iisakki Kennila, is an ode to endless freeride pow laps

This film from the BRASS Foundation​​​​​​​ provides some really helpful avalanche advice

Kelsey Malin and a friend were chasing powder at Colorado’s Monarch Mountain resort when a wrong turn sent them into the wild for 52 frigid hours

We asked. They told. In-the-know locals divulge their secret powder lines, après breweries, and hidden hot springs.

This is the trailer for 'Range of Mystery,' which features three snowboarders as they search for a legendary peak in the Himalayas. 

For those of us chasing powder, here's what the meteorologists say winter likely has in store

Our favorite musher will be at the start line when the Last Great Race kicks off in Anchorage on March 2, 2019. In the first of a pre-race series of dispatches, she talks about the remote Alaskan lodge where she's training for the big event.

‘Higher Truths’ follows skiers Chris Rubens and Cody Townsend on a journey to ski Mount Colangma in the Himalayas

Jon Rockwood started his own production company to capture all the talent the ski industry has to offer

Everything you need to know about the biggest downhill skiing races of the season

‘Perks’ tracks Nikolai Schirmer and Flo Bastian as they ski the backcountry in British Columbia, Chamonix, and the Lyngen Alps. 

From the filmmakers at Mad Trees, ‘We Heard You Need Gloves’ features a group of female shredders ripping up the terrain at Mount Baker.

Ski photographer Oskar Enander sees the world differently than most of us—in black and white.

Though he can’t enjoy an après beer yet, Kai Jones may be the most stylish skier on the slopes of Jackson Hole, Wyoming

In this film, ‘The Wild Crow,’ ski guide Beau Fredlund reflects on his relationship with the small town of Cooke City, Montana.

Icelantic Skis, a boutique company in Colorado, wasn't profitable a few years ago. Then Annelise Loevlie became the CEO, and things changed.

It's not all throwing bombs and having the mountain to yourself—but those are big perks

In this short video from Teton Gravity Research, skier Hadley Hammer explores the best place to escape the pull of connectivity

The corporations buying up resorts are making the slopes crowded. But they're also throwing the sport a lifeline.

Your pup loves powder days, too. Here's how to make sure your backcountry adventure goes smoothly.

Skiers Christina Lustenberger and Dane Tudor hunt for fresh stashes of powder along the banks of the mighty Columbia River.

'The Abbey' follows a group of skiers seeking amazing turns on the slopes of Engelberg, Switzerland.

Downhill skier Victor Muffat-Jeandet races drone pilot Jordan Temkin and his machine on the slopes of Snowbird, Utah

Have you ever thought, ‘Mom, how could you say that?’ well, this film is littered with those moments.

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Whether she’s mentoring the next generation of female street riders or shredding urban handrails, Kimura always keeps it real.

Skiers Kalen Thorien and Stan Rey​​​​​​​ poll their Instagram following for recommendations on an international ski trip.

Skiers Christina Lustenberger and Dane Tudor search the headwaters of the Columbia river for some of the world’s most sought-after snow.

This season of 'Westward,' from KGB Productions, features local entrepreneurs and avid skiers in Tahoe.

Hoji, from Matchstick Productions, chronicles the Alberta native’s rise within the skiing community. 

Nelson and Morrison are the first to successfully ski 7,000 vertical feet from the summit of Nepal’s Lhotse, one of the most prized high-altitude lines in the world

Salomon has done it again with their upcoming season of ski films.

From the filmmakers at Teton Gravity Research, ‘Far Out’ will feature epic footage from its extensive list of creditworthy skiers.

Skiing apparel company Norrona sent three of its ambassadors to ski in the Lyngen Alps of Norway.

If successful, Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison would become the first people to ski the fourth-highest mountain in the world on a route that's eluded mountaineers for decades

Thousands of people flock to the Alps each year to ski tour high-elevation routes, spending comfortable nights in a string of huts that serve wine and hot meals. This spring, a group of experienced skiers and their guide were trapped in a storm overnight on an exposed saddle. By morning, nearly all were dead or dying.

Ode to Muir follows snowboarders Elena Hight and Jeremy Jones on a 40-mile human powered expedition through California’s High Sierra.

‘All In’ from Matchstick Productions will feature 8 skiers - 4 women and 4 men- charging lines throughout dozens of locations. 

Zig Zag is this year’s film from Level 1 Productions and follows professional skiers as they chase iconic lines.

Polish ski mountaineer Andrzej Bargiel made history on Sunday, July 22, by completing the first ski descent of K2.

In 2017, she became the first woman to descend all 90 ski lines in 'The Chuting Gallery.' She shouldn't have to defend her accomplishment, but she will.

2018 was one of the driest seasons on record. How many resorts can survive another like it?

'Every Few Winters' is a film from apparel company Pertex that showcases the harsh beauty of ski touring in Scotland. 

This film from filmmaker Logan Bonwell puts in perspective how much shredding can be done on one ski.

It's no surprise that travel nursing makes for a great occupation if you like adventure.

This November, the North Face and Sherpas Cinemas dropped an edit called Imagination, a film influenced by J.P. Auclair.

'Your Winters Need You' highlights skier Caroline Gleich’s relationship with the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.

We couldn’t help but be enthralled by the tomahawks and yard sales in the Numinous crash edit.

Aje features skier Baker Boyd alongside Japan native and founder of Teton Bros Nori Suzuki finding endless stashes of snow.

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Over the past few decades, Hilaree has established herself as one of the best ski mountaineers in the world. Even more impressive? She isn’t slowing down anytime soon.

The Doug Coombs Foundation was created to subsidize skiing and open up the sport to a broader audience. Now the Jackson, Wyoming–based organization finds itself on the front lines in the battle over undocumented workers.

In our feature on skier Adam Roberts, we take a look at what made him so special. Video courtesy of Jasper Gibson.

When extreme skier Adam Roberts was killed by an avalanche in the mountains of Washington State, some people wondered if he’d died on purpose. Christopher Solomon reconstructs a life in which athletic talent, fearlessness, and mental illness combined to create an unbearable reality.

One man's quest to ski the equivalent of sea level to the summit of Everest and back. Twice. In 24 hours. On a single ski run.

A crew of skiers heads out to the hills around Chamonix, France for some night laps in this film Nocta II from Black Crows and Yucca Films.

From filmmaker Zane Clampett, The Peculiar Expedition of Thomas Snyder follows little-known snowboarder Thomas Snyder on his journey from his local hill in Minnesota to the steep backcountry lines of Montana. 

From filmmaker Ben Page, The Frozen Road chronicles the Canadian Arctic segment of his bike ride around the world.

Now that it's all over, gold medalist Kikkan Randall gives us an inside look at the games' HQ

From Filmmaker Thomas Woodson and Outdoor Research, Bringing up Backcountry follows mountain guide Jessica Baker and professional skier Rachael Burks into the remote wilderness of Kimberley, British Columbia for a reflection on what it means to be a family in the backcountry. 

From filmmakers Alex D'Agostino and Ben Goertzen, Whiskey Facts follows a crew of Montana skiers into the backcountry for a day full of pillows and trips to the whiteroom.

The Lost Craftsmen, from Seeking Nirvana, highlights skiers Riley Leboe, Matt Margetts, Joe Schuster, and Mike Henituk as they explore Japan’s mythical powder stashes. 

Faction Skis’ film This Is Home features pro skiers returning to their home mountains for some truly remarkable sessions. This video follows Duncan Adams in Montana, Utah, and Switzerland.

Onetime U.S. Ski Team racer Lisa Ballard, 56, never abandoned her skis—or the idea of winning a world championship

From the North Face, Middle of Somewhere follows snowboarders Jake Blauvent, Blake Paul, and Austin Smith as they venture deep into British Columbia’s backcountry.

As a fellow Asian-American female rider, following her career over the past few years has been an exhilarating ride

Now that we know which mountains are on the Ikon and how much it costs, we wanted to figure out: Which is a better deal for skiers?

From ski filmmakers, The Loners, Northeast Appeal features some of the gnarliest backcountry conditions found in Canada’s Chic-Choc Range.

Jessie Diggins and Kikkan Randall’s Olympic victory is a win for everyone

At 33 years old, she became the oldest woman to medal in alpine skiing—thanks to smart, restrained racing

From the filmmakers at Ski The East, Promised Land: Mad River Ruckus highlights Mad River Glen having an all-time season.

This video from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort highlights skier Karl Fostvedt’s first place run in this year's Kings and Queens of Corbet’s competition.

From Level 1 Productions, this video is Laurent De Martin’s edit from the film Habit.

Barking At the Door from Good Company Ski features skiers Lucas Wachs and Karl Fostvedt going huge in the backcountry.  

From Black Crows, Lusti follows Christina Lustenberger who is an ACMG certified guide and former world cup racer. In this film, she’s chasing after a first descent of 'the black friar'. 

HandCrank’s Power of Film series follows brothers Sam and Zack Giffin who double as a filmmaker and pro-skier, respectively.

HandCrank’s Power of Film series follows brothers Sam and Zack Giffin who double as a filmmaker and pro-skier, respectively. In episode two the duo head to Alaska to film with cinematographer Ben Sturgelewski.

In Black Diamond and Nomadik Motion’s new film, Connections, it follows skiers Tobin Seagel and Mary McIntyre as they venture into the Monashee Mountains.