Instructor Ann Schorling explains how to shred like a pro after a big snowfall
We only have room for two pairs in our print issue, but there are many more skis worthy of your attention
A transceiver, shovel, and probe have long been considered nonnegotiable. Airbags should be, too.
A group of biologists are trying to protect a threatened herd in the iconic Wyoming range, but their plan includes closing recreational areas that many aren‘t happy about losing
The access gate atop the Ninety-Nine 90 chairlift offered some of the easiest access to sidecountry terrain, which the resort argued was a big part of the problem
Leaders of the nonprofit Indigenous Women Outdoors describe how learning about the traditional territories where they ski and snowboard enhances their time outside and connects them with their ancestors
A hard carrying case is being issued to solve potential issues with DSP beacons switching modes accidentally
We’ve been testing skis for decades. These are our all-time favorites for groomers, backcountry bowls, and everything in between.
For a small weight penalty, the new system offers tech-pin efficiency and pro-level descending. Outside spent the past 11 months testing it.
Volatile weather has created dangerous conditions for backcountry skiers and set up the West for a bad water year. With climate change exacerbating the situation, it’s time to start assuming the worst for our winters and making plans to adapt.
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Get out there—it'll be worth it
In 2017, big-mountain professional skier Tobin Seagal set off a large avalanche in the mountains of Pemberton, British Columbia
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'Vision Quest' features skier Dylan Siggers on a backcountry trip in the powder haven of Golden, British Columbia
Red Mountain Alpine Lodge is elevating the backcountry experience in the U.S.
Education is the best investment you can make while learning to backcountry ski
Go fast and light up the mountain and enjoy the comfort of the Gea’s on your way down. Each boot weighs just over two-pounds and the front tongue is designed to open up wide for easy entry. Plus the integrated ski/walk mechanism makes it easy to go from climbing to…
The Recon BT is a user-friendly avalanche beacon with all the features you need for a quick, efficient search. Its three antenna design reduces signal spikes, which drastically improves accuracy during a search when compared to more traditional two antenna beacons, and the 60-meter circular range allows you to pick…
The Alpha is a minimalist backcountry pack, stripping the exterior down to just two straps that you can alter depending on how you want to carry your skis. The shell is made from weatherproof ripstop nylon, and a large front pocket holds your skins, shovel, and other tools. A side…
The Dawn Patrol checks all the backcountry boxes: stowaway straps that carry skis diagonally or as an A-frame, attachment points for ice axes and a helmet, and a dedicated pocket that keeps your avalanche tools organized. Each of the packs in the series (15 liters, 25 liters, and 32 liters)…
The 24-liter size of this bag is only big enough for day missions, but it has A-frame ski-carry or vertical snowboard-carry options, a fleece-lined goggle pocket, a front-pocket organizer, and a main compartment big enough for extra layers and lunch. It’s a paired-down, budget-friendly choice for short trips into the…
Have you ever thought, ‘Mom, how could you say that?’ well, this film is littered with those moments.
Skiing apparel company Norrona sent three of its ambassadors to ski in the Lyngen Alps of Norway.
‘All In’ from Matchstick Productions will feature 8 skiers - 4 women and 4 men- charging lines throughout dozens of locations.
Companies making gear from aluminum and steel—everything from camp stoves to bike frames—will be hit hardest by the new tariffs, economists say