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Jackson Hole is known for its steep terrain, including a vertical drop of 4,139 feet, making it the perfect location for the start of the tour

Beta’s ‘Outliers: Sage Kotsenberg,’ which premiered at the Beta Film Festival last month, follows Kotsenberg and his fellow pro-snowboarding friends as they take to the biking trails around Park City

The new film tells the story of the man behind Burton, who helped create the culture and community of snowboarding

How do we decide which snowboards earn coveted slots in our Winter Buyer’s Guide? Take a virtual tram lap with a few of our Utah testers.

A transceiver, shovel, and probe have long been considered nonnegotiable. Airbags should be, too.

Noteworthy rigs for everything from pow to hardpack

There were so many good boards this year that it was hard to pick just a few for print. Here are the others our testers loved.

For decades, many ski and snowboard films have excluded women and disabled and BIPOC athletes. ‘Mountain Revelations’ and ‘The Approach’ aim to bring new energy to the genre.

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

The chairlift’s single greatest quality is the sense of community it creates on the mountain

How to stay fueled and warm on the slopes without looking like a total nerd

It’s 2021. Let’s retire the cringeworthy label already.

Know the risks, the terrain, and the gear you need before your maiden voyage into the backcountry

Season Equipment is trying to break the cycle of new gear every year

Speed demons, air addicts, and powder hounds, meet your matches

Decks for the park, powder, and everything in between

'The Brotherhood Escort' profiles splitboarder and Navy SEAL Josh Jespersen as he reckons with the death of his fallen comrades

In Switzerland, you can board a train and ride it from the powder haven of Zermatt to an alpine resort

Tree-topped designs that look as good as they ride

The snowboard pioneer passed away after a battle with cancer. He was 65.

For snowboarder Megan Pischke, being a breast-cancer survivor and a professional athlete are both part of her identity

'Cast and Carve'​​​​​​​ chronicles a group of friends as they ride snowboards and cast for golden trout in the High Sierra

Versatility reigns as decks with inventive shapes push performance to the edge

Salomon took its women’s all-mountain board, the Pillow Talk, and sliced it in half to get this splitboard. This past winter, when we rounded up the best splitboarding gear of 2019, the Pillow Talk was our favorite women’s splitboard in spite of the name. “The flex is on the…

Need to carry a bike, board, or just some firewood? Here's how.

We just wrapped up reviewing a batch of the best upcoming models at Crested Butte Mountain Resort in Colorado. Here's how it went down.

Nadia Burton couldn't always find ski gear that fit her body or her style. So she made her own.

This segment of 'The Swiss Knife' features Fredi Kalbermatten splitboarding the backcountry around his home zone in Switzerland

Stop lying to yourself: you won't remember that you put your wallet, coffee, and phone on the roof of your car before you drive away.

It’s time we made America’s prime backcountry skiing and snowboarding terrain safer and more accessible. First step: bombing slopes in the way-out-of-bounds.

According to a recent story in Bloomberg, celebrities and gallons of champagne are all in a day's work at Aspen. But for the rest of us, it’s not so glamorous.

‘Frozen Mind’ features big-mountain snowboarder Victor de Le Rue​​​​​​​ riding the epic terrain of Chamonix

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

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

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

Racking up all the best ways to carry and store your winter cargo

Make your way down, across, and, yes, even up the mountain with these premium planks

Five decks that bring surf style to the slopes

Because boot-packing takes too long

No one likes pulling a U-turn after an improperly tied down surfboard flies away

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

These organizations want to help you tick that big once-in-a-lifetime trip off your list

Many of us owe our passion for the outdoors to our fathers.

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

A women-specific grant dedicated to helping ambitious splitboarders go deeper, further, and higher

Born in the valley of Londonderry, Vermont, snowboarding took root when Jake Burton and friends began shaping these boards in an old barn.

Snowboarder Mikey Franco spent his formative years guiding and teaching clients in the sports. After a season-ending injury, he needed to find a new outlet and came across experimenting with shaping boards.

Size matters. For speed, go big. Wanna goof around? Stubby is best.

Jeremy Jones has pursued mountains for his whole life; in fact, he's shaped a career out of it. In this dedication, he's fallen in love with the act of gliding.

Seven boards that put fun first.

A Whole Different Enchilada is a short film from Evo that follows professional athletes Adam Craig and Josh Dirksen.

When filmmaker Cameron Sylvester began his demo reel, he knew it needed to stand out. So he told the story of adventure, through his own eyes.

The California ski area is building a whole set of features inside their famous hike-to bowl, creating the country’s first off-piste playground

Presenting our favorites from the annual test in Crested Butte, Colorado

The best new boards for all kinds of riders

Our nation's lifts are at the breaking point. We spent months researching past accidents and aging infrastructure—and found that it's time to act in order to avoid catastrophic failure.

Best-in-class picks to match your style. (Amplid) Amplid LoveLife Best For: Aggressive Riders  Amplid got the memo that not all women crave soft flex and graphics that look like Disney-princess wallpaper. Despite the unfortunate name, expert testers endorsed the LoveLife for its tip-to-tail stiffness, created by a low-density poplar core and a…

You don’t need no stinkin’ chairlifts

As part of Teton Gravity Research's Behind the Line series, this video highlights Sammy Luebke.

A special line of hand-crafted boards to celebrate the iconic resort’s birthday

From water to powder to gravel, these four new toys give you extra float—and will have you grinning from ear to ear.  ​(Tahoe SUP) Tahoe SUP Keep Tahoe Blue Rubicon Paddleboard The crew at Tahoe SUP shaved pounds off the 12-foot Keep Tahoe Blue Rubicon paddleboard by constructing the core…

These four rose to the top at our Crested Butte, Colorado test

6 boards to keep you carving hardpack or powder, from dawn to dusk

Venture Snowboards announced Thursday that it will not release boards for the 2015/16 season

How to build a high-quality quiver on a budget

Even though New Year’s Eve is behind us, you can still use skiing as an excuse to crack open a cold one, either at the local bar or in the parking lot

Passes have never been cheaper. But will the deep discounts destroy your local hill?

The backcountry legend weighs in on his favorite gear (we bet you can guess it) and why California is a splitboarder's paradise.

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