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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

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