Four zones have been ranked as extreme on the five-point scale
The corporations buying up resorts are making the slopes crowded. But they're also throwing the sport a lifeline.
Rob Katz, CEO of Vail Resorts, on why smart, ethical immigration policies are required to keep ski towns healthy throughout the United States. Politicians, listen up.
2018 was one of the driest seasons on record. How many resorts can survive another like it?
Got a job you can do from anywhere? These eight international adventure towns and cities welcome you.
From diving dogs to pro climbers and kayakers, here’s how to make the most of a trip to Vail's upcoming GoPro Mountain Games
In Colorado, small units could be the solution to a chronic mountain-town problem: lack of affordable housing for the people who work there
With La Niña back and the East Coast on a five-year blizzard streak, we devised the ultimate ski calendar to help you and your family take advantage. From a boot-deep New England Thanksgiving through spring-break corn snow in the Southwest, the outlook is decidedly epic.
Last year, 20-year-old climber Daniel Woods finished a disappointing second at the Teva Mountain Games' IFSC Bouldering World Cup. But after a four-month climbing tour in Europe and then solving the first V16 bouldering problem on U.S. soil, the Boulder, Colorado–based prodigy is the favorite at this June's World Cup, in Vail, which no American male has ever wo
UP-AND-COMER The Sundance set will rejoice over the fact that The Canyons, a once unknown Park City resort, now hosts a Waldorf Astoria, complete with a slick new Spruce Restaurant from celeb chef Mark Sullivan. Avoid the glitz by hitting the steep, open glades off the Ninety-Nine…
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