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We’ve got your next car-based ski vacation dialed, complete with worthy detours and the best powder stashes

Why reaching outdoor nirvana means journeying far from the beaten path

In New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont, local stewards have banded together to persuade private landowners to allow access to backcountry skiing, mountain biking, and other kinds of outdoor recreation

Are your skis the best tool for the season you want, or the season you have? An impassioned argument for thin-waisted planks.

Resort executives are warning customers that skiing will be different this season. I'm here to tell you that "different" means better.

Outdoor Gear Exchange, the widely loved independent retailer in Vermont, has hired a full-time diversity professional to manage the company's inclusion practices

The region is known for its craft brews. Here are eight places we recommend visiting for the best of the best.

In the Northeast, you'll find many of the nation's oldest and most interesting gear shops—and some of its younger and most innovative

Want to see some wildlife in New England? Moose are your best bet. Here's where to find them—and get some great outdoor adventuring while you're at it.

No matter your skill level or the type of adventure you're seeking, New England's two dominant mountain ranges offer plenty of opportunities to explore. Here's your guide to getting the most out of them.

Laura King is out to inspire her eight-week-old daughter, Hazel, to go after her goals

As a newcomer to Vermont, Joshua Morse found himself welcomed by the hunting community. But there was one thing he wasn't sure he could share.

Vasu Sojitra didn't let an amputation stop him from skiing or climbing. Now he's turning his attention to advocacy.

Caledonia Spirits would normally be making booze, but it found a better way to help in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Other distilleries around the country are switching things up, too.

In 'The Art of the Mini Adventure,' mother-daughter combo Els and Pippa venture out for a microadventure near their home in Vermont

Ensure your winter gloves last as long as possible with a little TLC

From retail giants like REI to the mom and pop stores in your hometowns, what happens when these businesses shut down?

Bad behavior might be jeopardizing access to Kingdom Trails, one of the premier networks on the East Coast. Here's what we can learn from it.

A ski weekend doesn't have to involve spending hundreds of dollars a night on a fancy slopeside resort. These hostels offer cozy accommodations close to some of North America's best skiing.

From extreme tree skiing at Mad River Glen to the nostalgic charm of Smugglers' Notch, the East Coast offers deep powder and epic backcountry terrain if you know where to find it

'Another Way' follows skier Ian Compton's return to Vermont to set up a small homestead

There's an easy and quick getaway for fall leaf peeping, no matter where you are in the region

Our guide for which mega ski pass is the best one for you

She's the first person to finish the Leadville Race Series and the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning in a single season

The endless tree-lined gravel roads of Vermont provide the perfect setting to log a few miles

Whether you’re in the mood for beer and barbecue, a dance party, or a shot of adrenaline, these events are a guaranteed blast

Recommendations from athletes and chefs on boosting flavor and nutrition in this all-American snack

The Venture Out Project is doing more than just teaching outdoor skills. It's creating a community.

The former Powder editor shares his tricks of the trade

Yellow snow is a no-go. But that's not all you need to know.

Alixandra Klein's upcycled waterproof bangles can go everywhere you do

Photographer Mike Rogge teamed up with Jeff Thomas to shoot a fall foliage film in Vermont’s lush and colorful mountains

In the Road Less Traveled series rider Ansel Dickey competes at the annual Rasputisa​​​​​​​ gravel cycling race.

Plus: one private island bungalow worth the splurge

Thanks to massive powder conditions, Wolf Creek will be the first ski area to open this season. Here's what you need to know, plus the resorts we think could be turning chairlifts next.

Newly created state offices are promoting outdoor recreation as a major contributor to local economies and the public good, but they need a lot more support to be successful

Dress up your backcountry wardrobe

‘Confluence’ gathering works toward debut of national platform to strengthen and align state-level efforts

The Green Mountain State announced a $10,000 grant to cover moving expenses for new remote-working residents. Time to pack your bags.

It was a great adventure base camp even before the state agreed to cough up $10K for anyone willing to move there

Decades of political infighting have stymied construction of the North Country Trail, which, if finished, would run for 4,600 miles. Now it looks like Congress may finally be ready to get its act together.

A job applicant, Alison Miley, alleges that Craig DeLuca offered her work for sex, and that the company knew about this behavior but allowed it to continue

Find out how your state stacks up

It's not about training regimens or dietary dogma—it's about community

A new chapter for the beloved merino apparel brand

CEO Corinne Prevot, 27, turned a high school pet project into a full-blown business

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

Vermont was doing craft everything way before the rest of us, which makes Burlington—and the surrounding area—a gourmand's paradise

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

Why one would want to ski the Ice Coast, from a diehard defender

At the University of Vermont, an unusual initiative wants to help students discover the benefits of well-rounded healthy living. Is it working?

Corporate acquisitions and a challenging retail climate could alter the price and personality of the industry’s biggest wool-apparel brands

It will sell through remaining inventory and asks fans to support some of its favorite causes

From making movies to giving conservation grants, learn how this specialty outdoor retailer has evolved into so much more than a gear shop

As mountain towns in the West struggle with the soaring cost of real estate, tiny Stowe, Vermont, remains an affordable bastion of outdoor living. It’s a place where ski bums aren’t an endangered species, good food and beer are plentiful, and everyone puts a premium on playing outside. Welcome home.

There's a new breed of low-cost lodging that's custom-made for getting into the wild

The writer and activist's nighttime essentials

Pack the cooler. From surfing in Rhode Island to fishing the newly reborn Elwha River in the Northwest, these are the season’s quintessential weekend escapes.

At the University of Vermont, mathematicians in the Computational Story Lab are reading your tweets and learning a lot about our collective well-being

John and Jen Kimmich, creators of Heady Topper Double IPA, break down all that goes into starting a successful microbrewery

Get far into the wilderness in as little time as possible

Onion River, in Montpelier, Vermont, capitalized on a bad winter by selling fat bikes

In one town's debate over how to honor its snowboarding roots, we can all learn something about what makes an artistic homage feel just right

The Jack Jumping World Championships—where competitors attach a single ski to a stool, then hang on as they hurtle down the slope—has been going strong for almost four decades. Mixing a bit of history with adrenaline and flipping a bird at the Big Ski establishment in the process, the event showcases ski culture at its very finest.

In Episode 1 of The Innovation Project, we feature Mike Donohue, co-owner of Outdoor Gear Exchange in Burlington, Vermont

The places you'll never be able to afford and the ones so welcoming, you can move in tomorrow

On April 29, Dan Hacker busted out his skis for one last run in the green mountains of Vermont.

Your guide to North America's best skiing. Inbounds and out.

Our favorite ski hills in New York and New England

There was no better bike for this 116-mile gravel race though the back roads of Vermont

No matter how you like to ski or how long you can take off work, we've got the perfect trip in our guide to the best alpine escapes of the season

Fulfill that childhood fantasy and book one of these high-end treehouses, from Costa Rica to Italy to San Francisco

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