Want to avoid pow-day and hot-lap bonks? Try mountain biking. This off-season activity promises to improve your aerobic fitness and balance—plus hone your focus for choosing lines, tree skiing, and facing fear.
Scott House, communications director and guide for White Pine Touring and Jans Mountain Outfitters in Park City, Utah, gave us countless tips on a recent trip to tackle some of Park City's 400-plus miles of single track. Here are the most important things you should know about mountain biking.
Why Skiers Should Try Mountain Biking
Why You'll Pick It Up Faster Than Non-Skiers
How to Climb Hills
How to Descend (It’s different on a bike, we swear.)