Ever get a raging case of altitude sickness? Even a minor dose can ruin a ski vacation with headaches, nausea and generally feeling lousy all over. It’s no fun. Severe cases, of course, can be life threatening. Figure you need to be in better shape to keep altitude sickness out of your ski life? That might not be the case. The latest research being done at the U of Colorado might point to a genetic link to the mountain malady. If that holds up, can an altitude sickness test be far behind? Here’s more on the research from our friends at the Adventure Journal.
Weather guy Mark Breen is loving this winter as much as the rest of us. And he sees more of the same in the longterm forecast. Sorry about that, Western resorts.
Colorado's Copper Mountain Resort is poised to win the hearts of a new generation of skiers by giving them what they really want: a kick-ass mountain.
Pro skier and two-time Olympic medalist Andrew Weibrecht skied with campers at Double H Ranch’s Adaptive Winter Sports Program.
The Obermeyer founder, and ski history (and yodeling) legend, talks ski pants, Gary Cooper, and the secret to life.
Is it surprising that the East produces so many great bump skiers? Not at all. Kearney looks forward to a new chapter, and offers a couple tips on how to rip in moguls.
Where to ski, find ghost bears, and relish funky mountain culture along Colorado’s U.S. Highway 550.
The F.I.S. Alpine World Ski Championships are coming to Beaver Creek, Colorado, for the first time since 1999. Time to break out the cowbells. America, at long last, is a ...
Join us at Smugglers' Notch Resort for our SKI Magazine Reader Appreciation Week, February 1-8, 2015.
What it’s like to be a visually impaired Paralympic ski racer.
For when you don’t want to haul or buy ski gear on your next trip.