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Schweitzer hosts Successful Ski-a-thon

24 Hours of Schweitzer raises over $63,000 for Cystinosis Research

Sandpoint, ID – Schweitzer Mountain didn’t sleep the night of Friday, January 30th. The Selkirk stars laid witness to an order of skiers and snowboarders, braving the bitter-cold, raging winds, weakening knees, and breathless lungs as they trusted in the strength of their hamstrings and their hearts to carry them on a 24-hour odyssey for a cure.

Ski-Savvy Dining


Adjusting your diet to higher altitude will help keep energy levels up and can also help fend off altitude sickness.

Like The wind


All the skis we tested are light enough for even big ascents, but if you want to win a randonnée race, or outpace that partner with the Goodyear-blimp lungs, you've got to geek out and get weight-conscious.

Backcountry Adventure Guide


Thirty-three ways to get way, way out there.

Fit To Ski?


Find out with this exclusive SKI Magazine and U.S. Ski Team test. Learn from the best U.S. Ski Team veterans and '98 Olympians Chad Fleischer and Katie Monahan as they take you through our ski-fitness test.

Super-G Champion Cavagnoud Has Bad Crash


Super-G champion Regine Cavagnoud of France was seriously injured Monday when she crashed at full speed into a coach on a glacier where World Cup skiers were training.

Paralyzed, Swiss' Beltrametti Heads Home


Swiss skier Silvano Beltrametti is paralyzed from the chest down after a crash during a World Cup downhill and will be transferred to a special facility in his home country.

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