Member Login

Logging In
Invalid username or password.
Incorrect Login. Please try again.

not a member? sign-up now!

Signing up could earn you gear and it helps to keep offensive content off of our site.


salt lake city

Travel Question: Flying the Friendly Skies


Can I still check my skis, boots, poles and other luggage without getting hit with an excess-baggage fee? It seems airlines are always changing their policies.

Friends Rally Around Marc Andre Belliveau

Online Exclusive

Friends and Neighbors Party in Support of Marc Andre Belliveau.

Editors on the Move: Mark Lesh

Online Exclusive

Skiing Magazine's Assistant Art Director checks in from the 4th Annual Black Diamond Wasatch PowderKeg in Utah.



The world expects great things from Bode Miller. So does he. But the enigmatic World Cup champion has his own definition of greatness, and it's not always what the world has in mind.

Canyon Critters


Alta employees - bartenders, prep cooks, and prophets - are always ready for the next powder day.

More Flights, Less Hassle


Forget puddle jumpers and rental cars: This winter-with new routes, better schedules, and bigger jets-it's easier than ever to fly straight to choice destination resorts.

Gold Medal Ski Shops 2005: ROCKIES


A list of the 2005 Gold Medal Ski Shops in the Rockies.

Details: Wasatch Powderbird heliskiing

Here's what you need to know about skiing with Wasatch Powderbird Guides.

Published: December, 2004

Go Deep: Powder Purest

There's a reason Utah's snow is envied all around the world, and if you're lucky, the Wasatch Powderbird Guides will show you the light.

Published: December 2004

Leave it to me to book a ski trip right at the end of the weirdest three weeks of early March weather that anyone in Utah can recall. It's been intensely warm for days, with temperatures climbing well past 70 in Salt Lake City. The Wasatch Mountain snowpack has been rendered an unsafe mush, and when it's not, high winds and poor visibility make it unsafe to fly. The Wasatch Powerbirds have been doing very little flying lately.

RSS Feed