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The Arrogance of Risk

Travel

The Me Generation embraces risk, but not responsibility. That's selfish-and dangerous.

Straight Shooter

Warren Miller

Skiing is about pushing yourself beyond your comfort zone—but sometimes once is enough.

Summer Skiing: Snowy Mountains

Features

Laid-back Australia has sucked us in, and now we're stuck. Ignoring the road signs, we've driven straight through a snowstorm to the entrance of Falls Creek resort.

The Good Old Days

Warren Miller

As the quad chair cleared the loading ramp and accelerated to 2,800 feet per minute, the fellow sitting next to me said, "Look at all those oddballs on those funny short skis and snowboards down there.

Roemer's Weekly Weather Report: Feb. 17, 2003

Features

Ski conditions are improving coast to coast as big snows hit parts of the west and east. In the next seven days, more snow is likely for parts of Oregon, Washington, Tahoe, Utah and Colorado.

Red River, N.M.

Travel

Taos and its legendary steeps may be just a couple of ridgelines away, but low-key Red River gives novices and families what they want.

Killington Receives a Foot of New Snow

Features

New snow plus the most extensive snowmaking system in North America will allow one of the only resorts open in the East to provide upwards of 60 trails for the weekend.

No Mountain? No Problem

From the Top

When it comes to skiing, if there's a will, there's a way.

Indian Winter, Part 1

Travel

Check out skiingmag.com's coverage of an all-women first descent of a peak in the Indian Himalaya.

Gizmos to Go

Mountain Life

Four automotive gadgets guaranteed to make road trips safer, faster and even more enjoyable.

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