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June 8, 2011
Summer is all about excess— more sunburns, more bug bites, and more allergies. Before you hunker down with the Xbox, employ these nutrition strategies to prevent summer problems, so you can stay outdoors and enjoy the sunshine.
June 7, 2011
At the top of your list of summer activities should be hiking a fourteener (a peak topping 14,000 feet in elevation). While these hikes are challenging, most can be completed in a day. Here’s how to train for, plan, and conquer your first fourteener.
February 11, 2011
Ready for AT adventure? study up on the gear options. Virtually any ski will do, so the place to start is with bindings, which determine what kind of boot you need. Many manufacturers sell at/randonée bindings, but a few heavyweights control much of the market share.
November 15, 2010
Women’s skiing is on the rise. With stars like Ingrid Backstrom, Grete Eliassen, and Rachael Burks, inspiration is plentiful. This winter, from Switzerland to British Columbia, women’s specific ski camps are expanding and the opportunity for female skiers to ski faster, jump bigger, and stomp harder are available everywhere. The following are some of our favorites. –Molly Baker
September 21, 2010
With summer’s balmy temperatures finally subsiding, yet a few months before the slopes have enough base to strap on the skis, there’s still plenty of time to kick around outside in the low-lying sunlight of autumn. And if you’re a skier who stays fit running or cycling, or both, consider racing cyclocross, both for fitness and fun. By Neal Rogers.
May 25, 2010
Looking for a career change? Why not get a job that comes with a powder clause. We spoke to the people who hold some of the most desirable jobs in skiing—filmmakers, product designers, marketing managers—about how to get their job. Plus, what companies are actually hiring. By Anna Baldwin