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June 1, 2011
Telluride Mountainfilm demands excellence. The caliber required of cinematography, editing, and storytelling is high, making it difficult to select the best. Although it was tough to decide, we've rounded up our favorites (plus a few flicks that the judges loved, too).
April 25, 2011
This winter was one for the books. Snowfall records were obliterated, new winter sports were added to the Olympic lineup, and athlete after athlete conquered their goals. Here's a list of this season's history-making events.
March 30, 2011
Spring skiing means it's time to let loose. Here are the most fun closing day celebrations, pond skims, and on-snow festivities going on this weekend.
March 17, 2011
Four days of outdoor ski-fashion runway shows, in-store presentations, and parties wrapped up with the last day of Aspen Fashion Week. This annual event, in its third year, showcases designers’ winter collections for the coming year and celebrates the link between skiing and high fashion.
February 11, 2011
You call yourself a skier? Then you should be fluent in these nine films. Some of these are legitimately great. Others are so bad that they’re, well, kind of good. And all of them are worth a viewing—for the first time or the 10th. We turned some professional film critics loose on the list. Here’s what they found. By Eric Butterman
December 8, 2010
Lindsey Vonn and Maria Riesch were victorious at the women's World Cup in Lake Louise this weekend. Julia Mancuso finished strongly, too. "We've got the best downhill team in the world," she said at Saturday night's bib draw, before coming in third in the Super-G. We've got photos from the races.
December 6, 2010
After the downhill race was canceled, the US men struck out on the super G. Giant Slalom was a different story: Ted Ligety took first, and in a rare American first, Lindsey Vonn won the super G up north in Lake Louise.
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
October 6, 2010
Summer is when work really happens at ski areas. Now, resorts are starting to reveal the changes they've made since the lifts stopped turning, and some of them are major. Here are the most exciting on-mountain upgrades for the coming season.