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February 19, 2013
Heli skiing is the ultimate ski experience. Sure, there are “heli-quality” mornings at big-vert resorts when the canyon’s closed. But if you’ve got a real powder problem, the only true fix comes with a whiff of aviation fuel. Our advice: Alaska has the rad terrain; B.C. is more reliable. Pray for gray skies if you like tree skiing; sun if you like the mellow high-alpine, where pilots can fly only with good visibility. Put together a strong group: The guides will show you only what your weakest link can handle. Ignore the blowhards in the lodge; there’ll be plenty of cool people to hang with. And be ready to ski—150,000 vert in a week is easy with a Bell 212 waiting at the bottom of every untracked run. You can’t do that in a cat.
May 4, 2012
The resorts may be closed, but ski season isn't over. There's still plenty of spring corn on the Colorado peaks and a few pieces of gear left to test. So yesterday a few of the SKI and Skiing editors went on a mission to eek the last few turns out of this season. And wouldn't you know, our computers were still here when we got back.
February 13, 2012
These resorts are the snowiest in North America right now. Here’s who has the most snow as of Feb. 10.
January 13, 2012
Our photo editor sees hundreds and hundreds of stunning ski images flash daily across her screen. From that pile, she's tasked with selecting the best for use in the print magazine. Here are some of our favorites from 2011.