For anyone who hasn’t dropped into Jackson Hole’s Corbet’s Couloir, here’s a tip: The first turn is key. After the initial free-fall, you need to take an immediate hard right to avoid a rock face—then it’s a few high-speed GS turns as the chute widens into the spill-out. The run was named after local instructor and guide Barry Corbet, who looked down the chute in 1960 and famously said, “Someday somebody will ski that.” Fifty years later, the run just might be America’s most celebrated test of knees and nerves. To add to the pressure, a tram jammed with vocal critics passes within viewing range every 10 minutes. If that concerns you, you’re not ready.
Brian Mohr was tired of sketchy avalanche conditions, so he moved East where there’s a growing backcountry community.
As Park City, Utah redefines itself in a new age, we get a local perspective on how the town has changed for the better.
Whisk your sweetie to the slopes for a romantic couples’ getaway.
What happens when Deer Valley chic meets Solitude soul? Find out this season.
One skier’s ambitious plan to take his entire family, including his over-the-hill parents, on their very first hut trip.
Raising a family and building a ski area are tough jobs—especially at the same time. The Pitchers pulled it off at Colorado’s powder keg, Wolf Creek.
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Bode Miller, probably the best U.S. male racer ever to set a ski on edge, has announced that he won’t race this season. But he’s being canny about next year. Are you not ...
The winter show that blends sarcasm and stoke every other week, all season long.
Add a run on overlooked Lookout, and it’s a fearsome Front Five, not Four. The skiing doesn’t get any tougher anywhere in America.