Finding inner peace—and better skiing—through powder turns in La Parva, Chile.
Our editor recently chased winter and one of the world's best skiers 14 hours south of the equator to La Parva, Chile. Five days skiing off-piste with big-mountain sage Ingrid Backstrom is awfully enlightening. Here's what she learned. (Click here to read her Day 1 dispatch)
It's a bad break for sure—and a disappointment for American race fans. But there's still plenty of time in her career to catch Stenmark.
It’s a testament to how durable Ingemar Stenmark’s record of 86 World Cup wins really is. Not only did the great Swede have to be best skier in the world during his time—which he certainly was. He had to remain remarkably healthy as well.
No one ever got hurt in the air, right? And with practice and planning, the landings will go just fine.
Remember when ski areas knocked down or roped off anything that got us a little light? Thankfully that mindset has changed. Not everyone is ready for the biggest booter in the park, but these days resorts are building features for all abilities, and we can all experience the feeling of flight.
Experience the legacy of the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Games at Park City’s inspiring Olympic complex, minutes from Deer Valley.
One of the things we love best about our Park City, Utah location is sharing its Olympic legacy. And there’s no better place to do that than at Utah Olympic Park, situated 20 minutes from Deer Valley at Kimball Junction. Begin your experience with a tour through the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center, home to the Alf Engen Ski Museum and the Eccles Salt Lake 2002 Winter Games Museum. These unique venues take guests through skiing’s elaborate history as well as through the excitement of being the home city during the Salt Lake Olympics.