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Mountain Culture

Why One Skier Went East for Better Skiing

Brian Mohr was tired of sketchy avalanche conditions, so he moved East where there’s a growing backcountry community.

­In the ski world, you often hear stories of East Coasters fleeing west to find the Promised Land. They leave behind their humble, icy pasts for extreme, powder-filled futures, and never look back. But what you don’t typically hear are the stories about people who do look back—people who went west only to find that their Promised Land, it turns out, is still in the east. Brian Mohr, a photographer and backcountry skier now living in Moretown, Vermont is one of those people.

Powder Shots and Family Ties

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.
 Skiers hike up aptly named Knife Ridge from the summit of the Alberta quad to cash in on big vert and big powder. (Photo: Courtesy Wolf Creek Ski Area/Scott DW Smith)

Rossignol Experience More Contest

Enter now to win free gear from Rossignol, lift tickets and lodging at Stowe, and more.

An American Gladiator

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 entertained?
Bode Miller demonstrates his sole competition mode (Attack!) during a downhill training session in Portillo, Chile, in 2012.

The Snow Report with Halley O'Brien

The winter show that blends sarcasm and stoke every other week, all season long.
The Snow Report With Halley O'Brien

Looking Back at East Coast Ski History

Meet Joe Lahout: The man behind one of the country's oldest ski shops.
Joe Lahout poses in his shop with an old pair of leather ski boots. (Photo: Christopher Baldwin)

How has running a ski shop changed since you took over?

Rites of the Caquelon

Fondue is as Swiss as the Alps themselves, and for a man with true passion, nothing less than full immersion would do.

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Slovenian Rhapsody

Seventeen hours of air travel. One crummy rental car. Three generations of headstrong females. And not nearly enough skiing. During a pilgrimage to the mother country, a lot of things go wrong, but the important things go just right.

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