From Japan to Alaska, Engerbretson rips neck-deep snow and beautiful lines—and watching it makes us want to go skiing with her.
But long before Trace Cooke hit international success, his home hill, B.C.’s Whitewater Ski Resort, was his personal proving ground. Here are his insider's tips on how to ski ...
Cracking the glass ceiling in ski country
Let’s just pretend last winter didn’t happen. But if drought is the new reality, we know exactly where to go.
At Whitefish’s Ridge Mountain Academy, gap-year students build big-mountain skills— for college, for life, and for the sheer fun of it.
A new breed of hostels is cropping up in ski towns. Forget snoring co-eds and dirty kitchens— These places offer clean, affordable communal lodging close to the slopes.
BD blew us away with the first episode of their new TV series, and we can't wait to see more.
Sure, traverses can be tricky and annoying. but they preserve powder and teach mountain sense too.
Rocky Mountain Freeriders coach, Garrett Capel, has been skiing at Lake Louise for 15 years. Here's his advice on how to ski it right.
Montana's remote Rocky Boy Reservation, home to the Chippewa Cree, might seem an unlikely place for skiing. But on the slopes of Bear Paw Ski Bowl, powder meets purpose.