Last winter Todd Ligare spent most of his time sled skiing in the backcountry near Valdez, Alaska for Teton Gravity Research. This racer-turned-freeskier-turned-freeride-force is notorious for ripping big fast lines wherever he goes. His equipment choices are surprisingly friendly, perfect for getting awesome on just about any hill. We caught up with him at the top of the tram at Snowbird, Utah, to see what he runs wherever he goes.
It's not the first place a typical businessman would put a cat-skiing operation, but Ski Arpa's founder, Anton Sponar, isn't a typical guy.
New Hampshire’s backcountry dishes out a mixed bag of conditions on Ben Leoni’s tours.
Forget being a liftie or waiting tables, to really make it in the ski world you have to be a little more creative than that. Here are some of the coolest jobs in the industry, ...
Travelling the world in pursuit of obscure adventures, Chris Solomon strives to tell the story of the unknown and extraordinary.
Don’t think you can head to the backcountry without knowing how to effectively and efficiently use your avy beacon.
When storms dump on the Green Mountains, Ben Leoni seeks the goods.
Ski all over the world and sell ski gear. Sounds fun. But Erik Anderson has worked hard since high school to get there. See if you have what it takes.
Venture into New Hampshire's backcountry in search of chutes.
The mountain doesn’t care whether or not your guide is in shape, but this Jackson Hole gym does.
Professional photographer Scott Markewitz gets paid to travel around the world and capture images of amazing athletes for his job. Not a bad gig.