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July 26, 2010
Think the best way to get into ski shape is a few squats in the fall? You're going to have to try a little harder than that. Writer Brigid Mander headed to Jackson Hole's Mountain Athlete gym to get beat into shape with ski racer Max Hammer.
May 4, 2010
Jackson Hole is home to a lot of ripping skiers. And turns out, a lot of ripping female skiers. Here are photos and bios of 10 of the best women skiers on the planet—from Lynsey Dyer to Jess McMillan to Resi Stiegler—who all happen to live in Jackson, Wyoming. Photos by Heather Erson.
March 24, 2010
This past weekend, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, hosted the Ski Mountaineering National Championships, where 82 randonee racers clad in tight suits and super lightweight skis climbed and descended 7,850 feet in less than three hours. Check out this video to see how it all goes down (including their climb up Corbet's Couloir!).
March 9, 2010
From pond-skimming to free concerts to corn skiing, you don't want to miss the springtime festivals at ski resorts happening now. Here are five favorite festivals, picked by Ski.com, and discounted travel deals to all of the mentioned resorts.
February 27, 2010
Of course, you go to a ski resort for the good snow and terrain. But you've got to eat while you're there, right? We've done our research—eating at ski areas all over the country—and have selected the 10 best on-mountain restaurants in ski country. To call these places cafeterias simply doesn't do them justice.
January 21, 2010
Finally, winter is descending on Jackson Hole. It snowed 8 inches on Tuesday, another 3 the day after, a skiff on Thursday morning, and now the forecast calls for a foot by the weekend. In short, it's utterly, totally ON. And it's empty. According to a local patroller who asked not to be named, many Jackson locals were so impatient with the slow start that they've "given up." The mountain's marketing team is killing themselves to sell tickets and they're basically giving them away. Read on for more.
January 14, 2010
The 11 people, resorts, and companies making the biggest ecological difference in winter sports.