November 19, 2014
Seven camps to make you a better skier.
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June 10, 2014
A series of edits from Meathead Films and Ben Leoni features the Northeast’s pow, ice, and backcountry lines.
February 3, 2012
Each season, ski patrollers clock millions of hours on the hill. So we asked these mountain savants—hundreds nationwide—to share their insights on everything from meat-rub recipes to banking good karma. Here are 100 of their secrets.
July 15, 2011
Summer is road trip time. Load the car, crank the music, and head out on one of our favorite trips through ski country.
June 21, 2011
The end of ski season doesn’t need to be the end of your adrenaline rush. We followed the melting snow downstream and uncovered the best spots for white water rafting in North America.
June 15, 2011
At these resorts the lifts run through the summer to access some of the best high-altitude disc-golf courses in the country.
June 14, 2011
Some folks in southern Vermont have a “tragic” nickname for Magic Mountain because they think the 135-acre ski area—which has suffered closures and sketchy management in the past—deserves better. But last summer, loyalists came together to buy the mountain and run it as a cooperative, similar to Mad River Glen. Their intent: to keep the legitimate steeps and trees open and spruce up the ski area’s infrastructure and snowmaking. Now the only thing tragic about this mountain, located in Londonderry, would be passing by it on a powder day.
June 9, 2011
A new base village and a growing emphasis on steep, powder-stuffed glades have made Sugarbush one of Vermont’s top resorts. The ski area offers 111 trails, served by 16 lifts, spread across three peaks, each with its own distinct flavor. For manicured steeps and fat bumps, hit Lincoln Peak. For no-bullshit, rowdy terrain, schralp Castlerock. For underutilized glades and meandering cruisers, there’s always Mount Ellen. Here’s how to make the most of all three.