April 5, 2010
Columnist Tom Winter enters one of the scariest Chinese Downhills in the world, Le Derby de La Mieje in La Grave, France. Here's why you should consider adding some sort of competition to your ski routine.
March 26, 2010
Polar explorer Doug Stoup leaves today for seven weeks on skis in the great white north. Part of his itinerary includes guiding 15-year-old Parker Liautaud, the youngest person to attempt to ski to the North Pole.
March 19, 2010
In case you need a reason to visit Verbier, Switzerland, we've got 10 of them—ranging from the powder to the cheese to the Swiss chalets. Plus, it's the home of the Verbier XTreme competition, which is taking place this weekend.
March 19, 2010
The final stop on the Freeride World Tour takes place Saturday on Verbier, Switzerland's ominous Bec de Rosses. Judge Tom Winter tells us what the venue looks like in person and how the athletes are feeling before tomorrow's event.
March 12, 2010
The European X Games finished up today in Tignes, France, with the women's ski slopestyle and halfpipe and the men's ski slopestyle. North American athletes represented on the podium with Canadian and U.S. skiers winning all three of today's events. Here are photos from the day.
March 10, 2010
Europe's first-ever Winter X Games started today in Tignes, France. Skiing magazine is at the event to bring you the latest details. In today's men's superpipe finals, France's own Kevin Rolland takes the gold.
February 25, 2010
A group of pro skiers, filmers, and photographers have traveled to Gulmarg, India, to ski the highest lift-accessed terrain in the world and attempt to avoid the military with machine guns. Forrest Coots gives us an update from Gulmarg.
February 3, 2010
The last column in writer Tim Neville's six-part series on living as an American in Switzerland. In this column, he returns home for a trip to Bend, Oregon, and nearly doesn't leave.