December 27, 2011
It’s a simple existence in Sun Valley, Idaho. Ski, party, repeat. But combine a demanding mountain with celebrity sightings and seemingly bottomless schooners of beer, and spending time at America’s most storied ski resort is anything but easy. Here’s a guide to doing it right.
August 3, 2011
Hut-to-hut touring is well known in the world of backcountry skiing. But more and more of these mountain refuges are opening their trail systems to mountain bikers in the summer months. So why not trade in your skins for wheels, and deep powder for single track?
July 18, 2011
A few words with Justin Brodin, founder of the Bozeman, Montana-based film company, Toy Soldier Productions and a trailer for his upcoming movie, "Set Your Sights."
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 9, 2011
Sun Valley oozes history. In 1936, it debuted the world’s first chairlift and became a full-fledged destination resort, drawing visitors like Marilyn Monroe, Ernest Hemingway, and Louis Armstrong. And in 1946, Warren Miller started making ski movies there. Today, Sun Valley’s the home of ski-film stars Zach and Reggie Crist and the premier heli-ski outfitter in Idaho. But the real reason it’s a resort for the ages: Sun Valley’s terrain—ranging from high-speed rippers to wide-open bowls—never gets old.
August 4, 2010
Watching a movie under the stars can be a magical experience—especially if you're surrounded by incredible scenery. We've rounded up four places to catch a flick in the mountains this summer. By Colette Maddock
January 18, 2010
A daunting stretch of whitewater bisects a 3,700-square-mile wilderness of never-before-skied peaks. You’ll need two rafts, five handles of liquor, and a gun for bears. It’s not the Yukon, Siberia, or Tibet. It’s Idaho. And it takes serious planning to pull off. This is what happens when you let a kid with a pet badger handle the details. By Frederick Reimers.