Why do many foreigners associate Aspen with asthma, emphysema, and lung cancer? According to a January 1999 Aspen Times Weekly story, Aspen brand cigarettes are the smoke of choice in many third-world countries. Which is doubly ironic considering that Aspen, Colorado has some strict antismoking laws on its books. Still, we see a marketing opportunity for the Aspen Skiing Company: They could, in all seriousness, claim that Baghdad is addicted to Aspen.
It's what you don't know about legal marijuana that will get you into trouble on the slopes.
This Navy Seal Special Ops Lieutenant is a badass. And his biceps? Bigger than your torso. But Pete Scobell went 17 years between turns and is trying to make it on the Freeride ...
Hunter Mortensen’s tips for ripping the alpine and lower gladed terrain on Breckenridge's Peak 6.
Two Coloradans earned turns this summer by biking to, hiking, climbing, and skiing Longs Peak.
Doris Spencer and Kent Willoughby divulge how to keep alpine adventures alive.
As Crested Butte’s ski patrol director, Bill Dowell gets first chair, makes sure people have an amazing ski day, and deals with all types of ski injuries.
Friends and family of a Colorado avalanche victim plan to create a fund for avy safety.
And the boys are all hot and bothered.
The gear used by 2013’s Elk Mountains Grand Traverse winner, Marshal Thomson.
Chris Davenport is no stranger to steep, exposed lines in remote areas. After all, he’s one of the best big-mountain skiers in the world, with first descents on multiple ...