A recent study on UVB rays has confirmed the notion that the higher you are, the quicker you fry. But just how fast we fleshy humans burn might surprise you. The research, which was conducted in Vail on a clear spring day, showed that a person of average complexion who's not wearing sunscreen¿at 11,000 feet at noon¿can burn in just six minutes. Less time than it takes to cook linguini. "It's vital that skiers recognize the increase in UV exposure at higher altitudes and take extra precautions to prevent sunburn and skin cancer," says Darrell Rigel, M.D., the study's lead author. Wear protective clothing, avoid the midday sun, and slather on the sunblock, he says.
The small ski area 45 minutes from Denver plans to switch from private to public and the season passes are oh-so cheap. By Leslie Hittmeier
Dick Bass, who co-founded Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort and was the first to climb the Seven Summits, died at age 85.
Face it, winter is still months away. But mountain biking season is in its prime, so follow your gravity-fueled folly hop a chairlift at Trestle Bike Park in Winter Park, CO.
We follow some pretty rad people on Instagram. Here are some photos from our feed that got us psyched this week, including stuff from Lynsey Dyer, Lee Cohen, and Kim Havell! By ...
We follow some pretty rad people on Instagram. Here are some photos from our feed that got us psyched.
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Colter Hinchliffe, Riley Soderquist, and Jordan White skied the exciting new line, Peg Leg, off Colorado's Capitol Peak on Thursday, June 4.