October 14, 2009
While technically inbounds, Estelle Bowl feels as close to backcountry as you can get at a ski resort. Ride the Summit Six chair, then take the ridgeline traverse to the north past two other bowls to reach Estelle, which offers sheltered north-facing trees, wide-open powder shots, and 45-degree spines.
September 16, 2009
It’s the secret of southern California: Less than 50 miles from downtown Los Angeles sits legitimate, steep, big-mountain skiing. It should be busy. Only Mount Waterman got on the wrong side of the Forest Service, took the life of one of its owners, changed hands, and locked out the public. Can a former surf bum rescue it?
September 16, 2009
Best meat-infused cocktail, shortest lift lines, cheapest digs, and more. The rest of the awards from our 2010 Resort Awards.
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December 19, 2008
The economy is in the dumps, but that shouldn’t stop you from praying for the next big dump. You may be unemployed and eating cardboard for all we know. But at least resorts across America have woken up to the reality and dug deep to keep us skiing. Here are the best deals we could find.
November 14, 2008
As a Skiing Magazine contributor for over 40 years, Phil DuBois has had his share of adventures in the dives of Tahoe.
November 13, 2008
Skiing Magazine chatted with Leve about this shot, which made it into the magazine's December 2008 "Best Shots of the Year" photo gallery.