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January 7, 2011
The city of Denver is taking it back to the concrete streets. Over the past few years, the Ruby Hill Rail Yard has shattered the mold for urban skiing and set the bar for other cities around the country. Did we mention it’s free, and it opens this weekend?
January 5, 2011
Average guy shows his friends what he can do on skis in downtown New York City, becomes internet sensation. He told us about how to avoid manholes, where the idea came from, and his ski of choice for urban skiing.
December 8, 2010
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How to stay ahead of storms, know who is getting dumped on, and never make a turn on firm snow.
How to Ski | secrets | Skiing Culture
June 16, 2010
Momentum will hold it’s first girls-only freeride and mogul sessions in an effort to show girls that they can play just as hard, if not harder, than the boys.
June 7, 2010
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Colorado's Arapahoe Basin closed Sunday, June 6, as the last resort open in the state. The Beach, the Basin's notorious parking lot apres-ski spot, was full and there was plenty of end of season pond skimming to be had. Here are the photos.
April 28, 2010
Pro skier Jeremy Benson recently returned from his first ski trip to Europe. Here are five lessons he learned in the steep-skiing mecca of Chamonix, France—from how to ski steeps to why you sometimes need to wear a harness while skiing.
March 12, 2010
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A new website offers tips on dealing with one of the most congested ski highways in the country.
February 9, 2010
So you want to learn to slide a rail or stomp a big air? You can't just show up in the terrain park and cut to the front of the line. There are rules. We asked Austin Christenson, the manager of the terrain park at New Mexico's Taos Ski Valley, to lay down some guidelines for novices venturing into the park. —Olivia Dwyer
January 27, 2010
On steep slopes, the risks are higher—if you fall, it’s harder to stop. But so are the rewards. Pitches tilted past 40 degrees can be thrilling if you overcome your fears and tackle the terrain confidently. Learn how to self arrest and more. —Hillary Procknow
January 21, 2010
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There's an unspoken rule in ski country. Most ski techs will work for beer.
How to Ski | Skis | Skiing Culture