Category | Skiing

Bighorn: Downton Abbey on the Snow in Revelstoke, BC

Posted on 15 January 2013

Everett Potter The Selkirk-Tangiers A-6 helicopter flew fast and low, nearly skimming the tops of a sea of spruce trees, making me feel like I had a front row seat… Continue reading »

Tags: , ,

Steamboat: Champagne Powder, Olympian Tracks

Posted on 13 March 2012

By William Triplett In the middle of a ski season that has left a lot of North American resorts starved for snow, how lucky is this: The day I show… Continue reading »

Tags: , , , ,

Embedded in a Bobsled

Posted on 06 March 2012

By Dalma Heyn On a chairlift at Park City a few weeks ago I sat between two young vacationing North Carolina businessmen about to take their first ski run of… Continue reading »

Tags: , ,

Touring Yellowstone on Cross Country Skis

Posted on 22 February 2012

By David McKay Wilson Yellowstone National Park has emerged as a world-class destination for cross-country skiers who yearn for high-altitude touring in and around the world’s first national park. On… Continue reading »

Tags: , ,

Discovering Mammoth: The Elusive Charms of California’s Highest Ski Resort

Posted on 15 February 2012

By Catherine Streeter Being an Easterner, I’d never heard of Mammoth when I moved to LA.  But for Los Angelenos—at least, the serious skiing kind—it’s ground zero. And you can’t… Continue reading »

Tags: ,

To Jackson Hole, In Search of Snow

Posted on 31 January 2012

  By David McKay Wilson On the third day, it snowed. It wasn’t an epic Jackson Hole storm, like the ones that dumped 557 inches at the Wyoming resort the… Continue reading »

Tags: ,

On the Bunny Slopes: Playboy’s Guide to Ultimate Skiing

Posted on 24 January 2012

  by Tom Passavant A hot day in New York City, summer 1978. My friend Jim Petersen walks into my office at Playboy magazine. “I hear the guys downstairs at… Continue reading »

Tags: ,

Crested Butte: Ski Steep & Deep

Posted on 17 January 2012

By David McKay Wilson Since my arrival in the Rockies in late March, I’d peered up at Crested Butte Mountain, that 12,161-foot peak with some of Colorado’s most challenging ski… Continue reading »

Tags: , ,

Bumps for Boomers: Out of the Intermediate Rut

Posted on 25 January 2011

By William Triplett Mention Aspen and most people can’t avoid thinking of multi-million dollar homes, designer boutiques, private jets and tailored slopes covered with arguably the best snow money can… Continue reading »

Tags: , , , ,

LA DOLCE VITA ON THE SLOPES: SKIING IN ITALY

Posted on 04 January 2011

By Everett Potter After two days in Cortina, Italy’s chicest ski resort, I had chalked up many firsts. I had enjoyed the craggy beauty and challenges of the snow-covered Dolomites,… Continue reading »

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Sponsors

Sponsors

Sponsors