Backcountry Skiing Is Hurting Canada’s Endangered Caribou
Your trip out into nature could be putting these animals at risk.
Skiing Down Demons in Stairs Gulch
Caroline Gleich, a former skiing model, has worked hard to gain credibility as a pro ski mountaineer. Her biggest challenge, however, was a return to a deadly avalanche chute in Utah.
Skiing Kyrgyzstan's Vast, Snowy Frontier
Next to China, this former Soviet republic is about as wild, untouched a ski destination as you’ll find.
More than 100 skiers died in the Alps this winter. Was it just a bad year or is this the new norm?
The Alps are some of the most spectacular—and accessible-—high-altitude terrain on earth. But between climate change and a growing number of backcountry users, the avalanche-fatality forecast does not look good.