The Jaded Local: Vonn Is Out

On the bright side, without their female lead, the corporate marketing big shots are probably freaking out

published: January 8, 2014


Avalanche Education

Backcountry Essentials: Pick A Partner

...And plan your pick

published: January 7, 2014

Halfpipe skier Brita Sigourney edged one step closer to the Olympics with a first place finish in women's halfpipe at the Copper Mountain Grand Prix in December. PHOTO: Sarah Brunson/U.S. Freeskiing


The Next Stop for the Olympic Qualifiers

Halfpipe and Slopestyle qualifiers continue at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix in Breckenridge, January 8 to 11

published: January 7, 2014

A lifetime of Epic.


The Amazing, Great, Worldwide Epic Race

Vail Resorts hosted a contest to see who could ski all of its resorts across the globe first

published: January 6, 2014



Bringing Skiing to the Land of Samba

One Canadian coach has Brazil’s aerials team looking to Sochi

published: January 6, 2014


First Chair

Week In Review January 3: Heli Ski Op Found Guilty and Whistler Goes Underground

Tragic week for ski accidents, Euros put us to shame, and Kanye digs ski stretch pants

published: January 3, 2014

Lift lines. Skier days. Snowfall. How many things count on a day of skiing?

First Chair

The Odds Are Good: Doing the Math

Is skiing worth it? Do you really want to know the answer to that question?

published: January 2, 2014


Avalanche Education

The Power of the Weather Briefing

The early morning words that set the tone to a ski patroller's snow safety day

published: December 30, 2013



POWDER’s 2013 Year In Review

The year skiing progressed, regressed, got weird, cool, warmer, and better than ever

published: December 27, 2013

The mountains will always be unpredictable. Photo: Sean Zimmerman-Wall

Avalanche Education

Inbounds slide at Alta

Three partially buried, no injuries reported

published: December 24, 2013

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