Stories

Matt Berkowitz. PHOTO: GREG KEELER

Opinion

The Case for the 12-Foot Pipe

How halfpipe skiing can become relevant again

published: June 21, 2012

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News

Shut Down on Everest

Hilaree O’Neill attempts to ski the highest mountain in the world during one of its worst seasons.

published: June 21, 2012

Steve Romeo's garage sale. PHOTO: SAM PETRI

Backcountry

Rando Steve’s Garage Sale

Gear sale raises money for Steve Romeo Memorial Fund

published: June 20, 2012

Matt Walker. PHOTO: COURTESY MATT WALKER

People

What is Matt Walker DoING?

This summer, we asked athletes what they’re up to, and what’s been catching their eyes, ears, stomachs, and hearts. First up: Matt Walker

published: June 19, 2012

Sarah Burke and a camper. Photo; COURTESY MOMENTUM CAMPS

News

Momentum Camps Announce ‘Spirit of Sarah’ Scholarship Winner

Sixteen-year-old Emma Stevens wins inaugural award.

published: June 19, 2012

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People

Adam Clark Behind-The-Scenes Photo Gallery: Part Two

Shots of Alaska and Whistler from the 2011-12 winter

published: June 18, 2012

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Latest News

Valle Nevado to Open June 23

All services and restaurants open to the public. Hotels open on June 29.

published: June 18, 2012

Surface Green Life. Photo: Courtesy Surface Skis

First Chair

Surface Skis Lives the Green Life

Using leftover materials, Surface builds skis to spread the NRDC’s message of environmental protection.

published: June 18, 2012

Closing day at Mammoth. PHOTO: THE JADED LOCAL

Opinion

Jaded Local: Might As Well Face It

2012: A Jaded Year In Review

published: June 14, 2012

Josh Dueck not looking particularly risk averse. Ohoto: Alain Sleager

Opinion

Returning to Risk: The How and Why

When Josh Dueck landed the first-ever sit ski back flip it raised some questions for another skier with a spinal injury.

published: June 12, 2012

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