Southern Californians love Mammoth—and it’s easy to see why.
Not only will there be great late-season skiing and snowboarding, but these mountains are going all out this spring with music, food, festivals, and competitions.
Skiing in Italy’s Dolomites is just as much about the food and wine as it is about the slopes and snow.
These old-school mountains will take you back to the simpler days of skiing.
Meet husky guide dogs in the wilderness and join them on a thrilling ride. Drift off with a view of stars and Northern Lights beneath the dome of a glass igloo. Spend days cozied up in a sauna above the Arctic Circle. It’s hard to go wrong on a tour of this wintery, wonderful Nordic country.
These historic outposts feature Swiss chalets, Austrian cuisine, and dramatic pistes.
The renaming of Squaw Valley Ski Resort is one of many efforts nationally to address a history of colonialism and oppression against Native Americans and other people of color.
“Especially nowadays, it’s a once-every-so-many-years experience, so when you get the chance, do it.”
The 2020-2021 U.S. ski season will include mandatory face coverings, physical distancing on chairlifts, and no more walk-up windows.
Sure, you know St. Moritz. But have you ever considered Bulgaria’s Pamporovo, Baqueira-Beret in Spain, or any of these other lesser-known European ski resorts?
The off-grid San Juan Hut System connects the towns of Telluride, Ridgway, and Ouray and is the perfect way to truly get away from it all.
There’s still plenty of time to get your turns in before summer.