While on a backcountry trip through Telluride, CO, Sweden’s Jacob Wester gives us a first-hand look at a 100-foot backflip off a mining trestle that was built in the 1920s. The crew was staying at the Alta Lakes Observatory nearby.
The Story of The Legendary 10th Mountain Division
In 1938, Finnish troops annihilated two Russian Tank divisions—on skis. After this monument in strategic maneuvering, The U.S. Army (…)
WATCH: Snowboarder & His Dog Explore Abandoned Colorado Ski Resort
Out of all of the abandoned ski resorts in Colorado, Geneva Basin is among the most interesting. First opened back in 1963, Indianhead, (…)
National Parks Across The Country Are Facing The Threat Of Being "Loved To Death"
National Parks across the country are facing the threat of being loved to death as visitor numbers continue to increase year by year. (…)
Letter to the editor: A Response to Bode Miller's "enforcement of consequences"
Dear Editor, This week, I saw your post, Internet Sounds Off On Bode Miller Over “Enforcing Consequences”. As a father of 3 small (…)
Bored Ski Shop Employees Create Slope Out of Cardboard Boxes
When the snow is flying and folks are gearing up to head to the mountains, working at ski shop can be pretty busy existence but come (…)
Mikaela Shiffrin Featured On "Person To Person" with Norah O'Donnell
It was nothing short of a whirlwind winter for Mikaela Shiffrin. Record after record fell to her feet during her dazzling season on the (…)
Kid Hand Feeding Elk In Rocky Mountain National Park Gets Finger Bitten
It goes without saying that hand feeding wildlife in our national parks is not only dumb but illegal and punishable under the penalty of (…)