Outside Magazine shares what you need to know before venturing out on your next tour. This article is by no means a replacement for taking an avalanche course but it's a great stepping stone for getting familiar with the dangers and the terms used to identify them.
So, you’re thinking about taking your kid(s) into the backcountry, huh? It might be a new level of planning and commitment, but here are some tips and tricks to help make family backcountry skiing outings a success.
We offer tips on how to choose the right length ski or snowboard.
The snow is flying, chairs are turning and winter is right around the corner. Are you prepared for opening day? Here's our advice for catching first chair in style.
Buying a new snowboard is like buying a new car, though without the horrendous mechanical bills. Just like a car each one is designed for a different purpose, a different driver, and a different aesthetic. Before you enter the realm of shopping for a new board, whether that be in the virtual or the real world, here’s a few tips to ensure you don’t walk away with a dud.