MoonBikes is unleashing its quiet, eco-friendly, and easy-to-ride electric snowbikes in the U.S.
You probably don’t need new skis. Unless you really do. Here's how you'll know.
Our editor has tips for staying warm—but not too toasty
Katie Burrell has developed a brand around teaching winter-sports experts and strivers to chill out and share a laugh. Her upcoming film, ‘Weak Layers,’ revives the old party-hard ski comedy—with women at the center of the action.
Despite rising costs, surging crowds, and shorter winters, people still flock to the mountains. What keeps us coming back?
Outside’s ethics guru weighs in on taxation without representation
A robust and delicious way to end a day on the slopes
When the polar explorer was at his lowest moment, he learned his most valuable lesson: kindness matters
More than 300 athletes wrote a letter to skiing’s international governing body demanding steps be taken to preserver winter sports
The all-new Salomon QST Echo 106 is a lighter weight QST 106 designed for uphill slogs and downhill joy rides
For an episode of our new podcast, ‘The Daily Rally,’ the professional skier talks about learning to get out of his own way while on an expedition in Alaska
To get through the pain of losing her partner, the professional snowboarder embraces what frightens her most
We crunched the numbers for five popular resorts. Spoiler alert: a day on the slopes for a family runs alarmingly close to a month’s rent.
A 29-year-old Colorado man was sentenced to 40 hours of community service in connection with the death of 72-year-old Ron LeMaster
While California’s storms were devastating in many parts of the state, they blew epic snow and adventure opportunities into the park. Waterfall viewings are off the charts, there are fewer crowds, and conditions are primo for backcountry exploring.
Snowtrekker’s new release is the perfect portable, wood-burning dry or wet sauna. Fire it up to unwind after a long winter run or cozy up before bed.
The Colorado mountain town has always been famous for its steep skiing, epic powder, and hippies, oddballs, and celebs. But with changes like those of recent years, can a place stay weird?
Celebrating everything from desert biking and alt-rock to bouldering and oyster-eating, these are some of the best outdoor festivals across the country in 2023
Winter opens up endless adventure opportunities. And there’s no time to hibernate, because it’ll be gone before you know it. Here are 13 unique and fun trips, from backcountry lodges to fat biking to the world's longest ice skating path.
Escaping the craziness of the season to head into the wild can sound amazing—right up until that overnight snowstorm crushes your tent.
The shredders, climbers, policy-makers, barrier breakers, and scientists who forever changed the way we view the world
In a candid interview, Gu discusses her Olympic triumph, the criticism she faced for competing for China, and how she’s trying to maintain the normal life of a first-year college student
Witnessing the Aurora Borealis can feel like you’re glimpsing another world. For some people, that’s exactly what’s happening.
Last year Park City ski patrollers unionized. Now it’s the lifties’ and electricians’ turn.
From coveralls to boots, these items will have you shooting sharp all day (or night) long
New changes to the Palisades Tahoe trail map better reflect the difficulty of the terrain
Racing around a mountain resort sounds like the ultimate adventure job. But with housing and other costs soaring, getting paid in fun is no longer cutting it.
Last winter a ski-patrollers union in Park City, Utah, made headlines for its standoff against Vail Resorts over wages. The dust has since settled on negotiations, but the conversations they sparked about what ski-industry workers deserve may just be getting started.
Beginner skiers may come to learn the basics at Big Snow, America's first indoor ski slope. Experienced skiers may come for the novelty.
The lack of appropriate plus-size clothing and equipment is a completely unnecessary barrier to snow sports
Ranking resorts based on five climate-based criteria, the Savills Ski Resilience Index sheds light on climate change’s impact on this sport
Last year, Angel Collinson surprised everyone when she retired after a decade as a professional athlete. She’s still finding her way.
The new carving ski isn’t completely recyclable, but it’s a big step in the right direction
From binoculars to artisan robes, we put together the ultimate 62 gift ideas so you can spend less time browsing and more time getting outside with your loved ones this season
Spilled beer, freezing temperatures, and post-powder-skiing sweat were no match for these garments
From shredding powder to climbing ice, these top packs keep your gear secure and dry
Keep your hands warm all season long
We had 28 testers check out 30+ pairs of bottoms for winter backcountry adventures. These ones rose above.
We spent all winter testing 50+ outer layers in the backcountry. These ones came out on top.
These shelters will keep you warm and dry—no matter the weather
We found the most effective tools for getting great workouts in the comfort of your living room, basement or garage
We spent two months testing 25 tops and bottoms. These are the best.
We tested over 25 products to find the best pieces to help you brave the cold and dark more boldly this winter
We tested more than 70 items to find the most effective pieces to keep you warm and dry on the run this winter
We put in over 700 miles testing 70 pieces of running clothing. These are the best.
We took 20 shoes out on trails from our doorsteps to mountaintops. These 7 came out ahead.
We put 49 pairs through their paces. These 7 came out ahead.
It’s the little, forgettable things that make the difference between a good trip and a bad one
Keep those piggies wiggling, no matter the conditions
These snow-ready indulgences will revive you after a long day on the mountain
Seven testers took 45 pairs of sunglasses out into the world. These are the ones that came out on top.
Eight kiddos (and their parents) helped us suss out the best cold-weather apparel for little ones
From cranking on airplanes in New Mexico to working construction in freezing Alaskan conditions, this apparel held up to all our hardest tasks
We can’t guarantee you’ll ride just like Barrett Christy, but this snowboard might get you a little bit closer