Even when you get to call the world-class terrain around Jackson and the Teton Valley home, the draw of skiing the Andes is too much for some to resist. The Mackenzie family made the annual ski pilgrimage down south and scored some of the best runs of their lives, not to mention taking in the culture of such a vibrant part of the world.
A backcountry skier survived a massive fall in the Tahoe backcountry on Sunday, according to the Tahoe Daily Tribune. The man was skiing with friends the North side of Mount Tallac, just west of Heavenly Mountain Resort, when he reportedly fell 200-300 feet over rocks, sustaining major injuries. RELATED: High Winds Created Gondola Traffic Jam in Austria His friends called 911, and the victim was airlifted by a California Highway Patrol helicopter before being transported by CALSTAR to a
Remember a few seasons ago when Swiss freeskier Jeremie Heitz melted the internet with videos of him arcing GS turns down the biggest and baddest faces of the Alps? Like, faces that even the most skilled big mountain skiers would likely hop turn down? He even made a full film about it that went quietly under the radar called Well, Heitz and Daron Rahlves just managed to one-up even that with something so bold that even legendary freeskier and mountain guide Sam Anthamatten was jealous (he
Owen Leeper, one of Jackson Hole's most iconic athletes, just dropped his edit from the 2017/2018 season. In classic form, Owen visits spots in and around JHMR as well as over the pass at Grand Targhee. Whether you like big drops, tight couloirs, or chest-deep powder, this edit has something for you. RELATED: Chasing the Soul of Spring Skiing With Owen Leeper and Friends