Mountain Skills: The tools and tricks to stay motivated in the skintrack

Last year I skied 2.5-million human-powered vertical feet, and there were definitely times when I just didn’t feel like skinning. I often wanted to ski one less run or even lay down in the snow and cry. But I knew that, to reach my goal, I had to become a master of motivating myself to start earlier, go longer, go faster and stop later.


Photographer Profile: Guy Fattal finds inspiration at home and in the mountains

In the 2018 Photo Annual, we’ve asked seven photographers to dish on the inspiration behind a favorite photo of their choosing. These featured photographers capture the landscapes, community and … [Read More...]

Basecamp TV with Andrew McLean, Season 2: Turning Around

Andrew McLean is back for a second season of Basecamp TV, and this time he takes a dive into the softer skills of backcountry travel. Over five episodes, the Straight Chuter covers the nuances of … [Read More...]