Recipes for the Skintrack and Après: Après Bolognese

There’s a way for your transition bites to be more creative and Earth-friendly: Bring them from home. This week, cook up a warm meal that’s ready and waiting when you get home. Beyond Skid cookbook author Lily Krass shares her latest treat.

Recipes For The Skintrack and Après: Double Chocolate Espresso Brownies

This week’s recipe: a skintrack snack essential, the brownies that saved recipe author, Lily Krass, from bonking on hour 10 of a traverse of the Tetons. Try them for yourself!

An Ode to Rock Skis

My favorite skis right now, the first pair I’ll reach for this season and those that I’ll keep going back to for much of the winter, didn’t win an Editors’ Choice Award. You won’t find them in a Gear Guide or at your local shop. Even if you did, I doubt you’d consider spending the money. Because they’re 10 years old; an original pair of rocket-red Voilé Chargers. They’re my rock skis.

Recipes for the Skintrack and Après: Pesto and Avocado Sandwich

There’s a way for your transition bites to be more creative and Earth-friendly: Bring them from home. This week, trade in your single-serving, individually wrapped backcountry snacks for a homemade savory skintrack sandwich! Beyond Skid cookbook author Lily Krass shares her latest skintrack treat.

Early Season Snow: what it means for a mid-season snowpack

At this time of the winter, many forecast centers around the west are making note of a persistent problem and/or deep persistent slab avalanche problem in the forecast—a problem that, for some regions, has existed for multiple weeks or even months now.

Recipes for the Skintrack and Après: Maple Cherry Sea Salt Energy Balls

Backcountry fuel often comes in single-serving, individually wrapped packages, but there’s a way for your transition bites to be more creative and Earth-friendly: Bring them from home. Beyond Skid cookbook author Lily Krass brings us another skintrack treat.

Jeremy Jones on His New Book, The Art of Shralpinism

Jeremy Jones has years of experience that might help the average backcountry traveler. He’s compiled it in a new book, his first, called The Art of Shralpinism. The title, a portmanteau of shredding and alpinism, reveals his philosophy: that the mountaineering is a vehicle for skiing the best lines in the best conditions.

Mountain Skills: Take the time to be prepared for early season turns

It’s late fall and many mountains throughout the U.S. have seen some decent early season snow. As a result, stoke is high and people are itching to ski. Guide Steve Banks shares his thoughts on how to capitalize on the early bounty.

Recipes for the Skintrack and Après

Backcountry fuel often comes in single-serving, individually wrapped packages, but there’s a way for your transition bites to be more creative and Earth-friendly: Bring them from home. Here Lily Krass shares the first of many skintrack snacks.

Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Fest Returns for its 18th Year

After two years of remote or limited hybrid screenings due to Covid, the Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival returns this year in full force.

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