Ski News

Harbor Springs, MI - Boyne Highlands Resort in Harbor Springs is offering the chance for ladies to ski with former U.S. Ski Team member and highly regarded coach and instructor, Lisa Densmore, with a clinic happening Jan. 30-31. During the Your Turn Women’s Ski Clinic, the weekend begins on Friday evening with a boot fitting analysis, […]
Wengen, Switzerland - It was thigh-burning, legs-shaking race at the Audi FIS Ski World Cup in Wengen on Sunday, complete with crashes, screaming fans and course holds. Hannes Reichelt from Austria took first. Competing on home turf, Beat Feuz and Carlo Janka of Switzerland rounded out the podium. “It was really a close race so I […]
Beaupré (QC), Canada - An avid skier and former ski instructor at Mont-Sainte-Anne has sued the Quebec resort over a 2010 incident involving a wet snow gun. Raynald Samson, of Beaupré, was skiing Mont-Sainte-Anne’s expert La Crête run on Jan. 10, 2012 when he passed a snowmaking gun operating on the slope. When his skis suddenly […]
Wengen, Switzerland - Following Friday’s combined the World Cup men were back on the Wengen slalom hill again on Saturday, but this time for a traditional slalom. Felix Neureuther of Germany claimed his second win of the season. “Congrats to Felix,” offered U.S. men’s head coach Sasha Rearick. “He woke up with some eye issue and […]
Kreischberg, Austria - Canada’s Justine Dufour-Lapointe was crowned the new moguls world champion on Sunday after beating out Norwich, Vt.’s Hannah Kearney in the super final. Dufour-Lapointe scored an 87.25 to finish ahead of her American rival with 85.66. The gold medal is the first one in Dufour-Lapointe’s career at the FIS World Championships after winning […]
The second episode of Wednesdays with Wallisch dropped today, featuring Tom Wallischs early-season travels from training in Park City, Utah, to competing at the Dew Tour in Breckenridge, Colo., to a trip back to Utah for the holidays and a little shred session with some friends.
Canoe-Skiing in Vermont A group of skiers access backcountry terrain via canoe. Gallery We hopped into our trusty 16-foot red canoes and set off to explore a handful of backcountry ski lines alongside one of our favorite Vermont rivers. With plenty of snow pack in the valleys and the main...
During the summers, Kalen Thorien works as a firefighter. In the winters, however, shes got a different kind of job: shes a sponsored skier. The 24-year-old originally from Boise, Idaho, now lives and skis out of Salt Lake City, Utah. Last winter, Thorien shifted her focus to more backcountry and...
Gus Kenworthy and Jossi Wells explore the world of indoor skiing with the Atomic ski crew at the Hemel Hempstead snow center in England. Just 24 miles northwest of London, it is the citys closest and largest indoor snow center. For Kenworthy, it was his first time skiing indoors. "It was definitely...
Its tough finding skis still manufactured on U.S. soil. But Ramp Sports, a new boutique ski company based in Park City, Utah, is handbuilding skis in the U.S. using a new patent-pending process that enables them to make ski molds quickly, locally and in environmentally-friendly ways. Ramp, which stands...