First Tracks | Freeheelin’ Vermont, p. 6
The Telemark World Cup comes to Vermont; Mount Snow gets Canned; Nomad settles in Sugarbush and new prospects for Prospect Mountain.
What makes a ski bar a legend? The people who bring you those good times.
The met on the slopes of Israel’s Mt. Hermann, now they’ve built a stunning, and seriously fun, home in Stowe. Here’s a peek inside.
These four Vermont families have been sending Vermonters to the Olympics for at least two generations. And this year is no exception.
The DIY rope tow behind the house is a New England tradition that’s come full circle. Adventure journalists Brian Mohr and Emily Johnson show how.
Spring is a time for unicorn costumes, beer-infused tailgating and a few insane competitions to determine who really is the best in Vermont… at something.
To train for the Jack Jumping World Championships at Mount Snow, you’ll need a few friends, a steep pitch and good beer, Leath Tonino reports. Lots of beer.
Editor’s Letter | Mining Green Mountain Gold, p. 5
Why do so many of this year’s Olympians come from Vermont?
Bootfitter Doug Stewart’s solutions to your most common foot problems.
The Green Mountain Calendar | p. 57
Tiger Shaw, president of U.S. Ski and Snowboarding, on growing up in Stowe, Mikaela Shiffrin and America’s Olympic prospects.