Winter Sports

Share This Don't let the cold and snow chase you indoors this winter. These sports are sure to keep you warm, energized, and enjoying the outdoors all season long.

How to Make the Most of Your Winter

How to Make the Most of Your Winter

Here's how to snowshoe, ski and sled with warmth and confidence this winter.

Ski Like a Pro

Ski Like a Pro

Hit the slopes on alpine skis and enjoy dramatic mountain views and invigorating fresh air. Whether you're a black diamond dynamo or a cautious cruiser, ski your best this winter with these simple tips.

Backcountry Bliss

Backcountry Bliss

Escape the crowds, get a workout and explore pristine slopes when you ski the backcountry. Follow this guide for gearing up and staying safe while you're out there.

Her Sport: Nordic Skiing

Her Sport: Nordic Skiing

Put your cardiovascular system through the same paces as running without the continual pounding that can reduce a body's joints and soft tissue to a mass of inflammation.

Try This: Snow Play

Try This: Snow Play

If you can walk, you can snowshoe. And it's worth it to learn—snowshoeing is one of the best ways to cross-train for running.

Introduction to Mountaineering

Introduction to Mountaineering

Find solace in snow-covered landscapes and go places most people only venture to in the safety of summer. Here are eight things you can do to learn start expanding your winter adventures.

Tips for Camping in the Cold

Tips for Camping in the Cold

Don't let the cold weather scare you indoors. Here are some tips for staying warm and comfortable as the winter camping season approaches.

Step Into Winter's Vertical Freezer: A Beginner's Guide to Ice Climbing

Step Into Winter's Vertical Freezer: A Beginner's Guide to Ice Climbing

Ice can be nice. Not the cubes chilling a spicy Bloody Mary or the treacherous layer coating a city sidewalk. This ice comes in forms like cauliflower, pillars, chandeliers, mushrooms and bulges of vertical blue.

Learn How to Snowboard Correctly

Learn How to Snowboard Correctly

Follow these snow tips before heading out for your first time on the slopes.

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