A former Olympian takes on a downhill run that “could kill you”
Talk about commitment.
Is this wearable device practical or the latest in stalker technology?
Don’t try this at home.
In the shadow of Sacré-Coeur Basilica, a group of enterprising skiers take to the steps of Paris’ famous hill, Montmartre
Sean Pawling, a musician based in Los Angeles, is clearly not afraid of making music on the slopes.
No injuries were reported, though some skiers were left dangling in the air as they waited for rescue.
The days of retiring to the cozy lodge and enjoying a hot cup of java after a chilly day on the slopes could be long gone — at least if Starbucks has its way. Skiers at one California resort don’t even have to descend the …
Can undergarments create an unfair advantage? Some skiing officials say yes.
January is generally a slow month at ski resorts. The peak holiday crowds are gone, and the peak spring break crowds haven’t yet arrived. Also: It’s COLD.
Can you put a price on pristine powder? If Aspen’s untouched preseason runs are priceless to you, then $25,000 is a paltry sum for a divine ski excursion.
Going down the mountain is supposed to be the more dangerous part, isn’t it?