Skiing America’s National Parks

ROAM

It’s hard to beat skiing untouched pow in some of the most pristine wilderness in the country. These skiers explored our parks and public lands like never before, climbing and skiing some 30,000 vertical feet in untouched backcountry.

Check out our next Roam Report: Lilliana Libecki

 


Recommended

“The Journey Begins” is Emily Hart’s first article of her new column. Emily is a full time math teacher who spends her summers traveling to U.S. National Parks. […]

Read More…

2019 ROAM Awards winning photo by Steve Shannon. “This image reminds me of many things – my aging friend Kevin Marr, leading a group safely through avalanche terrain. […]

Read More…

Months of work going into planning big expeditions – here’s an inside-look at how one of the first sail-to-ski trips along the British Columbia coast. […]

Read More…


Reports - 60 second nuggets of adventure goodness


Originals - 5-10 minute short films and episodic series


Moments - little captures from around the world

X