Exceptionally high levels of snow have closed roads and ski resorts, triggered avalanches, and cut off villages across southern Germany and much of Austria.
Big Sky, Montana, is looking to become one of a handful of cities to tackle its water shortage problem through snowmaking with sewage-treated water.
A look at the materials needed to design and construct a ski suitable for Olympic competition.
Many ski resorts operate in America's public forests. How they cut their runs can affect how beautifully the forest recovers, should the lodge ever go out of business.
One Colorado mountain town battles the dirty side effect of unpaved roads—for better or worse.
Athletes often claim that their breakthroughs come when a game starts unfolding at a slower pace. Can psychology explain the phenomenon they're describing?
Noah Davis talks to Forrest Shinners about Kit Lender, a service that provides ski apparel on an as-needed basis.