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The 2021 Buyer's Guide

The 2021 Buyer's Guide

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Videos | October 14, 2020

Just Skiing feat. Teal and Kole Harle

Scoring powder snow at Revelstoke Mountain Resort is every skier’s dream

Stories | October 8, 2020

Live Like Sam this Saturday

Live Like Sam Day encourages everyone to be compassionate and kind to others.

Gear | October 8, 2020

[Giveaway] Win a backcountry gear prize package from POC and Backcountry Access

POC and Backcountry Access are teaming up for this week’s backcountry-focused giveaway With backcountry travel expected to boom this winter, get prepped with some brand new gear from POC and Backcountry Access. The winner of this week’s giveaway will receive a backcountry-focused Obex BC SPIN helmet with NFC Medical ID Chip and Recco reflector, Orb

Gear | September 29, 2020

First look: The FREESKIER Buyer’s Guide

Here’s a sneak peek at the annual FREESKIER Buyer’s Guide

Stories | September 28, 2020

[VIDEO] Made In Voyage

Adventure of the Honeyhouse Bus

Stories | September 25, 2020

Aspen announces opening plans for winter 2020-21

Photography by Matt Power Back in July, comments from Aspen Ski Co. officials touched off some heated debate when it was mentioned that blackout dates for local skiers were being considered. The resort has now formally announced operational plans which doesn’t impose blackout dates but instead relies on modified pass products to spread out the

Stories | September 25, 2020

Frankengun

The history of the snowgun and the birth of the snowmaking industry

Stories | September 22, 2020

How to sneak into Canada

A foolproof guide to scoring pow while the borders are closed

Stories | September 22, 2020

FREESKIER reviews "Huck Yeah!"

Exclusive commentary about the latest release from Matchstick Productions

Stories | September 21, 2020

The Wyman Hotel is the place to stay in Silverton

Silverton, Colorado, is a rugged locale, to say the least, a place seemingly immune to the large-scale renovations, resort development and influx of bougie, upper-class vacationers permeating mountain towns. But The Wyman Hotel, the town’s newest, hippest accommodation, is bringing a newfound energy to the otherwise unaffected mountain escape, a fresh take on mountain town