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Nov

6

2014

Early Winter 2014

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Does this double issue make us look ginormous? Left: Whistler, BC | Blake Jorgenson. Right: Clay Ellis.

Editorial Director Marc Peruzzi introduces the Early Winter 2014 issue of Mountain magazine here.

features

Gear Up, Get Down

Swami’s annual ski buyer’s guide. The gear you need to access immaculate resort corduroy, face-melting backcountry powder, and every other rendition of gravity fueled bliss this winter. New skis, boots, polesbackpacks, bindings, and more—all tested at high velocity in Utah, Colorado, and Montana. Resort | Backcountry

The Snow Rush

The ultimate powder skier’s guide: insider knowledge on 34 of North America’s best ski resorts. Get ready for flawless snow, challenging terrain, and bona fide mountain towns. Plus: Build a co-op, if you can. The ski industry moves uphill to outpace climate change. And a manifesto on the dwindling habitat of the hairless ape.

The Spike in Our Veins

No longer just the affliction of rock stars and inner cities, heroin addiction is a growing epidemic in mountain towns. Gordy Megroz reports on the dangerous narcotic, and how it unraveled a young snowboarder’s life.

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Skier: Rob Hudson | Location: Loveland, CO | Photo: Dave Cox

departments + columns

mtn voice

A letter from editor Marc Peruzzi. Just because.

mtn gallery

Mountain vistas take over the centerfold. The season’s best photos from our top contributors.

mtn report

An interview with Emily Coombs, one of the original steep skiers. Calling all ski resorts to Washington—and action on climate change. Plus, the mutant athletes behind Strafe Outerwear, and the truth about craft whiskey (plus a bonus online tasting guide).

mtn lodges

Stay longer at a California ski chalet or a Vermont lodge for Nordorks, cabins in the Canadian Rockies, or a family-style Colorado lodge.

mtn habitat

Coworking spaces fuel entrepreneurs with desks for hire in the high country.

mtn advocate

The outdoor industry antes up and protects wild places through the Conservation Alliance.

Subscribe for $4/issue

Subscribe now to get the print edition for just $4 an issue with the promo code BestDeal. Or find the magazine on iTunes or at Whole FoodsBarnes & NobleGander MountainEastern Mountain Sports, and local natural foods and outdoors stores. 

 

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