I am standing near the peak of a craggy, white-capped mountain in Alaska. With me are three world-class adventure-sports athletes.
Alaska's first dude got a hug from wife Sarah, who greeted the top racers
Imagine skiing on untouched snow where chairlifts, queues and other skiers don't exist.
Oleg, Dmitri and Anton have come a long way from St. Petersburg, Russia.
From the glitterati in Switzerland to the adventure seekers in British Columbia, this month the Art of Life team went searching for the sparkle and shine the ski slopes had to offer.
You've heard of extreme skiing, but how about extreme ski resorts?
Once a skier's standard mode of transportation, the traditional incline lift faces competition in 2005, as alternative ski options emerge from beyond the backcountry.
The snowboarder who was injured while performing a stunt for the "Late Show with David Letterman" was released from the hospital Friday -- which Letterman called a "happy ending" to an otherwise harrowing ordeal.
The harsh chop of the helicopter blades cuts through the silence as the craft lifts away from a mountaintop in British Columbia, Canada.
Extreme sports are all about merging activities, the more simultaneously the better. Enter Matt Hanson, a 33-year-old skier, snowboarder, and mountain biker in Playa del Rey, Calif., who's doing hi...