This is my third winter covering the World Cup for the New York Times. From Bode Miller’s comeback to Vonn’s re-injury, here’s a recap of the season so far:
From Telluride, Colorado to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, here, your favorite Olympians give you the inside scoop on what to do and where to ski at their home resorts.
About a year ago, I visited the 12th century village of La Grave, France. It’s a charming, 500-person alpine hamlet stashed in the south east corner of France devoted entirely to skiing. There’s a bakery, two bars, a handful of hotels and a farmer’s market on Thursday mornings, and one ski lift accessing over 7,000 vertical feet of wild, ungroomed, unpatrolled terrain. I was sold. In January I moved to La Grave. Here’s why
KVNF Radio Interview on Outside Magazine profile of Tom Chapman
Outside and I shared some of my reporting materials with Jason Blevins from the Denver Post. He wrote a companion piece (link there tohttp://www.denverpost.com/business/ci_19471244 0 which landed on the front page of Monday, December 5th Denver Post.
Lou Dawson also posted about the article on wildsnow.com, which is stirring up quite a debate going on that site. Click here (link to: to see what people are saying about Tom Chapman and Backcountry Monopoly (link to : http://www.wildsnow.com/6330/chapman-thomas-tomas/
The story was also mentioned in Monday’s GJ Daily Sentinel.