There's a chill in the air, snow is starting to hit some of our favorite places, the gear guides are dropping daily. It's that time of year. To get Curbed Ski readers stoked for the coming season and to carry the 9-to-5ers through those non-skiing weeks of the season, we put together a collection of 10 must-follow Instagram accounts for ski season.
Sometimes it seems like photographer Adam Clark lives in perpetual winter, but his skiing shots are certainly welcome year-round. We look forward to whatever adventures he has in store for winter in North America.
We want to be Caroline Gleich when we grow up. It seems like she's always either tackling gnarly lines or epic ascents.
Brody Leven just got done with an impressive tour of Iceland this summer, but we're thinking he's not going to just sit this winter out.
At this point we're wondering what Kalen Thorien isn't a pro at. If it involves the outdoors, she'll crush it. Also, her ride is sweet.
We're always up for a POV edit from Sage Cattabriga-Alosa. Never take that Actioncam off, man.
Does Sierra Quitiquit even need an introduction? It seems like she's everywhere. Hopefully, that includes all the biggest lines this winter.
Sure, Grayson Schaffer, editor and writer for Outside Magazine, can put together some pretty sentences, but you should also check out what he does behind the lens.
We never really know where Elise Sterck is going to pop up next (the handle @roundtheworldgirl doesn't disappoint), but that'll probably include plenty of backcountry schussing this winter.
Even if you'll never have the lungs to keep up with Emily Harrington's adventures in real life, you can still live vicariously through her photos.
Bonus account! [Airhorn] We weren't about to include one Collinson without the other. Siblings Angel and John get up to some crazy adventures and are both worth a follow.
That's it for this time, Curbed Ski readers. Anyone we miss? Let us know in the comments or hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org.