Meet The Cutest Rescuers On Ski Patrol: Our Favorite Avy Dogs Of 2016-17

Meet The Cutest Rescuers On Ski Patrol: Our Favorite Avy Dogs Of 2016-17

Add a large portion of snow, an equal amount of mountains and a dash of our favorite avalanche rescue dogs, and we found the perfect ingredients for a smile! Everyone loves these four legged and furry friends that keep us… Read More →

Crunching The Numbers: Families Save Big With The Mountain Collective

Crunching The Numbers: Families Save Big With The Mountain Collective

The 2017-18 Mountain Collective Pass touts “16 Dream Destinations. Two Days at Each.” At $399 (with $1 child’s pass*), this multi-resort ski lift pass sounds grand, but unless you spend the winter driving in an RV across the country, the… Read More →

4 Things Every Beginner Skier Should Master Before Moving On To Harder Terrain

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4 Things Every Beginner Skier Should Master Before Moving On To Harder Terrain

  As the ski season winds down, many of us are looking to “up our game” in terms of the terrain we can ski or ride. Spring is the perfect time for a beginner skier to take that next step… Read More →

Good News – The Ski Season Has Been EXTENDED At These Ski Resorts

Good News – The Ski Season Has Been EXTENDED At These Ski Resorts

This season, regions in the West saw record-breaking snowfall and, as a result, several ski resorts have already decided to push back their closing dates. With the Easter falling on April 16 this year, it would not be surprising if… Read More →

PHOTOS: Stella Dumps Up To 40″ – Northeast’s Biggest Storm Of The Season

PHOTOS: Stella Dumps Up To 40″ – Northeast’s Biggest Storm Of The Season

In case you missed it, Winter Storm Stella blasted the East Coast on Tuesday, dropping some of the largest snowfall accumulations of the year to the Northeastern United States. Up to 40”+ was seen at some resorts, with some lingering… Read More →

4 Skills Every Beginner Skier Should Master Before Moving On To Steeper Terrain

4 Skills Every Beginner Skier Should Master Before Moving On To Steeper Terrain

As the ski season winds down, many of us are looking to “up our game” in terms of the terrain we can ski or ride. Spring is the perfect time for a beginner skier to take that next step toward… Read More →

The Sierra Sees Record-Breaking Snowpacks This Season!

The Sierra Sees Record-Breaking Snowpacks This Season!

The snowfall records in the Sierra this season have been falling faster than the snow! To date, the ever-so-light snow that’s been falling by the foot has piled up to amounts that exceed resorts’ season totals, and it’s only mid-March… Read More →

Winter Storm Stella to Bring Northeast’s Biggest Snowfall Of The Season

Winter Storm Stella to Bring Northeast’s Biggest Snowfall Of The Season

Winter storm alerts have been issued from Northern Virginia to Maine as the East Coast prepares for a major Nor’easter.  Winter storm Stella is expected to bring blizzard like conditions and some of the largest snowfall accumulations of the year… Read More →

4 Reasons Why Spring Is Actually The Best Time To Learn To Ski or Snowboard

4 Reasons Why Spring Is Actually The Best Time To Learn To Ski or Snowboard

Want to learn to ski or snowboard? Or maybe know somebody who does? What most people forget is that the ski season doesn’t quite end when winter ends. Here’s why Spring is the PERFECT time to learn to ski or snowboard…. Read More →

How To Dress For Success & Dominate Spring Skiing Fashion

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How To Dress For Success & Dominate Spring Skiing Fashion

It starts as a trickle: You’re riding the lift and you suddenly spot a yeti hucking a cliff. Then you glimpse a wood fairy, complete with wings, gracefully navigating a tree run. It’s spring, people. The season when people bust… Read More →