4 Steps To Overcoming Your End Of Ski Season Blues

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on April 24, 2014 Most people greet the coming of spring with enthusiasm and joy. “OMG. Summer’s coming!” Shouts the floppy-hat girl in flip-flops. Soon masses of misguided warm-weather lovers will begin prancing around… Read More →

The Evolution of Skier Slang — A Highly Academic Discussion on the Anthropological Implications of Chairlift Linguistics

From its inception, skiing has been a sport that appeals to counter-culturists and, like any tribal demographic, it exhibits its exclusivity through the invention of a distinct colloquial jargon. Which is to say, skiing has always had its own lingo…. Read More →

5 Life Advice Tips for Ski Bums

So, you’ve decided to forgo the 9-5 hamster wheel in favor of bell-to-bell shredding. Good on you! But, there are a few aspects of real life you should not avoid. By all means, spend your nights on the couches of… Read More →

Park City Mountain Resort

Park City Mountain Resort Guide

The focal point of Park City’s vibrant ski community, Park City Mountain Resort hosts some of skiing’s greatest innovators and professionals. From its prestigious ski racing team, which has produced the likes of Ted Ligety, to its stacked park team,… Read More →

Discrete Headwear: Company Profile and Q&A

Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Discrete Headwear is an outdoor gear & apparel company that is aimed at the core of all things skiing & snowboarding. We got the chance to talk to CEO & pro athlete, Julian Carr, about the inspiration,… Read More →

Southern Utah

Ski-Mountaineering in Southern Utah: A Desert Oddity

Ever since I laid my hands on Chris Davenport’s Fifty Classic Ski Descents in North America, I have been dying go ski-mountaineering in the La Sals. Spring had arrived in the Wasatch, so my dad and I decided it was the perfect… Read More →

ski rentals

Ski Rental Tips: Setting Up For A Good Day On The Slopes

One of the saddest things to see on the ski hill is a would-be-skier on a bad rental set-up. Skiing is a gear intensive sport and having the right equipment can make or break a successful ski vacation. To bring… Read More →

Julian Carr: Athlete Profile and Q&A

When and where did you learn to ski?  Who did you learn with? I grew up skateboarding. In 5th grade, I attempted snowboarding.  On the first run of the day, I twisted my knee up pretty good. Long story short, my… Read More →

Craft Beers & Craft Skis: An Inspired Pairing of the Year’s Best Skis & Beers

It’s that special time of the year when ski magazines begin filling the mailboxes of those who have gone too long without snow. Hope returns to our hearts. These happy literary companions fill their pages with helpful provisos on the… Read More →

Best Ski Films of 2013

This season’s ski films are out and there are some real game changers. From the technical wizardry of Into the Mind, to the emotionally powerful, McConkey, this year’s line-up was both diverse and challenging. Valhalla by Sweetgrass Productions Sweetgrass took… Read More →