6 Winter Carnivals You Don’t Want To Miss

If you love Paris in the springtime, then you’ll adore Quebec City in the wintertime, where, for 17 days, the party never stops. Quebec’s Winter Carnival is the largest in the world, attracting more than one million people. I was… Read More →

Favorite Ski Trails in New England

New England skiing has never been better. Snowmaking technology has almost eliminated the infamous northeastern patch of ice; high-speed quads take you to the peaks in record time; synthetic fibers like capilene, polypro, and polar fleece keep you as warm… Read More →

What’s New In The New England Après Ski Scene?

There’s very little “new” in New England and that’s just the way we like it. We’re proud of our history in this little corner of the country, including home to some of the oldest ski resorts in the nation. After… Read More →

Après-Ski Dining Favorites in New England and Quebec

After a day of hitting the slopes, I’m not content with one après-ski beer and a hot tub. No, my body craves a good meal. I’ve made it a habit to find the finest places in town to dine. They… Read More →

Wacky Winter Festivals & Carnivals

If you love Paris in the springtime, then you’ll adore Quebec City in the wintertime, where, for 17 days, the party never stops. Quebec’s Winter Carnival is the largest in the world, attracting more than one million people. I was… Read More →

Why I Ski the East

Stephen Jermanok Opinionated Yankee Ski Bum Boston, MA   Western Ski Snobs Those of You Who Can’t Stop Talking About Western Ski Resorts Anywhere, U.S.A. Dear Western Ski Snobs: Lo and behold it’s winter again, that special time of year… Read More →

Ski Resort Updates: What’s New in New England and Eastern Canada

This Winter, New England and Eastern Canada have witnessed several major ski resort updates worth talking about. Here’s the scoop. With an additional $43 million of improvements for the 2013/2014 ski season, Jay Peak once again leads the pack in… Read More →

Fall Bike Rides Near New England Ski Resorts

The week after Columbus Day is usually peak season for viewing the fall colors in New England. Seeing the leaves on maples turn crimson, gold, orange, and pink is a joyous celebration of the season in these parts. But there’s… Read More →