Monumental Savings For Presidents’ Day Weekend When You Book Now


Who’s counting down the days ’til the long, 3-day weekend? We know we are. And we honestly can’t think of a better way to spend your extra day off than heading up to the mountains for a patriotic weekend on… Read More →

7 of the World’s Highest Ski Bars


For several of the world’s greatest skiers, there was an unwritten challenge (until quite recently) to ski from the world’s 7 highest peaks. It was an achievement that was finally completed in October 2006. American female freeskier, Kit Deslauriers, became the… Read More →

Top 11 Gear Picks From 2015’s Outdoor Retailer Market


Every outdoor gear nerd’s dream, Outdoor Retailer, is where manufacturers bring their latest and greatest creations. My partner and I spent the day scouring their recent Winter event held in Salt Lake City, January 20-24. As always, we didn’t see it all,… Read More →

15 Go-Anywhere Apps for Skiers & Riders


It’s an app life, and there is one built for nearly everything we do. Here’s a rundown of go-anywhere apps designed to put you on the powder, hook you up with sweet lift tickets deals, help you stoke your day… Read More →

7 US Presidents If They Could Hit The Slopes


With Presidents’ Day Weekend right around the corner, we thought we’d take some time to honor the personalities and achievements of our former (and current) commanders-in-chief. How? By pairing up some of our favorite presidents with the ski resorts we… Read More →

More Snowsports: 7 Alternative Ways Down the Mountain


The thought of getting down the mountain with anything other than a set of skis or a snowboard may seem blasphemous to you, but believe it or not, there are other ways! And, some of them can be quite fun!… Read More →

Types of Alpine Skis: Building Your Quiver


Types of alpine skis range from “all-mountain” models to specialized varieties designed for very specific conditions. Skis’ basic features differentiate the various types: Camber is the slight upward rise in the middle of an unweighted ski when viewed from the… Read More →

Colorado Welcomes You to the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships


Here in the Centennial State, we love World Cup racing. Every year, Colorado hosts the only World Cup races in the U.S., usually at Aspen for the women, and Beaver Creek for the men. And this winter, it gets even… Read More →

Don’t Forget Fido: North America’s Most Dog-Friendly Ski Towns

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Planning a ski trip is an exciting process. Where will you go? How long can you stay? How many vertical feet will you rack up? Where will you stay? But: what about Fido?  He’s currently making the “sad puppy-dog face”… Read More →

Winter Park Resort Guide

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Tucked away from the chaos of the I-70 corridor, Winter Park Resort is a favorite of locals and tourists alike. With small-town charm and old school character to remind us of ski days past, Winter Park/Mary Jane is a hidden… Read More →