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Snowfall Totals for the 2014-15 Season

by Eric Wagnon

The 2014-15 ski season’s snowfall will be remembered for many years to come. For several parts of North America though, the memory won’t necessarily be a great one. The good news is that the law of averages means that next season… Read More →

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3 Weatherproof Ways To Enjoy Whistler Blackcomb

by Sarah Woods

I was stoked. Just coming off a sunny trip to Chile, I was jumping back to winter with a day of skiing at one of my favorite places, Whistler Blackcomb. It had been six months since I had last set… Read More →

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The World’s Greenest Ski Resorts

by Patrick Thorne

There are a lot of misconceptions about the way ski resorts are portrayed in the environment. Ski resorts are often used as scapegoats–said to be the epitome of mankind’s excess, the straw that broke the environment-camel’s back. But how true… Read More →

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Monumental Savings For Presidents’ Day Weekend When You Book Now

by RoseAnne Moises

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 →

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15 Go-Anywhere Apps for Skiers & Riders

by Troy Hawks

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 →

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How It Works: Snow Grooming 101

by Dave Belin

Fresh powder is the Holy Grail of snowboarding – but the next best thing is sweet, smooth corduroy. Carving turns on a perfectly groomed trail under deep blue skies is one of the best experiences on the hill. Did you… Read More →

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How to Stay Warm on the Slopes: Baselayers

by David Sandel

Because you know I’m all about that base, ‘bout that base, base-layer. That was horribly cheesy, but for real, let’s talk about baselayers. Even when it’s warm out and I see people skiing in hoodies (or late spring when guys… Read More →

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Ski Resorts For Early Season Skiing

by Eric Wagnon

The masses arrive at ski resorts during the holiday week between Christmas and New Year’s. Serious skiers and boarders often can’t wait that long, but they also want a significant amount of available open terrain. Early December can be a… Read More →

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Green Snowmaking Initiatives in New England

by Dave Belin

Have you ever taken advantage of rebates to help replace your old refrigerator or air conditioner with a more energy-efficient one? Local utilities and governments offer similar incentive programs to businesses, including ski areas in Vermont and Maine. Efficiency Vermont,… Read More →

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Let it Snow! – Liftopia Goods: Nov. 10, 2014

by RoseAnne Moises

As the temperatures drop and the snow sightings become more frequent, resorts across North America are beginning to open one by one. The lifts have already began to spun at a handful of resorts, while others are ferociously preparing for opening day…. Read More →