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Sieben (7) Ways to Win at Oktoberfest

by Katie Coakley

It’s a well-known fact that mountain folks will use just about any excuse to have a party. Just finished a full day of skiing? Let’s après. Need a bit more snow? Let’s throw a party for the snow gods. St…. Read More →

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White Wedding Ideas: 7 Ways To Tie The Knot On The Slopes

by Patrick Thorne

Forget the beach! If you’re a skier or snowboarder, there’s no better place to tie the knot than on the slopes—and it’s no surprise that weddings in ski areas are growing in popularity. The ski areas themselves are getting more… Read More →

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4 Non-Profit Ski Areas in the U.S.

by Dave Belin

Operating a ski area is a very tough business – fickle weather, high capital costs, energy and water expenses for snowmaking, and competition for customers are just a few of the challenges ski areas face in order to turn a… Read More →

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New For 2015/16: Ski Area Upgrades & Improvements

by Dave Belin

Remember the feeling of anticipation on Christmas morning? Or on your 16th birthday? You could hardly wait for the big day and the opportunity to rip open your presents. For skiers and riders, the summer is a long buildup to… Read More →

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Skiing With The Rich & The Famous: Celebrity Sightings On The Slopes

by Patrick Thorne

If you ever become rich and famous, there are certain rules in life you must adhere to—it’s not all diamonds and champagne sadly. You must, for example, buy an expensive car, probably a beach house, and maybe a private jet…. Read More →

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13 Perfect Ski Resort Pools You Need To Jump Into

by Katie Coakley

You know what can make an awesome mountain resort even better? An awesome pool. That’s right: winter or summer, snow or sunshine—a pool can create amazing memories during your vacation. Whether you’re soothing tired muscles after an epic day in… Read More →

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New High Speed Ski Lifts Coming To Colorado & Utah

by Kristen Lummis

In 1981, Breckenridge installed a detachable high-speed lift, the Quicksilver SuperChair. Clipping along at over twice the speed of conventional fixed-grip lifts, this chair was the first of what would become the ski industry standard. This summer is seeing a… Read More →

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8 of the World’s Most Famous Ski Runs

by Patrick Thorne

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and, to some extent, fame is too. What qualifies a ski run to be one of “the world’s most famous” largely depends on where you are in the world and what you… Read More →

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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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Summertime & the Livin’ is Easy: New Summer Activities At Ski Resorts

by Dave Belin

One of the biggest trends in the ski industry has nothing to do with winter or snow – It’s, in fact, the growth of summer activities and events. Becoming a year-round destination has been the long-term goal of many ski… Read More →