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Show Me The Numbers: How Eco-Friendly Are Ski Areas?

by Troy Hawks

How eco-friendly are North American ski areas? Let me count the ways. In fact, recycling and swapping out light bulbs, while still very important, have almost become somewhat passé steps toward sustainability at ski areas. Nowadays you’ll find everything from… Read More →

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Spring is King: 5 Ski Resorts To Keep Your Season Going

by Dave Belin

The calendar has turned to April, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to hang up the board(s) quite yet. The days are longer, the temps are warmer, and the vibes are changing to be all about concerts, parties, festivals, and… Read More →

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Pond Skimming: When, Where & How To Do It

by Patrick Thorne

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it some guy dressed (very badly) as Superman? Well, it could in fact be any of these (or one of a myriad of other weird costumes) as pond skimming season is… Read More →

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5 More Common Myths About Skiing

by Eric Wagnon

Whether it’s with friends or sharing with strangers, chairlift rides give skiers plenty of time to chat. Some of the comments you’ll hear may be helpful like where the good snow is that afternoon. Other times, you may hear some… Read More →

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Ticket to Ride: 7 Ways To Travel By Ski Train

by Katie Coakley

On the weekend of March 14 – 15, the Winter Park Ski Train departed from Union Station in Denver with its cars full of excited skiers and snowboarders. It was a blast from the past—six years past, as a matter… Read More →

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Ski Quebec: 11 Hot Tips For Crushing La Belle Province

by Troy Hawks

The name Québec comes from the Algonquin word kébec, meaning “where the river narrows.” From the top of La Massif and Mont Sainte Anne, it looks like you could ski right into the St. Lawrence River. It’s one of the most… Read More →

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5 Common Myths About Skiing

by Eric Wagnon

We’ve demystified the following 5 myths about skiing: 1. Moguls always make skiing harder. Ski resorts spend millions each year catering to skiers’ fear of moguls. Grooming snowcats smooth out thousands of trails each night. However, with a little knowledge… Read More →

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Mountain Riders Alliance: Small But Mighty Ski Areas

by Dave Belin

Large ski areas may get most of the attention and press during the winter, but small ski areas have character, soul, and passion. Small ski areas are a great place to learn to ski or snowboard; are family-friendly; and have… Read More →

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4 Wonderfully Surprising Things About Ski Portillo in Chile

by Kristen Lummis

It’s hard to be surprised in the 21st Century. With comprehensively informative websites, nearly instantaneous reviews on travel sites and endless opinions on social media, sometimes it seems like the experiences are over before they’ve even happened. Like most travelers,… 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 →