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Where To Ski & Ride Until June (And Even July!)

by Patrick Thorne

2015-16 saw a switcheroo in snow conditions across North America. After four lean seasons (particularly last winter), the much-hyped “Gozilla El Nino” was a major factor in bringing the biggest snowfalls to much of Western North America since 2010-11. Alyeska… Read More →

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VIDEOS: Top 5 Video Picks Of Kids Crushing It On The Slopes

by Sarah Woods

The mountains often bring out the kid in all of us. And sometimes kids are just the inspiration we require to get out among the mountains and soak up a little curiosity and fun. Here are our top 5 video… Read More →

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Alta: The (White) Stuff of Legends

by Jules Older

When I ask other ski fanatics, “What’s your favorite American ski hill?” an awful lot of them give the same answer. Care to guess what answer that might be? If you guessed Alta, you win the prize. So what makes… Read More →

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7 Benefits of Playing Hooky and Skiing

by Katie Kearsey

In case you haven’t heard, the 5th Annual National Play Hooky & Ski Week is fast approaching. Grab your family, friends and (trusted) co-workers and ditch school, work or your other obligations to hit the slopes from March 7-11, 2016. In… Read More →

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Five Tips for Better Mogul Skiing

by Eric Wagnon

You helped us put together a list of North America’s favorite mogul runs, but how do you ski them? Here are a few tips: 1. Think of moguls as your allies, not your enemies. The upslope of a big mogul can… Read More →

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10 Unspoken Rules That Skiers & Snowboarders (Should) Abide By

by Katie Coakley

In life, there are unspoken truths—facts and ideas that are so widely acknowledged that they are not questioned, merely upheld. Example: Nothing good ever happens after someone says, “Hold my beer and watch this.” Sometimes these truths are ignored; the… Read More →

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6 Bucket List Ideas For Skiers & Riders

by Dave Belin

The term “bucket list” has become a mainstay of the lexicon, describing ambitious things you need to do before you, well, kick the bucket. Skiing and snowboarding provide a lot of different options for setting goals for the season. Goals… Read More →

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Trailers: Watch the Top New Ski Movies of 2015

by David Sandel

It’s finally ski season! For the lucky few, a handful of resorts have started to open. But for the rest of us, it’s close! Oh so close! And what better way to build some stoke than watching the rippers in… Read More →

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Upgrade Your Run: New Ski App Virtually Puts You on the Slopes

by Katie Coakley

Technology is a wonderful thing. It wasn’t that long ago that punctuality was necessary because there wasn’t a way to call or text to let your friends know that you were going to be late. Letters were the preferred way… Read More →

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Where Will It Snow If There’s A Strong El Nino This Winter?

by Dave Belin

As snow lovers, readers of this blog are probably amateur meteorologists as well, studying forecasts for snow and temperatures when planning ski days and trips. The consensus for this winter among professional meteorologists is for a strong El Nino, which… Read More →