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5 Exercises Every Snowboarder Should be Doing & Why

by Katie Levy

Whether you’re new to snowboarding or a seasoned pro, working on your fitness off the slopes is essential to being able to ride safely and enjoyably. Snowboarding requires strength, endurance, flexibility, agility, balance, and a number of other skills you… 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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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 →

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Predicting A Good Snow Year: Myths & Facts

by Katie Coakley

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that anyone who enjoys the snow is going to try to predict how, when, where and how much it’s going to snow in an upcoming winter. From measuring the height of skunkweed to counting grasshoppers… Read More →

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4 Hot Books for Powder Lovers

by Troy Hawks

If it’s true that you are what you eat, then I’m also hoping it’s true that you are what you read. And if that’s the case, then I just got a whole lot cooler. I mean, just check out the… Read More →

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Waxing and Tuning Your Skis & Snowboard

by Sarah Woods

Why not grab a beer, reminisce about après ski and give your skis or board a wax this September? Whether you’re a seasoned waxer or new to tuning your gear, here are some tips and reasons behind picking up an… Read More →

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Get Ready For Ski Season With These Balance Training Exercises

by Eric Wagnon

Given that skiing and snowboarding’s most basic goal is to avoid falling, balance is obviously important. The off-season can be a good time to work on balance skills either at the gym or at home. Related to balance, proprioception is… Read More →

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2014-15 Ski Industry Statistics & Trends: Facts, Stats & Skier Visits

by Dave Belin

So how was your season? Maybe you skied more days than last year, or maybe not. Did you try a new resort this year, or just stick close to home? Did you buy a season pass or get day ticket?… Read More →