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PHOTOS: 16 Ski Resorts Visited By Ullr This Past Weekend

by Kris Kendall

Ullr, the Norse god of snow, is considered by many skiers and snowboarders to be a crucial piece of the snowfall puzzle.  It is not uncommon to see groups of college students in a snow-starved region burning skis and drinking… Read More →

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10 Reasons Why You Need To Ski Jackson Hole Mountain Resort This Winter

by Eric Wagnon

Between Wyoming’s Tetons and the Gros Ventre mountain ranges sits Jackson Hole, a valley that is 15 miles wide and 80 miles long. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is situated on the Tetons side, about 12 miles from the main town… Read More →

PHOTO CREDIT: David McColm / Whistler Blackcomb

Vail Resorts, Whistler Blackcomb & the Mountain Collective Make Summer Ski News

by Eric Wagnon

The dog days of August are usually pretty slow for ski news. The past week was a big exception. On Monday, Vail Resorts announced that the company was buying Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia for around $1 billion in U.S…. Read More →

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VIDEOS: Proof You Need To Ski The Southern Hemisphere This Summer

by Emma Wexler

In a daze of sunshine, it’s easy to forget about the winter fun happening in the Southern Hemisphere. Here in North America, we’re spending long days biking, hiking, and lying on the beach (my favorite summer activity). But in the… Read More →

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Summer Skiing: Get Your Snow Fix During North America’s Off-Season

by Patrick Thorne

For those that crave the snow even when Winter is over – Fear not! Somewhere in the world, at almost any time of the day, a snowy slope is open for your skiing or boarding pleasure. Today, there are more… Read More →

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Southern Hemisphere Kicks Off Winter 2016 With Massive Snow Totals

by Patrick Thorne

‘Awesome’ is the only word we can think of to describe the start of the 2016 ski season in the southern hemisphere. In the days and weeks leading up to the start of the season, there have been some huge… Read More →

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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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Extended & Late Ski Seasons in The East & West

by Eric Wagnon

The 2015-16 ski season in the East has been far from a banner year in terms of natural snowfall. Killington Resort in Vermont had tallied just 69 inches by early April, compared to its annual snowfall average of 250 inches…. Read More →

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Get #OneMoreDay This Season: Spring Events At Ski Resorts

by liftopia

Pond skims, festivals, concerts, parties, charity events, races, and oh yeah, great spring skiing and boarding. No matter what you’re into, there’s plenty of reasons to get on the mountain for #onemoreday this spring (as if you needed another reason… Read More →

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The Most Beautiful Mountains On The Planet?

by Jules Older

I asked, What are the most beautiful mountains on Planet Earth? Not the best snow, not the best grooming — the most beautiful. And you answered. Boy, did you answer. Here’s what you said: Banff, Cambodia, Chile, Colorado, Jasper, Massachusetts, New… Read More →