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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Skiing in Banff, Canada

by Kristen Lummis

1. It’s not “just” Banff. It’s three unique resorts: Lake Louise, Mount Norquay and Sunshine Village. Collectively marketed under the tag “Ski Big 3,” this trifecta offers up 8,000 acres of skiing and riding, 2 gondolas, 26 chairlifts and 290… Read More →

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6 Fall Color Hikes Worth Getting Out of the Car For

by Erika Wiggins

Looking for a scene that stops you in your tracks? Here are six hikes that deliver the goods during the autumn leaf change. Choosing six was tough! There are a lot of hikes that could easily make the list, but… Read More →

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8 Things You Didn’t Know About Wyoming Ski Resorts

by Eric Wagnon

1. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort isn’t all scary. Jackson Hole has a deserved reputation among experts for challenging steeps. However, if beginners and intermediates are scared away, they’re making a mistake. In fact, beginners have their own area off the… Read More →

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The World’s Most Unique Gourmet Local Foods at Ski Resorts

by Patrick Thorne

One of the great things about traveling to ski is not just the snow and the people you meet, but the different regional dishes you can find to eat. In fact, skiing and food go hand in hand (or rather… Read More →

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5 of the Best Ski Town Airports

by Dave Belin

There’s something really special about a ski trip. Planning and packing for your next winter adventure is always exciting, bringing with it the anticipation of fun times with family and friends on the slopes. Because of geography and climate, there… 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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4 Most Scenic Backpacking Trips in the American West

by Heather Balogh

Expansive views, towering cliffs and glistening lakes all await on these scenic trails. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite backpacking trips in the western side of the United States, but I’m sure there are some missing. What would you… Read More →

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10 Outdoor Adventures In The East To Add To Your Bucket List

by Erika Wiggins

buck·et list noun, informal A number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime. A few weeks ago, we gave you our list of top 10 adrenaline-packed outdoor activities in the west. We, of… Read More →

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4 Things You Need To Know Before Climbing Your First 14er

by Heather Balogh

Here in Colorado, 14ers (or peaks over 14,000 feet) are a thing of lore. The state boasts more 14ers than any other state in the lower 48, clocking in at a whopping 53. Some of these mountainous beasts are technical… 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 →