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What Was It Like To Go Skiing 50 Years Ago?

What Was It Like To Go Skiing 50 Years Ago?

by Rose Marie Cleese

Hey, you young’uns (i.e., skiers and boarders under 50), if you were to be plopped down in the middle of a ski slope in 1966, you’d find yourself in a strange and unfamiliar land—from the snow to the skiing techniques… Read More →

The Ski Bum Gift Guide: 13 Gift Ideas For Skiers & Snowboarders

The Ski Bum Gift Guide: 13 Gift Ideas For Skiers & Snowboarders

by Arielle Gordon-Rowe

Everyone has those ski bum friends whose ski socks are perpetually mismatched. Those friends whose baselayers smell as if they’ve been wedged between couch cushions for months. They’re the friends who sprint to the lift five minutes before it opens,… Read More →

10 Things You Should Know Before Moving To A Ski Town

10 Things You Should Know Before Moving To A Ski Town

by Katie Coakley

In the summer of 2002, I needed a change. I was working in a big city in a job that I loved but made me cry almost daily. I wanted something different, something completely unlike what I was doing. So… Read More →

6 of the U.S.’s Last Great Ski Towns

6 of the U.S.’s Last Great Ski Towns

by Katie Coakley

Let’s face it: things change. You get older, technology races full speed ahead and you can no longer get a tank of gas for less than a dollar. The ski industry has changed, too. From high-speed six-person chairlifts to apps… Read More →

8 Mountain Weddings With The Best Views Ever

8 Mountain Weddings With The Best Views Ever

by Sarah Woods

Couples who play together, stay together. So where else better to say “I do” than at your favorite playground? Here’s a roundup of mountain weddings that just might inspire you to get married among the magic of your favorite range…. Read More →

The World’s Highest Golf Courses

The World’s Highest Golf Courses

by Patrick Thorne

Playing golf at high altitude may not be something you’ve ever considered, but as with all sports, altitude training can be good for your game. You’ll probably also get a buzz out of the fact that the higher you go,… Read More →

7 Benefits of Playing Hooky and Skiing

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 →

Here’s Arguably The Best Way To Get to Tahoe From SF

Here’s Arguably The Best Way To Get to Tahoe From SF

by Audi on demand

SPONSORED CONTENT We get it… There’s no better way to kick-off the year and get through the post-holiday lull than with a trip up to Tahoe, especially when El Niño is working in your favor. You round up some friends,… Read More →

Here’s How You Can Help Protect Winter in 60 Seconds

Here’s How You Can Help Protect Winter in 60 Seconds

by Rob Webb

Snow is an amazing thing. Over 23 million people love and depend on snow for our pastimes and our livelihoods. Snow powers the $62 billion global ski industry, supporting over 950,000 winter tourism-related jobs in the US alone. The threats that… Read More →

Malts in the Mountains: 10 Ski Town Breweries

Malts in the Mountains: 10 Ski Town Breweries

by Katie Coakley

Some things in life just go together—Peas and carrots. Hipsters and moustache wax. Mountains and beer. Whether you’ve just summited a peak or raced down one with your proverbial hair on fire, there’s nothing quite like a cold one when… Read More →