Liftopia’s coverage of the outdoors refers to activities & events associated with being in nature and wilderness. This also includes destinations, parks, states, and places where people can engage with sports and activities associated with being outside.
East coast, keep on with your snow dances… As we head into the weekend, the National Weather Service has issued winter storm warnings all over the east, expecting to bring powder to the mid-Atlantic and southern New England. How much snow… Read More →
Attention, skiers of a certain age. Remember when prepping for ski season consisted of reaching up to put your skis on the ski rack and bending over to buckle up your boots? Hate to tell you but once you hit… Read More →
Getting kids outside might seem like an antiquated yet obvious sentiment, but for many young people, consistent outdoor participation (like skiing and snowboarding) is far from a reality. SOS Outreach (a non-profit that inspires its participants to ski, tackle the… Read More →
Keeping your balance, being able to get up in waist deep powder if you take a tumble, and skiing or snowboarding in general requires some serious core strength and stability. And there’s no time like the present to start getting your… Read More →
In 2014, readers of Decline Magazine voted Mountain Creek Bike Park one of the best parks in the US. That same year, MTBParks.com named Mountain Creek the “Most Improved Bike Park.” With the closest lift-served biking to New York City,… Read More →
Trestle Bike Park was one of the first downhill parks in the U.S. It’s also the closest DH bike park to Denver, just 67 miles away. The Park’s original trails were designed and built by Gravity Logic. Since 2007, all… Read More →
There is an attitude prevalent amongst singles and couples alike, that once you have kids your adventurous lifestyle is over. For good. I once believed this to be true as well. But after standing on the family side of the… Read More →