5 Ways The Mountain Collective Pass Just Got Even Better For 2017-18

by / The Mountain Collective, Travel
5 Ways The Mountain Collective Pass Just Got Even Better For 2017-18

The Mountain Collective Pass is coming back next winter better than ever! Here’s what’s new… 1. More days at Alta & Snowbird In past years, customers got 2 total days at Alta and Snowbird combined. New for the 2017-18 season,… Read More →

5 Spring Skiing Tips You’ll Thank Us For Later

by / Ski, Ski & Snowboard, Snowboard
5 Spring Skiing Tips You’ll Thank Us For Later

Bluebird skies, warmer temps, longer days and spectacular end-of-season parties and events— Spring is arguably the best time to hit the slopes! Here are a handful of tips to help you make the most of your spring skiing. Oh, and… Read More →

7 Seriously Helpful Tips For Skiing Deep Powder

7 Seriously Helpful Tips For Skiing Deep Powder

Skiing powder is a totally different experience from skiing groomed runs and if you’re new to it, you can sometimes feel like you’re battling the snow rather than riding it. The first step? Dispense with all the things you think… Read More →

Natural Hot Springs in Ski Country – The Ultimate Après-Ski Hot Tub

Natural Hot Springs in Ski Country – The Ultimate Après-Ski Hot Tub

It’s a well-known fact that one of the best ways to recover after a hard-hitting day on the mountain is to settle into a hot tub. The warm water is therapeutic, relaxing muscles and dispersing tension; the convivial atmosphere doesn’t… Read More →

Snorkel Alerts – Powder Alerts Are Happening!

by / Snow & Weather
Snorkel Alerts – Powder Alerts Are Happening!

This article was originally posted on OpenSnow.com by Powderchaser Steve UTAH got pounded today with generally 16-20 inches in the upper Cottonwoods (Brighton, Solitude, Alta, Snowbird) and a healthy 10-12 inches in Park City. I believe the mountains north towards… Read More →

WATCH: Tom Brady Wipes Out Skiing – Patriots Fans Freak Out

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WATCH: Tom Brady Wipes Out Skiing – Patriots Fans Freak Out

After one of the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history, the New England Patriots quarterback hit the slopes at Yellowstone Club, a private ski area in Montana nearby Big Sky. It’s here where Tom Brady gave Patriots fans a scare… Read More →

Vermont’s Stowe To Be Bought By Vail Resorts For $50 Million

by / Ski & Snowboard, The Industry
Vermont’s Stowe To Be Bought By Vail Resorts For $50 Million

Colorado-based Vail Resorts announced today that it entered an agreement to acquire Vermont’s Stowe Mountain Resort from the Mount Mansfield Company for $50 million. The deal has Vail Resorts acquiring all of the assets related to the mountain operations at… Read More →

10 Scenic Green Runs That Every Skier & Snowboarder Will Love

by / Beginners, liftopia, Ski & Snowboard
10 Scenic Green Runs That Every Skier & Snowboarder Will Love

Once skiers and boarders progress to a certain ability level, they often scorn those tame trails marked by green circles. However, a select few green runs offer such tranquil beauty that it would be a mistake to dismiss them just… Read More →

Avoid The Crowds And Score President’s Day Powder At These 7 Ski Areas

by / Ski & Snowboard, Snow & Weather
Avoid The Crowds And Score President’s Day Powder At These 7 Ski Areas

This article was originally posted on Unofficial Networks by Barclay. While most ski bums are on the schedule this holiday weekend, the lucky few who have time off are left with the conundrum, “where can I score powder while avoiding the President’s… Read More →

3 Reasons Why Night Skiing Is Worth It

by / liftopia, Ski & Snowboard
3 Reasons Why Night Skiing Is Worth It

I’m a big fan of night skiing and have been for a long time. When I was a kid, living north of Toronto, I was a member at a little ski hill called “Uplands” (which still exists). A couple of… Read More →