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Ski Stats: The Longest Vertical Drops in the Universe

Ski Stats: The Longest Vertical Drops in the Universe

by Patrick Thorne

Generally speaking, the bigger a ski resort’s vertical, the longer the runs that you can ski from the top. For those that love the feeling of skiing or riding for as long as possible, we’ve rounded up the longest vertical… Read More →

Top 10 Largest Ski Resorts In North America

Top 10 Largest Ski Resorts In North America

by Patrick Thorne

Ski resort size has always been a big issue for resort marketing. The bigger the ski resort the more we can ski, right? Some people are happy to ski the same runs over and over, believing small is beautiful. But if you’re one… Read More →

Pond Skimming: When, Where & How To Do It

Pond Skimming: When, Where & How To Do It

by Patrick Thorne

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it some guy dressed (very badly) as Superman? Well, it could in fact be any of these (or one of a myriad of other weird costumes) as pond skimming season is… Read More →

Top 5 Ski Destinations For Your Spring Break

Top 5 Ski Destinations For Your Spring Break

by Heather Balogh

Who says you have to head to the beach for spring break? From where we’re sitting, this time of the year is prime for the best skiing of the season. Check out a few of our favorite ski destinations below. Not only… Read More →

Blast From The Past: Ski Resorts, Then and Now

Blast From The Past: Ski Resorts, Then and Now

by Katie Coakley

Though skiing has been utilized as a method of transport for almost five thousand years, our snow loving predecessors didn’t really start utilizing the fluffy white stuff for purely recreational purposes until the end of the 19th century. The first… Read More →

Montana Ski Resorts: 5 Fun Facts

Montana Ski Resorts: 5 Fun Facts

by Angela Douglas

For nearly 80 years, snow enthusiasts have flocked to Showdown Mountain for an authentic skiing excursion.  That’s right, this mountain is Montana’s oldest ski area and has been providing season after season of wintery fun since 1936.  With a base… Read More →

7 Reasons to Visit Montana in the Summer and Fall

7 Reasons to Visit Montana in the Summer and Fall

by Angela Douglas

From the magnificent mountain peaks to sprawled out prairie, there is an endless amount of outdoor fun to be had in Big Sky Country.  Whether you’re looking for a guided tour or eager to hit the backcountry on your own,… Read More →

July Family Adventures: Bikes, Horses, Guns, & Fun

July Family Adventures: Bikes, Horses, Guns, & Fun

by Kristen Lummis

July is a busy month. The height of the North American summer, it kicks off with Independence Day in the United States and by month-end many kids are starting their countdown to a new school year. Of all the months,… Read More →

Best Mountain Music Venues You May Be Missing

Best Mountain Music Venues You May Be Missing

by Katie Coakley

Listen carefully? Can you hear it? Yep, the hills are alive with the sound of music. With longer days and cool evenings, summertime in the mountains brings countless opportunities for live music in incredible settings. When it comes to memorable… Read More →

Sweet Spring Festivals

Sweet Spring Festivals

by Shaun Plander

The ski season may be coming to a close in most parts of the country, but Spring celebrations have been going on for weeks!  Here’s the low down on some of our favorite events this season.  Most of them have… Read More →