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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 →

4 Non-Profit Ski Areas in the U.S.

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 →

Ever Wonder What It’s Like To Ski Antarctica?

Ever Wonder What It’s Like To Ski Antarctica?

by Eric Wagnon

Although skiing can be found on all seven continents, Antarctica is the most exclusive and remote destination. You won’t find any chairlifts there, but for around $30,000, companies such as Adventure Network International (ANI) will allow you to check Antarctica… Read More →

Work Hard, Shred Harder: Co-Working Spaces in Ski Towns

Work Hard, Shred Harder: Co-Working Spaces in Ski Towns

by Troy Hawks

Midweek powder days pose some of life’s most arduous dilemmas: Should I go, or should I stay? Should I work, or should I play? Thanks to an emergence of ski town co-working spaces, you get the best of both worlds:… Read More →

Mountain Riders Alliance: Small But Mighty Ski Areas

Mountain Riders Alliance: Small But Mighty Ski Areas

by Dave Belin

Large ski areas may get most of the attention and press during the winter, but small ski areas have character, soul, and passion. Small ski areas are a great place to learn to ski or snowboard; are family-friendly; and have… Read More →

Q&A with Tiger Shaw, U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team CEO & President

Q&A with Tiger Shaw, U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team CEO & President

by Troy Hawks

It’s his name that strikes you first: Tiger. They don’t call it the “eye of the shark,” or lion, or bear. It’s “eye of the tiger,” and it seems to strike the cord and essence of competitive sports in the… Read More →

Liftopia Named One of San Francisco’s Most Bike-Friendly Businesses

Liftopia Named One of San Francisco’s Most Bike-Friendly Businesses

by Otto Imken

May 2014 was National Bike Month, and an exciting one for us here at Liftopia! As the weather warmed up, more and more Liftopians started to commute to the office on bike and on some days, up to 75% of… Read More →

Sustainability Efforts at Ski Areas

Sustainability Efforts at Ski Areas

by Dave Belin

Outdoor recreation, scenic views, clean air, and a natural mountain environment are just some of the great benefits of having ski areas as our playgrounds.  What’s better than a clear mountain view on a sunny day on the slopes?  But… Read More →

Ski Charities And Non-Profits

Ski Charities And Non-Profits

by Sean Engie

Skiing and snowboarding are great activities, but sometimes it’s easy to forget there are others out there who don’t get to enjoy hitting the slopes for a variety of reasons. I’m writing this week to highlight some great organizations that… Read More →

Theater Festivals in Ski Towns

Theater Festivals in Ski Towns

by Shaun Plander

While skiing, snowboarding, drinking, eating, shopping, drinking, fireside chats, snowmobiling, drinking, and drinking are all integral and incredibly enjoyable facets of the ski/après ski experience, there are times when I get tired of listening to my buddies brag about their… Read More →