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7 of North America’s Best Road Trips For Skiers & Snowboarders

7 of North America’s Best Road Trips For Skiers & Snowboarders

by Katie Coakley

Put in those vacation days, strap your skis and snowboard onto the roof of your car, pack your bags and plenty of road snacks, and get ready to cram in as many vertical feet of pure joy as you can…. Read More →

Ski Travel: Do I Need Winter Tires For My Car?

Ski Travel: Do I Need Winter Tires For My Car?

by Eric Wagnon

Way back in the day, families in colder climates annually switched winter tires (AKA “snow tires”) on their trusty station wagons (with the faux-wood exterior of course). The rise of “all-season tires” ended that ritual for many, but those who… Read More →

5 Regions Buried in Snow Right Now

5 Regions Buried in Snow Right Now

by Eric Wagnon

The first half of January 2017 was bountiful to say the least for skiers and boarders in the West. For those tasked with shoveling and plowing snow, it’s been simply exhausting. Snowfall numbers that are usually associated with inches were… Read More →

A Ski Bum’s Guide To Peak Weekend Skiing

A Ski Bum’s Guide To Peak Weekend Skiing

by Katie Coakley

There’s no doubt about it: winter is fully upon us. Looking at the social media feeds, it seems as if just about every resort in the country is swimming in freshies, making a ski trip a necessity, not a luxury…. Read More →

The Longest Ski Runs in North America

The Longest Ski Runs in North America

by Patrick Thorne

Long ski runs are great right? You just keep going on and on, hopefully through lovely floaty powder or a perfectly groom corduroy piste… But where are the longest runs in North America? I set out to find out and… Read More →

Best in Snow Awards: North America’s Most Beloved Ski Areas

Best in Snow Awards: North America’s Most Beloved Ski Areas

by RoseAnne Moises

We’re all familiar with the top 10 lists that rank the best ski areas seen in magazines every year. And while these have gotten us a long way and are awesome in their own ways, you told us you wanted… Read More →

Ten Reasons You Need To Ski Alta and Snowbird This Winter

Ten Reasons You Need To Ski Alta and Snowbird This Winter

by Kristen Lummis

When it comes to legendary ski areas, Alta and Snowbird are at the top of many lists. Known for deep snow, steep terrain and a no-nonsense winter vibe, these resorts in Utah’s Little Cottonwood Canyon serve up some of the… Read More →

The 4 Personalities of Aspen Snowmass: Which One Suits You Best?

The 4 Personalities of Aspen Snowmass: Which One Suits You Best?

by Kevin Day

Sponsored by Aspen Snowmass The four mountains of Aspen Snowmass are kind of like a rock band. You have a charismatic lead singer (Aspen Mountain, clearly); a virtuoso guitarist who can really shred (Aspen Highlands); the versatile drummer who can… Read More →

7 Unexpected Truths about Skiing in West Virginia

7 Unexpected Truths about Skiing in West Virginia

by Wild, Wonderful, West Virginia

Where better to ski than the Mountain State? Below are 7 things we bet you didn’t know about West Virginia’s slopes. Sponsored by Wild, Wonderful, West Virginia. Keep up with WV’s winter adventure at GoToWV.com/winter, and all the latest excitement with… 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 →