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8 of the World’s Most Famous Ski Runs

8 of the World’s Most Famous Ski Runs

by Patrick Thorne

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and, to some extent, fame is too. What qualifies a ski run to be one of “the world’s most famous” largely depends on where you are in the world and what you… Read More →

Late Spring & Summer Skiing: Where To Get Your Snow Fix

Late Spring & Summer Skiing: Where To Get Your Snow Fix

by Patrick Thorne

With the majority of the world’s ski areas now closed (or just about to), it’s tempting to call it a day and succumb to summer activities like hiking and biking. But die-hard snowsports fans know that’s not necessarily true, and… Read More →

Secretos Develados: 10 Skier Tips on Spain’s Biggest Secret Stash

Secretos Develados: 10 Skier Tips on Spain’s Biggest Secret Stash

by Troy Hawks

When you arrive at this place it feels like you’ve been let in on a secret. You’re a hobbit holding a key, and a single ray of sunshine reveals the hidden door. Behind it lies a Utopian-esque snow globe packed… Read More →

The World’s Greenest Ski Resorts

The World’s Greenest Ski Resorts

by Patrick Thorne

There are a lot of misconceptions about the way ski resorts are portrayed in the environment. Ski resorts are often used as scapegoats–said to be the epitome of mankind’s excess, the straw that broke the environment-camel’s back. But how true… Read More →

7 of the World’s Highest Ski Bars

7 of the World’s Highest Ski Bars

by Patrick Thorne

For several of the world’s greatest skiers, there was an unwritten challenge (until quite recently) to ski from the world’s 7 highest peaks. It was an achievement that was finally completed in October 2006. American female freeskier, Kit Deslauriers, became the… Read More →

Strange But True: 8 Out Of The Ordinary Ski Areas

Strange But True: 8 Out Of The Ordinary Ski Areas

by Patrick Thorne

Ski holidays are generally fairly straightforward experiences. You plan your trip, you make your trip, hopefully there’s fresh snow and blue skies, you find some great lodging, you have a great time and you head home. Perfect. But some areas… Read More →

The World’s Longest Ski Runs

The World’s Longest Ski Runs

by Patrick Thorne

We all have those dreams—skiing forever, down a run that just goes on and on (and on), without having to get on that lift back up. Thanks to some very high lifts, the ability to hike, and the ability to take… Read More →

Skiing in the Shadow of Zeus: Warren Miller’s Battle with The Gods

Skiing in the Shadow of Zeus: Warren Miller’s Battle with The Gods

by Gina Bégin

Loaded horses plod along the village’s ancient cobblestone paths. A woman, hunched with age, looks on with an inquisitive but smiling gaze. It’s not every day that brightly-clad skiers from North America travel through her tiny hometown. This is Greece,… Read More →

5 Ways To Ski Naked (or Nearly Naked)

5 Ways To Ski Naked (or Nearly Naked)

by Patrick Thorne

Sub-zero temperatures and little/no clothing is not a combination that works for most people. Yet there’s something about the silliness of skiing in swimwear, or less, that proves attractive to some. If you’re one of those people, there are opportunities… Read More →

13 Ways To Après-Ski Around the World

13 Ways To Après-Ski Around the World

by Katie Coakley

There’s no denying it: sometimes the best part of a ski day is the après-ski. From laid-back to lascivious, there are all sorts of après opportunities around the world. We know how it works in our own backyards, like New… Read More →