Win your Wife’s Weight in Beer: Be a Wife Carrying Champ

Imagine winning your wife’s weight in beer and five times her weight in cash just for carrying her three football fields length, over a few logs, through a sand trap and a mud puddle. Does that sound like a really… Read More →

SUP-ing 101: How To Get Started

Do you love those “never summer” bumper stickers? Do you wish away the snowless months in want of more winter, snow, skiing? I share your sentiments. I try to find my adrenaline fix when alpine skiing is on summer hiatus…. Read More →

Green Circle on Skis = Black Diamond Bike Run

If I am an expert skier, turns out I am a bunny slope biker. Still, cycling keeps my quads in shape as I count the days till snow season. Many of my ski buds go mountain biking at ski areas… Read More →

The view from the stop of Gunstock is majestic.

Ziplining at Gunstock Mountain

I call it “Lake Tahoe of The East.” The views from Gunstock Mountain Resort of Lake Winnipesaukee (ok – Tahoe is easier to say) and New Hampshire’s majestic White Mountains are extraordinary. I have loved skiing Gunstock since my first… Read More →

Skiing in Switzerland, Part 2: Saas Fee and Zermatt

Editor’s Note: This is the second post in a two-part series about Heather’s trip to Switzerland.  Read up on the first leg of her trip to Aletsch Arena and Verbier here! Saas Fee – Head spinning skiing above 11,000′ I felt… Read More →

Skiing in Switzerland, Part 1: Aletsch Arena and Verbier

Editor’s Note: This is the first of a two-part post about Heather’s trip to four Swiss ski areas.  You can also read about her time at Saas Fee and Zermatt! On a Swiss Roll – Ski, Snowmobile & Drink in The… Read More →

Skiing Le Massif Charlevoix

Ski Quebec – like the French Alps, eh?!

The ideal alpine ski trip: scenic slopes, snow, gourmet lunch on the mountain, fondue, speaking French at après ski, spa treatments, and a luxe ski hotel. Don’t forget: pricey airfare across the pond and jet lag to go along with… Read More →

Tremblant Ski Village

New England’s Best Ski Spots for Families

For the best New England family ski vacation, you need a fall line foursome: reliable snow, fun terrain, convenient lodging, and a resort that loves families. Take any of these out of the equation, and your downhill vacation is just… Read More →