Matt Gibson is a freelance adventure travel writer, photographer, and blogger. Born and raised in the Canadian Rockies, Matt started skiing at 3 and swapped the skinny sticks for a snowboard at 12. Though he was raised on hills like Lake Louise, Fernie, and Whitewater, he now lives in Utah makes turns at hills like Snowbird, Powder Mountain, and Park City. For more adventure travel goodness, follow Matt on his adventure travel blog, Facebook page, and Twitter account. If nothing else, you should definitely download his free e-book Five Adventure Photoessays.

Late Season Skiing and Riding at Snowbird

A Sad Time of Year It’s a sad time of year. A few days ago I cleaned out the pockets of my snowboard jacket and pants, folded them up, and put them on the back of the top shelf in… Read More →

Brighton has a great terrain park.

Brighton: The Utah Resort Locals Love

I’m a travel writer. In my industry there’s a widely accepted method for finding a great restaurant in a city you’ve never been to. Look for the restaurant where the locals are lined up out the door, and go there…. Read More →

Snowbird Ski Resort

The Greatest Snow on Earth?

Utah claims to have The Greatest Snow on Earth ®. The state has even copyrighted the phrase, which is why I had to put that little registered trademark symbol next to it. That’s some pretty big talk for the a… Read More →