Writer. Healer. Lover. I also ski. A lot. I've skied La Chimenea in Chile, I've been on live Japanese radio demonstrating an electronic toothbrush, I'm a great cook but don't expect me to do the dishes. My first days of skiing were on the slopes of Mount Washington on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. My earliest ski memory is with my Dad in knee-deep powder. I remember him yelling, “this is what we ski for Sarah!” Ever since then I’ve been chasing powder.

8 Mountain Weddings With The Best Views Ever

Couples who play together, stay together. So where else better to say “I do” than at your favorite playground? Here’s a roundup of mountain weddings that just might inspire you to get married among the magic of your favorite range…. Read More →

4 Ways To Explore Like a Free Spirit This Summer

Travelling as the free spirit that I am has afforded me wonderful experiences – both in mountains and in cities. From meeting a handsome mountain man un-expectedly (he was riding a horse, I might add), to an impromptu afternoon pub… Read More →

VIDEOS: Top 5 Video Picks Of Kids Crushing It On The Slopes

The mountains often bring out the kid in all of us. And sometimes kids are just the inspiration we require to get out among the mountains and soak up a little curiosity and fun. Here are our top 5 video… Read More →

Don’t Forget These Things When Skiing Internationally

From cultural cues, health insurance to lift line etiquette, there’s a few things to know before you hit the slopes internationally. 1. Carry-on Your Ski Boots Let’s get this one out of the way – it’s essential your ski boots… Read More →

Why Taking a Solo Ski Vacation is the Best Thing You Can Do

I’ve been a student of this beautiful life and, over the last few years, many of the lessons I’ve learned have been through solo travel. Whether I was exploring the Rockies or Coast Mountains in Canada, The Alpujarra on the south… Read More →

5 Things To Do on New Year’s Eve So You Can Wake Up For First Tracks in 2016

Whether your heart is set on first tracks on January 1 or you’re looking for something other than a party to ring in the New Year, Liftopia’s got your back. Here are five ways you can spend this New Year’s… Read More →

Ski Movie Soundtracks To Add To Your Playlist

As she was editing Pretty Faces last year, Lynsey Dyer told me how important it was to get the perfect music for her production company’s debut film. The tunes needed to embody the heart and soul of the film to… Read More →

Your Pre Ski Season To-Do List

You could go to the gym to get your legs in shape for ski season. (Here’s a sample pre-ski season workout, if you’re into that kind of thing.) But, let’s be honest, skiing is the best medicine for getting your legs… Read More →

Waxing and Tuning Your Skis & Snowboard

Why not grab a beer, reminisce about après ski and give your skis or board a wax this September? Whether you’re a seasoned waxer or new to tuning your gear, here are some tips and reasons behind picking up an… Read More →

Get Your August Snow Fix with these Instagram Follows

If you’re at the office grinding out another day while daydreaming about freshies and faceshots, this post is for you. Help pass the time and get stoked for the upcoming season by following these Instagram accounts. 1. X-Games Medalist and… Read More →