A Parent’s Guide to Skiing and Chairlift Etiquette

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A Parent’s Guide to Skiing and Chairlift Etiquette

When it comes to skiing, safety and good manners go together like skis and bindings. You can’t really have one, without the other. But here’s the catch. Good manners and on-mountain safety often don’t come intuitively to anyone. Especially with… Read More →

Weekend Forecast – Lots of Snow Across North America

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Weekend Forecast – Lots of Snow Across North America

Forecasts have originally appeared on opensnow.com We’re going across North America with this weekend forecast, and conditions are looking great from East to West! New England Light snow showers fall across New England today, contributing to small accumulations at most… Read More →

Loon Mountain – Easily Accessible with Something for Everyone

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Loon Mountain – Easily Accessible with Something for Everyone

Loon Mountain — with convenient location (only 2.5 hours from Boston) and proximity to quintessential New England towns has long been a favorite of many skiers and riders.  Offering activities as varied as the terrain, there is something for everyone… Read More →

6 Hard to Reach Ski Destinations

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6 Hard to Reach Ski Destinations

Part of Liftopia’s mission is to make it easier for people to get out on the slopes. We’ve long supported Learn to Ski and Snowboard programs and recently introduced Liftopia Experiences that offer hosted ski day trips from multiple North… Read More →

1-4 FEET of Snow for the Western US

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1-4 FEET of Snow for the Western US

This article originally appeared on Opensnow.com by Joel Gratz Summary If you’re looking for the deepest snow this week, head to the western US. California will likely take home the prize for the most snow with 2-4 FEET possible through the week, and… Read More →

Waxing Your Skis/Snowboard (Or Not)

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Waxing Your Skis/Snowboard (Or Not)

As skiers and snowboarders who regularly ride in resorts and in the backcountry, we aren’t looking to win races––but we are looking to have fun and squeeze every bit of performance out of our gear. We are simply looking for… Read More →

7 Reasons NOT to Ride Red Mountain in 2019

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7 Reasons NOT to Ride Red Mountain in 2019

Editors Note: The sarcasm is thick in this article, and perfectly in line with the unique personality of Red Mountain Resort. There’s only one way to find out how great the people are there, you’ve got to go! 7. TOWNIES… Read More →

Snow in New England – Powder Day Alert!

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Snow in New England – Powder Day Alert!

Summary This article originally appeared on Opensnow.com by Sam Webber and Lauren McCarthy. Low pressure tracking over New England today will cause snow to fall throughout the day, leaving skiers and riders with continuous powder runs. The low departs the… Read More →

New Liftopia Experiences Make It Easy And Affordable To Access The Mountains

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New Liftopia Experiences Make It Easy And Affordable To Access The Mountains

At Liftopia, we’ve always aimed to improve accessibility to the mountains for our customers. For the past 13 years, we’ve worked closely with our ski area partners to help them price more efficiently in order to help customers like you… Read More →

January is Learn to Ski or Snowboard Month

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January is Learn to Ski or Snowboard Month

Welcome 2019! Now that the calendar has shifted to January, we are so excited to say – It’s Learn to Ski or Snowboard Month! Here at Liftopia, we have a lot of passion and love for the mountains, and what… Read More →