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10 Lesser Known Family-Friendly Ski Areas in North America

10 Lesser Known Family-Friendly Ski Areas in North America

by Rich Stoner

Skiing with your buddies is always a blast. A weekend-long expedition of sick lines, craft beer and an overindulgence of calorie-laden foods. But a buddies trip can be unrealistic to pull off on a regular basis, especially when you have… Read More →

How to Know When It’s Time to Replace Kids’ Ski Gear

How to Know When It’s Time to Replace Kids’ Ski Gear

by Kristen Lummis

Getting ready for the ski season? Since we’re still ahead of the snowiest months, fall is a terrific time to do a family ski gear inventory. For a deeper dive on sussing out your own gear, check out our past… Read More →

10 Tips for When You Haven’t Skied in Awhile

10 Tips for When You Haven’t Skied in Awhile

by Wendy Clinch

When people ask me how long I’ve been skiing, I actually have to give it some thought. Because it’s really not that simple: I skied for a number of years, then stopped for awhile, and then took it up again…. Read More →

15-Minute Workout: Get In Shape for Ski or Snowboard Season

15-Minute Workout: Get In Shape for Ski or Snowboard Season

by Kristen Lummis

If you’re a skier or snowboarder, chances are you’re also a biker, a hiker, a runner, a yogi or maybe even a gym rat. You know, someone who is in pretty good shape.  And while that may be true (or… Read More →

Park City Breaks The Shotski Record With 1,310 Shot Takers

Park City Breaks The Shotski Record With 1,310 Shot Takers

by Rich Stoner

Après ski is a unifying force. Social activities at the end of an epic day of skiing and snowboarding has the kind of bonding power. People gather to catch up. They share stories and show pictures of their day while… Read More →

How Is Snow Made? The Science Behind Snowmaking

How Is Snow Made? The Science Behind Snowmaking

by Kristen Lummis

When it started snowing last week at several Colorado ski resorts, there were few clouds in the sky and no natural precipitation in sight. The forecast was for sun.  But the weather was perfect — for snowmaking.  Making snow is… Read More →

Career in the Ski Industry? It’s More Attainable Than You Think

Career in the Ski Industry? It’s More Attainable Than You Think

by Natalie Ooi

Editors Note: A big thank you to Natalie Ooi, Program Director, Ski Area Management Program, Colorado State University Coming off one of the best winter seasons that North America has experienced in recent years, some of you may be thinking,… Read More →

Getting Your Gear Ready for the Off-Season

Getting Your Gear Ready for the Off-Season

by Wendy Clinch

We’ve all heard the reports: Squaw and Mammoth have announced they’ll be open through Independence Day, Breckenridge through Memorial Day. With the record snowfalls in the west, it wouldn’t be surprising if more were to follow suit. Buy Lift Tickets… Read More →

Top 5 Tips for Spring/Summer Skiing

Top 5 Tips for Spring/Summer Skiing

by Patrick Thorne

More ski areas are open in North America this spring and summer after some huge winter snowfalls left deep bases which in some cases may well still be there when next winter rolls around. Among the resorts staying open at… Read More →

Where To Ski During Spring 2019

Where To Ski During Spring 2019

by Patrick Thorne

For many, the start of spring brings to mind thoughts of great mornings on the slopes enjoying the spring corn snow, then long, lazy afternoons enjoying the sunshine with a cool beverage. But for others it also means that annual… Read More →