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Tasty Apres-Ski Eats and Drinks

Tasty Apres-Ski Eats and Drinks

by Rich Stoner

There’s a saying that goes, A bad day on the mountain is better than a good day at work. It is really tough to argue this logic especially if you are like me and just enjoy spending your winter days… Read More →

Where to Dine and Stay Near Midwest Ski and Snowboard Resorts

Where to Dine and Stay Near Midwest Ski and Snowboard Resorts

by Brian Clark

Skiing and snowboarding work up an appetite, no doubt about it. And unless you’re a local, you’re also going to need a place to bunk overnight so you can hit the slopes refreshed in the morning. Here’s a list of… Read More →

4 Ski Resorts With Incredible, Old-School Ski Lodges

4 Ski Resorts With Incredible, Old-School Ski Lodges

by Eric Wagnon

Truly old-school ski lodges are rare gems in today’s ski-resort world of boutique hotels and condo sprawl. Minimalist décor may be trendy and hip, but dark wood, antlers and antique skis on the walls, and a cozy fireplace somehow just… Read More →

Breakfasts of Champions: 12 Places to Fill Your Tank Before Hitting The Slopes

Breakfasts of Champions: 12 Places to Fill Your Tank Before Hitting The Slopes

by Katie Coakley

Just about anyone who has experienced the joy of a full ski day has probably at least heard of the term “après-ski.”* However, you might not have heard of “avant-ski.” What is avant-ski, you might ask? It’s the process that… Read More →

The World’s Most Unique Gourmet Local Foods at Ski Resorts

The World’s Most Unique Gourmet Local Foods at Ski Resorts

by Patrick Thorne

One of the great things about traveling to ski is not just the snow and the people you meet, but the different regional dishes you can find to eat. In fact, skiing and food go hand in hand (or rather… Read More →

Malts in the Mountains: 10 Ski Town Breweries

Malts in the Mountains: 10 Ski Town Breweries

by Katie Coakley

Some things in life just go together—Peas and carrots. Hipsters and moustache wax. Mountains and beer. Whether you’ve just summited a peak or raced down one with your proverbial hair on fire, there’s nothing quite like a cold one when… Read More →

7 of the World’s Highest Ski Bars

7 of the World’s Highest Ski Bars

by Patrick Thorne

For several of the world’s greatest skiers, there was an unwritten challenge (until quite recently) to ski from the world’s 7 highest peaks. It was an achievement that was finally completed in October 2006. American female freeskier, Kit Deslauriers, became the… Read More →

10 Best “Snow” Beers (And a Few for the Lifts)

10 Best “Snow” Beers (And a Few for the Lifts)

by Katie Coakley

When the temperatures plummet and the days grow shorter, it’s scientifically proven that the body goes into “cold weather” mode. Much like the mighty grizzly bear stocking up for the long winter months, we are drawn to comfort foods like… Read More →

Get in My Belly: Unique Foods at Ski Resorts

Get in My Belly: Unique Foods at Ski Resorts

by Katie Coakley

It’s the middle of the day and you’ve been pounding powder since the lifts opened. Though your super-human stamina allows you to continue the crushing until the sun sets, your stomach is yodeling louder than the guy in the Ricola… Read More →

Best Fall Beers You Need To Try

Best Fall Beers You Need To Try

by Katie Coakley

Summer is officially over, according to the calendar. However, the real end of summer is marked not by a set date, but a series of events that herald the coming of autumn (and, with it, winter) much more accurately than… Read More →