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PHOTOS: Up To 12″ of October Snow At These 11 Ski Resorts

PHOTOS: Up To 12″ of October Snow At These 11 Ski Resorts

by Kris Kendall

Last week the internet was abuzz with predictions of October snow that could total up in feet for certain parts of Western North America. The Atmospheric River, which was actually the remnants of Typhoon Songda, has come and gone leaving much… Read More →

10 Iconic Family-Friendly Hiking Trails in the West

10 Iconic Family-Friendly Hiking Trails in the West

by Alyssa Erickson

There is an attitude prevalent amongst singles and couples alike, that once you have kids your adventurous lifestyle is over. For good. I once believed this to be true as well. But after standing on the family side of the… Read More →

North America’s Favorite Resorts for Tree Skiing

North America’s Favorite Resorts for Tree Skiing

by Kristen Lummis

For many skiers and snowboarders, skiing the trees is the holy grail of winter fun. When you duck into a glade, you’re one step closer to skiing’s backcountry roots. You leave behind the noise and commotion of the larger resort… Read More →

Plan Your Ski Holiday: North American Ski Resorts At A Glance

Plan Your Ski Holiday: North American Ski Resorts At A Glance

by RoseAnne Moises

“What are you doing over your Winter break?”  This is a question frequently being asked by both family members and friends, despite winter break being several weeks away. However, as I’ve learned from past experiences, the holiday season is the… Read More →

Liftopia Weekly Goods: Sept. 8, 2014

Liftopia Weekly Goods: Sept. 8, 2014

by RoseAnne Moises

Ok. So summer isn’t technically over yet, but if you’re like us, you’re already praying to Mother Nature for an early start to the season! In between your ritual pre-season snow dances, you’re dusting off your skis/snowboards, scanning the Internet… Read More →

5 Purpose-Built Mountain Bike Trails That Deliver Stoke & Sustainability

5 Purpose-Built Mountain Bike Trails That Deliver Stoke & Sustainability

by Erika Wiggins

Editor’s Note: This summer, lift-served mountain bike lift tickets and packages from resorts across North America will be available on Liftopia.com for the first time. Check out our FAQs to learn more about lift-served mountain biking, how it works and… Read More →

10 Spring Beers for Springtime Sippin’

10 Spring Beers for Springtime Sippin’

by Katie Coakley

Ahhh, Spring. It’s a season of sunshine, blooming flowers and long, leisurely deck sessions after a hike, bike, paddle or stroll. After all, you deserve it after a Winter of polar vortexes. Unless you live in the mountains, that is…. Read More →

2013/14 Snow Report: Where the Snow Fell This Season

2013/14 Snow Report: Where the Snow Fell This Season

by Joel Gratz

Meteorologists can’t always make an accurate prediction, but we’re quite good at analyzing what has happened in the past. And since I find seasonal snow forecasts unreliable, lets stop predicting and instead look back at the 2013-2014 season to see… Read More →

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Oregon Ski Resorts

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Oregon Ski Resorts

by Eric Wagnon

Portland, Ore., is an underrated urban gateway to skiing and snowboarding. This area deserves attention in light of its snow-capped, 11,240-foot dormant volcano on its horizon. About 60 miles from downtown Portland, Mount Hood has more than 4,500 skiable acres… Read More →

Snow Report: The State of the Snow

Snow Report: The State of the Snow

by Joel Gratz

We’re more than half way through the season, so let’s look back at the last few months to see what mountains have had the most snow. While I love the east coast (I grew up there), and they’ve been having… Read More →