You’ve planned the ski trip, found all the discounts you can and now you’re ready to hit the slopes… but what about your equipment? If you’re going to rent your ski & snowboard equipment for the first time at the resort, here are some tips to make it easier for you and the rental technicians.
Ski trips cost money! They’re always worth it, but it can be hard for the college kid, a family, or the budget shopper to spend hundreds of dollars on one or two days of skiing. There has to be a way to spend less money on roughly the same experience, right? There is. In fact, there are several. Here are a few.
How will you and your family spend your next winter vacation? If hitting the slopes, terrain, and trails excites your imagination and gets everyone in your brood excited, then a visit to a family friendly skiing and riding resort is just what you need to bring that imagination to life![Continue reading…]
Planning a ski vacation can be a huge task, even for the experienced skier. There are so many things to remember to pack, and even more things to do. Forgetting even one or two things from this list can make the trip uncomfortable, but forgetting a number of things, or forgetting something really important, like money […][Continue reading…]
When was your last visit to Grand Targhee Resort, WY — or have you ever been? If it’s been a while, or you’ve never been, then now is the perfect time to re-acquaint yourself — or perhaps get acquainted — with the beauty of the Grand Targhee Resort.[Continue reading…]
Serious skiers know what makes for a great run – powdery snow and beautiful terrain. Cat skiing provides just that. Skiers can enjoy the exhilaration of wild, uncharted territory while having the security of a guide and a comfortable vehicle to shelter in. Cat skiing refers to a type of skiing in which participants use […][Continue reading…]
It’s sure to be a stellar ski season in Durango, Colorado this year. Investor James Coleman, a local Durango skier and businessman, recently purchased Durango Mountain Resort. His first executive order of business? To revert the name of the 50-year-old Colorado ski area back to Purgatory and use the original logo, of course![Continue reading…]