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vail resorts is ramping up new improvements that will make skiing even better

Vail Resorts does many things well, like when they create more infrastructure for their ski resorts. The demand for faster rides, more skiable terrain and snowmaking machines have all been on the radar for resorts across the globe. And as the years pass, many are also determined to make improvements preserving the integrity of the  Read more ➝

the future can hold a lot of things so what will happen to the future of the skiing industry?

It’s hard to say where the ski industry is heading in the next 30 years. In the meantime, there are plenty of trends to follow that are just as important as the overall movement. Similar to other sports or tech movements, you sometimes have to constantly “stay in the know” to be well-informed. On the  Read more ➝

it's always a good idea to try and beef up your ski skills

Every level of skier has to practice their craft. Even experts aren’t technically done learning, which is why it’s completely normal to continue improving your abilities. We all might be starting at a different place, from beginners to seasoned snow buffs, but taking advantage of a few tips and tricks means you’re just going to  Read more ➝

what new gear are you going to be after this year?

The holiday family rush is starting to slow down (at least at home it is) but on the slopes, it’s heating up! With the beginning of a new year comes the beginning of new snow adventures. And it might also mean that you’re interested in trading out your worn (but trusty) skis from a few  Read more ➝

get in on the action during national learn how to ski and snowboard month!

It’s that time of year again when new and beginner skiers can learn how to ski and snowboard! Through the month of January, resorts across the U.S. and Canada participate in the “National Learn To Ski & Snowboard Month.” This event is meant to encourage new skiers to come to the mountains and break new  Read more ➝

are you sure you're ready to hit the backcountry? There's a few things to consider before you take the leap

Sometimes the thrill of the slopes isn’t enough to quench the thirst of the adventurers. Which is why backcountry skiing is perfect for souls who crave being out in the wilderness. Most resorts across the globe have great alternatives to vertical drops and terrain parks. And many offer terrain that only experts need seek out!  Read more ➝

When the sound of autumn leaves crunching underfoot changes to packed snow, you can’t help but imagine fresh tracks on your favorite mountain. Even if you’re in an area that won’t see storms for weeks (or months), there are reminders that opening days are dropping: sports shop tune-up clinics, local gear swaps, and sweet deals  Read more ➝

This winter, there is no better way to beat the winter blues and absorb some of that valuable–and rare–Vitamin D than on the slopes soaking up the sun and good times.  You’ll also be refining your balance and eating adrenaline while looking out over the majestic white scenery that only winter provides.

The trees budding all across the Front Range in Colorado and Utah, and water sprinklers feverishly spraying golf courses are signs that spring is on us and summer is near. To the dismay of skiers and riders alike, it’s time to say goodbye to the bittersweet 2016-2017 ski season.

Skiers and snowboarders will often do anything to get up to the mountains, especially when there’s fresh powder. But getting up to your favorite ski resort just got a little easier if you live in Colorado or are visiting for a ski vacation. According to a recent article from The Aspen Times, Uber debuted ski  Read more ➝

Where should you go skiing this winter? The Western USA and Western Canada are loaded with excellent resorts where you can find world-class powder, diverse terrain, and high-altitude drops. There are so many good mountains that it can be hard to choose. Here are 10 top places to ski in the West, and why they should  Read more ➝

Take a trip to any of the Epic partner ski resorts and you will notice a myriad of signs advertising the Epic Mix app — and rightfully so. Arguably the pass holder’s best friend, the app boasts a number of key features that make it invaluable to Epic resort visitors.

It’s no wonder that the Epic Pass provided by Vail Resorts, Inc. is a highly-coveted token for skiers. With the latest additions to Vail’s portfolio of world-class resorts, Epic Pass members can now access more than 32,000 acres of skiable terrain in mountain and urban areas in the U.S, all winter, with no restrictions.

For the skiing or snowboarding enthusiast, there’s nothing better than a pass that allows unlimited skiing and riding at more than one location for the whole season. How cool is it, you ask? It’s Epic! That’s why it’s called the Epic Ski Pass.

Vail Resorts, Inc. has outdone itself with the early spring release of their 2016-2017 Epic Pass, on sale now. With a more than a month left in this ski season, this is the earliest sale of the coveted pass to date, offering many enticing benefits to skiers and snowboarders who purchase their passes now.

We know you – you save your vacation days for the first snowfall, and head for the mountains to slash downhill. There’s no better way for you to spend the day. But whether you frequent your favorite ski resort, or prefer a new adventure at each turn, skiing and snowboarding requires an investment in time  Read more ➝