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Most skiers live for the blue bird day. You know, that day when the sun transforms the snow into a blanket of blinding diamonds, when you need polarized lenses and sunscreen for first tracks, and when the sky puts on a crayon-box display of cobalt and indigo and robin’s egg and a thousand other indescribable  Read more ➝

Twenty-five minutes is all it takes to get from the heart of Reno, Nevada to the Mt. Rose Ski Resort. One of the local’s favorite resorts, the base of Mt. Rose is located at an impressive 8,260 feet! This means that the resort not only has some of the best snow in the Sierras, but  Read more ➝

If you’ve put off your ski vacation for whatever reasons, we think you are going to be very happy to know that this time, in spite of the procrastinating, you’re going to be able to get a great deal, if you act quickly. Coupons, auctions, and markdowns are available for lodging, ski passes, apparel, accessories,  Read more ➝

There is so much that can go wrong on travel day. From missed flights to middle seats, the journey to your destination can be fraught with turmoil. However, the reward for surviving travel day is a fabulous vacation you’ll talk about for years. And the memories you make on a ski vacation are like no  Read more ➝

It’s never too late to teach an old dog new tricks, right? Learning something new can be uncomfortable… especially a new sport. Skiing can be mysterious if you have no clue what you are doing. This is why ski resorts across North America have come together and decided to offer lessons at a discounted rate for the  Read more ➝

5 Tips to Choosing The Right Eyewear for Skiing Winter is finally back and the ski season begins once again! But before hitting the slopes, make sure you’re using the right eyewear. This piece of gear affects your comfort, ski performance, and health. If you aren’t satisfied with your current eyewear, these five tips should  Read more ➝

I’m sure many of you can relate; when we first tried skiing, being able to make it to the bottom alive was quite an ego boost. Wow, what a ride! But chest beating and high-fives aside, skiing is not an intuitive skill. Like all sports, correct technique is what maximizes your potential and safety. Here are  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 ➝

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 ➝

Things are happening at Taos Ski Valley again! A new owner, a new CEO, and a new hotel will revitalize the area. The Taos Ski Valley was the property of the Blake family from its inception shortly after World War II until this recent sale.

The turkey is long gone and the holiday shopping in on! Although some of us are in denial that in order to give gifts, we must go get them. If you’re in the latter group, why not give gifts that will increase your leisure time spent with your loved ones? Perhaps your people already love  Read more ➝

Snowboarding was one of the first things I did when I relocated to Denver. It took me a while to get the right gear for the new sport (Chicago is a whole different kind of cold), and the money I invested could’ve covered the down payment on a new car. Add two kids who outgrow  Read more ➝

Now that A-Basin in Colorado has officially opened the North American ski season this year, we’re all fired up for the remaining resorts all over the country to follow suit. The start of the ski season means planning for all things winter. To help you to plan your ski break, we’ve compiled a rundown of projected  Read more ➝

Fall always seems to sneak up on me. As the summer winds down, I begin counting down to winter – longing for the thrill of the first snow. And every year, I’m torn between my love for the long, lazy summer afternoons and the knowledge that come December, my spindly summer legs aren’t going to cut  Read more ➝

Which State to Ski and Epic Season Pass to Pick Standing atop Heavenly’s 10,000 ft. peak, there’s only one thing to decide: ski down the California side or make your way through Nevada. The answer could depend on your allegiance, or the weather. But from where you’re clipped in, one thing remains the same: You’re  Read more ➝