4 Ski Resorts for The Adventure Seeker

Right before winter hits, ski resorts become a melting pot for some of your favorite winter activities. While some resorts focus on offering a family-friendly environment, others are constructed with the adventure-seeker in mind. This someone is usually looking to take in remarkable views while taking on some of the steepest slopes and most difficult terrain. This can be a bit difficult to do while trying to battle the crowds. If this describes you, then read on to find a few ski resorts that were constructed to be adventure-seeker friendly.

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5 Things Small Ski Areas Offer That Larger Ones Don’t

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.

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Will There Be a Last Chair? 2016-2017 Ski Season Resort Closing Dates

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.

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Ski Slang You Should Know Before Hitting the Slopes

Once you’ve booked your dream ski trip, it’s time to brush up on your ski slang. After all, nobody wants to look like a gaper – or novice – out on the slopes, and nothing will give you away faster than not understanding the local ski-speak. So dust off your ski pants, break out the fresh goggles, and take a few minutes to brush up on the lingo you’re going to need to come off like a brah.

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Don’t Ski? Don’t Worry. Enjoy Your Vacation With These Winter Activities for Non-Skiers

Mountain resorts are popular among travelers for vacations. With breathtaking views, crisp cool air, and exciting activities, it’s no secret why. Most people who go on vacation to large mountain resort towns spend a lot of their time skiing. While it’s a thrilling activity, and one that is enjoyed by many, not everyone loves it. If you’re not a fan of skiing what can you do during a “ski trip” to a mountain resort?

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How to Waterproof Your Gear in 3 Easy Steps

There’s nothing worse than spending a day on the mountain in cold and soggy gear. Your wet boots squish with each movement. Your fingers are frozen stiff. Your cuffs let moisture soak straight through to your sleeves.

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Look to the North When Planning a Ski Vacation. Way North.

Some of the best skiing and boarding in the world in the Pacific Northwest is in British Columbia, Canada. From the coastal mountain range to the Canadian Rockies, you’ll find excellent powder, a friendly northern vibe, and a wide range of winter activities. Canadians know how to do snow, so when planning your ski trip this season, consider these choice resorts to Ski British Columbia.

Photo Courtesy of Whistler Blackcomb

Photo Courtesy of Whistler Blackcomb

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