Recent Ski Travel Articles
Champagne powder snow blankets the scenic slopes, cradled by majestic mountain peaks. Pine trees paint the landscape, showcasing breathtaking views for skiers and snowboarders. A sense of serenity envelops you. You shoot down the slopes, carving up the powdery playground... more
Something should be said for the magnitude of interior British Columbia’s ravishing beauty. The landscape is dotted with small towns bursting with culture, juxtaposed against towering mountainous backdrops. Whether coming from Vancouver or the Rockies, each sweeping... more
Cap off the ski season at Crystal Mountain in Thompsonville, Michigan during its annual Spring Fling Weekend on March 15 and 16. Bring the entire family to this two-day celebration packed with great food, great music, and lots of fun on the hill for everyone. And, to make... more
At California’s Mammoth Mountain, 13 is a lucky number! At least it is for the upcoming 2012/2013 season, set to open bright and early on Thursday, November 13th at 8:30 a.m. And, in preparation for another mammoth season, the mountain is hosting a jam-packed schedule of... more
Now that Superstorm Sandy is gone - along with the warm air she swept through - skiers and snowboarders are rejoicing as temperatures throughout the Northeast are dropping back to their typical November norms. With fresh snow in the mountains, resorts across the region are... more
The majority of ski resorts offer lessons for people of various ability and skill levels. There are those who have skied for years and have mastered the art of double-black-diamond skiing. Then there are those who have never even stepped foot into a ski or snowboard boot.... more
While avid heliskiers daydream in their offices about their next alpine adventure, many more skiers are trapped into simply dreaming about their next day on the slopes -- without the excitement of jumping into a roaring helicopter and landing in extensive backcountry powder.... more
When I was in high school, my mother was constantly bothering me to go to more basketball games. "Where is your school spirit?" she would ask. I would respond with the usual, "Mom, I would much rather spend my nights snowboarding than cheering in a stuffy gym." I began... more
Planning a successful downhill ski trip is tougher than it used to be. I know that now. I was born in a town four miles from a major Rocky Mountain ski resort, so growing up I never thought about planning too much. I saw the slopes, moguls and impossibly high chair lifts... more
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