Indoor Skiing & More: 8 Places to Extend Your Season


Spring: notorious for plenty of snow and some of the deepest skiing of the year. With winter storms like “Yona” still dropping inches like deejays drop beats, the season remains in full swing. With such great conditions, you’ve booked your… Read More →

Your Desire To Ski Might Be In Your Genes


Cynthia Thomson, a climbing and skiing fanatic fresh from several seasons in Banff, wanted to know: are we hard-wired to ski? After being challenged by her UBC doctoral supervisor, genetics researcher Dr. Jim Rupert, she turned her inquiring mind towards… Read More →

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Oregon Ski Resorts


Portland, Ore., is an underrated urban gateway to skiing and snowboarding. This area deserves attention in light of its snow-capped, 11,240-foot dormant volcano on its horizon. About 60 miles from downtown Portland, Mount Hood has more than 4,500 skiable acres… Read More →

Killington Ski Resort Guide


Description With greater snowfall than some Rocky Mountain resorts and a vertical drop that incites envy, you’d be well advised to take this Vermont ski area seriously. Nicknamed “The Beast of the East,” the mountain has all the east-coast ski… Read More →

Top Ten Après Ski Spots for Spring


There’s something about Spring skiing that indicates that all is right in the world. Is it the epic snow that invariably falls when the resorts are contemplating closing? Is it the warmer weather that makes skiing shirtless a distinct possibility?… Read More →

Jackson Hole Ski Resort Guide


Description Imagine a steep skiing paradise with enough technical terrain to satisfy even the hungriest of powder hounds. Place it just far enough out of reach so you’ll never have to deal with crowds, add a few good generations of… Read More →

Discrete Headwear: Company Profile and Q&A


Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Discrete Headwear is an outdoor gear & apparel company that is aimed at the core of all things skiing & snowboarding. We got the chance to talk to CEO & pro athlete, Julian Carr, about the inspiration,… Read More →

Embrace the Chilled Vibe of Utah’s Spring Skiing Season


The intense adrenaline-packed days of winter give way to carefree bluebird skies in the Spring. Sunglasses replace goggles and bulky layers are swapped out for light shells and t-shirts. It’s spring ski season, a time most Utah locals cherish. Learn… Read More →

The World’s Most Unusual Ski Lifts

Funicular Lift

In recent decades, ski lifts have been getting faster, more comfortable, and able to carry more and more people. Nearly 110 years ago, the first dedicated ski lifts were invented in the Black Forest of Germany and, since the turn… Read More →

4 Things The Women’s Winter Tour Taught Me About Skiing


Editor’s Note: This post was written by Beth Santos, founder & CEO of Go Girl. The last time I was in a pair of skis, my downhill instructor gifted me a piece of chocolate for courage, then snatched my poles and… Read More →