Imagine spending a great day on the slopes with your better half and the lovely kiddies. The snow was perfect and everyone had a wonderful time but now you’re back at the condo and the kids are telling you in their oh so pleasant voices, “Mooom, I’m hungry.” To top it off, your husband is… Read the rest of the post!
Drinking games are probably the best past time when you’re snowed in, when the roads are closed, or when the winds make it seem like you’re not in Kansas anymore. Why not join Ullr, the God of Snow, on his little break, and make your way to the booze, hootch, or whatever you like to… Read the rest of the post!
When I was a young girl, one of my favorite movies was Terminator 2: Judgement Day, not because of Eddie Furlong (yes, he looked quite dreamy back in day) but because of one of the other main characters: Sarah Connor. After countless repetitions of “Hasta la vista, baby”, I still cannot decide if my favorite… Read the rest of the post!
Okay, newbies, let’s go down the check list of ski essentials. Lift ticket. Check. Equipment. Check. Apparel. Check. Ski Lingo. What’s that?! An important element in the ski world is understanding the standard vocabulary that makes this sport very special. Knowledge is power and basic jargon is priceless – It’s street cred but on the… Read the rest of the post!
The family that skis together stays together, right? There are some great benefits to skiing or riding with your kids – keeping fit and healthy, getting fresh air, and having some awesome bonding time. They are always full of energy and keeping up with them can be challenging at times. I’m a fairly new skier,… Read the rest of the post!
I had the good fortune to organize Liftopia Volunteer Day last month. At Liftopia, not only are we focused on scoring you great deals on lift tickets and mountain activities (and hitting the slopes ourselves), but we also want to give back to the community where we live and work. Earlier this month, in one… Read the rest of the post!
Even the most seasoned skiers often stress out about trips to the slopes when it involves the entire family. You try and accommodate everyone, and end up pleasing no one. Is their enough beginner terrain for the kids, and still plenty of bowls, chutes and bumps for the grown-ups (or, more likely, vice versa?!) Will… Read the rest of the post!