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Ski Bums Pick: North America’s 10 Most Livable Ski Towns Year-Round

by Gina Bégin

Is this you? You have moments when you study the calendar in front of your office desk and question what you did with all those days gone by. Your body feels sluggish and you think your back might be permanently… Read More →

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Get Better Every Time: Tips On Progressing On The Slopes

by David Sandel

The title of this post is pretty incredulous, isn’t it? How in the world can someone expect to get better at something every single time they do it? Skiing and snowboarding is so hugely complex, how can you possibly measure… Read More →

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What’s New In The New England Après Ski Scene?

by Steve Jermanok

There’s very little “new” in New England and that’s just the way we like it. We’re proud of our history in this little corner of the country, including home to some of the oldest ski resorts in the nation. After… Read More →

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Liftopia Ski Season Kickoff Parties: Coming To A City Near You!

by Steph Wells

It might only be October, but it’s already snowing on some lucky mountains and the lifts have begun to spin! We’re pumped for the upcoming season and, to help spread the stoke, the Liftopia crew is hitting the road, throwing ski season… Read More →

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7 Natural Signs of Snow

by Patrick Thorne

It’s perfectly normal to feel a bit anxious at this time of the year. Will Mother Nature be bountiful when it comes to the white stuff? Will Jack Frost ensure it’s cold enough for the snow cannons to fire up… Read More →

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It’s a Long Way to the Top: Glossary of Ski Lifts

by Eric Wagnon

Going downhill is the really fun part of skiing, but the uphill part of the equation makes more vertical feet downhill possible. While chairlifts may be the classic type of ski lift, they are just one way to get high…. Read More →

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Best Prices For Early Season Snowboarding & Ski Lessons

by Dave Belin

The winter season is approaching in the Northern Hemisphere, and unless you spent the summer in New Zealand or Chile (or at Liberty Mountain Snowflex Park), you probably haven’t experienced the feeling of sliding on snow for 7 or 8… Read More →

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Q&A with Rachael Burks, Athlete Advisor of Pretty Faces Ski Film

by RoseAnne Moises

Pretty Faces is a film celebrating women who thrive in the snow. The concept for the film was originated by professional big mountain skier and SheJumps co-founder, Lynsey Dyer with the objective of giving women and girls (young and old)… Read More →

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Liftopia Weekly Goods: Oct. 6, 2014

by RoseAnne Moises

You know that white stuff that we all love to ski and ride on? Well, whether you prefer it made by the hand of Mother Nature or by powerful, high-tech snowmaking systems, plenty of it is already being seen at ski resorts… Read More →

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3 New Books for The Skier’s and Rider’s Library

by Troy Hawks

I don’t know if you call it a “ski-brary” or a “librare-ski,” but here are three books that we’d recommend adding to that dusty old stack of tattered ski literature sitting on your corner shelf. The works speak to the… Read More →