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The 2014/2015 Mountain Collective Pass: 6 Legendary Destinations

by RoseAnne Moises

It’s that time of the year again – Spring skiing is kicking in, and the best deals for next Winter’s season passes are coming out! Unsure which destination you’ll opt for in 2014-2015?  Why choose one when you can have… Read More →

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What’s Changed In The World’s Ski Industry Over the Past 30 Years?

by Patrick Thorne

I’m not really sure how it happened, but somehow I’ve had a blessed life so far.  I met a beautiful girl at college and while we were young and foolish, we made (against our parents’ advice) what turned out to… Read More →

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Play Hooky & Hit the Slopes With This Doctor’s Note

by RoseAnne Moises

Now that the 3rd Annual Play Hooky & Ski Week has finally arrived, you’re going to need a way out of work/class. Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Present this doctor’s note to your boss/teacher, and you’ll be in… Read More →

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How To Play Hooky & Ski Guilt-Free

by RoseAnne Moises

The 3rd Annual Play Hooky & Ski Week is right around the corner, meaning it’s time to check another one off your list of reasons why you can’t come into the office or classroom next week. (Already used up your quota of… Read More →

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Presenting Liftopia’s Where I’ve Skied Challenge

by Katie Kearsey

Have you ever taken the time to think about how many ski areas you’ve been to in your life?  Whether or not you’ve been to more mountains than your friends & family members?  Or maybe whether or not you’ve been… Read More →

Living Like a Local with the Mountain Collective Pass, Part 2

by Katie Coakley

You didn’t really think we’d leave you hanging like that, did you? Of course not! To recap, check out the first half of this guide, which features Alta, Snowbird, Jackson Hole, Squaw Valley & Alpine Meadows.  This means There are still three resorts to cover, ensuring that… Read More →

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Liftopia Hits the Road for Ski Season Kickoff Parties

by Katie Kearsey

Skis and snowboards are being waxed and tuned.  The snowflakes are beginning to fly.  Resorts are opening one by one across the country.  All of these signals are telling us one thing – Winter is right around the corner!  To… Read More →

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10 Tips for Starting a Mountain Town Business

by Cody Townsend

The ski bum lifestyle is a dangerously addicting attraction of career procrastination held accountable by unlimited powder chasing. It’s glory cannot be celebrated too much.  But that glory also doesn’t pay those expensive winter heating bills and a diet based… Read More →

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Behind the Scenes: Designing a Bike Park with Gravity Logic

by Rob Cocquyt

And Then There Were Trails:  Some of the oldest trails were “built” by horses, cows, or wild game.  Others appeared under the footsteps of trappers, hunters, and hikers.  Some were dry creekbeds that someone simply decided to call a trail. … Read More →

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Colorado Ski Season Wrap-up

by Kara Williams

With Colorado ski resorts now closed for the season – except for Loveland and Arapahoe Basin, which like to stretch out their ski days well into spring – I figured it might be a good time to look back at… Read More →