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Blast From The Past: Ski Resorts, Then and Now

by Katie Coakley

Though skiing has been utilized as a method of transport for almost five thousand years, our snow loving predecessors didn’t really start utilizing the fluffy white stuff for purely recreational purposes until the end of the 19th century. The first… Read More →

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Top 10 New Skis For The 2015 Season

by Jason Whitehouse

Whether you’re in the market for new skis or just looking to keep with up the newest technologies, the 2014-15 season brings with it some of the most innovative gear yet! We’ve put together this list of our top picks… Read More →

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A Beginner’s Guide to Adaptive Skiing

by Heather Balogh

Ralph Green lost his left leg at the hip as a result of a random street shooting in Brooklyn. He was only 15 when he was gunned down. Vasu Sojitra was merely 9 months old when he was diagnosed with… 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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5 Ways To Overcome Fear On The Slopes

by Erika Wiggins

Fear is no fun. And learning to ski or ride for the first time, or leveling up to new a challenge, can bring it up. It doesn’t matter that a run is an easy green; if it’s new for you,… Read More →

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Get Your Ski Gear Ready For The Upcoming Season

by Kristen Lummis

Remember spring? It was only a few months ago. Maybe you were still skiing in April and May, or maybe your season had ended, but here at Liftopia, we offered you some advice, gently suggesting that you wax and tune… Read More →

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Ski Boot Buying 101: Fit Is The New Sexy

by Erika Wiggins

My favorite shoes are neither cute nor sexy and I typically can’t wait to take them off at the end of the day. I spent a lot money and time choosing these oh-so-clunky kicks but they reward me every time… Read More →

Lean To Ski Or Ride at Age 30 & Beyond

Learn to Ski or Ride at Age 30 & Beyond

by David Sandel

I’ve always been somewhat of a late bloomer. It wreaked havoc on my professional football career: I was 5’3 and 98 lbs as a freshman in high school. Nevertheless, I didn’t let that get me down. It took a little… Read More →

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Newest Ski Movies of 2014

by Troy Hawks

My favorite time to watch ski movies is in the late summer and fall. Why? Because it’s been more than three months since my last ski turn, and it’s going to be a few more months before my next ski… Read More →

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How Addicted to Winter Are You?

by Katie Coakley

In the mountains, summers are sacred. Before you know it, they’re gone. However, for all of summer’s fleeting nature, there are some folks that think that they last just a bit too long—they’re ready for winter. There are several ways… Read More →