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Ski Europe: How To Plan Your First Trip & What To Expect

by Patrick Thorne

There are many things in North America that are bigger, and in some ways better, than in Europe.  And while the debate can continue eternally over which continent offers a better skiing experience, some facts are indisputable: There are bigger… Read More →

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10 Ways to Repurpose Your Ski Gear

by Katie Coakley

There comes a time in every skier and snowboarder’s life where you have to say goodbye to the ones you love. Maybe it’s the 10 year-old Volant Machetes that lasted through the good times and are now relegated to late-season… Read More →

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Ski South America During the Northern Summer

by Patrick Thorne

Apart from a few well-known destinations like Chile’s Portillo and Argentina’s Barilloche, many of us don’t know much about the skiing and snowboarding scene down in South America (or up, depending on which way you choose to look at the… Read More →

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Summer Skiing: Get Your Snow Fix During North America’s Off-Season

by Patrick Thorne

For those that crave the snow even when Winter is over – Fear not! Somewhere in the world, at almost any time of the day, a snowy slope is open for your skiing or boarding pleasure. Today, there are more… Read More →

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4 Steps To Overcoming Your End Of Ski Season Blues

by Annie Agle

Most people greet the coming of spring with enthusiasm and joy. “OMG. Summer’s coming!” Shouts the floppy-hat girl in flip-flops. Soon masses of misguided warm-weather lovers will begin prancing around in their sundresses and hipster ball caps while gabbing about… Read More →

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Copper Mountain Resort Guide

by Red Rainey

Copper Mountain’s entire ethos is about having maximum amount of fun possible while you’re on their turf. They’ve got a world-class gem of a mountain, cutting edge off-snow facilities and a super-friendly vibe from the ground up. Be sure to… Read More →

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Your Desire To Ski Might Be In Your Genes

by Lisa Richardson

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 →

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Innovations in Learn to Ski and Snowboard Programs

by Dave Belin

Ask people to describe their first day on skis or a snowboard and you’ll likely get a variety of adjectives: exciting, fun, and thrilling, but also scary, frustrating, and intimidating. Ski area managers and snowsports school directors would rather hear… Read More →

Ten Ways to Avoid the Crowds, Even on the Busiest Week

10 Ways to Avoid the Crowds, Even on the Busiest Week

by Lisa Richardson

If you want to be assured of an awesome experience, the safest approach is usually to follow the crowd. (Have you ever eaten at a restaurant that’s completely deserted? Chances are the food, the service, and/or your overall dining experience… Read More →

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How To Pace Yourself During an 8-hour Day on the Slopes

by Mark Crone

You may be reading this post/article because you are a fan of the Liftopia Blog and you’re reading through various posts. I like it too because of the great tips, advice and information. But you may have come to this… Read More →