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Ski Resort Projects in the Alps: What’s New for 2013-2014

by Patrick Thorne

North America is about two and a half times the size of Europe, and yet Europe has about four times as many ski areas as North America. So it should be no surprise that many of Europe’s ski areas sit… Read More →

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Ski & Snowboard Gear: Best of 2013-2014

by Active Junky

Winter is knocking on the door for you to come out and play. Bring your best toys to the game this season with the best tested ski & snowboard gear picks from Activejunky’s Winter Gear Guide. Tested in Valle Nevado,… Read More →

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A Skier’s Guide to Acclimatization: 5 Tips for Optimizing Performance at High Altitude Ski Areas

by Mike Soucy

Fact: The air at 13,000’ (the top of Arapahoe Basin) has the same percentage of oxygen as the air in Manhattan. However, as you go up in elevation, atmospheric pressure decreases, delivering less oxygen per breath to our red blood… Read More →

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Best Ski Films of 2013

by Annie Agle

This season’s ski films are out and there are some real game changers. From the technical wizardry of Into the Mind, to the emotionally powerful, McConkey, this year’s line-up was both diverse and challenging. Valhalla by Sweetgrass Productions Sweetgrass took… Read More →

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Slope Swag: Winter Gear for Women

by Go Girl

Editor’s Note: This post was written by Nathalie Couët, one of Go Girl’s contributing writers. Our first snowfall hit Québec this past week, and while everyone is whining about the cold, I’m just daydreaming about riding some powder on my snowboard:… Read More →

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Top 10 Helmets

by Active Junky

Politics aside, if history has taught us anything it’s that wearing a helmet, be it on the slopes or on a ride, is a pretty good idea. Active Junky has found a few nifty picks for the upcoming season that… Read More →

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Top 4 Places to Learn to Ski & Snowboard

by Dave Belin

Right now, you are probably daydreaming about the sweet lines you want to rip this winter, the new boards you are hoping Santa will bring you, or how cool you will look in the sweet puffy you just bought. But… 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 →

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Teaching Kids to Ski & Snowboard: Help Your Little Ones Hit the Slopes

by Keryn Means

Old man winter has taken over the thermostat. Temperatures are dropping around the northern hemisphere and mountains are starting to see a few flakes of snow. All too soon ski lifts chairs will be moving up the mountain, bringing ski… Read More →

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Getting Ready for Ski Season: A Canadian Ski Patroller’s Perspective

by Mark Crone

What’s your idea of getting ready for the ski season? Do you just grab your skis at the first big snow of the year and go? Do you have some kind of fitness routine to get ready for the rigours… Read More →