A Sad Time of Year It’s a sad time of year. A few days ago I cleaned out the pockets of my snowboard jacket and pants, folded them up, and put them on the back of the top shelf in my closet. For many of us the season is over. As I mourned the passing… Read the rest of the post!
Is it really time to put away the skis and get out the Summer gear? It’s late April, and my Summer storage situation is complex. My camping gear is packed deep against the back wall of my garage, the dirt bike is sadly sitting covered and in serious need of a tune up. The Spring… Read the rest of the post!
The ski season may be coming to a close in most parts of the country, but Spring celebrations have been going on for weeks! Here’s the low down on some of our favorite events this season. Most of them have already happened, but we figured we’d cover them anyway so you can keep an eye… Read the rest of the post!
Après ski: the art of “drinking, listening to music and making fun of your friend’s epic wipeouts that day.” ~ Feet Banks on après ski at Whistler. Once upon a time, late spring in a ski town was a time of tumbleweeds, lost gloves appearing beneath the chairlift as the snow melted, and frustrated golfers… Read the rest of the post!
There’s still plenty of great skiing to be had this season! Spring skiing means warm temps, sunny skies, soft snow, short lift lines and rockin’ Spring festivals. Deals this great won’t last for long! Colorado Lift Ticket Deals Loveland Lift Tickets from $29.99 save 51% Copper Mountain Lift Tickets from $64.00 save 44% Arapahoe Basin… Read the rest of the post!
I love spring skiing in Colorado, not only because the conditions are great – soft snow, bluebird days, warm afternoons – but because there are so many festive celebrations on the mountains when the season starts to wind down. Here are some Colorado favorites: Keystone Kidtopia: The awesome Kidtopia snow fort on Keystone’s Dercum Mountain… Read the rest of the post!