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Ski bums

Where Did All The Ski Bums Go? 4 Ways Ski Bums Spend Summer

by Gina Bégin

Heat waves heralding the start of Summer melt the ski bums off the hill, giving a ghost town feel to the mountain towns they once overran. Their evaporation from the slopes and bars, laundromats and libraries (for free wifi, of… Read More →

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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6 Tips For Planning Your Next Adventure Trip

by Erika Wiggins

Cold, wet, hungry, and in the middle of nowhere… I was happy for a plan. We’d just climbed out of a slot canyon in the Kingdom of Jordan. Luckily, beds and hot meals were waiting for us at Rummana Camp…. Read More →

Adventure Races

11 Adventure Races That’ll Blow You Away

by Gina Bégin

Have you participated in endurance races like Ragnar, Tough Mudder, and the Zombie Run… and you’re still left wanting more? Compared to the following expedition-style events that test real adventure skills — orienteering, mountain biking, climbing, mountaineering, trekking, kayaking, endurance… Read More →

Ski South America

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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Fly South for Winter: Skiing in New Zealand & Australia

by Eric Wagnon

Summer skiing in North America exists, but the options are few and far between. Take a trip below the Equator, however, and you’ll find something different… the seasons are flipped. South America may be the best-known Southern Hemisphere skiing spot,… Read More →

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How to Live the Outdoor Life — Indefinitely

by Gina Bégin

You’re such a bum. Take it as a compliment: You want to ski, board, climb, kayak, mountain bike, and hike your way through life. You won’t find a judgmental face here; the Liftopia crowd understands where you’re coming from. Heck,… 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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Alta Ski Area Resort Guide

by Erika Wiggins

With more than 116 runs and a whopping 560” of snow per year on average, Alta Ski Area is a solid bet for skiers seeking variety, including challenging terrain. The vibe is relaxed and friendly, but don’t pack your snowboard…. 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 →