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Zack Giffin: Living Tiny, Skiing Large

by Kristen Lummis

Imagine living in, and skiing out of, a house that’s only 112 square feet. While you might jokingly think that this tiny house is not much larger than your ski boot bag, professional skier Zack Giffin does just that, sometimes… Read More →

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Skiing in the Shadow of Zeus: Warren Miller’s Battle with The Gods

by Gina Bégin

Loaded horses plod along the village’s ancient cobblestone paths. A woman, hunched with age, looks on with an inquisitive but smiling gaze. It’s not every day that brightly-clad skiers from North America travel through her tiny hometown. This is Greece,… Read More →

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North America’s Favorite Groomers

by Kristen Lummis

Every resort, every mountain and every hill, whether big or small, has at least one great groomed run. Last month, we shared a list of North America’s Favorite Mogul Runs. This month, in that same spirit of social media inclusivity,… Read More →

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Ski Resorts For Early Season Skiing

by Eric Wagnon

The masses arrive at ski resorts during the holiday week between Christmas and New Year’s. Serious skiers and boarders often can’t wait that long, but they also want a significant amount of available open terrain. Early December can be a… Read More →

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Let it Snow! – Liftopia Goods: Nov. 10, 2014

by RoseAnne Moises

As the temperatures drop and the snow sightings become more frequent, resorts across North America are beginning to open one by one. The lifts have already began to spun at a handful of resorts, while others are ferociously preparing for opening day…. Read More →

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North America’s Favorite Mogul Runs

by Kristen Lummis

Love to ski bumps? So do we, so this fall we went in search of “North America’s Favorite Mogul Runs.” Although hardly scientific, we put out calls on social media asking skiers and snowboarders to name their favorite bump runs. We… Read More →

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5 Ways To Ski Naked (or Nearly Naked)

by Patrick Thorne

Sub-zero temperatures and little/no clothing is not a combination that works for most people. Yet there’s something about the silliness of skiing in swimwear, or less, that proves attractive to some. If you’re one of those people, there are opportunities… Read More →

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13 Ways To Après-Ski Around the World

by Katie Coakley

There’s no denying it: sometimes the best part of a ski day is the après-ski. From laid-back to lascivious, there are all sorts of après opportunities around the world. We know how it works in our own backyards, like New… Read More →

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Ski Bums Pick: North America’s 10 Most Livable Ski Towns Year-Round

by Gina Bégin

Is this you? You have moments when you study the calendar in front of your office desk and question what you did with all those days gone by. Your body feels sluggish and you think your back might be permanently… Read More →

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What’s New In The New England Après Ski Scene?

by Steve Jermanok

There’s very little “new” in New England and that’s just the way we like it. We’re proud of our history in this little corner of the country, including home to some of the oldest ski resorts in the nation. After… Read More →