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  • Video: Recap of Winter Storm Stella

    Winter Storm Stella just pounded the Northeast, and there’s two more storm systems heading their way. New England resorts could close out the 2016-17 ski season with some of their deepest snowpacks ever. Check out this video from Ski the East for the storm recap, weekend conditions and what’s next. Stowe, VT – 38-52″ in […] The post Video: Recap of Winter Storm Stella appeared first on Ski Vacatio...

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  • Snow expected to return to Sierras + Rockies this week

    The Western U.S., particularly the Rockies, have been in a bit of a snow slump the past couple weeks. For sun worshipers and fans of spring skiing, this has been a boon, but it looks like the warm, sunny conditions might be soon letting way. Powderchasers.com is forecasting snow in the Sierras on Tuesday and […] The post Snow expected to return to Sierras + Rockies this week appeared first on Ski ...

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  • How to ski Highland Bowl with Strafe Outerwear

    There’s a place where the mountains meet the heavens, and, if you can get there, you actually feel like you’ve died and gone to heaven. Literally. It’s that spectacularly scenic, and the famous 782-foot vertical hike is real doozy. Depending on fitness level, the march to the pinnacle takes 20 to 50 minutes. But, as […] The post How to ski Highland Bowl with Strafe Outerwear appeared first on Ski ...

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  • How to harness 70s style on the slopes this spring

    With the advent of modern technology like rockered skis, heated gondolas with wi-fi and technical outerwear customized for a variety of weather conditions, it’s hard to say that any time other now was the best time to be a skier. But, there’s something really awesome about having lived and skied through the “early days.” In […] The post How to harness 70s style on the slopes this spring appeared f...

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  • A serious guide to successful pond skimming

    If you’ve ever watched a gender-confused gorilla on snow blades glide over—or crash into—an icy pool to the delight of a jubilant crowd, and, thought, “boy, I wish I could be like them,” it’s time you took the plunge (pun intended). For tips on how to receive the most amount of cheers, laughs and high […] The post A serious guide to successful pond skimming appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.

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  • Top ski resorts for closing day events

    Spring is a bittersweet time of year for us skiers and snowboarders. As the days get longer we’re reminded that winter is coming to a close. In less than a month most North American ski resorts will stop the bullwheel from turning for the season. But don’t fret, there’s still plenty of time to get […] The post Top ski resorts for closing day events appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.

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  • The most popular ski vacations of 2017

    Ski.com provides ski customized vacations to 120+ resorts worldwide, but our clients clearly have a few favorites. Read on to see the top 10 most popular destinations booked in 2017 to be skied this season and learn why these ski resorts are so well-loved. Top 10 most popular ski vacations of 2017 1. Snowmass With its […] The post The most popular ski vacations of 2017 appeared first on Ski Vacati...

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  • How to conquer closing day

    That bittersweet time of year is upon us once again. Closing day marks the end of another awesome winter, which is cause to mourn the passing season and celebrate it. Most resorts host friendly competitions and/or base-area concerts and dance parties—often beer-enhanced. From costumes to throw-back-style skiing, participants in end-of-season revelry also have a range […] The post How to conquer cl...

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  • Video: Eddie the Eagle still has it

    Over the weekend, Olympic ski-jumping veteran Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards proved to the world that he can still fly with the best of them. Almost three decades after his famous debut at the 1988 Calgary Olympics, Eddie landed the 18, 38, and 70 meter jumps, receiving raucous applause, at a reunion event at the Calgary […] The post Video: Eddie the Eagle still has it appeared first on Ski Vacation Bl...

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  • Best apres ski scenes in North America

    After a smile-inducing day on the slopes, nothing can quite put a proper cap on the experience like an authentic, celebratory apres-ski session. Whether you’re looking for a cold, locally crafted brew or libation, live music, friendly locals, finger-licking appetizers or perhaps even a felicitous hot tub encounter, you’ll find just what you seek at […] The post Best apres ski scenes in North Ameri...

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  • Snow returns to Colorado

    Colorado has been experiencing a bit of dry spell in February, on the heels of a very snowy December and January that put the state’s snowpack at above-normal levels. However, the two- to three-week snowstorm drought ended today, as it’s a powder day! Crested Butte is well on its way to surpassing record snowfall with 23 […] The post Snow returns to Colorado appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.

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  • Which ski resort has the most snow?

    The race is on! It’s been a record-breaking snowfall year for many Western U.S. ski resorts, especially those located in California’s Sierra Nevadas. In fact, it’s been so deep at Lake Tahoe that several resorts might even make it to the 700-inch mark. Extended season announcements are already happening, and it’s clear that spring-skiing conditions […] The post Which ski resort has the most snow? ...

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  • 2 days in Vancouver, B.C.: the ultimate Whistler tack-on trip

    Photo: Tourism Vancouver / Albert Normandin Travel + Leisure rated Vancouver, British Columbia one of the “Best Cities in North America,” and for good reason. It’s an incredible melting pot of Asian, European and Native (First Nation) cultures, all of which are evident in the city’s modern and historic building, shops and restaurants. Moreover, this coastal […] The post 2 days in Vancouver, B.C.: ...

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  • More snow just fell on an already buried Jackson Hole

    In the aftermath of a furiously deep snow storm earlier in February, which dumped 100 inches in 12 days and closed down the resort for five days due to a power outage, Jackson Hole is still getting pounded. Earlier this week, the resort received another three feet of snow in four days, and there’s more […] The post More snow just fell on an already buried Jackson Hole appeared first on Ski Vacatio...

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  • Video: Skiing knows no age | 99-year-old Utah powderhound

    As passionate skiers and snowboarders, we all hope to be like George Jedenoff some day. The 99-year-old really loves skiing and gets out on the slopes as much as he’s able—no matter what the conditions are. George is no fair-weather skier; he’s a true enthusiast. For the third ski season in a row, Ski Utah […] The post Video: Skiing knows no age | 99-year-old Utah powderhound appeared first on Ski...

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  • Nearly 30″ of snow headed to Montana

    Tonight through Wednesday, a big snow storm is in the works for Montana. According to NOAA, Big Sky Resort is expected to receive 27 inches and Whitefish Mountain should see about 10 inches of fresh fall. Follow the snow and book your Montana ski trip today! Start by filling out a free, custom quote. The post Nearly 30″ of snow headed to Montana appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.

  • A Kid’s Guide to Keystone Resort

    What’s safe, what’s accessible, what’s fun? Photo: Keystone Resort Welcome to Keystone, Colorado—a three peak, two base, ski resort in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. With only an hour drive from Denver off the I-70 highway, Keystone Resort is an accessible ski retreat for both locals and visitors. With 58% expert terrain, Keystone may […] The post A Kid’s Guide to Keystone Resort appeared first...

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  • Aspen Snowmass family ski trip: Day 4

    You would be hard-pressed to find any family where marked differences among its members aren’t present. The same goes for families of skiers and snowboarders—everyone has their own preferences when it comes to what they want to experience at a mountain destination, and their own level of comfort when it comes to the type of […] The post Aspen Snowmass family ski trip: Day 4 appeared first on Ski V...

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  • 1/24/17: Where is it snowing in the Western U.S.?

    Yet another bountiful storm system has blessed the West! California, Colorado, Wyoming and Utah skiers and riders are enjoying deep days. So deep, in fact, that many California and Utah resorts have had to close lifts, again. See who’s received the most snow below: California resorts receive up to 53″ of snow over the weekend […] The post 1/24/17: Where is it snowing in the Western U.S.? appeared ...

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  • Aspen Snowmass family ski trip: Day 3

    You would be hard-pressed to find any family where marked differences among its members aren’t present. The same goes for families of skiers and snowboarders—everyone has their own preferences when it comes to what they want to experience at a mountain destination, and their own level of comfort when it comes to the type of […] The post Aspen Snowmass family ski trip: Day 3 appeared first on Ski V...

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  • Concierge Conversations: Beaver Run Resort – Breckenridge, CO

    Insider, local knowledge is key if you’re looking to tick off all the must-do activities, see all the highlights and have an authentic experience on your next ski trip. Locals are chock full of ideas and inspiration to make your ski trip unforgettable, so who better to tap for insider guidance, than the local lodging […] The post Concierge Conversations: Beaver Run Resort – Breckenridge, CO appear...

  • 1/16/17: Where is it snowing in the Alps + Japan?

    We love reporting good snow news and there’s been a lot of that lately, especially for Western U.S. skiers and riders. But, they’re not the only ones! The weekend brought a snow-laden storm to the northwestern and northern Alps, and it’s still snowing! Hokkaido is also enjoying its legendary “Japanuary” conditions. In fact, we currently […] The post 1/16/17: Where is it snowing in the Alps + Japan...

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  • What is gelande quaffing?

    By Morgan Tilton The Ultimate Game for Snow and Beer Lovers Gelande quaffing is a dream-come-true competition for snow-obsessed mountain dwellers and visitors. The annual “sporting” event is a ski and snowboarder’s iteration of the football lover’s Super Bowl—however, the game includes a higher density of beer, fireworks, smoke, wild creatures, party tricks, costumes and […] The post What is gelan...

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  • Aspen Snowmass Family Ski Trip: Day 2

    You would be hard-pressed to find any family where marked differences among its members aren’t present. The same goes for families of skiers and snowboarders—everyone has their own preferences when it comes to what they want to experience at a mountain destination, and their own level of comfort when it comes to the type of […] The post Aspen Snowmass Family Ski Trip: Day 2 appeared first on Ski V...

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  • 1/11/2017: Where is it snowing in the U.S.?

    Over the past week, winter storms have been pounding the Western U.S., resulting in snorkel-worthy powder for lucky skiers and snowboarders and even a few resort closures. California came out as the winner, receiving as much as 46 inches in 48 hours in some areas! According to Joel Gratz at OpenSnow, most areas in Colorado received […] The post 1/11/2017: Where is it snowing in the U.S.? appeared ...

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  • Crested Butte closes because of too much snow

    Original article by 9News A Colorado ski resort got so much snow Monday, it was forced to close early. At about 1:30 p.m. on Monday, Crested Butte posted on Facebook that they would be closing lifts due to safety concerns for guests and employees. They said Monday they hoped to have everything running again normally […] The post Crested Butte closes because of too much snow appeared first on Ski V...

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  • 7 top North America resorts to learn to ski

    January is Learn to Ski Month, so there’s no better time to start thinking about where you’d like to experience your first ski vacation. We’ve compiled a list of North America’s best resorts for first timers thanks to their specialized learning programs, state-of-the-art facilities, accessibility and unique beginner experiences. After a lesson or two with […] The post 7 top North America resorts t...

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  • Aspen Snowmass Family Ski Trip: Day 1

    You would be hard-pressed to find any family where marked differences among its members aren’t present. The same goes for families of skiers and snowboarders—everyone has their own preferences when it comes to what they want to experience at a mountain destination, and their own level of comfort when it comes to the type of […] The post Aspen Snowmass Family Ski Trip: Day 1 appeared first on Ski V...

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  • 1/4/2017: Where is it snowing in the U.S. + Japan?

    Many Western U.S. resorts are about to receive—or in the midst of—the most bountiful series of storms of the ski season, thus far. This means multiple feet of snow for many regions. We’re talking up to 27 inches in a 24-hour period, and we’re looking at you California. Colorado resorts could see upwards of 40-plus […] The post 1/4/2017: Where is it snowing in the U.S. + Japan? appeared first on Sk...

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  • 1/3/2017: Where is it snowing in Europe?

    Many European resorts are getting excited for not one, but two winter storms descending along the northern Alps of Switzerland and Austria. According to wepowder, between nine and 40 inches could fall over the next six days throughout targeted areas. Accumulation is starting off slow today but will intensify early Wednesday, bringing in at least 20 inches of […] The post 1/3/2017: Where is it snow...

  • Take a moonlit gondola ride at these 7 restaurants

    By Brianne Shelley for Mountain Reservations What better way to end a long day of skiing and snowboarding than a moonlit gondola ride to an award-winning mountain-top dinner? Take in breathtaking, night-time scenery and enjoy delicious cuisine at these seven resort restaurants. 1. Game Creek Restaurant – Vail Photo: Vail Resorts Hop on the gondola […] The post Take a moonlit gondola ride at these ...

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