Category | Skiing

Stratton: Classic Vermont Skiing

Posted on 25 February 2015

By Stevenson Swanson Stratton’s reputation for wide, open trails did not really hit me until my son and I stood at the top of the Sunriser Supertrail during a late-winter… Continue reading »

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Snow Flurries: Mountain Resort Spas Vanquish Stress

Posted on 16 February 2015

  by Kim McHugh Photographs courtesy of the resorts Mountain Resort Spas Vanquish Stress (Part 1) For centuries spas and soothing mineral springs have been vanquishing the specters of ill… Continue reading »

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TechnoSnow Gear

Posted on 10 February 2015

By Neil Wolkodoff The SnowSports Industries Association brings out new products for retailers to evaluate in preparation for the 2015-2016 snow season. After scouring 250,000 square feet of exhibits and… Continue reading »

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Snow Flurries: Palette Pleasing High Mountain Restaurants

Posted on 02 February 2015

By Kim McHugh Serving Zagat Survey-worthy cuisine and postcard views, these snow country restaurants invite you to pull up a chair and eat yourself silly. From entrées such as Pecan… Continue reading »

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Utah: Spring Skiing & Fly Fishing

Posted on 26 January 2015

By Cathie Arquilla I am a graceful skier.  I like to make pretty turns on groomed runs that are not too steep, not too bumpy. As for powder skiing, I… Continue reading »

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Exclusive Powder at Beaver Creek

Posted on 19 January 2015

Story & photos by David McKay Wilson Vail and Beaver Creek will become the center of the ski world in early February when the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships return… Continue reading »

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Wasatch Powderbird Guides: The Thrill of Utah Heliskiing

Posted on 13 January 2015

by Kim McHugh Photos courtesy Wasatch Powderbird Guides It is quiet now except for an occasional ooh and aah. Minutes ago, a Wasatch Powderbird Guides helicopter set our group on a… Continue reading »

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Midmountain Majesty at Telluride’s Chic Madeline Hotel

Posted on 12 January 2015

By Everett Potter Telluride is Hollywood’s idea of a Western ski town. Thanks to a late 19th-century silver boom, it is packed with ornate clapboard Victorian homes, most of them… Continue reading »

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Snow Flurries: Exploring Slopes On A Snow Bike

Posted on 16 December 2014

  By Kim McHugh Remember your first bike? Mine was a candy apple red Schwinn and I wish I could have ridden it year round. But I grew up in… Continue reading »

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Snow Flurries: British Columbia Heliskiing

Posted on 18 November 2014

  by Kim McHugh (Photos courtesy of Randy Lincks/Andrew Doran — TLH Heliskiing) The storm clouds made themselves at home in the mountainous valley like a sports fanatic in a La-Z-Boy… Continue reading »

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