Not happy about the vibes swirling around election season? Me either. It was freakin’ rough! Now that it’s over I’m focusing on more important things, like tuning my skis and watching the snow forecast.
I’m ready to lose myself in the flow of a long powder run.
If you feel the same, do what I do and watch some good skiing/riding films, prep your gear, and plan a trip! It’s not too soon to set plans in motion and it will cheer you up.
Saving a few bucks could mean a lot and may even provide an opportunity to spend another few extra days playing in the fluffy stuff. Here are a few ideas to save on your trip
Looking forward to the 2016–17 ski season, there are new and exciting things in store for skiers and riders. BIG stuff! This is a really long post, so grab a snack and play some pounding ski tunes to set the mood. This list starts with what’s new at Utah’s resorts, then covers deals and passes, so make sure you get to the end!
The tech under foot is the beginning, and then there is the tech in your pocket, on your body, or even your ride to the hill. I decided to dig around for some inexpensive fun stuff that could make your next ski or snowboarding experience more fun.
Lessons can ease anxiety and speed your learning curve, a good thing when you have a limited number of days to play! And trust me, you can learn to ski and have a blast during a ski holiday.
Concerned about saving money, convenience, comfort, and the environment? If so, I have a solution for you – the Ski Bus.
If you’re planning a ski vacation, this is the time to book dates. But let’s face it, skiing and riding can be hard on the budget if you have to travel. Luckily, I have six tips that will save you from pawning grandma’s silver to fund your turns…
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