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Photo Tour: Colorado

“What does blue sky look like? I forgot.” “Maybe we’ll see the sun tomorrow.” “I kind of wish it would stop snowing.” “Did you check the PowCam this morning? No? Neither did I—it doesn’t even matter.” “The lifts stopped? Because of snow??” Too much snow, not enough bluebird days, and ski operations shutting down from […] Read more…

January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month

For the past couple years, we’ve partnered up with SkiandSnowboardMonth.org to sponsor Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month. It’s no secret that the ski industry is desperate for fresh meat, but learning to ski or snowboard is full of obstacles. SkiandSnowboardMonth.org was put together to encourage people to get out on the slopes. Between the […] Read more…

Skis.com Joins #FirstDayFaces

Look who had a great time skiing in Utah @skiutahsnowrpt ! Our 2015 #firstdayfaces winner – Jackie and her kids. pic.twitter.com/96RhZ4K5CC — Ski&Snowboard Month (@Learn2SkiBoard) March 21, 2016 This year we’re excited to join forces with SkiandSowboardMonth.org to support this year’s #FirstDayFaces campaign. The #FirstDayFaces movement was launched to help encourage people to get outside […] Read more…

David Wise Continues His Path to Halfpipe Domination on the World Stage

  As Men’s Halfpipe was set to start, Mother Nature decided it would toss in some weather to mix things up. The wet and heavy snow was slowing the skiers down, to the point where their normal amplitude and even trick choice was altered. With Lyman Currier getting injured, and Torin–Yater Wallace failing to make […] Read more…

Emotional Rollercoaster in Men’s Super G with Bode Miller and Andrew Weibrecht

  It seems like the U.S. Olympic Alpine Skiers were feeling like the Olympic Games were slipping away from them, as the Austrians had been dominating the medal count. With Lindsey Vonn out due to injury, people looked to Bode Miller and Ted Ligety to step up to the plate for the Americans. Up until […] Read more…

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