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Tips for Ski Travel

Traveling for ski season is expensive, there’s no real way around it. You can, however, make it easier on yourself and manage to pinch a couple pennies at the same time. Here’s a couple quick tips on how to best travel for a ski trip.  Make the Best Use of Space The airlines are tricky. […] Read more…

Speak Japanese and Sh*t

Going Skiing in Japan? There’s a Guide for That. It’s on every skier and snowboarder’s list, or at least it should be. Those who have discovered the playful pillows and bottomless powder found in Japan will be spewing about it for months on end and have probably already booked next year’s trip. What else will […] Read more…

Berthoud Pass Backcountry Skiing: Trip Report

Colorado is known for its skiing, and while the big resorts are great, Colorado offers a plentiful array of backcountry skiing opportunities as well. An hour from Denver gets you to Berthoud Pass, which is roughly what it takes to reach the Winter Park resort. As an old ski area, you will find some open […] Read more…

6 Hidden Huts You Have to See

Tam McArthur Rim Huts, Oregon This is my home hut, so maybe I’m biassed, but it is amazing. The two small huts are nestled at the base of Three Creeks lake with Tam Rim jutting upward on all sides. The beauty of this hut is its ease of access. A short morning skin takes you […] Read more…

Opening Day – What Ski Resorts are Open and When

Fall is here and winter is around the bend. It’s time to start sharpening those skis, picking your pass, and watching for opening day near you! With a heavy snowfall forecast for this upcoming season everyone is anxious to see what happens. Places in Canada are already getting snow, so we thought we’d round up […] Read more…

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