Month: March 2015

Crested Butte Revealed: Colorado’s Hidden Gem

“The last great Colorado ski town.” Crested Butte holds tight to this claim; whether it’s true or not, you will have to decide for yourself. When talking to Coloradans who have explored the state from top to bottom, two places continuously come up—Telluride and Crested Butte, as must see locales. A mining town from the […] Read more…

The Best Websites to Geek Out On Skiing

Skiers are a unique breed. We live, eat and breathe this sport. With other sports, there may only be a few resources for fans and loyalists to get their news, information and the low down on what is happening within their sport or hobby. As skiers we want to know what is going on all […] Read more…

Wet Your Whistle Slope Side: Top Ten Ski Drinks

Here’s a guest post from one of our Skis.com team members Steve Nowak, who weighs in here on slope side drinks. The next time you’re on the slopes, I’m guessing it will be highly unlikely that you’ll cross paths with a friendly St. Bernard that has a cask of brandy around his neck, especially since […] Read more…

Picking the One Ski Quiver

How to Pick the One Ski Quiver

The one ski quiver. Is there really such a thing these days? Not everyone wants, or has the ability, to build a rack of skis for every condition imaginable. I’m sure you know the skier who has the short rippers for the park, fatty powder skis that might as well be two snowboards, and the […] Read more…

Nuts Make great ski snacks

Best Snacks for a Day of Skiing

Everyone knows that skiing, while it may look like an easy and care free good time (and it can be), actually burns a ton of calories. In one hour of skiing a 154 pound person can burn 595 calories. With that being said, it’s very important you stay hydrated and fueled while you are out […] Read more…