While resorts across most of North America are far from spring-like thanks to several recent storms, it’s time to start planning your spring ski vacation! In addition to steep savings, we’re offering a guide to this year’s best spring skiing events in the mountains. Check out our list below, watch the video or visit ski.com/spring
Ski.com attended the 5th Annual Tahoe Snowcial conference last week, an event designed to connect people in snow sports industry and technology, marketing and social media professionals. While you may think Freeskier rippers and Silicon Valley number crunchers don’t have much in common, both groups are fluent in tech talk, and skiing is pretty darn “social.” Yeah,
One of our Mountain Vacation Specialists recently received the above photo from two satisfied clients after sending them on a heli-skiing trip with Canadian Mountain Holidays. Here is what Cindy, our Specialist, has to say about this type of experience: “The Gothics offer a rich selection of both tree and alpine skiing. This is an
A storm rolled through the Tetons on the last weekend of February, blanketing Jackson Hole with more than a foot of pristine powder. The snow that dropped during the storm pushed Jackson Hole Mountain resort over the 300-inch mark for the season, making it one of the best destinations in North America to visit if
Last Friday I had the pleasure of visiting Winter Park Ski Resort for the first time. After reading and hearing about it for the last few years, I knew my one task at hand for the day was to make it over to their famed terrain for bumps and trees: Mary Jane Mountain. After a morning of
Last Friday, a crew of Ski.comers headed up to enjoy the on-mountain goods at our neighbors to the north: Vail. The Annual Vail Ski Day was a huge success with a full day on the mountain, complete with lunch at Two Elks on the edge of their famous Back Bowls and an après-ski session at
Have you ever had a “perfect day”? The kind where you wouldn’t change a single thing from the people you were with and the places you went to, to the things you did there? That sentiment seemed to be a theme this past weekend within myself and nearly everyone I came across. One of those
Last week I spoke about the time-honored tradition of setting goals and resolutions at the beginning of each year. I’d be lying if I said I haven’t already broken one or two for 2013, but I did, however, spend my first weekend of the year visiting a place high on this year’s bucket list – Telluride.