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Video: Banff and Lake Louise’s #ProjectSnow 

Banff #ProjectSnow

Banff and Lake Louise is one of the most picturesque ski destinations in the world, and the resort’s most recent artistic endeavor, dubbed #ProjectSnow, celebrated the beauty and grand scale of its Canadian Rockies setting. World-renowned “snow artist” Simon Beck created three spectacular works using Banff’s snowy mountain landscapes as his canvas and his snowshoes as his brushes. […]

Video: See what 4′ of fresh looks like on CB’s new Teocalli 2 terrain 

Crested Butte Teo 2

Typically Colorado’s snowiest month, March has been good to Crested Butte and just about every other Colorado ski resort. Within the last two weeks, Crested Butte saw nearly four feet (45 inches) of new snowfall. The wintry bounty has incited many seasoned Crested Butte skiers and snowboarders to test out the goods on the resort’s newest expert […]

3/4/15: Where did it snow in the Western U.S.? 

Aspen snow, Snowmass snow

For Colorado, New Mexico and Utah powder-hungry skiers and snowboarders, March has certainly come in like a lion snow leopard. Two strong storm systems, which also brought one to three feet of snow to Mammoth and the Lake Tahoe ski resorts, barreled across much of the Western U.S. within the past seven to 10 days. The […]

3/3/15: Where did it snow in California? 

snow mammoth, Mammoth snow

It’s time for California skiers and snowboarders to put away the headbands and spring-skiing duds and breakout the Gore-Tex again; winter has returned to the Sierras! Thanks to two cold, snow-producing storm systems that moved across California and much of the Western U.S., many California resorts have reported one to three feet of new snow within the […]

Poll: Who is cuter? Baby snowboarders or skiers 

mosiac

Toddlers in snow gear, with their little mittens and over-sized helmets and goggles, are cute enough, but when they start sliding around on the snow and developing their own stoke for snowsports they become unbearably adorable. We’ve been having an internal debate in the Ski.com offices about who is cuter: baby snowboarders or skiers. We […]

Video: Corbet’s Couloir, a day on the edge 

Jackson Hole Corbet's Couloir

Here’s a treat for your Wednesday: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort just posted a hilarious video documenting some first-timers dropping into Corbet’s Couloir. Complete with witty commentary a la “Wipeout” and some pretty epic crashes, this video shows what the typical Jackson Hole visitor experiences when considering a Corbet’s drop. Watch Corbet’s Couloir: A Day on the […]

Who will fest the best at Breck Spring Fever 2015? 

Spring Fever Park Jam

It’s no secret that Breckenridge offers spring skiers great late-season conditions and an abundance of soul-warming, smile-producing Colorado sunshine. It’s definitely a top destination if great weather and fresh snow are high on your spring-skiing must-haves, but what makes Breckenridge exceptional during the spring is its month-long event and concert festival, Spring Fever. From March 11 […]

Top spring events in 2015 

Aspen Snowmass spring jam top spring events

Winter isn’t over, yet. But our second-favorite season is just around the corner. It’s time to slather on the Zinka, break out the retro ski gear and celebrate spring! From your hometown hill to top-ten destinations, all ski resorts host spring-skiing celebrations. We know you’re a discerning bunch, so this year we compiled a list of […]

Gallery: the best of Breckenridge 

historic Breckenridge

Boasting 1.6 million skier and snowboard visits last season, Breckenridge is one of North America’s most popular ski resorts for several good reasons. Breckenridge delivers a variety of high-level experiences for skiers and snowboarders who enjoy high-alpine bowl skiing, world-class terrain parks and pristine groomers; for history buffs who enjoy Breckenridge’s mining-era charm; and for party-goers who […]

Telluride superlatives | two sunny days in the San Juans 

Telluride ski resort

Most of us skiers and snowboarders have a favorite ski resort that ticks all the boxes. Whether it’s top-ten destination or just our hometown hill, we use these favorite ski resorts to compare all other experiences against. Telluride tops my list as “the best” ski resort in many categories. After spending a sunny weekend in the San […]

Follow The Wonder Routes at Whistler Blackcomb 

The Wonder Routes, Steeps Sampler

Whistler Blackcomb—the largest ski resort in North America—offers endless terrain for skiers and snowboarders. With all that wonderful space to play comes a unique challenge: planning your ski day (or ski week) and navigating 8,000 acres of skiable terrain. That’s where The Wonder Routes come in handy. Whistler Blackcomb has put together this collection of visual […]

Trip report: a ski in ski out family affair at Beaver Creek 

Our morning view from Beaver Creek Landing: Beaver Creek Lower Mountain Express lift silhouetted by a brilliant sunrise.

Ever since my grandparents learned to ski at Alta in 1939—the year the resort’s first chairlift was installed—skiing has been passed down from generation to generation in my family and, like many ski families, has become a large part of what binds us. Thus, it was a quite a treat when three generations of our […]