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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 […]

Perfect storm on Powder Highway: new snow, cheap gas + strong U.S. $ 

Powder Highway

For U.S. residents, the time is nigh to make that trip to interior British Columbia’s snow-magnet region, the Powder Highway. It seems the perfect combination of a lot of new snow, a beneficial exchange rate and low oil prices have aligned to make it a great time to go on a ski trip to Canada. Within […]

Jackson Hole celebrates 50 years with 5 incredible videos 

Jackson Hole video

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort celebrates its 50th anniversary this ski season, and they’re looking back on five decades of wild, untamed adventure in the Tetons with a five-part video series. Scroll down to see the videos that have premiered so far this season and read a brief history of Jackson Hole. Episode Two: Jackson Hole’s 50th—Born to be […]

5 days in Breckenridge: A spring break guide 

Breckenridge Peak 6

If you are sick of shoveling snow and putting up with bitter cold temps and gray skies, it’s time you booked a ski trip to Breckenridge, Colorado, the spring break capitol of Ski Country. During the months of March and April, Breckenridge is the ultimate destination for skiers and snowboarders seeking warm sunshine, great late-season […]

Where’s the best snow? Chase the storms to these ski resorts. 

Skier Jeff Annetts on The Crags at Jackson Hole, Feb. 5 | Photo: Chris Figenshaw, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

What’s your motivation to book a ski vacation? For some Ski.com clients, their impetus is a big storm. Now that we’re just past the halfway point for this ski season, here’s your guide to the ski resorts with the best snow right now: Chase the snow to Canada. Canada is good bet for scoring great snow conditions […]

Jackson Hole passes 265 inches of snowfall for the season 

Corbet's Couloir Jackson Hole

Where’s the best skiing right now? Of course the answer is subjective. Some may claim the Northeast has the best skiing right now after several storms dropped a few feet on East Coast ski resorts. We’ve received reports that British Columbia is skiing great, and we’ve been tracking recent storms in the Alps that have drastically improved skiing […]

Common winter ailments and their Breckenridge cures 

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It might be frigid, damp and gray back home, but Colorado receives about 300 days of sunshine annually, so the chances are good that you will have glorious weather while skiing or snowboarding at Breckenridge, especially in March and April. The resort’s high elevation combined with the fact that March is typically Colorado’s snowiest month […]

2/3/15: Where did it snow on the East Coast? 

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Today, Northeastern ski resorts are reaping the benefits of back-to-back storm systems that barreled up the Eastern seaboard over the last week. To the delight of Eastern powder skiers and snowboarders, the storms dropped about 20 to 30 inches of snow, making conditions incredible. The storm systems were less welcomed by Bostonians, who dealt with […]

5 days in Aspen Snowmass: A first-timer’s guide 

Beginner's Magic Snowmass, Elk Camp Meadows, beginner skiing

Few ski destinations deliver extraordinary experiences for every stripe of skier and snowboarder, but Aspen Snowmass, a single resort with four ski areas accessible via one lift ticket, does just that. While more experienced skiers and snowboarders tend to flock to Aspen Mountain and Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Snowmass are the perfect areas for beginners […]