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Aspen/Snowmass: This Season in Photos 

Sunset on the final day of Aspen X Games 2014

We love Aspen/Snowmass dearly. Heck, nearly all of us at Ski.com call this beautiful valley our home. While we could wax poetic about all the wonderful things Aspen/Snowmass offers and the amazing snowfall we’ve experienced during the 2013/2014 ski season, sometimes it’s better to let the place speak for itself. Scroll down to see the […]

Best Ski Resorts for Romance 

Telluride's Alpino Vino is one of the best places to clink glasses with your darling. pc: Telluride Resort

There’s nothing more romantic — at least in our opinions — than heading to the mountains for a high alpine respite with your dearest. A romantic ski trip provides couples with privacy they can’t experience on other vacations, plus, a laundry list of winter activities to experience side-by-side and, of course, plenty of opportunities to cozy up to […]

X Games to Stay in Aspen/Snowmass Through 2019 

2014 X Games Slopestyle Course Preview

Aspen/Snowmass received some big news yesterday – Winter X Games will remain in Aspen through 2019! Located in our backyard (literally!), Buttermilk has hosted this iconic action sports weekend for the last 13 years, and by the end of the extension, its run will have stretched to nearly two decades. Winter X Games attracts a […]

This 2-year-old snowboards AND skis! 

two-year-old snowboards and skis

Last month, we posted a video of a little girl who could be the youngest snowboarder ever. Ava Marie started shredding Mammoth Mountain’s bunny slopes in her pink onsie at 18 months. But yesterday, we found out that this little lady has some competition. Professional freeskier and film editor Eric Pollard’s two-year-old daughter is a […]

Last chance! Enter to win a cat skiing trip 

Enter to win Ski.com's cat skiing trip

UPDATE: This sweepstakes is now over, but stay tuned for more great giveaways on our Facebook page! There are only a few days left to enter to win our cat skiing trip at Red Mountain Resort with Big Red Cats! We’ve mailed thousands of stickers, and we’ve received some great photo submissions so far. These folks who submitted the […]

Best Snow Tubing Hills 

Tubing at Copper, Copper Mountain Snow Tubing

Whether you’re a non-skier/snowboarder or you’re just looking to experience the excitement of gliding downhill in a different way, snow tubing is a thrilling winter activity. There are many ski resorts in North America with tubing hills, and all of them are sure to put a smile on your face, but if we could choose […]

One of the most interesting 2014 Sochi Olympic trailers 

BBC Official Trailer for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics

Whoa! The 2014 #winterolympicsarecoming. While watching the BBC’s recently released Official—and quite dramatic—Trailer for the upcoming Sochi Games, we felt like we were somewhere over The Wall in the HBO series Game of Thrones—or perhaps Lord of the Rings’s Middle Earth. Either way, it put a chill of excitement up our spines for the quickly […]

Would you drop into Jackson Hole’s Corbet’s Couloir? 

Jackson Hole's Corbet's Couloir

Jackson Hole’s Corbet’s Couloir opened on Saturday, Jan. 11 just in time for JH Steep and Deep Camp participants’ final exam – dropping into the famed expert chute. We’ve had some friendly debate at Ski.com about whether or not our staffers would actually stand on the edge and drop in. We know of a few […]

New Snow Inspires New Resolutions at Big Sky Resort 

Big Sky ski resort

Our friends at  Big Sky Resort started 2014 with amazing ski conditions. They’ve had new snow in the first 8 out of 10 days of the year, and the seven-day storm total is up to 22 inches with 17 inches in the last 48 hours. If you’ve experienced pristine snow across Big Sky and Moonlight Basin, which […]

New Year, new snow for the Alps 

Fresh snow in St. Moritz, St. Moritz ski trip, St. Moritz ski vacation

The  new year has brought new snow for the Alps. European resorts have been experiencing a good start to winter with several snow storms between Christmas and last weekend.  Base depths already approaching 100 inches of snow. Much of the Alps were blessed with six to 10 inches last weekend—Swiss ski resorts Saas Fee and […]