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January 2016

#BroncosNation has taken over Colorado Ski Country

In solidarity for the Broncos in last Sunday's AFC Championship game, a lot of Coloradan skiers and snowboarders donned their blue and orange duds and took to the slopes to schuss up some good juju fo...

In solidarity for the Broncos in last Sunday's AFC Championship game, a lot of Coloradan skiers and snowboarders donned ...

7 heli skiing myths debunked

Photo: Whistler Heli-SkiingA heli trip is considered the pinnacle ski or snowboard experience. It’s a big deal...

X Games dictionary: freeskiing tricks explained

Whether you’ve been watching the X Games since 1997 or are a newcomer to the gravity-defying world of freeskiing, the chances are likely that you’ve heard the announcers rattle off some mumbo-ju...

Whether you’ve been watching the X Games since 1997 or are a newcomer to the gravity-defying world of freeskiing, th...

Locals’ tips for an Aspen Snowmass spring break ski trip

Spring Break in the mountains is all about soft snow (whether it's fresh or slush), sun-drenched patios providing epic vistas and lots of parties. With a stacked spring events calendar, including the ...

Spring Break in the mountains is all about soft snow (whether it's fresh or slush), sun-drenched patios providing epic v...

Best resorts for snowboarding: first-timers through experts

From parks, pipes and ideal terrain to the overall vibe, many factors go into a resort’s snowboard-friendliness. To help every type of rider, from brand-new beginner to master shredder, enjoy their...

From parks, pipes and ideal terrain to the overall vibe, many factors go into a resort’s snowboard-friendliness. To h...

Canadian Dollar drops to 12-year low

What does the price of oil and demand in China have to do with skiing? If you're a powder hound, it means your Canadian ski vacation just a got more affordable! The Canadian Dollar dropped to a 12-yea...

What does the price of oil and demand in China have to do with skiing? If you're a powder hound, it means your Canadian ...

How to ski Snowmass’ extreme terrain

Thanks to its varied terrain offerings and gentle green and blue runs, Snowmass enjoys wide renown as a family-friendly ski area, but it flies under the radar as an expert’s mountain when in f...

Thanks to its varied terrain offerings and gentle green and blue runs, Snowmass enjoys wide renown as a family-fri...

Big snowstorms finally hit Alps to kick off winter

Europe has not had the same stellar start to winter that the Western U.S. and British Columbia have enjoyed, but there are still plenty of winter days ahead. Accuweather’s long-range forecast for wi...

Europe has not had the same stellar start to winter that the Western U.S. and British Columbia have enjoyed, but there a...

14 U.S. ski resorts with awesome cross country skiing

Whether you’re looking for a new experience on your ski trip, to get some cardio exercise or something for your non-alpine skiing travel companions to do, cross country—or Nordic—skiing is an al...

Whether you’re looking for a new experience on your ski trip, to get some cardio exercise or something for your non-al...

5 days in Aspen Snowmass: a spring skiing guide

Spring in Ski Country means longer days, warmer sunshine, plenty of outdoor events and concerts and a high probability that it could snow at any point in between those glorious, bask-worthy days...

Spring in Ski Country means longer days, warmer sunshine, plenty of outdoor events and concerts and a high probabi...