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February 2016

Spring skiing forecast for Western U.S.

El Niño is winding down, but that doesn't mean less snow, according to Onthesnow.com Warm Pacific water temperatures, indicative of a strong El Niño event, peaked around Christmas, and resulted in ...

El Niño is winding down, but that doesn't mean less snow, according to Onthesnow.com Warm Pacific water temperatures, ...

Which ski resorts have 300+ inches of snow?

For many skiers and riders, snow conditions play a big part in determining where they'll go on their ski trip. Abundant cumulative totals typically translate to a good base and allow vacationers to de...

For many skiers and riders, snow conditions play a big part in determining where they'll go on their ski trip. Abundant ...

Videos: A collection of cute avalanche dogs + puppies

As cute as rescue dogs can be, they're also highly critical to resorts' avalanche rescue teams. When it comes to finding skiers and riders buried without beacons or transceivers on, avalanche dogs can...

As cute as rescue dogs can be, they're also highly critical to resorts' avalanche rescue teams. When it comes to finding...

13 don’t-miss Whistler spring events + experiences

Photo: Blake Jorgenson/Whistler Blackcomb Whistler Blackcomb has received the most snowfall during the 2015-16 winter to date across Ski Country—322 inches! All the snow is shaping up to prov...

Photo: Blake Jorgenson/Whistler Blackcomb Whistler Blackcomb has received the most snowfall during the 2015-16 wi...

7 ski resorts with yoga classes

When it comes to recovering from or preparing for a session on the slopes, nothing compares to the benefits of stretching and meditative breathing at the base—or summit—of a mountain. Yoga can hel...

When it comes to recovering from or preparing for a session on the slopes, nothing compares to the benefits of stretchin...