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  • Aktuelle Bilder aus den Skigebieten in Australien und Neuseeland

    Ski News | Alle Neuigkeiten für Skifahrer | Skiinfo
    18 Jul 2014 | 1:37 am
    Mitte Juli hat es in den Skigebieten Australiens und Neuseelands einiges an Neuschnee gegeben. Wir zeigen ein paar Bilder von den sozialen Channels der Resorts ...
  • WVW Middle School holds awards ceremony

    Olympic Alpine Skiing News
    18 Jul 2014 | 9:37 pm
    The Wyoming Valley West Middle School recently held its annual National Junior Honor Society awards ceremony.
  • Powder Stashes Aren't the Only I-70 Hidden Treasure

    Ski & Skiing News - Daily Local Ski News
    30 Jun 2014 | 1:20 pm
    Exit I-70 now! Here's why.
  • Norway’s Brun-Lie Impressed with U.S. Women’s Team: ‘I Think We Have A Lot to Learn’

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    Alex Kochon
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:20 am
    Four women with the 2014 North American Women’s Training Alliance (NAWTA) on Eagle Glacier last week (from left to right) Jessie Diggins (SMST2/USST), Celine Brun-Lie (Norway), Rosie Brennan (APU), and Rosie Frankowski (APU). (Photo: Chris Hodel) It all started with brown cheese and banana bread. While the U.S. Ski Team was just warming into its five-month World Cup grind, one act of kindness in Beitostølen, Norway, had a lasting effect into the following year. Last November, Norway’s Celine Brun-Lie visited the U.S. women’s team at their cabin in the village affectionately known…
  • Mont d’Or, Leysin

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    Ian
    18 Jul 2014 | 12:38 am
    Mont d’Or is a major part of the skyline here in Leysin but it’s a peak I go up regularly and not particularly popular generally. That’s probably because it’s a bit straight up and down. And the up is very straight up taking a route directly up the ridge never venturing across the steep slopes. But the reward for climbing it should be high, it’s an outlier peak and gives views over the local area and beyond to Mont Blanc, the Jura and the Bernese Oberland. The Tour Mayen from near Tour Famelon The easiest way to climb it would be park at Pierre du Moëllé and…
 
 
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  • Norway’s Brun-Lie Impressed with U.S. Women’s Team: ‘I Think We Have A Lot to Learn’

    Alex Kochon
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:20 am
    Four women with the 2014 North American Women’s Training Alliance (NAWTA) on Eagle Glacier last week (from left to right) Jessie Diggins (SMST2/USST), Celine Brun-Lie (Norway), Rosie Brennan (APU), and Rosie Frankowski (APU). (Photo: Chris Hodel) It all started with brown cheese and banana bread. While the U.S. Ski Team was just warming into its five-month World Cup grind, one act of kindness in Beitostølen, Norway, had a lasting effect into the following year. Last November, Norway’s Celine Brun-Lie visited the U.S. women’s team at their cabin in the village affectionately known…
  • American Birkebeiner Appoints 
New Director of Race Operations

    American Birkebeiner
    22 Jul 2014 | 6:56 am
    Allan Serrano to Take on Race Operations of Largest Ski Race in North America   Allan Serrano and family HAYWARD, Wisconsin (July 21, 2014) – The American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation (ABSF) has appointed Allan Serrano as its new Director of Race Operations. Serrano will replace Shellie Milford—who served in various capacities for 13 years and then Director of Race Operations for the past 15 years—announced her retirement earlier this year. Serrano and his family will be relocating from New Paltz, NY. He assumes the ABSF position on September 15, 2014, and will work with Milford…
  • Sachenbacher-Stehle Case Raises Questions about Supplement Use and Safety

    Chelsea Little
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:13 am
    Germany’s Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle leaving the range during the 2014 Olympic mass start race. She placed fourth, but was later disqualified after testing positive for a banned stimulant. German skier-turned biathlete Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle has been banned from competition for two years after testing positive for methylhexanamine, a banned stimulant, at the Olympic Games in Sochi in February. Sachenbacher-Stehle is an Olympic gold medalist in the team sprint from the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. She subsequently switched to biathlon and had a very successful two years; she had placed fourth…
  • From the Arctic Circle to Bozeman: Hagensen Reflects on MSU Coaching Career

    Lander Karath
    18 Jul 2014 | 10:58 am
    Grethe Hagensen runs alongside former Montana State University athlete Tyler Reinking at the 2012 NCAA Championship in Bozeman, Mont. Hagensen was head nordic coach at the university for a decade. (Photo: Stuart Jennings) Grethe Lise-Hagensen served as Montana State University’s Head Nordic Coach from 2003 to 2014. During her decade as head coach, Hagensen brought the team from a state of near non-existence to ranking third in the nation at the 2010 NCAA Championships. In May of 2014, Hagensen’s contract was not renewed by the university’s administration. FasterSkier sat down with…
  • Starykh Banned for Two Years; Claims EPO Was in Cosmetic Injections of Human Placenta

    Chelsea Little
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:20 am
    Irina Starykh (far right) celebrates with the Russian team after their IBU World Cup biathlon relay victory in Ruhpolding, Germany, in January. The result is among those which will be voided with Starykh’s doping ban, from a sample collected in December. Photo: Fischer / Nordic Focus. On Wednesday, the International Biathlon Union (IBU) announced that it was banning Russian biathlete Irina Starykh for two years for use of recombinant erythropoietin (EPO), a blood-boosting drug commonly used in doping in endurance sports. Many in the biathlon world have been awaiting the verdict for…
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  • Mont d’Or, Leysin

    Ian
    18 Jul 2014 | 12:38 am
    Mont d’Or is a major part of the skyline here in Leysin but it’s a peak I go up regularly and not particularly popular generally. That’s probably because it’s a bit straight up and down. And the up is very straight up taking a route directly up the ridge never venturing across the steep slopes. But the reward for climbing it should be high, it’s an outlier peak and gives views over the local area and beyond to Mont Blanc, the Jura and the Bernese Oberland. The Tour Mayen from near Tour Famelon The easiest way to climb it would be park at Pierre du Moëllé and…
  • Pic Chaussy, Col des Mosses

    Ian
    6 Jul 2014 | 11:57 pm
    This is one of the most popular routes we do around here combining a trip to a local mountain farm with a hike around the Pic Chaussy mountain. Blaise and his family make the local Etivaz cheese daily using the traditional methods. It’s an alpage Gruyère which means it’s made on the farm using milk from cows that graze on the high alpine meadows. Of course, there’s a chance to try some cheese! And you can buy some (vacuum packed) to take home or to take on the hike for your picnic! Leaving the farm we took a route up Pic Chaussy crossing parts of the long abandoned ski…
  • Lesser Butterfly-orchid, Platanthera bifolia

    Ian
    6 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    I’m pretty certain I’ve never seen one of these before; it’s an orchid that favours meadows or light woods which is where we found it. Walking between Pic Chaussy and Lac Lioson just between the light woods and meadows we found a ground of spiked rampions and sitting in the middle was this orchid. It’s a spiked rampion just poking into the photograph on the right side. It’s a night scented plant, like a lot of orchids, and at the most fragrant early evening where it’s scent attracts moths to pollinate.
  • Gear : Feelmax Osma 3 shoes

    Ian
    1 Jul 2014 | 7:09 am
    The summer trekking season is in full swing now and when I’m out with clients they often ask about the gear I use and why I pick it. I’m going to write a few posts on the blog to highlight some things I use and try to explain why I like them. I’m away at mountain refuges quite a lot for work, mostly they have a stock of shoes to use when you take off your hiking boots but sometimes I need to take a spare pair of shoes anyway. Sometimes I’m staying in a hotel or town for example, or camping and want something light to change into. For years I’ve been using Crocs…
  • Tour du Mont Blanc

    Ian
    29 Jun 2014 | 12:40 am
    I’m just back from a week leading the classic Tour du Mont Blanc trek through France, Italy, Switzerland and back into France again. This is is just a quick handful of shots to get a taste of what it’s like. This was fairly early in the season to be making the route and there’d had been some reports of a lot of snow but the reports turned out to have been exaggerated somewhat. We did cross snow on some days but it wasn’t a serious obstacle and we were able to have some fun bounding down snow banks. The photo above is the Walter Bonatti refuge above Courmayeur in Italy.
 
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  • Cover Shots

    21 Jul 2014 | 9:39 am
    We’re bringing back the best pow, gear, and mountain shots from days of yore.
  • Used and Abused: Weekly Gear Reviews

    21 Jul 2014 | 8:12 am
    We're constantly testing products to help you make the right buying decisions, and here is some of our honest feedback from the field.
  • Want to be a SKI Magazine intern?

    17 Jul 2014 | 9:14 am
    Editorial InternshipIf you're a motivated and self-directed college or grad-school student, we want you to join our editorial team in Boulder, Colo. Our 10- to 15-week internships offer upcoming reporters and editors a glimpse into the inner workings of two of the best ski publications in the country: Skiing magazine and Ski magazine. You give us hard work, and we'll make you an integral part of a close-knit family. You'll work directly with the small group of Skiing (and Ski) editors and walk away with clips from SkiingMag.com, SkiMag.com as well as both print titles. You'll also conduct…
  • How To Ski Valle Nevado

    16 Jul 2014 | 8:41 am
    Try summertime skiing for families south of the equator.
  • Become Part of the Solution

    15 Jul 2014 | 7:17 am
    What’s behind your recent push to involve skiers and boarders in your efforts? Our ski seasons are getting shorter, and our Earth is getting warmer. We all need snow, but right now, snow needs us. Nobody sees and feels these impacts more than skiers and boarders. There were numerous international competitions that were canceled last year due to poor ski conditions—these aren’t random occurrences. We should be asking ourselves, what would we do when there’s no more snow, and what are we prepared to do to ensure that this scenario never becomes a reality? What are a few facts that every…
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    Park City Mountain Resort

  • Movies on the Mountain Returns!

    21 Jul 2014 | 8:30 am
    Monday nights are about to get a little more entertaining as we bring back our Monday night movies series, "Movies on the Mountain," for its second year! With even more family favorites for you to enjoy, this summer's series is bound to create memories that last a lifetime for your whole family. Here's the Monday night line-up: July 28: Back to the Future August 4: Despicable Me August 11: The Goonies August 18: The Princess Bride Each movie is shown on the Kids' Korral lawn next to Mojo's and the Resort Plaza, beginning at dusk. Since this is lawn seating, please do not forget a blanket or…
  • 3 Ways to Turn the Park City Kimball Arts Festival Into an Arts "Best-ival"

    17 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Summer's flying by faster than you can say "hot dog with mustard" - which means the Park City Kimball Arts Festival is just around the corner! (photo: Santiago Michalek Fine Art) Every year, for a weekend in August, artists from around the country and the world come to Park City and turn Historic Main Street into a combination gallery and bazaar of sculptures, paintings, photographs and more - all in the shadow of Park City's beautiful peaks. It's a fantastic time to be in town, whether you're here to add to your collection, just stroll the exhibits or simply grab a table at one of any number…
  • Trailblazer Tuesday - "The Lunch Loop"

    15 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Trails: Jenni’s Trail, Loose Moose, Crescent Mine Grade (CMG) - aka “The Lunch Loop”Length: 4.1 milesDuration: 1 hourDifficulty: Intermediate Mountain BikingWhat You’ll Need: Water/Hydration Pack, Bike Repair Kit (spare tube, pump), Sunglasses, Helmet Here’s our second edition of Trailblazer Tuesday - this time with a mountain biking twist. While our first post was based on hiking our Spiro loop, I chose to enjoy some cross-country mountain biking as our trails are some of the best in the world; we are in fact the only IMBA (International Mountain Bicycling Association) Gold-level…
  • Hit a Homerun During the Park City Triple Crown World Series

    14 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    The Triple Crown World Series has become almost as much a summer tradition in Park City as the 4th of July or Miners Day - and it returns again this year when some of the best youth baseball teams from around the country come to compete July 21-26. Park City's cool summer temperatures and easy access from Salt Lake City International Airport make it an ideal location for one of America's premier youth baseball tournaments, and playing in the shadows of beautiful mountain peaks isn't a bad perk either! But there's much more to the Triple Crown than just baseball. Park City offers so much for…
  • Do The Park City Food and Wine Classic the Right Way

    10 Jul 2014 | 4:00 pm
    The Park City Food and Wine Classic returns this weekend, it's an incredible 5-day combination of wine and food in a beautiful mountain setting that only Park City can provide. Of course, you're not really doing the Classic if you're not making Park City Mountain Resort part of your weekend. Here's just a few ways to make the most of the Food and Wine Classic by making us part of it: Town LiftTake Friday evening's Stroll of Park City Grand Tasting on Main Street up a notch by adding a romantic scenic charlift ride. Town Lift loads right on the bottom of Main Street, carries you up and over…
 
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    Park City Mountain Resort

  • Movies on the Mountain Returns!

    21 Jul 2014 | 8:30 am
    Monday nights are about to get a little more entertaining as we bring back our Monday night movies series, "Movies on the Mountain," for its second year! With even more family favorites for you to enjoy, this summer's series is bound to create memories that last a lifetime for your whole family. Here's the Monday night line-up: July 28: Back to the Future August 4: Despicable Me August 11: The Goonies August 18: The Princess Bride Each movie is shown on the Kids' Korral lawn next to Mojo's and the Resort Plaza, beginning at dusk. Since this is lawn seating, please do not forget a blanket or…
  • 3 Ways to Turn the Park City Kimball Arts Festival Into an Arts "Best-ival"

    17 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Summer's flying by faster than you can say "hot dog with mustard" - which means the Park City Kimball Arts Festival is just around the corner! (photo: Santiago Michalek Fine Art) Every year, for a weekend in August, artists from around the country and the world come to Park City and turn Historic Main Street into a combination gallery and bazaar of sculptures, paintings, photographs and more - all in the shadow of Park City's beautiful peaks. It's a fantastic time to be in town, whether you're here to add to your collection, just stroll the exhibits or simply grab a table at one of any number…
  • Trailblazer Tuesday - "The Lunch Loop"

    15 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Trails: Jenni’s Trail, Loose Moose, Crescent Mine Grade (CMG) - aka “The Lunch Loop”Length: 4.1 milesDuration: 1 hourDifficulty: Intermediate Mountain BikingWhat You’ll Need: Water/Hydration Pack, Bike Repair Kit (spare tube, pump), Sunglasses, Helmet Here’s our second edition of Trailblazer Tuesday - this time with a mountain biking twist. While our first post was based on hiking our Spiro loop, I chose to enjoy some cross-country mountain biking as our trails are some of the best in the world; we are in fact the only IMBA (International Mountain Bicycling Association) Gold-level…
  • Hit a Homerun During the Park City Triple Crown World Series

    14 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    The Triple Crown World Series has become almost as much a summer tradition in Park City as the 4th of July or Miners Day - and it returns again this year when some of the best youth baseball teams from around the country come to compete July 21-26. Park City's cool summer temperatures and easy access from Salt Lake City International Airport make it an ideal location for one of America's premier youth baseball tournaments, and playing in the shadows of beautiful mountain peaks isn't a bad perk either! But there's much more to the Triple Crown than just baseball. Park City offers so much for…
  • Do The Park City Food and Wine Classic the Right Way

    10 Jul 2014 | 4:00 pm
    The Park City Food and Wine Classic returns this weekend, it's an incredible 5-day combination of wine and food in a beautiful mountain setting that only Park City can provide. Of course, you're not really doing the Classic if you're not making Park City Mountain Resort part of your weekend. Here's just a few ways to make the most of the Food and Wine Classic by making us part of it: Town LiftTake Friday evening's Stroll of Park City Grand Tasting on Main Street up a notch by adding a romantic scenic charlift ride. Town Lift loads right on the bottom of Main Street, carries you up and over…
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    The Skiing Department Blog

  • Five Ski Resorts in Europe That Offer Great Summer Activities

    Robert Stewart
    27 Jun 2014 | 1:49 am
    I recently attended the 8th Mountainlikers Congress in Andorra organised by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO). The two day event with twenty two speakers from all sections of the snow sports industry, focused on opportunities in summer tourism in the mountains. Ski resorts must diversify to survive and offer an all year experience that competes with the beach. Here’s five ski resorts that already have lots to offer once the snow has melted: Tignes, France The Olympic village of Tignes opened a brand new sports complex in 2013 and offers a huge selection of activities…
  • Mount Temple: Long Cuff Ski Gloves Review

    Robert Stewart
    6 Jun 2014 | 1:03 pm
    10 Peaks make high quality, sturdy and tough gloves that look good and have a unique design addition – they open up in the middle with a zipper that allows your hands to be free and open. This function means you can use your hands normally without taking the gloves off, allowing a variety of tasks to be performed such as using a phone, putting on skins when touring, taking photographs, removing items from pockets – you get the idea. Apart from the additional functionality, it was important for me when testing to ensure the glove itself stands up to the usual quality standards. Is it warm?
  • Go Big In Japan

    Robert Stewart
    24 May 2014 | 1:11 pm
    Having heard tantalising tales for many years about the legendary powder in Japan, a large group of us finally decided to take the plunge and go and see for ourselves what all the fuss was about. With just over 2 weeks at our disposal our aim was to cram in as much as possible and we certainly ended up with a trip of contrasts, but Japan did not disappoint. We probably only dipped our toes into all Japan has to offer, but it was certainly enough for us to be very keen to return. Tokyo in the snow We experienced the wonderful craziness of Tokyo, some of which had to be seen to be believed –…
  • Keep Your Momentum Up

    Robert Stewart
    5 May 2014 | 1:22 pm
    Who would have thought that a festival targeted at keen, intermediate and advanced skiers who work for some of the very top institutions in the City of London, based in the glitzy resort of Crans Montana in Switzerland, would be a winner? Add in a dose of highly competitive ski races, amazing location, après ski parties that make most others redundant, then throw in some ex ski racers and sporty celebs and a Financial Times business forum too (sounding boring?) and you’d wonder who might actually turn up….. …well, you would if you were clueless. What a format. Now, if you’re not a…
  • Freestyle Tips for Beginners

    Robert Stewart
    30 Apr 2014 | 12:51 pm
    Here’s a few tips to improve your cred on the slopes – some old and new skool moves that will impress your friends on your next ski holiday. So you’ve mastered the art of going down a hill in a straight line, and perhaps making the odd turn. It’s great isn’t it? Look it’s ok to admit you’re bored of the same old thing run after run, so why not try to spice it up a bit with a few simple freestyle tricks to get the adrenaline pumping. Now before you get too excited, there is no way you will master a flip by simply reading this article so let’s get back down to earth and talk…
 
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    The Mountain Mover

  • Steamboat’s “Less Known” Summer Sports Trio

    Ashley
    16 Jul 2014 | 1:37 pm
    Steamboat is well-known for many things - skiing, biking, horseback riding, to name a few - and for good reason. It’s Sam Paine Powder, epic biking trails, and beautiful valley ranches are unrivaled.  But other sports fans love Steamboat, too, and that’s why they choose to host their state/national events right here in beautiful Steamboat Springs, including baseball, soccer, and a local favorite, rugby. Triple Crown Baseball World Series 2014 marks the 19th year of the Triple Crown Baseball World Series. Teams…
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    Inghams Blog

  • A day in the life of a rep in Norway…

    Sam
    15 Jul 2014 | 2:18 am
    David Henry, Resort Manager in Bergen, Norway describes what it is like to work as him for the day…. Bergen is an unusual place to be a resort manager as there are no other holiday companies here. We get coach tour guides here overnight by the dozen and also Cruise ship staff and day trippers, but Inghams are the only company here in Bergen with guests staying either a few days or for a week, making the city an ideal place for a “Citybreak”. It means I stand out more, and I feel almost like a celebrity as all the hotel and tour vending staff we use know me and chat as I pass by.
  • A Long Day in the Mountains of Fire

    Sam
    10 Jul 2014 | 8:12 am
    Luke, one of our resort representatives in Saalbach and Hinterglemm, reveals some of the Austrian traditions when it comes to the Summer Solstice.  As a Brit overseas I’m always trawling news sites for the latest info back home. On the longest day of the year (21st of June), aside from a plethora of World Cup analysis on where it’d all gone wrong for England, there were great photos of the summer solstice celebrations at Stonehenge. Weird and wonderful, the regression to paganic worship of the sun will probably always divide opinion in the UK. Some will ridicule, some are pagans at heart…
  • Ascona Jazz Festival

    Sam
    9 Jul 2014 | 5:30 am
     Olly, one of our Resort Representatives out in the resort of Ticino, is reporting on the infamous Jazz Festival…take a look! This June saw the 30th Anniversary of Jazz Ascona here in Ticino. A whole week jam packed full of jazz performances, with many of the artists playing outside in the open. The event attracts thousands of tourists every year and this year was no exception. Even with the unusual thundery week for Lake Maggiore, the crowds were not put off.   From big named artists to local musicians, this festival covers a vast selection of jazz genre. Specialising mainly in…
  • New for Winter 14/15 Kronplatz – In the Italian Dolomites

    Sam
    8 Jul 2014 | 9:48 am
    Our Italian Product Manager tests the slopes in the new Inghams resort of Kronplatz in the stunning Italian Dolomites. KRONPLATZ – is the official Ladino (a local Italian dialect) name of the Italian ski area of Plan des Corones in the region of the Italian South Tyrol just 1 1/2   South East of Innsbruck. Next winter Inghams will feature the lovely Village of San Vigilio in the heart of the Kronplatz ski area which also connects  via a speedy bus to the vast Dolomite Superski and the Sella Ronda. The plan is to ski as much of the Kronplatz area and test the link to the Corvara Alta…
  • Top 3 reasons to visit the 3 Valleys…

    alex
    8 Jul 2014 | 6:05 am
    Early season skiing can offer some of the best conditions to ski in.  Arnie Wilson is a big fan of heading out to the mountains as soon as possible. Here’s his top 3 reasons to visit the 3 Valleys… Well how about Courchevel, Méribel and Val Thorens?   Sooner or later every skier and snowboarder – no matter how tigerish or timid, stylish or sketchy – will be tempted by The 3 Valleys. And once tempted, they’ll almost certainly want to go back…for this is indeed the promised land. The valleys – St Bon, Allues and Belleville if you want their actual names – are better…
 
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    Ski Vacation Blog

  • 5 Reasons to Book Your Ski Vacation Now

    Leah Fielding
    18 Jul 2014 | 9:28 am
    Whether you’ve got snow on the brain or not, it’s time to kick-start yourself into ski vacation planning gear, especially if you’re looking to save money on your next ski trip.... This is a preview of the post, to read more please visit ski.com/blog.
  • Atop the Jungfraujoch: Snow, Chocolate and… Tennis?

    Alex Boyd
    17 Jul 2014 | 10:14 am
    What do US ski racer Lindsey Vonn, Swiss tennis champion Roger Federer and the Alps have in common? They were all part of a surreal scene set up by Swiss chocolate makers Lindt & Sprüngli as part... This is a preview of the post, to read more please visit ski.com/blog.
  • 5 Awesome Ski Resorts for Mountain Biking in Europe

    Leah Fielding
    16 Jul 2014 | 2:30 pm
    If you’ve ever skied in the Alps, Dolomites or Pyrennes mountains of Europe, you’ve experienced some of the world’s most beautiful mountains. Europe’s s high-alpine, above... This is a preview of the post, to read more please visit ski.com/blog.
  • Ski Resorts Open Trails for Summer

    Leah Fielding
    11 Jul 2014 | 8:05 am
    Over the past two weekends many ski resorts have opened their summer mountain biking and hiking trails for use. There’s no better way to beat the summer lowland heat than heading up to the... This is a preview of the post, to read more please visit ski.com/blog.
  • Video: See all the #GoggleSelfie Submissions

    Alex Boyd
    24 Jun 2014 | 3:13 pm
    Narrowing down our #GoggleSelfie Photo Contest submission to just 21 entries was a very hard task… We received so many great selfies that made us want to slap on a pair of goggles, crack a... This is a preview of the post, to read more please visit ski.com/blog.
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