Monthly Archives: January 2012

Aspen Extreme 2012

Over the years, the Winter X-Games have brought all sorts of extreme and fun to Aspen, Colorado. Unlike other sports events, the X-Games are a commercial event put on by ESPN and have paved the way for many action sports … Continue reading

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Work and Play at Solitude Mountain Resort

A week ago the Mountain Reservations interactive marketing team had an amazing ski day at Solitude Mountain Resort. We got to the mountain bright and early to enjoy the sunny day and great powder. James and I decided to take a refresher course because we haven’t … Continue reading

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PCL Steals Sundance’s Spotlight

It’s my third Park City winter and over the past week I have spent more time in what was Harry O’s – now VIP club Park City Live – than I ever expected. It wasn’t hard to beat the few … Continue reading

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I know what I want – HELP me find it!

Now that I am a mother of a 3 ½ year old and 3 month old, the days of “winging it” on a ski vacation are over (insert brief reminiscing sigh…). Where there once was the fun of chasing a … Continue reading

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Don’t stop now, the Snow Dance has worked!

I find it amusing that just a few short days ago, my co-worker Laura D was writing about the tradition of snow dances. Clearly she’s got something right; between the public Snow Dance done last week at Park City Mountain Resort, and … Continue reading

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Mother Nature Are You There?

If you have been out west lately to ski then you have surely joked about doing a snow dance. Maybe you have done one, or faked one? There are different schools of thought on how to execute the perfect snow … Continue reading

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Foodies Flock to Idaho, You Won’t be Disappointed

In true Northern California style my family is full of vegetarians, pescatarians, gluten free diets and the one person who eats meat. Who eats what changes on a regular basis, but the need to find a restaurant that can accommodate … Continue reading

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Colorado’s Chill Ski Town

For the ultimate Colorado Rocky Mountain experience Crested Butte is your destination. During the summer, Crested Butte’s claim to fame is the “official wildflower capital of Colorado” and the “last great Colorado ski town” during the winter. It does not … Continue reading

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Sun Valley’s Colorful Sky

On any given blue bird day atop Sun Valley’s Bald (“Mt. Baldy”) Mountain there are mysterious bright colors in the air: yellow, pink, orange, even purple. It may take you a second to realize that these large patches of color … Continue reading

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JHMR: The Ultimate Mountain

Gnarly and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort are synonymous. Even though the mountain’s epicness usually refers to its out of bounds territory, with over 4,000 feet in vertical rise, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s terrain offers something for every type of skier … Continue reading

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