Monthly Archives: March 2012

A True Skier’s Breakfast

Skiing and riding takes a lot of energy, which is why fueling up before you hit the slopes is so important.  But, when you are eager to get out on the hill it’s hard to make yourself sit down to eat breakfast.  … Continue reading

Posted in Jackson Hole | Leave a comment

Lake Tahoe and All Its Different Views

There are few places in this world that touch and move your soul. That place for me, has always been Tahoe. There is something about climbing a mountain and looking over the Emerald waters that stirs up a much needed feeling … Continue reading

Posted in California, Lake Tahoe | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Who, What, Where is Snowbasin?

Maybe you are asking yourself that question right now?  Well, I live in UT, work in the ski industry and, until about a week ago, could not have intelligently answered that question myself. So, when the opportunity arose to visit the … Continue reading

Posted in Snowbasin, Utah | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

G. Love and Special Sauce to Invade the Tetons

Saint Patrick’s Day in any ski town is a big celebration. People like to be outside and indulge in adult beverages once the weather warms up and the sun comes out. This is definitely true for Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. … Continue reading

Posted in Jackson Hole, Wyoming | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

World Pond Skimming Championships

As we mentioned before it’s that time of year: pond skimming time and Vail is hosting the World Pond Skimming Championships on April 15, 2012! Sponsored by ROCKSTAR this is the pond skim of all pond skim events. Not only … Continue reading

Posted in Colorado, Vail | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Spring Powder Alert

Just when I was ready to get out the mountain bike for the spring season, Winter is letting us know it’s not done with Utah yet! Yesterday, the day after Saint Patrick’s Day, I skied 8″ of fresh at the Canyons. … Continue reading

Posted in Canyons Resort, Park City, Utah | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Crested Culture

Crested Butte is one of my favorite resort towns.  Why?  I know, it’s not the easiest place to get to.  I live in Colorado and it still takes me 3 ½ hours to get there!  But, once you roll into … Continue reading

Posted in Crested Butte | Leave a comment

Ride BC – Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

Shaun Sanislo and I finally got our chance to ski BC this week. We drove into Kicking Horse from Calgary last Thursday Night and it has been dumping snow ever since. We booked a house about 2 blocks from the … Continue reading

Posted in British Columbia, Kicking Horse | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Ride BC – Revelstoke Mountain Resort

In the future, when I think back to my first experience in Revelstoke, BC, I gather that the first word out of my mouth will be “Amazing”. Even with that, I will probably never be able explain in words what … Continue reading

Posted in British Columbia, Revelstoke | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Breck, Vail and Beaver Creek for My Birthday: The Complete Menu

It’s my 33rd birthday and I get to ride at Vail Resort today! I’ve spent the last two nights in Breckenridge and I’ll be spending the next two nights in Beaver Creek. Along the way is Vail Resort and I … Continue reading

Posted in Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Vail | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment