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Breckenridge: Ski Town USA

The drive from Salt Lake City to Breckenridge is about 7 ½ hours. Some might wonder why I would choose to leave Utah snow for Colorado snow. What could the difference be in these two states from the Intermountain-West. I’ve … Continue reading

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My First Snowboarding Lesson!

Park City Mountain Resort offers an amazing ski program for Utah locals called Start Now. The program allows you to take 5 group lessons for only $25 each lesson. The best part is that rental is included. However, not only … Continue reading

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Opening Day on the Mountains

Mountain Reservations is watching the snow fall and getting anxious for all of the ski resorts to celebrate opening day. Here is what a few of our destination experts had to say about it: “Break out the ‘beat up’ board … Continue reading

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Stowe Recognized as Top Resort Destination

Stowe Mountain Resort has been recognized by Condé Nast Traveler as one of the top resort destinations in the world. In a recent survey, the illustrious travel magazine asked readers to rank their favorite getaway destinations; Stowe was ranked fifth … Continue reading

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October Snow in Winter Park

Winter Park in northern Colorado was slammed with its first major snowstorm this season. The snow has been coming down at a rate of two inches each hour, and it’s anticipated that the Winter Park area can expect at least … Continue reading

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Thriller Snow Dance Hosted by Park City Mountain Resort

Park City Mountain Resort is hosting its second annual Thriller Snow Dance. Participants are donning their ski boots, goggles and most frightening faces to celebrate the season and enlist the powers that be to bring us a little extra snow … Continue reading

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