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Nordic shops that partner with high school ski teams avoid much of the stress that comes when the snow doesn’t.
Since each Truce bag is handmade using upcycled and recycled materials, each one is a unique and inimitable masterpiece that works as good as it looks.
According to BCA, avalanche transceivers will only help, if you and your group all know how to use them.
Outsite has done what we were all thinking: You can rent a room with communal living spaces and ultra-high-speed Internet just a stone’s throw from the slopes in Lake Tahoe, ski every day, and not miss a single day of remote work.
Meet the Green Mountain College Killington School of Resort Management Students on November 25-26, 2017 at Killington Resort. More than 30,000 people, including 90 professional athletes from 20 different countries, are expected to flock to Killington Resort in Vermont for the 2017 Audi FIS Ski World Cup, November 25-26 – and the students at Green […]
Reno-based Pugski.com, known as the best editorial resource in ski media, has received millions of page views since its inception in 2015. Pugski provides the skiing consumer with comprehensive skiing news, information, and ski equipment reviews.
Events will Feature Olympic Qualifiers, Skiing with Former Olympians and Olympic Celebrations Come February, all eyes will be on the Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. In the months leading up to the Olympics, Colorado Ski Country USA resorts across the state will host Olympic qualifiers and celebrate with Olympic-themed events including races, Olympiads, sendoffs […]
Picture this: It’s the first powder day of the season. You’re in the lift line, ready to go, and you overhear the person in line behind you explaining her idea for an improved snowboard binding she’s developing—the exact idea you spent the last year perfecting at your company. Despite the cold, you have to open […]
Stay Ahead of Your Competition: Take the E-Learning Course for New Instructors The Professional Ski Instructors of America and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI), launched a new E-Learning Course for New Instructors promising to help people interested in securing a job as ski or snowboard instructor stay a step ahead of their competition. The […]
Colorado Ski Country USA says its member resorts recognize that between tuition, textbooks, meal plans and keg parties, college gets expensive. And from the Front Range to the Western Slope and down to the southwest corner of the state, ski areas across Colorado offer deals and discounts to keep skiing and riding affordable for college […]
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