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The Snow Report with Halley O'Brien

The winter show that blends sarcasm and stoke every other week, all season long.
The Snow Report With Halley O'Brien



A SoCal Culture Club

Part Vegas, part skatepark, the most diverse ski destination in North America just might hold the secret to skiing’s future. Welcome to California’s Big Bear Mountain Resorts.

A tall transgender woman wearing hot-pink ski togs perches on a bench at the foot of a snowy Southern California ski slope, adjusting her boot buckles and striking a pose.

Local's Guide to Aspen, Colorado

It sure seems like it’s all glam and glitz, but don’t let this iconic ski town fool you.

At first glance, Aspen doesn’t seem like it would pack that mean of a punch. Young moms in yoga pants chauffeur toddlers in expensive-looking strollers, men in fur coats sip coffee, and the Prada store radiates in the morning light. Sounds fairly innocent, right? As far as I can tell, it’s all a ploy because leaving Aspen almost always necessitates a vacation to recover from my vacation.

Guide to Park City’s Best Shopping

Guide to Park City’s Best Shopping
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Main Street is home to some of the finest boutiques, galleries, and local shops around. You can easily spend several days exploring the options. Here’s where to start.

Dolly’s Bookstore: This charming, cozy book nook is a fine spot to hunker down with a tome and while away a couple of hours in peace. Pick up a surprise for the little ones in your life in Dolly’s excellent children’s section. 

Burns Cowboy Shop: Don’t pass buy this authentic Western store with a full selection of genuine cowboy boots, hats, belts, buckles, and more. Owned and operated by the Burns family since 1876, the shop is a true local gem.

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Deer Valley in the Summer

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Deer Valley in the Summer
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Ask any local and they’ll tell you that they came to Deer Valley® for the winter, but they stayed for the summer. There’s a reason for that. Come find out for yourself.

1 › Mountain Biking Fly down over 70 miles of downhill and cross-country trails at the resort, comprising three chairlifts and more than 30 trails.

2 › Scenic Rides & Hiking Board a chairlift at the base, mid-mountain or Empire Canyon and explore the resort’s web of trails. Hike down or take the chairlift both ways for great views.

Local’s Guide to Lake Louise, Alberta

Dig into Canadian roots with hockey, fine food, and blower pow skiing.

Why You Should Ski Whitefish Mountain Resort

What do you get when a great regional mountain looks to go big-time? Skiing’s sweet spot.
Kelsey Boleski flees the snowghosts haunting Hellroaring Basin. (Photo: Craig Moore/Glacierworld.com)

I notice a theme as I walk up to Gate 93, at the far end of the B concourse at Denver International Airport. Today two flights are boarding at the same time.

How to Ski Michigan's Mount Bohemia

At the Midwest’s Mount BoHo, the goods are in the woods.

» Location Lac La Belle, Mich.

» Getting There Unload Lift 1 and make a sharp right onto Miner’s Hollow, then veer left down onto Bull Moose. Check your speed and enter the trees to the left of the Extreme Backcountry sign. It’s a mellow slope but the trees are tight at the top. Take heed. Midwestern trees bite back.

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Skiing on the Side

How South Lake Tahoe is transforming from a has-been gambling hub to a 24-hour mountain town that just wants to have fun.
(Photo: Courtesy Heavenly Mountain Resort/Rachid Dahnoun)

I’m eating a vegan burger, made from scratch with green-chile pinto beans, a t
an Irish pub across the street from the Heavenly gondola, steps from the border of California and Nevada.

Why You Should Ski Loon and Cannon

The beauty of the White Mountains never disappoints at the gateway resorts of Franconia Notch.
(Photo: C. Nelson James/Meathead Films)

Entropy happens. And on a drizzly night in May of 2003, it reminded us nothing is permanent when it dismantled New Hampshire’s most cherished icon, the Old Man of the Mountain.

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