Headed to Lake Tahoe for a summer vacation? Check out Squaw Valley for paintballing, disco ice skating, and more.
Squaw Valley is home to some of the best skiing in the country, but when the snow melts there’s just as much opportunity for adventure. This summer, they’ve added to the list of opportunities by opening the hill to mountain bikers, paintballers, zip liners, and disc golfers alike. Take the cable car up to the High Camp at Squaw Valley to experience breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe while enjoying your favorite activities.
Be in late-season form when the first flakes fall. SKI's pre-season training regimen will get you fit.
Labor Day—the unofficial end of summer—is looming, and with it the realization that your grand plans to maintain last season’s ski legs fell apart sometime around Memorial Day. Soon the kids will go back to school and the pool will close. But before you put your best intentions—and your swimsuit—in a drawer, consider this: A slow-and-steady approach to ski fitness is far more manageable than a post-Halloween mad-dash.
Here are the picks for best spring skiing run, restaurant, off slope activity and some interesting spring skiing stats.
Stay Slopeside for $99 and save over 35%
Take advantage of our 35 feet of snowfall by staying slopeside in rooms from $99! Want to spread out and enjoy the luxury of a one-bedroom condo complete with an eat-in kitchen? We have them for just $169 at the Village Lodge and Juniper Springs Resort. Both are only a few steps from the lifts!
SkiNet Contributor, Summit County Diva, Colorado Correspondant
An (almost) Colorado native, Beth Jahnigen Pappas graduated from CU Boulder with a Journalism Degree and went on to be the Promotion Coordinator for Ski and Skiing Magazines before moving to Summit County to work in Copper Mountain’s Marketing Department. Five years later, she left to work at the Denver-based advertising agency, Factory Design Labs. She returned to the mountains fulltime in Summer 2007 and has not looked back.
Award-winning helmet camera fuels international adventure sports community; 75% of camera owners sharing video from 57 countries
Seattle, WA – VholdR, the online adventure-sports community driven by the ultimate helmet camera, today released its new ‘easy to edit’ software to meet the demands of its growing online community that is actively sharing video. The new software, which is Mac and PC compatible, enables anyone to tag, clip, and share their video adventures in seconds.
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KILLINGTON, Vt. (August 25, 2008) – http://www.killington.com/ target=_blank>Killington Resort, the epicenter of fall foliage viewing in New England, is once again offering aerial foliage viewing via the K-1 Gondola, plus mountain biking, hiking and special events to showcase the spectacular autumn colors throughout the Green Mountains of Vermont.