Member Login

Logging In
Invalid username or password.
Incorrect Login. Please try again.

not a member? sign-up now!

Signing up could earn you gear and it helps to keep offensive content off of our site.


Mountain Culture

Beast of the East: Killington Roars to Life on Tuesday

Killington Resort
Killington Courtesy
Passholders rewarded with dibs on first day; public rolls in on Wednesday.

Killington’s claim on first-to-open status in the East appears to be safe for another year. Its lifts, which operated through Memorial Day last spring despite what is now widely considered the worst winter ever in New England, will begin spinning again on Tuesday, the resort announced late Monday night following a five-inch snowfall over the weekend.

The first day of operation will be reserved for passholders—a special treat for the most loyal customers. Starting Wednesday, the general public is welcome.

Ski Town Airbnb's You Can't Miss

Cozy fireplaces and steaming hot tubs can be yours at these slope-side Airbnb's this winter.

Planning your winter ski trip and unsure of lodging? Airbnb is making it easier than ever with their ski town specific lodging,  the ability to have your group vote on their favorites, and book instantly.

Find lodging specific to your family or groups needs, make sure it has a cozy fireplace and a steaming hot tub and enjoy.

Here are our top Airbnb picks for popular ski destinations.

Back in the Day

Back in the Day
Matt Wood Illustration
Yeah, yeah, I skied a few times back home in high school. I’ll be fine.

What was to be the birth of my ski career began with a bold-faced lie at the base of Arapahoe Basin. Growing up in the suburbs of Chicago, I spent my winters making snow forts, playing pond hockey, rooting for the Blackhawks, and thinking that my home “mountain,” with its 230 vertical feet, was the epitome of extreme snow sports.

Bode Miller to Sue HEAD USA

Bode Miller to Sue HEAD USA
Bode Miller Withdraws
Bode would like to make a comeback sans HEAD skis.

Bode Miller is sueing HEAD skis after making the decision to return to ski racing.

Miller left HEAD in 2015 after deciding to no longer ski race. Having signed a termination agreement that prevents him from racing on a competitors skis for two years, he is now trying to overturn the agreement to return to World Cup competition.

RSS Feed