Come Hither: Alta, Aspen, Jackson and Squaw/Alpine team up.
The new motto for resorts this season just might be All for One, One for All, as four of the biggest names in the sport have banded together to offer a unique, unified ski pass. The new Mountain Collective pass, working with Liftopia, offers eight days of skiing at Alta, Aspen/Snowmass, Jackson Hole, and Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows for $349.
Two Olympic skiers spend a day at the Nordic skate skiing track at Solitude Mountain Resort.
Two Olympic skiers walk onto the Nordic skate skiing track at Solitude Mountain Resort. One is an Olympic Nordic Skier and coach and the other an Olympic Mogul Skier, seeking to be a skate skier. Neither knows the other’s background. What are the chances of this encounter?
From flats to steeps, corduroy to punchy un-groomed, powder to bumps, prepare your skiing regardless of the terrain offers a variety of challenges.
One of the reasons I enjoy skiing at Solitude Mountain Resort is the variety of terrain that you can ski in the same day (and the Solitude Spa). From flats to steeps, corduroy to punchy un-groomed, powder to bumps, skiing regardless of the terrain offers a variety of challenges. Let’s go over some pointers to help you navigate your way through some of the hardest tests you’ll encounter while exploring the mountain.
Six suggestions to help keep yourself healthy at altitude, so you and your loved ones can fully enjoy your vacation from start to finish!
People traveling for their ski vacations typically come with an eagerness and vision of the perfect vacation, yet they forget about the altitude. Studies have shown that ski resorts above 8,000 feet pose the highest risk to those who are not acclimated to high elevations. Depending on the elevation that you live at, you may not feel the effects. But for those coming in from sea level it is helpful to keep in mind that at 8,000 feet, oxygen is reduced by 25%.
Online home-rental services, such as Airbnb, are reinventing ski travel and helping homeowners pay their mortgages. But at a cost: more nuisance for neighbors and a tighter housing crunch.
When booking ski lodgings, Jonathan Retseck doesn’t bother with central reservations anymore. The Manhattan sports-marketing firm owner logs on to Airbnb.com and checks out reviews of private homes. “It’s our default these days,” says Retseck, who has booked with Airbnb at ski areas including Killington, Vt., and Park City, Utah. “There are more options, and you can find something unique.”