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  • Heaviest snowfall since 2007 hits Santiago + surrounding ski resorts
    Locals in Santiago, Chile awoke to a rare sight this past Saturday: snow. Reportedly the heaviest snowfall the Chilean capital has seen since 2007, the snow measured up to two inches in some areas and blanketed the entire city, turning Santiago into a classic winter wonderland. Residents were quick to embrace the magical scenery, especially […] The post Heaviest snowfall since 2007 hits Santiago +...
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  • 6 reasons guided ski trips are awesome
    We say this a lot—and we hear this a lot from our clients who are using our services for the first time—ski trips are some of the most complicated trips you can book. We’re going to toot our horns a little bit here, but that’s why hundreds of thousands of skiers have turned to us […] The post 6 reasons guided ski trips are awesome appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.
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  • Where you can ski this 4th of July
    Thanks to a record-setting snowfall year (63 feet of snow), there’s still skiing in the California Sierras. Here’s the lowdown on where you can don a star-spangled bikini, along with your skis and boots for one unforgettable Fourth! Fourth of July at Squaw Valley Photo: Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Squaw’s “Freedom Fest” will be the […] The post Where you can ski this 4th of July appeared first on ...
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  • Top South American resorts are officially open for skiing
    This weekend, it’s official! The two top South American ski resorts of Portillo and Valle Nevado will be fully operational. Valle Nevado turned on the bullwheel for skiing nearly a month early, due to awesome snow conditions, but had not yet opened up its hotel complex to overnight guests. Portillo is expecting great opening-day conditions […] The post Top South American resorts are officially ope...
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  • 6 podcasts every skier should subscribe to
    Perfect for flights, chairlifts or long road trips, podcasts [digitally recorded interviews or stories] are great travel companions. They’re also great during long stints in between skiing, i.e. summer, when you just really want to reconnect with your beloved sport and daydream about the white stuff. Warning: they also might induce intense ski cravings. Proceed […] The post 6 podcasts every skier ...
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  • 5 days in Vail: a first-timer’s guide
    Photo: Vail Resort Boasting 5,289 acres, seven Back Bowls and three world-class base villages, with incredible restaurants, shopping and nightlife, Vail is brimming with on- and off-mountain experiences that make it especially magical for first-timer visitors. You’ll feel like the world is your oyster when staying at Vail, and it’s all within easy access thanks […] The post 5 days in Vail: a first...
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  • What is the cheapest day to book a flight to the mountains?
    Photo: Aspen Snowmass Late in 2016, Expedia and Airlines Reporting Corporation released the 2017 Global Air Travel Trends, an analysis of billions of data points to spot trends that the modern traveler can use to book with intelligence in 2017. The study unveiled several pieces of nuggets for air travel. Here they are: Average Ticket Prices (ATPs) […] The post What is the cheapest day to book a fl...
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  • Squaw Valley is the place to be this spring + summer
    It’s official, Squaw Valley is “The Capital of Spring Skiing.” Now boasting snowfall totals around 720-plus inches, Squaw Valley has has a stellar winter and spring. The ample snow is allowing the resort to stay open until July 4 and beyond. Spring and summer skiers are not only being treated to extra late turns, but […] The post Squaw Valley is the place to be this spring + summer appeared first ...
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  • 13 things you need to know about Portillo
    If you’ve been musing over making your first South America ski trip happen this summer, it’s high time you brush up on your ski resort knowledge on one of Chile’s most popular destinations: Portillo. 1. It’s called “the cruise ship in the mountains” While Portillo may not be the easiest place to get to, once […] The post 13 things you need to know about Portillo appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog...
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  • Breaking News: Valle Nevado is opening early
    Yesterday, the Chilean ski resort of Valle Nevado announced they’ll be opening one month early due to “abundant pre-season snow.” Over the past two weeks, the Andes received several bountiful snow storms. The resort’s lifts, restaurants, rentals and retail shops will open the resort to skiers and riders this Saturday, May 27, and the formal […] The post Breaking News: Valle Nevado is opening early...
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  • Aspen Mountain will open for Memorial Day Weekend
    Thanks to ample spring storms that dropped 18 inches in the past week, Aspen Skiing Company just announced it will open Aspen Mountain for skiing and riding Memorial Day weekend, May 27–29. This weekend will also mark the kickoff to summer operations on Aspen Mountain, which includes Silver Queen Gondola access to on-mountain sightseeing and […] The post Aspen Mountain will open for Memorial Day W...
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  • Top spas in Ski Country
    By Morgan Tilton When we choose an incredible mountain location for a winter vacation—like the Tetons, Wasatch Range or Colorado’s Rocky Mountains—it can be hard to slow down and relax when the terrain and conditions are simply too good to be true. To offset the physical demands of travel and outdoor play, a spa date […] The post Top spas in Ski Country appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.
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  • Hot springs in the Andes Mountains
    By Morgan Tilton Soaking in natural hot springs has been a cultural practice for humans around the world for centuries, and for some, thousands of years. The oldest sites discovered are thought to be in India and Pakistan, built prior to 2000 B.C., according to James Cook University. The health benefits of mineral baths, and […] The post Hot springs in the Andes Mountains appeared first on Ski Vac...
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  • Hot Springs in the Alps and Dolomites
    By Morgan Tilton Exhausted ski quads are best celebrated with an afternoon soak and spa treatment, preferably in some hot springs with a mountain view. Here are a handful of the best therapeutic mineral pools throughout the Alps, for before or after après-ski. Bagni di Bormio, Italy Photo: Bagni Vecchi Spa Tucked against northern Italy’s […] The post Hot Springs in the Alps and Dolomites appeared ...
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  • Best après-ski with a view
    By Morgan Tilton Beyond the altitude, frigid temperatures, and an icy cocktail or brew, high mountain views are truly what take our breath away. Here are five of the best après-ski panoramas to behold at ski resorts around the Rockies in the Western U.S. Telluride The old mining town of Telluride, CO sits at an […] The post Best après-ski with a view appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.
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  • New uphilling policies at North American ski resorts
    By Megan Tilton More snow resorts are permitting pre-chairlift crowds to ski uphill—does that sound bizarre? Uphilling—also called “skinning”—is cross-country travel on skis or a splitboard with the goal of climbing up and going down (Note: ski touring is traversing outside of ski area boundaries). The activity has long been a part of European ski […] The post New uphilling policies at North Ameri...
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  • 7 awesome hot springs in Ski Country
    By Morgan Tilton The only thing better than a powder day is waking up with fresh ski legs for round two. From British Columbia and Alberta to the Wild West, here are some soaking pools that make the top of the list for post-ski therapy. Miette Hot Springs Tucked in Alberta’s Jasper National Park, Miette […] The post 7 awesome hot springs in Ski Country appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.
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  • Video: skiing Portillo’s Super C
    Accessed from the top of Roca Jack slingshot lift, Super C rewards those willing to make the challenging hike with 5,600 vertical feet of skiing and incredible snow conditions. Aspen-based, pro-skier Chris Davenport has skied at Portillo for the last 15 seasons and has conquered Super C 31 times, according to a Powder.com interview. Watch Davenport […] The post Video: skiing Portillo’s Super C app...
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  • What is snow golf?
    Yes. It’s a real thing. According to Wikipedia, it’s…”a sport based on golf but played over snow (or ice) instead of grass. The “greens” are called “whites” and have a maintained snow or ice surface.” It’s also the perfect spring activity for mountain lovers/outdoor enthusiasts, combining the last reserves of winter’s bounty with an activity […] The post What is snow golf? appeared first on Ski Va...
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  • The legend of Portillo’s Inca Lake
    Legend has it that Portillo’s Inca Lake or Luguna del Incas is enchanted, and on some nights you can hear eerie, mournful cries across the Lake. The origin of these cries is fabled to come from the spirit of an Incan prince who lost his beloved bride. When the Incas ruled Northern Chile, they performed […] The post The legend of Portillo’s Inca Lake appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.
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  • Thanks to deep snowpack Squaw might stay open until next winter
    Squaw Valley is still reaping the rewards of a bountiful winter. The Lake Tahoe resort received nearly 60 feet of snow this winter, three of which fell last week. The ample snowpack means the resort is toying with the idea of continuing operations through the summer and fall, right into the start of the 2017-18 ski […] The post Thanks to deep snowpack Squaw might stay open until next winter appear...
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  • Where we skied in 2016-17
    Every spring we’re sad to say adieu to winter, but—like many skiers—we like to look back back on the season and all we experienced and skied. Here’s an Instagram roundup of winter destinations Ski.com staffers visited on our “FAM” or familiarization trips, which many of us take every year to deepen our knowledge of top […] The post Where we skied in 2016-17 appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.
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  • Video: Jackson Hole season recap
    T’was one for the books at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Truly. The resort ended the 16-17 season last weekend with 593″ and the deepest snowpack Rendezvous Bowl has ever recorded. The post Video: Jackson Hole season recap appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.
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  • Mammoth Resorts to be acquired by Aspen Skiing Co. & KSL
    PRESS RELEASE Aspen and Denver, Colorado, April 12, 2017 – Mammoth Resorts, the owner of Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, Snow Summit, Bear Mountain and June Mountain, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by a newly formed entity controlled by affiliates of the Aspen Skiing Company, L.L.C. (“Aspen”) and KSL […] The post Mammoth Resorts to be acquired by Aspen Sk...
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  • Mountain biking at ski resorts
    Over the next three weeks many ski resorts will open their summer mountain biking and hiking trails. There’s no better way to beat the summer lowland heat than heading up to the crisp mountain air. A summer vacation to your favorite ski resorts is a great option, especially if you’re looking for a full docket of outdoor […] The post Mountain biking at ski resorts appeared first on Ski Vacation Blo...
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  • Aspen Skiing Company and KSL acquire Intrawest for $1.5B
    Aspen Skiing Company, owner of Aspen Snowmass, in partnership with an affiliate of KSL Capital Partners, who owns Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows and is a co-owner of Snowmass Base Village, just announced this morning that they’ve acquired Intrawest Resort Holdings to the tune of $1.5 billion. Intrawest owns Steamboat Resort, operates Winter Park and also owns […] The post Aspen Skiing Company and KSL...
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  • 4/6/17: Where is it snowing?
    Spring storms are spanning across the North American continent right now. Two large storm systems will affect both coasts over the weekend, one will bring heavy, wet snow to many Western resorts and the other will bring rain to New England. Read OpenSnow forecasts below for Lake Tahoe, Mammoth, Whistler, Utah, Colorado and the Tetons. […] The post 4/6/17: Where is it snowing? appeared first on Ski...
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  • Telluride reports second snowiest season on record
    Over the weekend, Telluride, Colorado closed down its bullwheel for the season. The 2016-17 closing day was especially jubilant as the resort was celebrating their second snowiest season on record, with 308 inches. After a bit of a lull in March, Telluride got hammered with a couple bountiful storms this past week. The snowiest season […] The post Telluride reports second snowiest season on record...

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