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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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  • Why you should spend your tax refund on a ski trip

    According to the IRS, the average tax refund for 2016 is $2,860*, which is a nice chunk of change to put towards an unforgettable ski trip in 2017-18 or even this summer in South America. We know you have many choices when it comes to deciding what you’ll do with your tax return, but as […] The post Why you should spend your tax refund on a ski trip appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.

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  • Vail Resorts purchase means Stowe pass will drop by 54%

    Last month, on February 21, Vail Resorts announced its acquisition of Stowe Mountain Resort, which is widely considered to be one of the best ski resorts in the East. The acquisition of Stowe marks the company’s first ski resort on the East Coast. For northeastern skiers, this move will make skiing at Stowe and out […] The post Vail Resorts purchase means Stowe pass will drop by 54% appeared first...

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  • Spring snow storm takes aim at Utah and Colorado

    According to Opensnow.com, Utah resorts, specifically the Cottonwood resorts of Alta, Snowbird, Solitude and Brighton, are in the midst of a big spring snowfall. Snowbird has already received 13 inches in the past 48 hours and could receive a bit more as the snow tapers off and heads to east to Colorado. The Colorado snow […] The post Spring snow storm takes aim at Utah and Colorado appeared first...

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  • Winter Park ski train service may expand next season

    The Denver Business Journal reported that about 18,000 people rode the Denver to Winter Park ski train this year, which exceeded expectations. Now, officials are in talks to expand that service. “Amtrak and Winter Park executives are meeting in Denver this week to talk about possibly expanding the service, which currently runs Saturdays and Sundays […] The post Winter Park ski train service may ex...

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  • All about the 2017 World Ski & Snowboard Festival

    Combine spring skiing and classic end-of-season celebrations, like outdoor concerts and parties, at North America’s No. 1 ski resort with a world-class line-up of filmmakers, photographers and professional ski and snowboard competitions and you’ve got the perfect event for mountain and music enthusiasts. Whistler Blackcomb is once again hosting the World Ski & Snowboard Festival, […] The post All ...

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  • Video: Recap of Winter Storm Stella

    Winter Storm Stella just pounded the Northeast, and there’s two more storm systems heading their way. New England resorts could close out the 2016-17 ski season with some of their deepest snowpacks ever. Check out this video from Ski the East for the storm recap, weekend conditions and what’s next. Stowe, VT – 38-52″ in […] The post Video: Recap of Winter Storm Stella appeared first on Ski Vacatio...

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  • Snow expected to return to Sierras + Rockies this week

    The Western U.S., particularly the Rockies, have been in a bit of a snow slump the past couple weeks. For sun worshipers and fans of spring skiing, this has been a boon, but it looks like the warm, sunny conditions might be soon letting way. Powderchasers.com is forecasting snow in the Sierras on Tuesday and […] The post Snow expected to return to Sierras + Rockies this week appeared first on Ski ...

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  • How to ski Highland Bowl with Strafe Outerwear

    There’s a place where the mountains meet the heavens, and, if you can get there, you actually feel like you’ve died and gone to heaven. Literally. It’s that spectacularly scenic, and the famous 782-foot vertical hike is real doozy. Depending on fitness level, the march to the pinnacle takes 20 to 50 minutes. But, as […] The post How to ski Highland Bowl with Strafe Outerwear appeared first on Ski ...

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  • How to harness 70s style on the slopes this spring

    With the advent of modern technology like rockered skis, heated gondolas with wi-fi and technical outerwear customized for a variety of weather conditions, it’s hard to say that any time other now was the best time to be a skier. But, there’s something really awesome about having lived and skied through the “early days.” In […] The post How to harness 70s style on the slopes this spring appeared f...

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  • A serious guide to successful pond skimming

    If you’ve ever watched a gender-confused gorilla on snow blades glide over—or crash into—an icy pool to the delight of a jubilant crowd, and, thought, “boy, I wish I could be like them,” it’s time you took the plunge (pun intended). For tips on how to receive the most amount of cheers, laughs and high […] The post A serious guide to successful pond skimming appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.

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  • Top ski resorts for closing day events

    Spring is a bittersweet time of year for us skiers and snowboarders. As the days get longer we’re reminded that winter is coming to a close. In less than a month most North American ski resorts will stop the bullwheel from turning for the season. But don’t fret, there’s still plenty of time to get […] The post Top ski resorts for closing day events appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.

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  • The most popular ski vacations of 2017

    Ski.com provides ski customized vacations to 120+ resorts worldwide, but our clients clearly have a few favorites. Read on to see the top 10 most popular destinations booked in 2017 to be skied this season and learn why these ski resorts are so well-loved. Top 10 most popular ski vacations of 2017 1. Snowmass With its […] The post The most popular ski vacations of 2017 appeared first on Ski Vacati...

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  • How to conquer closing day

    That bittersweet time of year is upon us once again. Closing day marks the end of another awesome winter, which is cause to mourn the passing season and celebrate it. Most resorts host friendly competitions and/or base-area concerts and dance parties—often beer-enhanced. From costumes to throw-back-style skiing, participants in end-of-season revelry also have a range […] The post How to conquer cl...

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  • Video: Eddie the Eagle still has it

    Over the weekend, Olympic ski-jumping veteran Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards proved to the world that he can still fly with the best of them. Almost three decades after his famous debut at the 1988 Calgary Olympics, Eddie landed the 18, 38, and 70 meter jumps, receiving raucous applause, at a reunion event at the Calgary […] The post Video: Eddie the Eagle still has it appeared first on Ski Vacation Bl...

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  • Best apres ski scenes in North America

    After a smile-inducing day on the slopes, nothing can quite put a proper cap on the experience like an authentic, celebratory apres-ski session. Whether you’re looking for a cold, locally crafted brew or libation, live music, friendly locals, finger-licking appetizers or perhaps even a felicitous hot tub encounter, you’ll find just what you seek at […] The post Best apres ski scenes in North Ameri...

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  • Snow returns to Colorado

    Colorado has been experiencing a bit of dry spell in February, on the heels of a very snowy December and January that put the state’s snowpack at above-normal levels. However, the two- to three-week snowstorm drought ended today, as it’s a powder day! Crested Butte is well on its way to surpassing record snowfall with 23 […] The post Snow returns to Colorado appeared first on Ski Vacation Blog.

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  • Which ski resort has the most snow?

    The race is on! It’s been a record-breaking snowfall year for many Western U.S. ski resorts, especially those located in California’s Sierra Nevadas. In fact, it’s been so deep at Lake Tahoe that several resorts might even make it to the 700-inch mark. Extended season announcements are already happening, and it’s clear that spring-skiing conditions […] The post Which ski resort has the most snow? ...

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  • 2 days in Vancouver, B.C.: the ultimate Whistler tack-on trip

    Photo: Tourism Vancouver / Albert Normandin Travel + Leisure rated Vancouver, British Columbia one of the “Best Cities in North America,” and for good reason. It’s an incredible melting pot of Asian, European and Native (First Nation) cultures, all of which are evident in the city’s modern and historic building, shops and restaurants. Moreover, this coastal […] The post 2 days in Vancouver, B.C.: ...

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