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In honor of ski dad’s everywhere, today we’re featuring four fathers talking about family skiing. Enjoy! Happy Father’s Day to all you ski and snowboard dads! Enjoy your day and thanks for making winter so fun for your families. If you’d like to share why you love family skiing or share your favorite ski dad […]
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It’s been a fantastic ski and snowboard season, but with the end of school quickly approaching it’s time to turn our attention to biking, hiking, climbing, camping and other outdoor activities. Today, a short stewardship video from the Colorado Tourism Office and Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics. It reviews seven Leave No Trace […]
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“We often joke that when we’re not skiing, our family is talking about skiing. We suspect we’re not the only ones.” So I begin a recent article published on the Liftopia blog. And it’s true, even after the ski clothes are washed and dried, our skis are resting in the garage and our boots are […]
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“When you walk, arrive with every step. That is walking meditation. There is nothing else to it.” — Thich Nhat Hanh First, a bit about walking. In early February, I bought myself a gift. It’s a small book, a thin volume titled How To Walk by Thich Nhat Hanh. In How to Walk, Hanh gently […]
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Adaptive skiing and snowboarding programs serve adults and children across North America and throughout the world. For more information and adaptive sports programs listed by state, visit Disabled Sports USA. By Rich Silver We hopped off the chair lift on what was another beautiful Colorado ski day. Heading down the mountain in front of me […]
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The family that skis together… There are a lot of ways to fill in the blank and end this sentence. As I’ve quoted before, Warren Miller famously states that the “family that skis together goes broke together.” He’s also known for saying the “family that skis together bitches at each other.” Both are true at […]
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By Martin Griff Three ski-related products & services came my way, gratis, this season. They arrived in such a way that I felt no obligation to write nice things about them or even write about them at all. But, after putting them to the test, all three are worthy of words and positive reviews.  Kulkea […]
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If you’re at all sentimental, grab some tissues then click “play.” Abandoned is a new film from The Road West Traveled, a Colorado-based adventure production company. It’s a beautifully shot, amply researched, nostalgic look at three “lost” ski areas on Colorado’s Front Range. Featuring Geneva Basin, Berthoud Pass and Cuchara Mountain Resort, Abandoned includes interviews with those […]
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From world-class skiing to soothing hot springs to national parks, Montana is an extraordinary Spring Break destination for families. Longer days and warmer temperatures make springtime in Montana special, with plenty of ways to enjoy the snow.  Today, here’s a look at five Montana ski destinations, with suggestions for additional experiences to make your family’s […]
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With snow falling like crazy in California this winter, the ski season at Mammoth Mountain will easily extend into July. What are you waiting for? As a Colorado family that travels to ski resorts in other regions, we’ve become used to being asked “why are you here?” While we always have good reasons like “we’re […]
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