Skied at Copper Mountain on January 5, 2017

Lucky for us all the new year continued to bring new snow everywhere, including Copper Mountain. Waiting at Eisenhower Tunnel We drove up Thursday morning from Denver and with a few overnight inches, the entire drive up I-70 was slow and steady. It turned out that both Berthoud Pass and Loveland pass

Wild Women of the Wasatch | ep.06 | Steep Jobs

Wild Women of the Wasatch is back! This is Ski Utah guest blogger, Amy David, and I’m continually inspired by the abundance of mountain women I interact with in the Wasatch Range who are talented, knowledgeable, and many who clock into work while slope side. This episode features gals who

Frida Hansdotter Wins World Cup Slalom in Flachau

In Flachau, Austria, Frida Hansdotter took the fourth World Cup win of her career. She finished with a combined time of 1:51.40. Hansdotter, who has been on the podium in the last six slalom races in Flachau, loves the night slalom ambiance. "It’s the night atmosphere", she shared. "I think night

10 Reasons Why Ski Lessons Trump Parents' Instruction

Kids learn to ski and snowboard quickly with proper instruction...period. I learned as an adult, and I have all the fears that kids don't have. When kids take lessons they are given a clean slate.  Instructors teach them proper ways to start, stop, get off the lift and they listen (well

Redstone Ice Conditions Update 1.9.17

Disclaimer: Ice climbing is dangerous, use the below information at your own risk. It may be completely inaccurate due to the rapidly changing nature of ice conditions. Even though I probably should have been out skiing pow with everyone else, we went climbing in Redstone to see how things were shaping