Wild Women of the Wasatch | ep.07 | Local Pioneers

Ski Utah guest blogger, Amy David, back to share a few legendary stories of local pioneers. Within every community, natural leaders tend to emerge to create a lasting impact. This episode highlights several influential women who have played an integral role in developing their local ski communities. We’ve got a

Marcel Hirscher Wins Second Gold in St. Moritz 2017

It was another perfect day of ski racing as the 2017 World Ski Championships in St. Moritz drew to a close with the men’s slalom on Sunday. Austrian superstar Marcel Hirscher claimed his third medal of the Championships and his second gold as he took the race with a two-run

The Cats Come Out at Night

Untouched powder snow is the stuff dreams are made of for many skiers and riders. But being the first to lay down a deep arc on a buttery-smooth groomed slope is just as satisfying for others. And while Utah is renowned near and far for its consistent, foot-plus dumps, thanks to

France Wins Team Event in St. Moritz 2017

France earned its first medal at the 2017 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships today when the team of Tessa Worley, Mathieu Faivre, Alexis Pinturault, Julien Lizeroux, Nastasia Noens and Adeline Baud Mugnier earned the gold medal at the Nations Team Event in St. Moritz.France edged surprise finalist Slovakia in the

Swiss Ladies’ Team Shine in St. Moritz Alpine Combined

The Swiss ladies’ team continued to shine at the 2017 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in St. Moritz as Wendy Holdener and Michelle Gisin took home the gold and silver medals on today’s alpine combined.. Austria’s Michaela Kirchgasser earned the bronze medal.It was the third medal for the Swiss women

January Skiing in Soldeu – The Lowdown

As the 16th smallest country in the world, relatively few people have heard of Andorra, let alone seen it with their own eyes. But allow me to let you in on a secret – part of Andorra‘s charm is