We had another great weekend of warm skiing, moderate crowds, and soft snow up at Winter Park
Rachel samples the free Noosa yogurt on the lift
Weekend mornings at the Winter Park base sometimes start with a sampling of free Noosa yogurt below the Zephyr lift. This morning was no different
Spring break is here, and it’s not just for the kids. The Yeti is taking a few personal days and is looking forward to some fresh tracks, warmer temps, and unlimited opportunities to take in the good life.
Welcome to the seventh edition of Yeti High-Fives—a bi-weekly installment of what’s happening
This one was one of the most picturesque and best powder days I’ve ever seen on a weekend
Sunday morning we woke up to a few inches of fresh powder and headed over to Winter Park as quickly as we could. We jumped onto the Zephyr lift as soon as it
On a recent Saturday afternoon, before visiting friends who were renting a cabin in Eden for a ski trip to Powder Mountain, I decided to pop in to New World Distillery, a place that had been on my radar since their opening this past December. Since their products aren’t yet
Mikaela Shiffrin completed her sweep of the weekend, winning today's slalom race with a combined time of 1:39.48 seconds, a full 1.03 seconds ahead of second-place finisher Sarka Strachova of the Czech Republic and 1.08 seconds ahead of Austria’s Bernadette Schild in third.
Shiffrin also locked down this season’s slalom title
We explored Winter Park with some friends and had a spring-like day, but with February crowds
It was a sunny day at Winter Park and it seems like everyone from Denver decided to join us. The morning crowds at the base were huge so we quickly headed up Zephyr and never
Powder days - The Holy Grail of skiing.
But timing them, especially when you need to fly into town—can be hit or miss. But did you know there’s a way to increase your odds as far as two weeks out thanks to a buoy off the coast of Hawaii?
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After several days of heavy snowfall at the Tyrolean ski resort, the skies finally cleared to allow the competition to take place on the renowned Wildseeloder face (2118m). Competitors were treated to good visibility and somewhat variable snow conditions on the 600 vertical meter face due to snow safety control
It was great to get back to Copper Mountain and explore what Union Peak has to offer
I grew up skiing at Copper Mountain and never spent much time outside of the main base areas and Timberline Express. When we headed up with a friend it was time to explore a
Once again, challenging weather was awaiting the Audi FIS World Cup Tour in Kranjska Gora. With a lot of water and salt, the race line offered challenging conditions for the last slalom race of the season before Aspen Finals.
Michael Matt won his first world Cup Race today by taking the