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

Henrik Kristoffersen Wins World Cup Slalom in Adelboden

The slalom season is in full swing in January, with the 5th race of the season being held on the traditional Chuenisbärgli in Adelboden. Norway’s Henrik Kristoffersen took his second slalom win in a row at the venue with a combined time of 1:54.87 seconds. Italy’s Manfred Moelgg continued his strong

Reasons to be excited to be a 5th grade passport kid!

Every 5th and 6th grader has the chance to participate in this wonderful program. The 5th graders get to have three days free at every wonderful resort in Utah. The 6th graders that participate are welcome to have one day free!! Any 5th or 6th grade student across the U.S. who is

Manfred Moelgg Wins Zagreb Slalom

After 8 years of victory drought, Manfred Moelgg claimed the win at the slalom in Zagreb, ahead of Felix Neureuther and Henrik Kristoffersen. A firework for both the new crowned king and the 50 years of the FIS Ski World Cup concluded the “Snow Queen Trophy” in the Croatian venue. It

Utah Resorts Measuring Snow in FEET

This weather discussion and snow stoke is provided by our friends at Wasatch Snow Forecast.  Utah is coming off a fantastic end to 2016 with a December that featured a constant stream of storms.  The frequency of fresh snow has left us powder hounds giddy.  We now have snowpack numbers above average

Get More Ruhpolding – The Lowdown

Imagine your perfect ski resort. Is it a high-altitude, ski-in-ski-out resort with access to 500km of piste and a superclub? If so, Ruhpolding’s probably not for you. In and of itself, Ruhpolding’s ski area is a relatively small 22km. It

Skied at Winter Park on January 1, 2017

Happy New Year! We had a beautiful blue-sky Sunday at Winter Park and it felt like we had it all to ourselves. We started the New Year’s morning leaving Denver around 6:45 AM and saw no snow on the road nor traffic in front of us. The drive was smooth and