Thalassotherapy: Why Swimming In The Sea Is Good For You

If you live near the sea, make frequent trips to the beach, or are planning an island holiday this summer, chances are you’re getting more out of it than just enjoyment. It has long been thought sea frolicking has many health benefits. Historically, doctors would recommend their patients go to the

Get More Andorra – The Lowdown

There are a few things everybody knows about Andorra, like the fact that it’s a high-altitude, fairly snow-sure destination with a reputation for English-speaking ski schools of the highest quality. It also has two primary ski areas – both of

Second GS Victory in Semmering For Mikaela Shiffrin

Mikaela Shiffrin takes her second victory in Semmering today under challenging conditions. France’s Tessa Worley finished in second place for the second day in a row, and Germany’s Viktoria Rebensburg made her return to the GS podium in third place. Shiffrin managed to ski with conviction through the heavy snowfall

A Return to The Farm and Mountain Comfort Food

Believe it or not, this is my fifth year writing about food for Ski Utah. Time has flown in a blur of menus, while I’ve chocked up both epic ski seasons and calories—and hence, trips to the gym. It’s worth it. One of my early posts introduced many of you

The Lowdown: Why We Love Ruhpolding

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

December Dreamin' at Powder Mountain

As we have found ourselves in a bit of a storm track so far this season, Utah resorts have been receiving an above average amount of snow for December. Reports of of more that 30 inches of fresh had been coming from some of the resorts in the northern Wasatch,