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Preseason Training and Adventures

Lifts start spinning at Stowe tomorrow!!! I could not be more stoked, especially since they teased us with a scheduled passholder’s day on November 14th, and a scheduled opening day on November 21st (both of which did not happen due to lack of cold temperatures and snow.) I did, however, get to enjoy quite a few days hiking up Stowe and skiing some early season fluff and grass, a day at Killington (when the lifts were spinning back in the end of October), and hiking up and skiing the snow blown trail at Stowe and building booters with my rad group of friends. 320 more words



Purebread is one of the best bakeries in Vancouver and Whistler, and their Vancouver location is very close to where we live.

Sunday’s lunch was from there, including their famous Crack bar. 199 more words

Food Drink

The air officially tastes like winter, which means I’m itching to strap on my skis and hit the hills. Alas, there aren’t any nearby (Canadian prairie life struggles). 46 more words


Mount Baker Ski Area Opens Early for 2015: An Interview with Doug Ziegler

An interview with Doug Ziegler including his own personal photography.

Due to the pleasantly mischievous work of El Nino, the Mt. Baker Ski Area became open to all snow enthusiasts on Thursday, November 19th this year- a full month earlier than last year. 726 more words

All Of It

Let It (Man-Made) Snow In Bloomington

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — There is talk of snow in the weather. But ever since it started getting cold enough, ski hills have been making it. … 33 more words


1st Ski Area is Open for the Season in Woodbury

WOODBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — It’s beginning to look a lot like…. Thanksgiving?

“As soon as I saw Woodbury was open it was like Christmas my heart was going. 246 more words


Kicking Horse To Open Early For The First Time Ever!

You heard it here, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort will open early for the first time since its founding.

The resort located just outside of Golden, British Columbia has had a stellar start to the season. 245 more words