Despite the tasty food, the 500+ inches of superior snow annually, the vast, inviting terrain and complete absence of lift lines, Powder Mountain is not on a lot of people’s radar. And the regulars like it that way.
Smugglers’ Notch Resort in Vermont holds a special place in my family’s heart because the people are wonderful, the adventures are amazing, and the resort really knows how to make a family vacation run smoothly.
Meteor Crater near Winslow, Arizona, is the world’s best-preserved meteor impact site. It’s quite an impressive sight when you walk out to the rim of the crater.
With the serenity and satisfaction that comes with both connecting and disconnecting, this mountain retreat allows you to get away from it all, but still have it all.
Most ski resorts offer free skiing for kids five and under, but your kids can still ski free when they are ages 6 – 12 and even as old as 17. Here are some of the best kids ski free programs in the US.
Have you heard of flyboarding? It’s like riding a hoverboard over water and it’s absolutely exhilarating!
While the physical part of my visit to Woodward Copper was challenging, it was the mental part where I grew the most.
Whether it’s snowshoeing, touring sugarhouses, or maple-themed dining, you can get a front row seat to the maple sugaring process at Smugglers’ Notch Resort in Vermont.
Even if you’re not a fan of cold weather, there’s something magical about exploring this town, nestled under the peaks of the majestic Rocky Mountains, on a crisp day under the bright sunshine or softly falling snow.
Many of us have kids who just don’t enjoy group lessons with other kids, or even private lessons away from mom and dad. Keystone’s family ski lesson offers the perfect solution.
I’m so excited to embark on a three-week ski and snow adventure tour through three fantastic Colorado ski resorts: Keystone, Breckenridge, and Copper.
The Back to Ski pros have plenty of good advice for families who want to ski together.