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.
If you ski, you need to know the lingo – even if you’re not a ski bum. Here’s a list of ski slang that’s fun to know and even more fun to use.
The Back to Ski pros have plenty of good advice for families who want to ski together.
Whether you are skiing near the north shore or south shore, here are two ski rental options in Lake Tahoe that I highly recommend.
We’re so happy we could return to Squaw Valley after 20 years and share this magical place with our children, and we can’t wait to come back again (and again!).
I never knew the difference between a tram, a gondola, and a funitel until I came to Squaw Valley. Heck, I never even heard the word funitel.
My family spent a couple fun-filled days at Heavenly Mountain last week and I’ve got some beautiful photos to share.
An impromptu snowball fight on the slopes at Squaw Valley led to a conversation with a young, Russian girl and a memory my daughter will not soon forget.
We’ve been in Lake Tahoe a little more than two weeks and we’re getting into the groove of the Tahoe Ski Bum lifestyle.
It’s finally (finally!) feeling like autumn here in the northeast, and winter vacation planning is in full swing. If you need any incentive to plan a ski vacation with your family this winter, consider the advice of the experienced Back to Ski team, and check out these posts.
Black Tie Ski Rental arrived at our vacation home in a van stocked with ski equipment of various sizes and brands. They spent time with each person in our group (a total of 11 people) to make sure everyone got the right fit. But I wasn’t waiting around in any lines. I gave them my boot to be fitted to the rental ski bindings, then I was off to finish my chicken pot pie.