Can you explain the intangible? What is it like to float on 5 inches of fresh powder and why does the world seem to silence itself as you navigate through a canopy of trees meticulously picking your line? A variety of adjectives strung together just won’t do justice. For special moments like these, a hands on approach is best. Just like these intangibles, explaining what … Continue reading Job Opening: Snow Reporter
By Courtney DiFiore Dad. Father. Daddy. Pop pop. Whatever your special name, today’s the day we celebrate dads. If you’re anything like me, you may have forgotten today was the day until, well…today! I didn’t prepare, I’m empty handed and, sure, ‘it’s the thought that counts,’ but is it? As a result, I’ve determined others like me need some help so below you’ll find a … Continue reading This is for you, Dad
By Charlie Reetz Everyone who skis and snowboards expects to have the most fun possible right on their first run. It continues until you’ve tired yourself out and you go to après to have even more fun. What some may forget or overlook is the process and preparation of shredding the gnar. Such things as driving 4 hours north from the city or constructing the … Continue reading The Labor of Love
Find full descriptions of all featured items HERE! 1. Brunton Charging Devices at Head Case 2. Analog Outerwear at Burton 3. Electric Goggles at Syd & Dusty’s 4. Skea Women Daria Jacket at Dashing Bear 5. Logo Wear at Stratton Sports 6. Women’s Verbera Utility Boot at The North Face 7. Marmot Outerwear at First Run 8. Learn to Ride Boards at Stratton Rentals 9. Simone One Piece … Continue reading New Year, New Gear!
By Charlie Reetz When you get to my age, which is 26 years young, you might be asking Santa for more money under the tree. It’s the first thing that comes to mind after paying bills, rent and maybe a few nights out on the town. However that doesn’t stop me from dreaming big and sending postcards to the North Pole for some extra swag. … Continue reading Snow Reporter’s Wish List
By Kirby Daly Do you have a favorite trail at Stratton? Many of us do. See if you can match up the face to their favorite trail! a) Upper Spruce b) Upper Slalom Glade c) Moon Dance d) Diamond In The Rough e) Anything with a park feature f) Mike’s Way g) all of them! h) Polar Bear i) Black Bear j) Lower Spruce k) … Continue reading Trail Picks at Stratton
By Charlie Reetz There are a lot of great things that we as a skiing/snowboarding community can enjoy. Fresh powder over corduroy or vice versa is just one example. Greater luxuries include massages, fine dining or soaking yourself in a hot tub after an amazing day of skiing. This is the following list of smaller luxuries that I personally enjoy. The smell of fresh ground … Continue reading The Little Luxuries