It’s hard to know where you’re going, or where you’re at for that matter, if you’ve never took time to look back at where you’ve been. The past allows one to see progression, successes, failures and everything between. As the New Year approaches, Stratton’s looking back and sharing some highlights from 2015. Join us, as we reminisce on wonderful memories like these, during our New Year’s … Continue reading Stratton New Year’s Highlights!
Mountain Operations is a world with its own laws and postulates. People united by sweat and tears. There’s no admission fee for this club; your spot is earned. In this club, nights turn into mornings, hands are perpetually cold and skin grows tough. I’m not in this club so how do I know right? They let me in…briefly anyway. Craig Panarisi, Vice President of Mountain Operations, … Continue reading Resort Report | Snowmaking
Two new faces will be skiing and riding Stratton this season: Victoria and Monica. They will be your go-to gals for all things snow. Find them daily on the Snow Report page. Victoria Rezny | Victoria has been in love with the outdoors ever since she received an ATV under her Christmas tree at the age of 7. Although Victoria grew up on Long Island, 15 minutes away … Continue reading Meet Your Snow Reporters
The countdown to winter has begun and we’re celebrating by sharing our favorite moments from last year’s storied season. See pow shots and more as we honor throwback Thursday. There you have it. From fat bikes to shredding the gnar, we’ve shared some of our favorite moments from last season. What’s your best Stratton memory on snow? About the Author Courtney DiFiore | Three years ago, … Continue reading Dear El Niño, Bring It!
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