The Little Luxuries

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


True Life: Being A Stratton Snow Reporter (the quick version)

By Charlie Reetz 4:30 am: I’m waking up while my coffee machine automatically brews a few cups of coffee. The Weather Chanel gives me a few updates as I check my emails and Facebook. 5:25 am: Arriving at the office 5 minutes early is a must for me. Clock in and get to work. 5:30 am: Radio in to the grooming team and get the … Continue reading True Life: Being A Stratton Snow Reporter (the quick version)

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Meet Your New Snow Reporters

By Charlie Reetz and Kirby Daly To me the world is a visual place. When I was six years old I was fascinated when my grandfather bought a Pentax K1000 for my birthday and since then I’ve always wanted to put the world into frame. Every detail came into mind when taking a photo including lighting, positioning, depth of field, etc. The purpose is to … Continue reading Meet Your New Snow Reporters


November Gear Guide

Struggling to find pieces that will smooth the transition from fall to winter? The Stratton Gear Guide is here to help. Outfit your adventures in Stratton’s Village, where you’ll find all of these items and more. Find full descriptions of all featured items HERE! 1. Women’s Juno Pant at Lole 2. Coal Hats at Syd & Dusty’s 3. Fall Flannels at First Run 4. Garbo … Continue reading November Gear Guide


Time for snow tires

By Courtney DiFiore This weekend is calling for snow upwards to 5 inches by Sunday morning. Can you believe that? Despite our first snow last weekend, I’ve still neglected to switch my all-season tires for winter. I can’t possibly be the only one behind the eight ball on this one. Actually, now that I think of it, I did overhear a co-worker making an appointment … Continue reading Time for snow tires