By Courtney DiFiore When you live for snow and the thrill of finding your line, it’s hard to say good-bye come spring. Like the sunset, closing day will come and we can’t stop it; however, we can make the most of it. There a few things every skier and riding visiting Stratton should check off their to-do list. Have you done them all this season? … Continue reading End of Season Bucket List
By Kirby Daly When a friend asked me the other day if I wanted to go for a fat bike ride I thought he was trying to tell me that I needed to start working out because I was fat. Being offended, I started laying in to him. It wasn’t until he began to laugh hysterically that I realized I was missing something. “No” he … Continue reading Who you calling Fat?
By Charlie Reetz The DL is sometime known as the Down Low, meaning what’s the word on the streets. If I were to apply this meaning I could tell you that there’s an after after party at my place in Styles Brook following Saturday’s Marchdi Gras festival…but keep that on the DL. The anagram also means the Disabled List meaning because of an injury I … Continue reading Keep It on the DL
By Courtney DiFiore March, as always, is packed with events at Stratton. Spring skiing and fun events go together like peanut butter and jelly – a classic combination. Last weekend, the Vermont Open rocked the resort with amazing riders of all levels. This time around, it’s anyone’s game as we kick off the Annual 24 Hours of Stratton. This is your chance to enjoy skiing … Continue reading Would You Do This For 24 Hours!?
By Charlie Reetz Everyone who has a GoPro camera can make a two-minute ski film just like Kirby and I do as Snow Reporters. It’s always a great idea when you have footage of family and friends skiing/riding together to put it into the timeline and edit it to a favorite song of yours. I’ve always taken aspects of other people’s work and adapted a … Continue reading What’s Your Favorite Ski Film?
The 3rd Annual Snurfer Challenge Celebrates
50 Years of the Snurfer at the Vermont Open
By Kirby Daly If you are like me, you grew up taking some fall line filled turns down the infamous race trail, North American. Shooting directly uphill from Mid-Mountain Lodge, North American spanned 15 acres and had a mixture of vertical terrain with rolling knolls, steep fall lines and an epic valley view. But where in the world did North American go? It didn’t go anywhere … Continue reading Where the Frank did North American Go?