By Courtney DiFiore I’m really happy that International Women’s Ski Day is an actual thing because without it I don’t know if this amazing series would have ever taken off. Through my many interviews, I’ve realized that I’m surrounded by wonderful, talented women here at Stratton. Devon Paskewich is no exception. Paskewich started skiing when she was 3 or 4 and it was definitely a … Continue reading Meet the Women of Stratton – Devon Paskewich
By Courtney DiFiore Mariann Spear is our Snowboard School Supervisor and ex-Snow Reporter (which I find pretty awesome, being an ex-Snow Reporter myself). Aside from the obvious fact that Spear snowboards, like most snowboarders I talk with, Spear began skiing. It wasn’t until the age of 27 that she transitioned over into Snowboarding. “I would go out and ski with a bunch of my friends … Continue reading Meet the Woman of Stratton – Mariann Spear
By Courtney DiFiore Growing up in a family where your parents have a passion for something makes it pretty impossible to ignore that said something. In the case of Austin Ebbott, she not only found the passion for skiing that her parents had but went above and beyond with her love for the sport. At the age of 2, Ebbott and her parents went on … Continue reading Meet the Women of Stratton – Austin Ebbott
By Courtney DiFiore The stories I’ve heard simply because I took the time to ask and actually listen still surprise me. Everyone seems to have their own unique way of entering into the world of snow sports. Allison Cummings is no exception. She began to ski at the age of 3 in her Connecticut backyard. Eventually she migrated north and started lessons at Timber Ridge. … Continue reading Meet the Women of Stratton – Allison Cummings
By Ian Bruso It’s official; summer is finally over! And while we all enjoy the summer in Vermont, there is no denying that we love winter Now is the time…start getting the summer wax off of the skis and snowboards, start making the wish list of new apparel for the slopes and get your crew signed up for Stratton Seasonal Programs. With programs for all … Continue reading What’s hot this winter – Cub Club?
By Courtney DiFiore The thing I love about golf is that it’s a lifetime kind of sport. You can begin playing as a kid and continue into old age. Many other sports I play take a toll on the joints, involving a lot of impact. With golf, I know that I’ll still be able to play in 50 years. Will I be paying well in … Continue reading Capture. Compare. Improve.