By Martin Griff Boise, Idaho has a reputation as a top place to live and visit. Those who enjoy snowsports can put an exclamation point on that claim. The Gem State’s capital has been the nucleus of several of my ski adventures and no trip to Boise is complete without a visit to Boise State’s […]
Stay Extra Warm When Skiing and Snowboarding With the Torch Coat Heater If you or your kids are chronically cold you might want to try an electric coat heater. I’ve always been pretty skeptical of electric heaters. I’ve never liked boot heaters or heated insoles. I wasn’t sold on Columbia’s attempts at heated gloves and […]
When people ask me if we often eat out when skiing, I laugh and explain that while we enjoy delicious food (and a lot of it!), we prefer to spend our money on skiing, not dining. This carries through to our philosophy about lunch. If we paid for ski resorts lunches every time we […]
Spring skiing is in full swing! And while that mostly means bluebird skies and sunny days, spring can also bring big storms. Skiing and snowboarding in a snow storm, or when the light is flat, can be challenging. Today, three easy tips for skiing on storm days and in low light conditions. Enjoy!
I wish I could say I thought of making this video on my own. But I didn’t. Yesterday, when I opened my email, there was a message from Andrew Cholinski, the coordinator for the FIS Bring Children to the Snow initiative, which includes two programs close to my heart, World Snow Day and Snowkidz. Andrew […]