snow

Spring Skiing: Shred the Last of the Northeast Powder

Ah, early spring, with a hint of a summer breeze in the air, promising the eventual return of warmth and heat. But until the showers of April, and the warmth of May, mid-March is the sweet spot for late season skiing—the polar vortex has ended, but we’ve had such beautiful precipitation that there is still an abundance of snow (even on the East Coast!) and the resorts are staying open even longer than usual...

2018 Editor’s Choice Women’s Ski Gear Guide

The temps are dropping here in the mountains of California. As I sit here sipping my tea I am fantasizing about the powder days to come. It’s been a while since these mountains have been dressed in white, the way I prefer them. Being outside, amongst trees with heavy branches confined by the piles of snow weighing them down, in search of the perfect turn, is my happiest place. I find some of my most fruitful relationships have been created with the shared passion for time spent in the mountains. With skis on our feet, out the back door, we have a seemingly endless playground. The thought of perfect powder beckons the child within. Never have I been so excited than on a powder day...
Squaw Valley

Spring Skiing | Lake Tahoe

Alpine Meadows & Squaw Valley have joined forces. Interchangeable season passes & lift tickets give you access to 6,000 acres, 43 lifts, and 270 trails ...