Protect Our Winters is a non-profit organization that was started by Jeremy Jones, a pro snowboarder, in 2007. The organization is concerned with the effects of climate change on mountains, and in turn on winter sports and communities. Protect Our Winter’s mission is to get the global snow sports community to unite and lead the way in fighting climate change.
Last year, my wife and I were thrilled that our videogame-loving son learned how to ski and loved it. It was great to see him learn something active that he could enjoy. This year, we decided to capitalize on that enjoyment and get the family a vacation to Sugarloaf Mountain in Maine for Christmas.
Copper Mountain Resort, just 75 miles from Denver International Airport in Colorado, is considered by many to be the state’s ‘Perfect Ski Mountain’. A full service destination, Copper Mountain Ski Resort, opened in 1972, has an extensive terrain with runs for all levels of skiers. Whether you are a seasoned skier or looking for a […]
Nestled in the mountains of southwest Montana, you’ll find a big mountain just waiting to be ridden. The Maverick Mountain Ski Area may not be the biggest of its kind, but it offers great trails for every level skier combined with pure air and magnificent scenery; what more could you want? Maverick Mountain is big. […]
Crested Butte Mountain Resort is about more than just skiing. It’s a place where you go to forget your worries and relax; a place where you’re surrounded by the sheer beauty of nature. Surrounded by National Forest land, the resort features spectacular views of the Elk Mountains, West Elks, Ruby Range and the Maroon Bells/Snowmass […]
Red Lodge Mountain is a great place for family and friends to get together and enjoy the beauty of the mountain combined with the friendliness of the locals. Named for the colorful tepees that once dotted the area, Red Lodge Mountain has a strong historical feel which pervades both the lodge and the town. It’s […]
Located in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado, the Durango Mountain Resort features a rich blend of great terrain and stunning views. The resort gets an average of 260 inches of snow every year; the majority of which falls overnight. This leaves the next day with lovely, clear-blue skies and great skiing conditions. Durango Mountain […]
Ascutney Mountain Resort was closed in the Fall of 2010 Ascutney Mountain Resort has a reputation for being one of the most popular family ski destinations in Vermont. It is also a great four-seasons resort offering the best available for both families and adults all year round. A mid-sized ski resort, it is very popular […]
In operation since 1962, Eldora Mountain Resort is the closest resort to Denver. It offers excellent skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing and provides a great family orientated atmosphere. With a 1600 ft vertical drop and 53 trails to choose from, you can be sure that Eldora wont disappoint! Families will be glad to know […]
Founded in 1936, Bromley Mountain is one of the oldest ski areas in the United States. It is situated in the Green Mountain National Forest just east of Manchester, and has great facilities for both skiing and snowboarding. Bromley was one of the first resorts to use the concepts of ski lifts, ski area design, […]