The Taste of Vail Event Review Each year in April, Vail hosts dozens of wineries and Vail restaurants for the weeklong Taste of Vail food and wine festival. While this event is not your typical beer-and-burger-in-snowpants kind of après experience, it can be really fun for the average skier or snowboarder — if you know how […]
March 18 — Vail snow reports from Wednesday night showed a bizarre weather pattern moved in the Colorado high country, precipitating snow in a previously unknown liquid form. Initial theories about this new form of snow speculate that the higher than normal temperatures in the air could have combined with the frozenness of the snow. Somehow this […]
The 2015 Ski World Championships Schedule Simplified We noticed—and you may have too—that the schedule posted on the Ski World Championships website is a bit hard to read. So we thought we’d give you a day-to-day breakdown of all you need to know about the events in one easy-to read list. We hope this helps you all […]
Epic powder day brought on by huge snowstorm in Montana. Local powder chaser literally destroys all gnar available. August 25, 20014, Montana – Friday night and Saturday brought an incredible snow storm in the Colorado Rockies, bestowing Montana with an unbelievable 2+ inches of freshie freshie pow pow. As all powder chasers know, nothing beats […]
In Case You Missed It: Joel Gratz’s Exclusive Interview With El Nino We all know know that ‘El Nino’ is Spanish for ‘The Nino’, but what else do we know about this elusive character? Well early Monday morning, Joel Gratz of opnesnow.com got a rare, exclusive interview with El Nino and we’ve got the scoop.
Vail Lift Lines Visible from Space, Area to Remain Under Severe Winter Crowd Watch January 31, 2014 Vail, CO – 1,000-Year Crowd Results in Vail Lift Lines Long Enough to be Visible from Outer Space. For a brief moment Friday morning, the clouds parted from the massive snow storm hitting the the Colorado Rocky […]