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Why We Skin Up Mountains

When the lifts stop is ski season over. Noooo!!! For a lot of us we can ski all the way into late July and August. You just have to work at it a little more. the best part about spring hiking at a resort is no crowd and deep Pow. Montana has been having a killer winter and seems it will not quit. This video is from Yesterday April 5, 2018 at Showdown mountain in the Little Belts. This day was actually the best and deepest we have had all season.Never quit skiing and when it does melt.....grab a mountain bike and ride lifts again!

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​GTNP: A Playground for Epic-ing Through All the Seasons
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​GTNP: A Playground for Epic-ing Through All the Seasons

​GTNP: A Playground for Epic-ing Through All the Seasons

Epic: noun | epic | ˈepik/ Grand Teton National Park has been my backyard playground since I was a kid. My parents raised my two brothers and I amongst the lakes and forests of the mountains. I spent high school testing my independence and acquiring mountain skills in the Tetons. And now as an “adult”, the park has become a training ground for future adventures. I’m biased, but would happily be in a long argument over beers over why it’s the best National Park in the country. It’s

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Video: Who Needs Snow When You Can Ski Rocks?
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Video: Who Needs Snow When You Can Ski Rocks?

Video: Who Needs Snow When You Can Ski Rocks?

The Instagram account @realskifi, or "Creative skiing from the heart of Finland," shows what happens when all you wanna do is ski, but all you have is rocks and dirt: sometimes you've just got to get creative! Check it out:  Here's another one of their great works: 

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Mount Snow Continues to Develop Carinthia Park With New Base Lodge
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Mount Snow Continues to Develop Carinthia Park With New Base Lodge

Mount Snow Continues to Develop Carinthia Park With New Base Lodge

Over the past few years, Mount Snow has been pushing a development agenda to make their resort one of the east coast’s leading ski destinations, including a massive snowmaking upgrade and a new-and-improved lodge at their Carinthia base. This winter, Mount Snow will have their new 42,000-square foot Carinthia Base Lodge completed, according to Mount Snow Communications Manager Jamie Storrs. It is just in time for the ten-year anniversary of Carinthia Parks and will be 5 times the