Feature photo by Jack Affleck
Now that I have three kids, the spring break concept means something entirely different than it did 25 years ago when I was a fuzzy-navel-drinking college student. As I plan this year’s family spring break to Vail, I find myself… READ MORE
Guest blogger Kristen Lummis offers excellent tips to simplify the family ski vacation.
The spring mountain fashion standard for women is calf- to knee-high boots, warm tights, a cute skirt, an eye-catching top or sweater, a lightweight insulated jacket, and a steezy bag or purse. This is what I wore when I moved to the mountains in 1997 and it is what I wore last weekend on my family’s trip to Beaver Creek. It’s the mountain equivalent of the Little Black Dress.
If you’re new to this mountain, you need to know that Canyons is BIG and like most big, full-service resorts, it has an excellent ski and ride school, equipment rentals, childcare, lodging and dining – all the amenities you expect.
Spring Gruv at Canyons Resort is back in action for 2014. It’s time to to ditch your ski boots and pull out your dancing shoes as Canyons Resort in Park City, Utah is kicking off another season of their spring concert series, Spring Gruv.
For as much as… READ MORE
Traveling with kids can be exhausting, no matter how enthusiastic you are as a parent (or how stoked they are to get up in the mountains). Use this checklist to make the planning easy.
Think the general manager of the Vail Children’s Ski and Snowboard School taught his own kids how to ski? Heck no! ith almost 20 years of instruction and management experience at the Beaver Creek and Vail snowsports schools, Greg Willis understands the value of professional instruction.
He talked with… READ MORE