Strap On Your Snowshoes In Park City: Explore the Wasatch Range and the Waldorf Astoria

White Pine Touring snowshoe guide, Victoria Ritzinger, breaks trail in between switchbacks on Rob's Trail in Park City, Utah. Photo by Kim Fuller

White Pine Touring snowshoe guide, Victoria Ritzinger, breaks trail in between switchbacks on Rob’s Trail in Park City, Utah. Photo by Kim Fuller

Its always nice to plan a vacation around recreation, because it allows you to come home feeling … Continue reading

Let it Snow! 5 Places You Can Still Snowshoe in Oregon

The Summit of Tumalo Mountain

With an unusually warm winter that has been full of sunshine and rain the locals and visitors to Oregon are practically begging for the white stuff. From local breweries that are labeling their winter ales “pray for snow” to roadside … Continue reading

Snowshoeing Amongst Frozen Rivers and Waterfalls in Quebec


There is nothing quite like the view of a frozen waterfall; water frozen in mid-air by bone chilling temperatures creates a stunning display for the onlooker. This sight is made only sweeter by the challenging trek that takes you there. … Continue reading

Slide Into Luxury This Winter at the Woodstock Inn & Resort

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With a fresh layer of snow blanketing the slopes of Vermont, the Woodstock Inn & Resort invites ski buffs and winter enthusiasts to Suicide Six, the resort’s private ski mountain featuring 100 acres of skiing on 23 trails with two … Continue reading

Mt. Hood Meadows Leads North America in 24 Hour Snowfall Accumulation


More snow fell at Mt. Hood Meadows in a 24 hour period ending this morning than at any ski resort in North America, according to Meadows received 16″ of fresh, light powder the past 24 hours from a storm … Continue reading

Jackson Ski Touring & Upper Saco Valley Land Trust Announce Significant Land Preservation Easement


The Jackson Ski Touring Foundation and the Upper Saco Valley Land Trust, together with two local donors, have formed a unique partnership to permanently preserve 62 acres of open space in Jackson for use as ski touring and snowshoe trails … Continue reading

Bear Trax Adventures Announces Partnership with Killington /Pico Ski Resorts


Bear Trax Adventures, a snowshoe touring company based in Killington has entered into a partnership with Killington Resorts.

Bear Trax will operate its snowshoe tours out of the Killington Clubhouse located on East Mount Road next to the Tubing … Continue reading

RootsRated Launches Outdoor Adventure App


RootsRated, the online resource for “where to go outdoors,” has introduced its new RootsRated mobile app for iPhone. Flooded with helpful reviews and inspiring photography, the RootsRated app sources local grassroots knowledge to offer the most up-to-date, verified information on … Continue reading

New bill aims to get kids outside and healthy


A new bill from Senator Mark Udall and Rep. Ron Kind aims to get kids (and their parents) back outside to improve their health and their connections to the great outdoors.

The “Healthy Kids Outdoor Act” will encourage states and … Continue reading

Appalachian Trail Conservancy Launches “Zoom in to the Appalachian Trail” Photo Contest


The Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) is now accepting submissions for its “Zoom in to the Appalachian Trail” photo contest, a nationwide search for the best photos featuring close-up shots of the details that make up the Appalachian Trail (A.T.).

The … Continue reading

U.S. Forest Service offers new digital maps for mobile devices


The U.S. Forest Service now offers access to a variety of visitor maps for people using Android and iOS devices.

“This mobile app makes it easier than ever to plan your visit to a national forest or grassland,” said U.S. … Continue reading

Mountain Masochist Trail Run Celebrates 30th Anniversary


Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the popular Mountain Masochist 50-mile trail run is preparing for its largest race to date with over double the amount of racers from previous years. The race will take place on Saturday, November 3rd and include … Continue reading