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2023-09-14 - Bogus Basin and Southern Idaho Weekend and Long Range Forecast weather outlook

Thursday Sep 14, 2023 - Today through Saturday expect high pressure ridging to build in across the region, with some really nice 70+F temperatures (peaking to near near 80F for Bogus Basin) expected under mostly sunny skies....Read More

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2020-02-05 - Aspen-Snowmass - Big snowfalls the next few days, lead to deep fresh snow and lots of sun for Saturday!

From our custom forecast page for Aspen-Snowmass- Wednesday through Friday expect a northwest oriented jet stream, strong dynamics and orographics (terrain enhancement, upslope), for some heavy snow in Aspen and especially on the upper mountain, with multiple feet of snow for northwest facing slopes, and Grand/ Summit County areas....Read More

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2020-02-05 - Kingfisher and Revelstoke in BC, Huge snow, and some sun this weekend...

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Jae K 5 STAR RATING Reviewed July 26, 2016 Wow vertical Intense ski hill for real skiers, not good for beginners as the only green run is a connector. East coast blacks are blues here and sustained for over 5,000 feet. Seems like all the runsare steep and only difference b/n blues and blacks is the blues are more groomed - they are seemingly black runs compared to any east coast ski hill. No one here complains the lifts close early and there are not lights. You are toast after lunch with burning legs, and once you chugg a few pints, its over, take the connector green run back to the Sutton.  I wasnt there for night life so no comments on that, its pure skiing. You meet a lot of Europeans and when I was there there were many I met from Europe, and from Banff and other BC resorts. I was told a couple had flown in from Switzerland for the week and rented a villa for 100K with heli pad, I guess this place must be a bucket list type place - it sure looked like it,   I will be going back every chance I get (ie, when my buddy invites me and I have enough air miles for my flight) ...Read More
Breckenridge - Perfect ski town

Aleesha K 5 Star Review Reviewed May 7, 2018 Breckenridge, with its five mountain ski areas, is the perfect family ski destination. There is plenty of terrain for all skill levels to enjoy! With ski school and green trails on both peaks 8 and 9 and my favorite intermediate blues on 7 and 9. There are bowels at the top of peak 6 and 8 and expert trails all around from 6 to 10. The Gondola access from town to peaks 7 and 8 was a great addition to Breck. But the quaint small miners town dating back to a Victorian era is a treat to enjoy any time of the year day or evening. Breck is so picturesque all nesteled between the surrounding mountains. Take a drive up to the lookout turnout on Ski Hill Rd at night for a beautiful view of the city lights. I have been coming to this place since 1991 for skiing and summer fun as well. Near by Lake Dillion is beautiful with biking trails to and from Breckenridge. Lots of great restaurants and bar and grills to satisfy your taste buds. You can't go wrong here in my opinion. They say it is the "Perfect Mountain Town" for a reason.  -Aleesha K ...Read More
Aspen - No better place to ski

5 Star Rating Reviewed March 19, 2018 V Weyand Traverse City, Michigan Having skied all over Europe the U S and Chile there is no better place to ski in March, you are guaranteed sunshine , great conditions with some of the best grooming anywhere and uncrowded lift lines , great variety for all level of skiers.  No questions the price of the lift tickets does increase on a year to year basis, but Aspen also does offer special discounts. ...Read More
Aspen Luxury Vacation Rentals

Tricia P. Denver, CO 5 star rating 5/15/2017 We recently used Aspen Luxury Vacation Rentals for a weekend getaway from Denver. Sean was extremely helpful in finding the right condo for our group. He was quick to respond and found a great condo in the location we were interested in staying. Tatiana was our concierge and was very accommodating to our arrival time and needs. She reached out prior to our trip to offer recommendations or other services as well. I would use Aspen Luxury Vacation Rentals for a future stay and recommend them to others. Thanks for the great service! ...Read More
Quiet Luxury Amidst a Fantastic Setting

Cassandra D Los Angeles, California 5 STAR RATING Reviewed July 27, 2018 Look no further in Aspen, you won't be disappointed. I've stayed at many Relax & Chateux in my days, but this one was particularly spectacular. It's apparently the only ski on/ski off resort in Aspen, and I absolutely loved the location and close proximity to some sweeping mountain views and hiking paths. I stayed at The Little Nill in the summer, and I never knew Aspen to be so breathtaking during the warmer months! The service was fantastic, the cuisine was delicious and if you have a chance to try the Avocado Toast at breakfast, it will blow you away (the best Avocado Toast I'd ever had!). The pool area and wall garden was just beautiful, set amidst the pines with mountains in the backdrop. The fitness center had everything one could need while on vacation but the real stunner was the room. Fireplace, welcome charcuterie and wine, beautiful jacuzzi tub, comfy sitting area and dining area, and really cozy and plush beds. They provided ear plugs on the bedside table for light sleepers like myself, which is a really nice touch. Most hotels don't think about the outside noise that can really disrupt a good nights sleep from those who wake up to even the slightest car or chatter outside. I loved that I was able to sleep so well here and that they provided those, nice touch! The staff were so knowledgable about the area, guiding me where to go to cycle and take the best pictures. Most importantly, do not leave The Little Nell without doing one of their adventure tours! Their sunset adventure ride was something out of a movie scene, where we saw wildlife and drove to the top of the mountain to experience the most breathtaking views with a glass of champagne. That was probably the best experience I've had this year, and it will likely be one of your favorites, too! ...Read More
Sutton Place Hotel - Above and beyond (way above)

Didier J Canada Reviewed September 25, 2018 5 STAR RATING We were driving through from Big White to Banff and needed a place to stop in between, had never been to Revelstoke so we thought, why not, it looked like a nice place and Sutton Place Hotel seemed like the place to be! We are SO HAPPY WE DID. We discovered a Hotel that claims that they will exceed your expectations (what else is new...) but then DELIVERS on that claim! Case and point, my 17 month old saw a balloon in a display case and the staff heard us saying we were going to go buy him one... They feared the shop was already closed, so before we got to the shop to see it was in fact closed, Chris cuts us off at the pass and shows up with two balloons! We come down to ask a question to the concierge and he offers us wine tastings... I say wow what did we do to get this, we are then told, no we offer FREE Winetastings daily... it goes on and on, tons of little extras start adding up after a while and you realize this hotel still REALLY cares and has that culture instilled into the employees who constantly look to pleasantly surprise you! Of course having a Mountain Ski resort ski in and out attached to the Hôtel + a Spa and 3 Jacuzzis and heated pool is a huge plus but you will be back for the service! ...Read More
Ski Sock Roundup

2018 October 30, 2018 by Luke Koppa Strangely, attitudes about ski socks largely seem to fall into two camps: either you don’t care or think about socks much at all, or else, you wouldn’t dream of skiing in anything other than your personal favorites.  But we are here to say that socks really do matter, and the wrong pair can really screw up your backcountry tour or your day banging out chairlift laps. So whether you’ve never given much thought to them, or have been too loyal for too long to your favorite brand, it could be time to reevaluate.  Furthermore, feet vary a lot, and personal preference is also a big factor. Some of us like the thinnest sock possible, while others prefer more cushioning. Some really value easy on / off, while some of us will put in a bit more effort getting the socks on in order to get a very tight, secure fit.  So we’ve rounded up here 17 pairs of ski socks, and broken them out based on how much cushioning they have (non-cushioned, light cushioning, and medium cushioning). We then go into detail about what differentiates each sock from the others, making it easier to figure out which will work best for you. (more) ...Read More
2018-2019 Renoun Z-Line 90

November 7, 2018 by Jonathan Ellsworth Test Locations: Taos Ski Valley, NM; Telluride, CO Renoun makes some pretty wild skis. Their Endurance 98 and Citadel 106 are both extremely light compared to other skis in their respective classes, and Renoun’s “Hyper Damping Technology” (aka, HDT) results in an on-snow feel that’s unlike anything we’ve ever skied before (especially for skis that are as light as the Endurance 98 and Citadel 106). For more on the origin story of Renoun and HDT, check out our podcast with Renoun founder, Cyrus Schenck.  But Renoun’s narrower shapes, the Z-Line 77 and Z-Line 90, are a bit different than the brand’s other models. And by that we mean that the Z-Line skis actually look pretty traditional on paper.  So what happens when you put HDT into a ski with a more traditional shape and construction?  We spent a lot of time on the Z-Line 90 this past season to find out exactly that. So while we put together our full review, take a look below to see where the Z-Line 90 differs — and doesn’t differ — from the other skis in its class.  What Renoun says about the Z-Line:  “Distinctive for its innovative design, the Z-Line is your performance carving ski in every condition. A stunning meld of classic architecture and modern technology brings you unparalleled stability and control. In the past, the design of an on-piste ski left it landlocked on groomers. But with HDT™ in the core, we freed it up for any slope: early morning corduroy, trees, bumps and late day crud. With the Z-Line, we’ve engineered a carving ski that hyper connects you, your skis, and the snow. Make nimble transitions and effortless turns with incredible stability no matter what the mountain throws at you. This is skiing like never before.” (more) ...Read More
2018-2019 Moment Commander 98

November 29, 2018 by Luke Koppa First things first: for the many people who have been asking, we will soon be putting up Flash Reviews for the new Moment Commander 98 and Commander 108. Those should go live within the next week.  But before we do that, we wanted to post our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions for the Commander 98, to give you an idea of why it stands out so much.   What Moment says about the Commander 98:  “Scrapping the Tahoe 96 left us with a hole in the lineup, and the Commander 98 is here to fill that void. Multi-radius sidecut, a full aspen / ash core and a directional shape laugh at speed limit signs while maintaining the ability to slash and slip through tight situations. Whether you’re straightlining chutes or arcing Super G turns while outrunning ski patrol, the Commander is here to take charge. Oh, and did we mention we added two sheets of Titanal to help you solidify your spot as the best skier on the mountain? Well, we did.” (more) ...Read More

I've found your Kirkwood forecast to be the most on-point forecast for the entire region for about eight years, especially when I lived in Reno/Tahoe. Matter of fact, I've been watching closely now that I live in the PNW and travel south for the storms. It's NEVER let me down!

Jason T.

Chris at continues his magic for all of us skiers and riders. He has been spot on all winter and guided me to some huge pow days in Colorado and Utah. Thanks for your hard work and dedication!

Richard E.

I've enjoyed using your website since either the 99/00 or the 00/01 ski seasons. At that time I was a professional ski patroller and was suggested to me as the only accurate place to get our local weather...

Daniel E.

I'm the type of guy that accesses your reports from the link on our employee portal homepage, and then visits 2 or 3 other weather outlets with my eyes focusing on the forecasted snow totals. You were by far the most accurate last season...

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