In 1990, Brad Kasselman graduated from the University of Michigan and decided to be a ski bum for a season at Whistler in British Columbia. He liked the area so much that he vowed to stay “one more year.” Twenty-five years later, he’s still there, hitting the slopes all winter long, but he also now owns and operates the area’s biggest photography business.
Although the first day of winter isn’t officially for another month, winter is alive and well in Colorado, particularly at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone ski resorts. With more snow falling and forecasted through Saturday night, skiers and snowboarders can rejoice for promising early-season conditions.
You can pay as much as $A22,000 a day for a room in the luxury Badrutt Palace Hotel in St Moritz.
If you are planning a trip to Switzerland, indulge in an unforgettable overnight stay in an igloo on Mount Titlis. This gives you a chance to experience the mountain and nature like never before.
It was already epic but now you can add one more ski resort to the Epic Pass Resorts with Park City Mountain Resort in Park City, Utah joining.
Thredbo has today announced Australian snowboarding legend, Torah Bright, as the new face of the resort.
I was under the impression that when Australians head to North America to ski it is either Whistler or Colorado that are top of the list. Unbeknownst to me, the ski fields of Utah apparently also enjoy many visitors from Down Under.
If you have never skied or snowboarded before, now is a great time to start.
Hakkoda, located at the north of Japan’s main island, has long been known as a destination locally but is now attracting attention internationally. Viewed as a destination for serious skiers and snowboarders, the area combines Japan’s famous ‘champagne’ powder with a vast backcountry that offers the freedom to explore undiscovered country with no crowds.
We get the low-down on Rekorderlig’s resident pro snowboarder Chris Sörman.
At just 19 years of age, Britt Cox has already represented Australia twice at the Winter Olympics and has won two World Cup medals in the mogul skiing. Born into a family of avid snow-sport lovers, Britt spent her childhood on the slopes at Falls Creek and knows the ins-and-outs of what is needed to have the best time when at the snow.