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The Mountains Less Traveled

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Vorarlberg, Austria: Just Under the Radar

in Europe
Spending a week at an interconnected Alps ski region that’s multiple times as big as Whistler or Vail is, no question, a bucket-list item for us northeasterners. At the same time, there’s an equally compelling value proposition for dozens of lesser-known regions like Austria's Vorarlberg boasting ski areas that are still far larger and more varied than anything on this side of the pond, but small enough to avoid feeling like an industrial tourism meat grinder. read more

Revelstoke Mountain Resort: The Mt. Mackenzie Legacy

in The West
At 3 am on a Friday in early January, my taxi wound through the streets of Revelstoke, a town of 7,000 along the banks of the Columbia River in the British Columbia interior. A Greyhound ride from Vancouver took nine hours. Driving, the more reliable option, takes six. In short, from the east coast U.S. this is not an easy destination to reach. read more

Portes du Soleil, FR: Room to Roam

in Europe
Although I spent a semester in France as a university student and visited the country many times since graduating, I’d never gone on a ski vacation in the French Alps. Last season, I made it a point to end that omission in my portfolio and spent a week at the Portes du Soleil, just south of Lake Geneva along the Swiss border. read more

The Inland Northwest: A Destination, Not A Gateway

in The West
The airport of Spokane, Washington is often used by long-distance destination skiers as a convenient gateway to access the highly regarded lift-served, cat-, and heli-skiing in British Columbia's southern Kootenays, but the ski areas on the U.S. side of the border really deserve a second look. read more

Ischgl, Austria: More Than Just A Party

in Europe
Even though the Austrian town of Ischgl has attained international prominence as one of the hardest partying winter resorts anywhere, my recent visit proved that you can have a world-class ski vacation there without the booze, euro disco, or lap dances. read more

Whitefish and Big Sky: Montana Means Mountains

in The West
I had always wanted to go to Montana for a ski trip. I visited one summer for a whitewater expedition and when I saw how beautiful and mountainous, as the name implies, I knew a ski trip was in order. read more
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