NY Ski Magazine

The Mountains Less Traveled

Like NYSB on Facebook

Eastern Townships, QC: France Meets New England

in Québec
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 5 comments
If you're looking for a ski trip that's truly different from any other on this continent, pack the car and head north to this picturesque region that seamlessly combines two unlikely cultures. read more

Snow King, WY: Local Hill Makes Good

in The West
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 2 comments
While most visitors to Jackson, Wyoming are in a hurry to get to the world famous ski resort across town, they shouldn't pass up the chance to ski Snow King: a classic town hill. read more

Brian Head, UT: Red Rock West

in The West
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 0 comments
While experts will find the terrain at Brian Head a bit tame, this resort wisely positions itself as an easygoing, family-friendly, snow-sure mountain that's home to one of North America's most sublime ski settings. read more

Belleayre, NY: Low-Key in the Catskills

in Northeast US
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 2 comments
State-owned Belleayre Mountain earns praise by concentrating on the things that don't make great website headlines: reliable conditions, family-friendly prices and terrain, and an unpretentious vibe. read more

Elk Mountain, PA: Best in the Keystone State?

in Northeast US
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 2 comments
"Skiing in Pennsylvania" sounds like an oxymoron to many people, but Elk Mountain's terrain, grooming, and atmosphere combine to make it what many consider the Keystone State's best ski area. read more

Jackson Hole, WY: The Ultimate Sin

in The West
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 0 comments
I spent two days ignoring some of the premier lift-served terrain on the continent in exchange for what many consider gaper heaven. But the payoff was worth it: great conditions, fun terrain, and no lift lines. read more

Bobcat Ski Center, NY: Time Stands Still

in Northeast US
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 14 comments
Tucked away in the western Catskills, Bobcat has become a kind of Holy Grail for back-to-the-basics skiers — a mountain that feels like it was deep-frozen in 1972 and reopened for business last week. read more

Grand Targhee, WY: Gone To The Powder Room

in The West
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 0 comments
For those who have experienced the feeding frenzy at high-profile mountains after a big dump, Grand Targhee will feel like a trip to the Hooterville general store. Don't worry; no one's going to steal your powder. read more

Mont Shefford & Mont Glen, QC: Off The Map

in Québec
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 0 comments
Mont Shefford and Mont Glen were two classic retro ski areas in Quebec's Eastern Townships that fought the good fight against more modern nearby mountains, but couldn't win against the forces of change. read more
12
New Post
feeds Feeds
Jamesdeluxe Powderqueen ml242 midatlantico
miker92 Bryskiutah