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To get you psyched for winter, we picked some out the best places to ride in the Southwest, so get those boards waxed and grab your snorkel. This winter is going to be good. Purgatory This mountain north of Durango, Colorado, is ranked among the best of the Southwest for experience and setting. Ample sunshine…(Read More)

Pagosa Springs, Colorado: population 1,700; elevation 7,000 feet, has always been true blue Colorado. If you’re short on time but big on adventure, here are five must-do things to take a little of Pagosa with you wherever you go. 1) Ski the the Creek . This 1,600 acre family owned and…(Read More)

How to get layered


There is no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing. Cotton kills: Cotton soaks up sweat like a sponge and all that moisture just sits there, making you freeze. Ditch the cotton and dress in layers.1) Base layer: A fancy name for long underwear. Use a natural or synthetic base layer that pulls…(Read More)

In Colorado’s ski country, not many resorts are left that are independently owned and operated. But Wolf Creek Ski Area isn’t your typical resort. In fact, it’s not really a resort at all. While there is homemade green chili at the base of the mountain, there isn’t anywhere to stay. And…(Read More)

1) Wolf Creek is family owned and operated, and owners Davey and Rosanne Pitcher aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty. In fact, they’re working right now. 2) It’s called “The Most Snow in Colorado,” because it gets the most snow in Colorado.3) The top of the mountain is…(Read More)

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has spoken, and the outlook for winter 2015-16 has powder written all over it. In fact, many forecasters believe this winter could bring the strongest El Niño in 50 years. To get you psyched, we picked some out the best places to ride in the Southwest, so…(Read More)