Are your skis holding you back? Powder edition

As I’ve researched women’s ski buying tendencies, one of the things I’ve noticed is that women buy less skis than men. Our quivers tend to be smaller. We don’t upgrade as often. On one hand, I love this. I love a girl who’s good with money and making efficient use of resources. But on the … Continue reading Are your skis holding you back? Powder edition

Newbie Friendly Ski Tours – Get Bent Ben

Found another newbie friendly ski touring spot, and it’s perfect timing, because we’ve got to talk about more problematic Ski Bro behaviors courtesy of a guy on the internet named Ben. Ben follows my friend, Kaelee, who posted a video comparing her skiing when she feels really confident vs. when she doesn’t, with a dash … Continue reading Newbie Friendly Ski Tours – Get Bent Ben

10 Tips for Touring – Intermediate Skiers

Learning to ski tour in the Pacific Northwest is hard. We’ve got the steepest mountains in the continental US. Our snowpack is warm, wet and difficult to steer in. Plus, Oregon and Washington have the most tree coverage per acre, so it’s more thickets than nicely spaced glades. But just because it’s hard doesn’t mean … Continue reading 10 Tips for Touring – Intermediate Skiers