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5 BEST SKI SALE BUYING TIPS

5 BEST SKI SALE BUYING TIPS

 

5 Best Ski Sale Buying Tips

Check out 5 great tips for shopping ski sales by lifetime skier, accomplished athlete and mom,
Jesse James McTigue and find true happiness in your new gear.
 
Read the full story below from TELLURIDE INSIDE & OUT.

 

5 Reasons To Shop Pre-Season With BootDoctors, Sale Continues

“The (Boot)Doctor is in the House” is a series from beloved family-owned and operated outdoor retailer BootDoctors all about sharing the power of mountain life: adventure, style, gear, and community in the Telluride region. Here the good guys always get to ski powder and bag summits – and sunsets are always spectacular.

Great Conditions Mean The Season Must Go On

Great Conditions Mean The Season Must Go On

 

GREAT CONDITIONS MEAN THE SEASON MUST GO ON

 
Can’t get enough of a good thing? Well, you do not need to be deprived of more snow skiing pleasure at Taos Ski Valley,
home of famous steeps and deeps plus sunshine filled Spring skiing days.

 

Taos has announced the season has been extended through April 9th.
In celebration of their certification as a B Corp they are offering a jaw dropping $20 ski ticket. Don’t know what a B Corp is?

 

Read on and get the scoop on these super deal tickets for the best Spring ski break ever!

 

Rx From The BootDoctors: Skiing, Boarding, & Calories Burned

Rx From The BootDoctors: Skiing, Boarding, & Calories Burned

 

Rx From The BootDoctors: Skiing, Boarding, & Calories Burned

 
Check out the BootDoctors’ “prescription” series on TELLURIDE INSIDE & OUT where Penelope Gleason seeks out stories that uplift and inspire to share with our friends.

Find out how many calories you are burning while skiing
in this article from Spencer Miller:

 

Rx from The BootDoctors: Skiing, Boarding, & Calories Burned

Counting calories? How does your skiing – or boarding – add up to bring them down? Read on for more from this new series, “Rx from the BootDoctor.” After all, there are still a few more weeks left in the 2017 season. The following blog, “How Many Calories Do You Burn While Skiing and Snowboarding?”

TAOS SKI VALLEY: 21st Annual Ben Myers Ridge-A-Thon

TAOS SKI VALLEY: 21st Annual Ben Myers Ridge-A-Thon

 

TAOS SKI VALLEY: 21st Annual Ben Myers Ridge-A-Thon

Join Us March 17th & 18th, 2017!

 

Hustle to Help. What a great way to help those in need due to lack of medical care coverage.
Proving again that skiers and snowboarders have really big hearts and will shred for a cause.
Taos has always been home to people who are willing to climb every mountain (at least the Taos peaks) to help someone in need.

 

 
What Is It: The Ben Myers Ridge-A-Thon is a ski/board fundraising event in Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico, scheduled for March 17 & 18, 2017. Now in its 21st year, it attracts snow-adventure-seekers of all ages from across the Southwest and beyond. The pledges gathered support the Emergency Medicines Fund at the Taos Community Foundation.
 
The Ridge-A-Thon Story: Ridge-A-Thon was initiated in 1997 to assist Ben Myers, a local Taos extreme skier, who passed away from cancer at age 26 after having no way to fund his hospice care. The community held the first Ben Myers Ridge-A-Thon to assist with his medical expenses. Over the last 20 years, the Ridge-A-Thon has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to support emergency medical services and medicines.
 
How It Works: Paired teams collect pledges leading up to the event, then they hike up and hustle down a menu of runs on Highline Ridge & the West Basin in Taos Ski Valley, just to do it all again, as many times as they want to, racking up a point per run toward their total of RUNS. The runs available are determined by TSV patrol according to snow conditions at the time of the competition. The post-event awards celebration is held at Taos Ski Valley on Saturday at 4pm. Prizes from our sponsors will be given to the top teams in two categories: most FUNDS and most RUNS (alternately).
 
Registration is open. Not a high altitude shredder? You can sign up for a more mellow challenge to help without straining your legs and lungs.
 
For more information please visit, www.raisetheridge.com.