Do you ever set random challenges for yourself? For example, when you are running, do you set a target to run to “the flagpole” or “to the end of the street?” I do. It’s a simple way to push yourself to do a little more than you ordinarily would. Bring on the challenge! Today I
Spring weather and bluebird days in the mountains bring exceptional values at Deer Valley Resort. During the coming months, guests can experience Deer Valley’s award-winning accommodations at a fraction of its winter rates. Spring break holidays provide families an ideal time to experience a getaway tailor-made for all ages, from Deer Valley’s lodging specials and
When I’m asked about my favorite time of the ski season, I seldom give a straight answer; instead, I like to walk the inquirer through the different months of winter and explain what I like most about each one of them. It generally goes something like that: November is not really a ski month for
These last few days have been a lot of fun. A mix of sun and snow that has made taking photos a pleasure. A few extra laps with the camera at work over the last couple of days has given up some amazing photo opportunities. Here’s some photos fromthe recent 2 days. Smiles all around
Ski Patroller Peter Thompson ski cutting his way across Ruins of Pompeii on Bald Mountain around 8 am on St Pattys day. Deer Valley’s groomers working hard to turn fresh snow into corduroy on Keno. 8.15 am, Bald Mountain.
As the weather starts to change and create spring skiing conditions, I thought I would throw out some spring skiing tips. First and foremost, make sure you have plenty of sun block. I learned the hard way! When skiing at high altitudes, the sun is more intense especially when reflecting off the snow. It’s best