Pocket Guides

Travel
Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
0
Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Jackson Hole, Wyoming
As it turns out, Jackson without its legendary Tram is still Jackson. Print out a .pdf guide here.

Jay Peak, VT
Every winter, the meteorological marvel of the Jay Cloud deposits 30 feet of surprisingly Western-like snow on Jay's flanks. Find your stash with an inside line on this Vermont powder punch.

Killington's Outer Limits, VT
Randy "The Hammer" Grasso, a living legend of East Coast moguldom, earned his rep - and his nickname - by banging out 60-plus days annually on the unforgiving, bump-strewn steeps of Killington's Outer Limits. The Hammer knows every zipperline. Here, he shares.

Lake Louise Alberta
If you want to ski Lake Louise properly, wear a helmet. Print out a .pdf guide here.

Moonlight Basin, MT
One of the younger ski resorts in the country, Moonlight Basin opened on the north side of Montana's Lone Mountain (Big Sky occupies the eastern side) in 2003. Use our inside line to tap into Moonlight's best features.

Related

Jay Peak, Vermont, already closed for the season. Then a massive late-season winter storm rolled in—dropping 19 to 24 inches on the ski area. Naturally, they decided to re-open for one more weekend. The ski area is open Thursday through Sunday with more than 18 trails accessed by the Jet Triple and Metro Quad. Lift tickets are $39 ($29 for juniors) and—get this—they're throwing in a free lunch in the Tower Bar with a purchase of a lift ticket. www.jaypeakresort.com

19 New Inches at Jay Peak, Vermont

Thanks to a storm that dropped almost two feet of new snow, Jay Peak, Vermont, reopens today through Sunday. Lift tickets are discounted—and they're throwing in a free lunch. Here are photos of the new snow.