Ski Resort Life

Regional Round-Up

Check out SkiNet's Bloggers from around the country. Want to know the happening in your area? Look no further.

Our bloggers are working tirelessly to bring you all the happenings in their area of the country. From events to snow reports, to pictures, videos, and more, if you want a local’s take on your region, look no further.


The Northwest Update is brought to you weekly by

Mark Elling

, who lives in Bend, Oregon where he works as a bootfitter on the hill at Mt. Bachelor. Elling is a nationally published outdoor sports and travel writer who is the author of The All-Mountain Skier (McGraw-Hill). When not working or skiing at Mt. Bachelor, Elling can be found at Cat Ski Mt. Bailey in southern Oregon where he manages to guide just enough days each winter to earn a seat in the cat when it’s off the hook.

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The Utah update is brought to you by Jamie Preston. Jamie grew up in a ski family in Vermont where his parents ran a ski lodge.  He skied Mad River, Stowe and Sugarbush a ton, but on a trip to Snowbird in the mid 90’s he finally saw what true powder skiing was all about and became obsessed with fresh and deep snow.  In 2002 he moved to Utah and now gets about 100 days a year – skiing both the resort and backcountry. He has heli skied extensively in BC and AK, and has been a tester for the

Ski Magazine

powder test for the last four seasons.  And, he is still a lawyer, doing work for companies like


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The Colorado blog is brought to you by Devin Reams, creator and editor of

, a blog dedicated to all that is skiing in Colorado. Want to know the latest deals or who has the most snow in Colorado? Devin probably has it, or at least knows how to get it. He is an account manager at

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in Denver, and seems to have his hand in far too many projects at once. A Colorado native, Devin has been living the dream his whole life.

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