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Skier Nutrition – Before, During and After the Slopes

As a ski teacher, it’s so exciting to see students make strides in their skiing and get pumped about the progress.  However, I’ve seen more than one student compromise his day because he simply didn’t have the energy to do what he wanted to do — like ski a run top to bottom, ski throughRead More

What’s New for this upcoming season at Heavenly

81 days until first chair! The countdown is on and there is a lot to get excited about this season at Heavenly. Here’s a quick rundown of new and improved things on and around the mountain. On-Mountain: As if tracking your vert and tagging Facebook friends in photos didn’t make EpicMix addictive enough, Vail ResortsRead More

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Heavenly’s PSIA and AASI National Team Members

The best of the best ski and ride instructors are at Heavenly. We’re not just saying that. It’s true. The Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (AASI) recently announced their National Team for 2012-16, and out of the 30 people on the two teams, Heavenly is the homeRead More

Top 10 tips for skiing bumps

Have you ever attempted the challenge of skiing or riding down Heavenly’s famous mogul run, Gunbarrel? Think you might have room for a little improvement? To help you out, we asked our expert Ski School Instructor and PSIA National Alpine Team member, Robin, to give us her top 10 tips for skiing bumps. _________________________________ 1. TakeRead More

Heavenly Closing Operations Update 2012

The 2011/12 skiing and riding season is winding down to a close. However, we did extend the season for two weekends beyond the original closing date of April 15, and there are a few changes coming up that you might be curious about. First, let me say that NOW is the time to purchase yourRead More