Things are different in the mountains. Maybe it’s the elevation. Maybe it’s the people who live there. Maybe there’s something hypnotic with the falling snow.
In the mountains, we feel more alive. We jump out of bed at 5 a.m. on a powder day like little kids on Christmas morning. We strike up great conversations with strangers on the chairlifts. We throw ourselves off rocks, around trees and onto karaoke stages without thinking twice.
In the mountains, societal norms get pushed. Grown men go to the bar in their long underwear. Women charge down steeps like middle linebackers. Little ones catch on fast. You’re more likely to get a weird look when your dog is a on leash.
At Ski.com, we know why you crave time in the mountains because Ski Country is where we call home. Across the globe, our Mountain Travel Experts have been in the thick of it…
…finding the closest hot tubs to the chairlift at Beaver Creek
…getting waist deep in powder and pasta in the Alps
…cracking jokes with the funniest bartender in Aspen
…drawing you a personalized map so you don’t get lost around Chile.
Nobody gets how special life is at 10,000 feet more than we do, and no one knows how to guide you there better.
TO THE MOUNTAINS
Credits: Aspen Snowmass, Vail Resorts (Whistler Blackcomb, Vail, Beaver Creek)