The first couple years of this blog, I included more information about elevation and difficulty levels of the various trails. I don’t always reiterate this information because you can usually find it in the archives.
If you’re looking for info on a particular trail, go to the right-hand sidebar, scroll down a bit, and look in the tag cloud entitled Places to Ski. Click on the destination. Any trip I’ve made will come up in the search. You may find some of the details you’re looking for.
For example, if you want to read previous posts about Redearth creek, find it in the Tag Cloud, and click on it. Redearth creek A total of 19 posts will be displayed.
As well, be sure to check the heading Resources on the main menu. You’ll find lots of useful information, especially the maps.
If you haven’t seen it already, the Trip Reports is the most popular page on this blog. If you’ve been out skiing, readers are always interested in knowing how the conditions were, so leave a report. So far this month, the trip reports page has been viewed over 10,000 times(and thanks to everyone for your reports, it’s truly the lifeblood of this blog).
As always, I welcome comments, suggestions, and inquiries. I get lots of emails from skiers looking for advice. If it’s something that I think will be helpful to many readers, I’ll post it on the blog so everyone can benefit. I don’t always have the answer, so I look to my readers to give feedback and input.
If you are a new skier(or new to the area), what kind of information are you looking for?
Just a reminder, the wax contest entry deadline is tomorrow. Win a home waxing set-up from Lifesport