Woody Bousquet had planned to spend this winter skiing north of the Mason-Dixon Line. COVID-19 changed his plans, and he found himself planning a week-long trip south, hitting 7 classic southeastern ski areas in 7 days. He chronicled his road trip in this Firsthand Report.
By Woody Bousquet | February 15, 2021 8 Feature Story
DCSki's Robbie Allen has traveled the United States in search of small, off-the-beaten path ski areas. Now, he takes his skiing game to a new level, exploring smaller ski areas in Northern Japan. He describes his experiences in this feature story.
Robbie Allen reports on a diminutive New England ski area near Boston Harbor.
Recent events have caused DCSki Columnist Jim Kenney to ponder the meaning of personal freedom. Throughout his life, he has found freedom in skiing. In this story, Jim reflects on over 50 years of skiing and shares some of his favorite memories.
In late March, 2014, DCSki Columnist Jim Kenney and his son, Vince, headed north to New York's Hunter Mountain for some skiing and a two-day PSIA Level III skiing exam for Vince. Jim provides this Firsthand Report.
Denis has shared a lifetime's worth of ski experiences as an active contributor to the DCSki Forum. In addition to skiing, Denis has had an illustrious career including stints in the military, teaching chemistry, and working as a scientist at NASA. Learn more about our latest User of the Month in this interview.
The DCSki Interview Series continues with Jeff Lifgren, who is in charge of Pennsylvania resorts Liberty, Whitetail, Roundtop, Big Boulder, and Jack Frost. Jeff touches on lots of topics in this in-depth interview conducted by DCSki's John Sherwood.
Jimmy Petterson has led an exciting career: he began as a teacher, but quickly pivoted to becoming a professional ski bum. He has now visited ski areas in 75 countries, documenting his adventures in books, magazine stories, and television shows. DCSki interviewed Jimmy to learn more about his travels.