6/16/2017 10:31 AM
1/11/2017 10:57 AM
This week, our Feed Hill Highlights series continues with our spotlight of Wachusett Mountain in Princeton, MA. Situated roughly an hour away from three sizable metropolises, this feeder hill is one of the closest ski areas to nearly 8 million urban dwelling skiers. Mix that fact with great terrain, a strong race scene, and a family friendly atmosphere and you'll quickly realize that Wachusett isn't just another East Coast feeder hill, it's prototypical of the term itself. Needless to say, we're extremely excited to present, "Feeder Hill Highlight: Wachusett." Enjoy!
11/29/2016 10:43 AM
A couple of weeks ago, SkiEssentials.com hosted our second annual premier of the latest Matchstick Productions movie. Just as in year one, the event took place at the historic Rusty Nail here in Stowe, VT, with proceeds benefiting our good friends at the High Five Foundation. We know that not all of you could be there and that you're probably feeling a bit left out, so don't worry! We've put together a recap of the event to let you experience what went down! Click through and enjoy!
Filed Under: Ski Industry News
11/16/2016 12:30 PM
For the second installment of our Feeder Hill Highlights series, we metaphorically travel to McCall, Idaho, the home of Little Ski Hill. Measuring just 405' vertical, what this ski area lacks in height it more than maks up for in heart and service to the community. Between a vibrant after school program, multiple contest series, and a multimedia club for aspiring photographers and cinematographers, Little Ski Hill is way more than just a place to go up and down a hill. Don't take our word for it though, read all about it right here!
12/17/2014 3:28 PM
Back in 2006, Roy Tuscany's life changed in an instant. After overshooting a jump in the terrain park at Mammoth Mountain, Roy crushed his T12 vertebra, leaving him paralyzed and unlikely to walk again. Since that day, his life has taken a dramatically different and more fulfilling direction as he's now the Executive Director of the High Fives Foundation- an organization that helps action sports athletes survive and conquer serious injuries. We recently had the chance to sit down with Roy for an interview, and we're extremely excited to share his insights with you. Give this one a read, and enjoy!