Posts Tagged ‘Jones’

Alyeska Resort

Snowboarding in Alaska should be on everyone's bucket list. The flight up is one of the most scenic, awe-inspiring journeys and the ride down the terrain that Alaska offers is even better. Whether it's in-bounds at a resort or in the backcountry - there's truly terrain for all ability levels. I've already done the backcountry snowboarding in Alaska during my Tailgate Alaska stint so I was very content with staying in...

14 Mar 7:13 PM 0 Read More...

Mt Bachelor Ski Resort

One of my favorite places to visit has always been Bend, Oregon. The town is incredible; it's full of breweries, people who love the outdoors, and a great mountain just down the highway. Mt Bachelor is pretty amazing, the lower mountain has an abundance of tree runs and groomers while the upper mountain above tree line has wide open steeps perfect for a powder day. Needless to say, I was really excited to visit again...

01 Mar 10:25 AM 0 Read More...

Steamboat Ski Resort

Years ago, I used to live in a quaint mountain town called Steamboat Springs, Colorado where I'd spend every day riding the local mountain. Even though it's been over 10 years since I called Steamboat home, it's one of my favorite places to visit because it holds a special spot near and dear to my heart. There's still the favorite stashes, the local watering holes, and the amazing people who make up the community aro...

14 Feb 9:52 PM 0 Read More...

Steamboat Powdercats

When I found out I'd be making the trip back to Steamboat, I knew I was in NEED of a powder day. I needed a guaranteed good powder day on my snowboard so I immediately looked up Steamboat Powdercats to see if there was any availability in the cat tour groups while I was in town.Luckily for me, there was room in the cats. I booked the intermediate level II group (because quite frankly I just wanted the trees and powde...

14 Feb 9:48 PM 0 Read More...

Lake Louise Resort

After exploring Lake Louise and spending the evening in Banff, I opted to ride Lake Louise Resort before I started my journey back home. By the time I reached the parking lot, the snow was falling and I was stoked to get on the mountain. I had purchased the mountain collective pass at SIA so this was a great chance to ride a new mountain and use a day on my pass. The snow conditions were hardpacked after having be...

19 Mar 8:18 PM 4 Read More...

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

One of the best rewards of traveling to new places is the feeling you get when you experience them for the first time. Arriving in Golden wasn't much but arriving at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort was incredible. It was a good thing I was on the gondola alone because I couldn't help but smile and laugh at what I was seeing surround me. This wasn't just a ski resort, this was a ski resort in the Canadian Rockies. It ma...

18 Mar 7:51 PM 0 Read More...

Road Trippin: Canadian Rockies

With the lack of snow and mountain closures in Washington, it made perfect sense that I would hop in the car and create my own mountain adventure. I had been wanting to visit more of the Canadian Rockies after visiting Revelstoke during Tailgate BC a couple years back so this made perfect sense that I would start my trip with Revelstoke, check out Kicking Horse and end my journey at Lake Louise before heading home to...

17 Mar 9:08 PM 0 Read More...

Revelstoke Mountain Resort

All it took was seven hours along a winding highway, over mountain passes and through the woods to get to Revelstoke Mountain Resort from Seattle. It was well worth the drive, even though it wasn't having the best of snow seasons. This was my second time to Revelstoke. I had been here for Tailgate BC and made a point that I would return. All it took was a free ticket from TGR's Ablaze film premiere to do the trick. T...

17 Mar 8:13 PM 0 Read More...

8am-8pm in Anchorage, AK

What can you do with a 12 hour visit to Anchorage? It turns out a lot! It all started with a three hour flight on Alaska Airlines from Seattle to Anchorage, Alaska arriving just after 8am. My travel companion was the adventurous Nikki who braved the cold temps of Alaska with me. Departing in the dark and seeing the sunrise at 35,000 feet is always worth the journey. I captured the morning glow with a hyperlapse on...

13 Oct 7:22 PM 0 Read More...

Whistler Bike Park: Top of the World

It's amazing to stand on the top of a trail, know your line and just go for it. Snowboarding or mountain biking - those moments you remember! My last visit to Whistler was for one trail, to conquer the Top of the World. I knew that I wanted to ride the trail when it opened a couple years ago. Not only is it a black trail but the amount of vertical makes for one sick day of riding. I loaded up the bike and headed...

08 Oct 7:56 PM 0 Read More...