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The Most Successful Ski Racer Of All Time Is Retired

Austrian Marcel Hirscher has been dominating over the men’s World Ski Cup for years. The technology specialist won the overall World Cup for an incredible eight years in a row. At the age of 30, he finally decided to spend more time with his family. Hirscher has been asking himself this question a few...

How Skiers Spend Their Summer

Skiing is associated with the chilly winter months, icy air and downhill adventures. Visiting your favorite slopes become an annual event when the snow begins to fall. Skiers do not often think about visiting their cherished ski spots in the summertime, however recently there has been an upsurge of...

How to Ski as a Family

The Museum brings us from the beginning of the Holocaust to its final last breaths. Documentation and records are among the displays of real items used by both the Nazis and the prisoners. An understanding of life in hiding, the horrors of the camps and sorrowful elation as the end came. Donations and...

The Why and What of Waxing your Skis

If you have ever sputtered down the slope while others were whizzing by you, your Ski’s may need to be waxed. For the occasional Skier, this may not have made it to your to do list. If you are only going for a weekend, you might wonder if you have to wax or if you can get by without slicking up your Skis....

Activities After the Ski Day

It is a well-known fact that ski trips are not just about skiing. The crisp mountain high air begins the day with a bright and beautiful sky. The skiing portion of your vacation will definitely be an exhilarating experience. Taking on the slopes can take most of the afternoon leading into a sunset finish....

Ski Slang for the Slopes

We are all familiar with terms such as “surfs up”, yet how many know what “slaying a pow pow” means? In specific circles, there is a slew of slang sayings that are applied in everyday conversation. Opposite of a surfers beachy language you will find a snowy skiers style of speech. When you think of skiing,...

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