Boston is certainly is no stranger to the cold. This year, we braved a frigid winter and managed to turn the never-ending tundra into our own winter wonderland. Although the snow led to some ugly commutes and uglier fights over parking spots, it should come as no surprise that creative Bostonians found new ways to make the weather actually tolerable.
Two years ago, my son took his first-ever ski lesson at Waterville Valley. That same winter, I stepped onto a snowboard for the first time in fifteen years. Guess which one of us has progressed more over the last two seasons? More
After the first big snow dump of 2014, the smart skiers are getting ready for a powdery season of New England skiing. Sure, our mountains aren’t known as the best or fluffiest snow in the world, but there are so many places to ride in the region, deals are what we have to offer out-of-towners and locals alike. Here are some tips for how to get the most out of your next ski vacation. More
Winter is not over yet! Join the RadioBDC Coors Light Drafters at King Pine as they provide music to rock your way down the mountain. The real fun starts at the apres-ski party where you can relax with a few Coors Lights, play crazy games, and win prizes!
The RadioBDC Coors Light Drafters are powered by Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Elan Skis, Ski Haus, Bern Helmets, The North Face, and KIND Snacks, and presented by Coors Light and RadioBDC. Click here to find out where we’ll be for the rest of the season.