Snow Sports Travel Made Simple

Traveling to your favorite ski resort doesn’t have to be a challenge or a frustration. With a the helpful tips and info compiled in this section, we can help make travel a breeze!

Whether you’re planning a day trip, a weekend with the friends or a couple weeks at a high-end resort, preparation is a must. You need to get your gear tuned, pack for the weather, and size up your luggage and ski/snowboard travel bags. Find a destination, pack with our guidance and go!

Resort / Retail Finder

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Snow Sports Travel Guides

Travel Guides

Our travel guides can help make you get the most out of your weekend or weekend on the mountain.

Winter Sports Vacation Packing Tips

Packing Lists, Tips & Suggestions

You only need to put in a little thought and time before you rush off to your winter sports vacation. What you pack can make your vacation a success.

Ship Your Gear Travel Program

Ship Your Gear

Navigating the airport with all your stuff is a nightmare.

And, with the new airline baggage charges, it’s now more expensive to fly with your gear. So save money and time- ship your gear.

Ship Your Gear™ offers an affordable alternative to airline baggage feeds. Learn how to Ship Your Gear.

Snow Sports Ship Your Gear Travel Tips

Traveling with your snow sports gear? Can’t go without it?

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with some great travel tips for the airborne enthusiast. If you’re foregoing the Ship Your Gear™ Program route, then travel smart with these popular airline rules and regulations.


Travel News

  • Sunlight, LiveWell Partner on World Record Attempt

    Sunlight Mountain Resort and LiveWell Garfield County have partnered to take part in the World’s largest ski and snowboard lesson, a national campaign aimed at making its way into the Guinness Book of World Records. Currently more than 150 ski areas and a number of ski industry trade groups across the U.S. are participating in the effort. In all,…
  • Jones Snowboards Supports Rainforest Reforestation In Costa Rica

    Jones Snowboards is proud to announce a partnership with the non-profit rainforest reforestation project Association Community Carbon Trees (ACCT). ACCT has spent the last twelve years fighting against climate change by reforesting clear cut swaths of Costa Rican rainforest with a wide diversity of native tropical trees. Planting and protecting trees is one of the most…
  • More Vermont Ski Resorts Expect to Open for Thanksgiving Weekend

    On October 18, 2015 Killington Resort was the first resort in North America to open for the 2015-16 ski and ride season. After the best season on record in Vermont last year and boasting the most snow in the the lower 48, it’s no surprise there is pent up demand to get on snow again.…
  • Mountain High Tests Snow Machines as Temperatures Dip

    As temperatures dipped into the low 30s this morning, the team at Mountain High fired up its snow guns for pre-season testing. Mountain High has been the first resort to open in Southern California for the past 18 years, and its high-powered snowmaking system – one of the largest in the country – can cover…
  • Win A Chance To Go To Keely’s Ski Camp For Girls

    Blizzard Tecnica and Keely’s Ski Camp For Girls announce 3nd Annual Girl on Fire Sponsorship; contest ends November 15th.   Tecnica Blizzard and Keely’s Ski Camp for Girls are excited to announce the 3nd Annual Girl on Fire sponsorship. The purpose of the sponsorship is to provide equipment and training support for two motivated and committed…
  • Tips for Planning a Winter Getaway in Utah

    Tips for Planning a Winter Getaway in Utah Image Source:  Akos Kokal When you’re looking for the perfect getaway this winter, there’s no better place to visit than Utah. And what you’ve heard is true — it really is the greatest snow on earth. Utah has some of the best terrain for skiing in all…
  • Powder 8s: Skiing in Chile

    1. Yes, you’re an American, but so is everyone else on this continent. When asked where you’re from, the appropriate answer is “los Estados Unidos,” not “America.” Since the Spanish version of your nationality is a bit tiresome to pronounce (estadounidense), you should happily embrace the other titles that will be bestowed upon you, including Gringo, Yankee,…
  • Sugarbush Resort Launches $99 Midweek Season Pass for Baby Boomers

    Win Smith, president and majority owner of Sugarbush Resort in Vermont, turned sixty-five this month. To celebrate, Smith is giving a birthday present to his generation by launching a season pass product targeted at skiers and riders sixty-five and older. The Boomer Midweek Pass is a $99 midweek non-holiday season pass to Sugarbush, offering access…