Dating apps have seen a surge during lockdowns, with Tinder users making 3 billion swipes worldwide on Sunday 29 March, the most the app has ever recorded in a single day. But what is the best way to attract your perfect match, what makes people swipe right on your profile pic? Turns out, if it’s a picture of you skiing, you’ll […]
As the winter season approaches, and the fall season begins to come to an end, many resorts who have joined forces under the new IKON pass are getting ready to open to the public. Though some mountains have already opened their doors, including Mammoth, CMH Heli-Skiing, Killington, Sunday River, Eldora, Lake Louise, Sunshine, and Mt. Norquay, many are planning to […]
This report covers the last several days at Squaw Valley. It has been absolutely insane in Tahoe the past 5 days. The storm started rolling through on Tuesday night. Wednesday was a fantastic sleeper pow day great for hippy pow turns bad for sending. Thursday was and even better sleeper pow day with pockets of amazing visibility perfect for sending. Friday was the deepest day I’ve ever skied in Tahoe this season and not many crowds though the vis was pretty bad. Saturday was amazing pow day but the lines were crazy. It took about an hour per lap and got skied out quickly… but the fingers opened and some people got quite sendy. Sunday, today, was also crowded, but since today was the first day the storm broke, squaw opened the whole mountain and it really thinned the crowds out.