Just a note... I live in Colorado and lift ticket prices are nowhere near $55 dollars (they were like 15 yrs ago when I was in High School). Nowadays you can plan on spending ~$100/lift ticket depending on the resort.
- 3/20/2014 8:02:39 AM
Since I live in the Deep South (Mississippi), we don't have to worry about the snow. It does get cold, but thank God I don't have to shovel snow away from my car, or use a blowtorch just to unlock it. - 12/2/2013 10:17:48 AM
I'm all up for snow-hiking! Where I live we're surrounded by fields and hills, and last winter when we had loads of snow (UK) I took to the fields with great gusto. Highly invigorating!
- 1/25/2012 11:29:55 AM
Several of these activities sound fun & easy to try. Downhill does get expensive though, but snowshoeing & cross-country can be safer anyway. Thanks for a great article. I'm actually more inclined to exercise when it's cooler than in summer! I don't handle heat.
- 11/19/2010 2:08:23 AM
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