Ski Butlers Blog - 2015

Shaping up for the Ski Season

Fall has arrived and there’s still plenty of time left for bike riding, climbing and trail running.  But before you know it, there will be snow on the ground.  We all understand, as mountain dwellers, that once the rain starts falling and temps start dropping, preparing us for the winter ahead, we have to change our activities.

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Steamboat, A Community Before a Ski Town

My wife and I, the owners of Ski Butlers Steamboat, have had the awesome opportunity to live in different ski towns.  We met in Park City then moved to Breckenridge for a winter, then finally settled in Steamboat Springs.  We get the question a lot, “What makes Steamboat different to other ski towns?”

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My First Pair of Skis

In 1985 I was given a pair of Techno Pro Husky skis for my Birthday, and a pair of Caber ski boots. After one season the tips delaminated and I lost my two big toe nails. I was hooked!


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3 Things to Know about Jackson Hole’s Teton Lift

With Jackson Hole’s 50th anniversary approaching, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has decided to give the mountains devout followers a present. The new Teton Lift opens on the anniversary date December 19th.. The new chair is somewhat controversial, but with new terrain becoming available it will be a race to see who gets first chair. Here are three of the most important things you need to know about the new chair.

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