Ski Butlers Blog

3 Mountain Bike Trails To Check Out In Tahoe

Mountain biking is a tremendous off season activity that we skiers gravitate towards.  When the leaves begin to turn, it's a perfect time to get out and explore the beautiful mountains before they are covered in snow.  Here are a few trails to check out in the Tahoe/Truckee area next time you're in town.

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New Season, New Gear Options

     It’s that time of year, time to start ogling over new gear and freshening up your ski wardrobe. It’s time to throw out the pants that have been hanging on by a thread and duct tape. Trust me; duct tape doesn’t buy the mountain cred it once did in the ‘90s. Outerwear has come a long ways in the past decade in regards to water-proofing, moisture wicking, durability and style. What good is your new pow ski if you’re stuck in the lodge trying to warm up and dry out?

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Breckenridge Speaker Series - National Geographic

There will be two events hosted at the Riverwalk Center in downtown Breckenridge, CO in which National Geographic Live will present images and stories from all over the globe from some of their filmmakers and photographers.  As audiences of this series have already experienced, Nat Geo Live events are expertely illustrated through employees who travel the globe searching for powerful stories and images typically seen on National Geographic Magazine and National Geographic Channel.  

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Jackson Hole: Not Just a Ski Town

Growing up on the east coast Jackson Hole was like an R rated movie; all of my friends had heard about how mind blowing it was, but none of us had actually seen it. We would pass along tales of the long snow filled runs, and the legendary Corbet’s Couloir. We never considered Jackson Hole’s rich history, or how magical Teton National Park is. Now that I have lived in Jackson for three seasons I am amazed at how many activities there are in the winter, with so many to choose from, I tried to narrow it down to the best of the best.

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