Ski Butlers Blog

Telluride Adaptive Sports Program

Have you ever been riding the lift and seen someone arcing down the hill in a contraption that looks like a race car seat with a ski on the bottom?  That's a mono-skier, and they are probably part of TASP or Telluride Adaptive Sports Program.  Maybe you have come upon skiers with blaze orange vests on, one reading "Blind Ski Guide" and the other saying "Blind Guide".  Incredible!  TASP is constantly making the impossible possible.  Their trained staff and volunteers asses needs of the students, set up appropriate adaptive equipment and provide instruction and/or guiding to allow people to do things most of us would never think possible.  

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Getting in Shape for Ski Season

It’s that time of year again! Time to put away the golf and tennis gear and start shuffling through all your closets and ski bags trying to find all that equipment you stored 9 months ago. It always seems to be scattered throughout my house and I wonder what was I thinking when I put this away? 

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The Anticipation of Winter

The end of fall is nigh and it is time to trade in your steaming pumpkin latte for a crisp and juicy turkey leg.  This is a time for reflection and a time for painstaking anticipation for the winter snows to blanket the ground.

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Ski Season is Here: Are You Ready?

What are the essential ski accessories that every Rocky Mountain skier needs to own?

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