Sochi Part Two

A wise man once said, “the best work is created when one is having fun.”  Maybe it was just me that said it, or more correctly, thought it, but there is no better...

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Where in the World is Kaylin Richardson: Sochi Edition

You want to know what is more intense than competing in the Olympic Games? Covering the Olympic Broadcast. Ok, I am kidding. Well, mostly kidding. Little do the primed and...

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Kaylin’s Epic End to 2013

The end of my 2013 was, might I say… epic? December was a whirlwind that included stops in Minneapolis, Beaver Creek, Atlanta, New York City, and the alps of France. Some of...

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Faye Gulini is Ready for Sochi

I hope that your holidays have been as amazing as mine! I was lucky enough to spend a lot of time with my family. I was able to take my eleven-year-old nephew snowboarding a few...

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Gluten Free Dining at Canyons

Whether you have Celiac and can’t digest gluten at all or perhaps you’re just trying to eat less wheat, either way it seems that more and more people are leaning towards a...

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Vail Resorts Echo Grant to People’s Health Clinic

According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, “thousands of children suffer from undetected vision problems that can have a significant impact on quality of life and, left untreated, lead to permanent vision loss and delayed development. While most schools provide students with vision screening, children from low-income families without vision insurance often lack [...]

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Employee Spotlight: Dana Edwards

Canyons has over 1,700 employees during the winter season.  From those that scan your pass when you get on the lift, to the lunch crew at Cloud Dine to Ski Patrol that ensures you get off the mountain safely at the end of the day, there’s an extensive team ensuring you have the Experience of a [...]

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How to Enjoy Spring in a Ski Town

Play Hard. Live Easy: this pretty much sums up March in a ski town. It marks the beginning of the end of the winter season and is notorious for bringing a late season storm or two which makes us locals giddy. For the most part though, you can expect blue bird skies and soft groomers. [...]

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A Ski Day Date at Canyons Resort

Finding time to date my husband is tough. With two young boys, my husband and I don’t have a ton of free time and nights seem to be filled with after school activities, homework and quite honestly, we’re often too tired to even think about going out. Because we both realize how important it is [...]

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Twin Tips: Ski Technology

The skiing at Canyons Resort is so good right now. There is lots of new snow in the mountains with 26″ of fresh snow over the weekend. One of the things that makes  powder skiing even better is to use some ski technology. Not just cool skis and boots – but actual technology. Here are [...]

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