Skiing and Snowboarding
Conquer the mountain this year with this collection of helpful resources and tips from our in Haus ski and snowboard experts!
4 Reasons to Try Snowshoeing This Year Have you found yourself feeling a little cooped up since the temperatures began the drop and the snow began to fly this year? Looking for a fun, family friendly, affordable way to fend off that cabin fever? If so, it sounds like snowshoeing could be the perfect fit […]
5 Tips for Cross Country Skiing with the Kids In a world of phones, tablets, and laptops, when we carry endless entertainment and information around with us in our pockets and backpacks, it can be easy to become…distracted. How many times have you said, “I’m just going to play one more round of this game,” […]
Extend the Life of Your Ski Gear Like most things, skis and snowboards require regular care and maintenance to maximize their longevity. Our In Haus Ski Experts have put together a quick-read list of 4 best practices that you can take to extend the life of your ski gear and ready for the mountain at […]
The birds chirping in the trees, the sound of snow crunching under your skis, the crisp serenity of the backcountry, there is nothing like Cross Country skiing. If you’re brand-new to Nordic skiing and looking for some info, or already an avid downhill skier looking to switch gears, our team of Cross Country, or XC, experts has put together a list of benefits of coming down the mountain and hitting the trails this winter.
Wintersteiger precision for a finely tuned experience We here at Alpin Haus are passionate about skiing and boarding, and we put that passion into everything we do. In 2019 we upped our tuning game by purchasing the Mercury, a new high-end automated tuning machine from the market leading Austrian company, Wintersteiger to ensure that our […]
Boot Fitting Finding the proper boot is the most important part of the skiing package, as anyone who has skied in an uncomfortable boot will tell you. The ideal ski boot should be snug; when you’re standing up your toes should be barely brushing up against the front of the boot. As you get into […]
What Type of Skier Are You? When picking the ski that works best for you, there are a few unique aspects to consider – but one of the most important is your skill level. Picking a ski that compliments your skill level will dramatically improve your stability and control on the mountain. Your skill level […]