Here it is, Columbus Day Weekend upon us. The days are shorter but still warm. Evenings are longer and frost is not far away. Yes, Killington is blowing snow on the Superstar trail. It all melted. But the fact of the matter is that they are ready, willing, and trying. And that’s a main indicator
The 2017-2018 ski and ride season is getting off to a very good start. And to help you check out what’s happening throughout the New England ski and ride scene, we have posted a new page titled: Ski New England Check it out. A few fun-filled facts about each of the various ski areas in
The Season of Giving is here. Thanksgiving leftovers stuff the refrigerator and the newspaper is thick with flyers and ads. If you have skiers or riders on your gift list—and that list should most definitely include YOU—then check out Avie’s Ski / Sport for some ideas.
RIDE snowboards continues it’s legacy of great gear for riding the mountain, with a few tweaks and revamps to make 2018 season RIDE snowboards, boots, and bindings even better. Like many, if not most ski and snowboard manufacturers for 2018, RIDE has messed around with carbon fiber technology. Most of the snowboards produced by RIDE
We just wanted to let you all know that the Avie’s Ski and Ride bus trip list has now been posted on the Avie’s website. I’ll get you there in just a moment. Unfortunately, most ski resort prices have now surpassed the $100 mark for a lift ticket. Fortunately, Avie’s keeps the price UNDER $100
Hear Ye, Hear Ye All Riders! Avie’s Ski / Sport has a new brand of snowboards, bindings, and boots for you to come drool over. Capita snowboards have found there way into the shop, and they are sweet. Great graphics atop a hi-tech deck makes for great adventures all over the mountain. Capita mixes up