Articles by: seniorsskiing

A Skier’s Journey: Pushing The Envelope

A Skier’s Journey: Pushing The Envelope

A Senior Skier Reflects On The Thinking Part of The Sport. Since I was five I’ve been on a voyage of self discovery through skiing that started at the ski areas of the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec, Canada and grew to be an integral part of my life the older I became. Initially learning to ski on riverbank in Winnipeg[Read More…]

by August 31, 2015 0 comments Features, Home Top Box 4
Happy 90th Junior Bounous!

Happy 90th Junior Bounous!

Still Doing Pow And Inspiring The Rest of Us As Junior Bounous celebrates his ninth decade, we salute his love of the sport and his motivation.  His message to the rest of us is simple: “Keep moving!”  Check.  Thanks, Junior and have a great birthday. Here’s a short documentary produced by Snowbird that chronicles Junior’s trip down the Pipeline at[Read More…]

by August 25, 2015 3 comments Ski Heroes, West
Dick Bass, Skiing Visionary, Dies At 85

Dick Bass, Skiing Visionary, Dies At 85

Breaking News From The Salt Lake Tribune.  Click to read more.

by July 29, 2015 0 comments Features, Ski Heroes
There's plenty of room in SeniorsSkiing.com's FORUM
Credit: James Cridland Flickr Creative Commons

There’s Still Room: Join The Crowd At The FORUM

SeniorsSkiing.com’s FORUM Is Up, Running and Waiting For You. The FORUM is SeniorsSkiing’s online community exchange.  Add your thoughts, comments, insights, advice, critiques, recommendations, favorites, disses, and whatever. Just be nice. If you are a subscriber to SeniorsSkiing.com, you will have to register separately for the FORUM.  Just click on FORUM, click Register, pick a username (that will appear on[Read More…]

by July 14, 2015 0 comments Features
Your Turn: Announcing SeniorsSkiing’s New Forum

Your Turn: Announcing SeniorsSkiing’s New Forum

Connect With SeniorsSkiing.com Subscribers: Share, Debate, Create We are very pleased to announce that SeniorsSkiing.com is launching its new FORUM for our subscribers.  We learned from SubscriberSurvey2015 that our readers would be very interested in both reading comments on a forum as well as entering their own thoughts.  So, our technical team has created the FORUM, accessed by a menu[Read More…]

by May 5, 2015 0 comments Features
How Many Subscribers Ski Over 30 Days A Season?

How Many Subscribers Ski Over 30 Days A Season?

Check More Results From SubscriberSurvey 2015. Much to our happiness and gratification, the SeniorsSkiing.com SubscriberSurvey 2015 was a tremendous source of insight and guidance. We reported the highlights in March with a promise to provide some more detail. What follows are more interesting responses to some of our questions. We asked you to rate the importance to SeniorsSkiing subscribers of[Read More…]

by April 28, 2015 0 comments Features, Home Top Box 1
SeniorsSkiing.com will be analyzing Subscriber Survey 2015 data over the next few weeks.
Credit: digitalart

Early Results From Our Subscriber Survey 2015

Much Useful Information To Steer SeniorsSkiing.com. Thank you, thank you, thank you.  Our recent Subscriber Survey 2015 had a 22% response.  If you’re familiar with surveys, you know that is exceptional.  To us, it signifies that readers are engaged and involved with this online magazine.  Even more, almost all our respondents answered every question! The early results show us that discounts on[Read More…]

by March 26, 2015 0 comments Features
Huff Post: Skiing With Senior Eyes

Huff Post: Skiing With Senior Eyes

Huffington Post Features SeniorsSkiing.com’s co-founder Jon Weisberg On Light, Goggles and Lenses We’ve all been there.  Flat light conditions, slow down, stop.  Take your goggles off and put them on.  Peer down the slope.  Proceed slowly, cautiously down, perhaps calling it a day. In his latest Huff Post Post-50 article, SeniorsSkiing.com’s co-founder Jon Weisberg explores the impact of aging eyes[Read More…]

by February 12, 2015 0 comments Features, MedTech
Thinkin' about it.  Revelstoke, BC, cornice has some folks wondering.
Credit: Walter Latterell

Managing Fear, Building Confidence

Ski Instructor: “Encouragement Is The First Lesson For Returning Skiers” It makes no difference whether a skier has just recovered from joint replacement, traumatic accident, ski injury or is returning to skiing from a long hiatus. There is going to be some level of anxiety. Walt Lattrell, ski instructor at Smugglers Notch (VT), teaches a clinic on managing fear for[Read More…]

by February 4, 2015 0 comments Home Top Box 4
Appleton Farms, Ipswich, MA.
Credit: SeniorsSkiing

Contemplative Ski Tour Around Appleton Farms

The Road Not Taken By Robert Frost Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it[Read More…]

by January 25, 2015 0 comments Nostalgia
Ski Industry Remembers: Scenes From 60 Years Ago

Ski Industry Remembers: Scenes From 60 Years Ago

A Blizzard Of Memories From Ski Industry Association Video. SnowSports Industries America (SIA) is the ski trade association of suppliers to consumers.  Think equipment manufacturers, clothing designers and providers, retailers, reps and media, everyone who gets the skier, boarder, X-Cer, backcountry adventurers and snowshoer out on the snow. SIA puts on global trade shows, publishes extraordinary research on market trends, advocates for the[Read More…]

by January 23, 2015 1 comment Remember When?
We’ll Have What They’re Having

We’ll Have What They’re Having

Skiing En Masse Down A Mountain In The Buff Must Have Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time. We’d like to have at the conference table when the idea for this video came to up.  Not sure where or when this took place, but thanks to Mountain Life magazine for bringing it the world and for Sweetgrass Productions for the[Read More…]

by January 10, 2015 0 comments Features
Get Into The Spirit: Cannon Mountain Aerial Footage

Get Into The Spirit: Cannon Mountain Aerial Footage

If You Need Some Inspiration To Get Out There, Here It Is. Cannon Mountain in New Hampshire looks deep in snow as of today.  Wonderful and dramatic shots of a beautiful and venerable ski area.  Credit White Mountains TV 16.

by December 23, 2014 0 comments East
Huff Post: Essential Gear Senior Skiers Need To Carry

Huff Post: Essential Gear Senior Skiers Need To Carry

Huffington Post Features SeniorsSkiing.com’s Co-Founder Jon Weisberg On Necessary Accessories SeniorsSkiing.com’s co-founder Jon Weisberg has been skiing for 60 years and clearly gotten his equipment kit down pat.  In this Huffington Post Post-50 Blog entry, Jon describes the eight vital pieces of gear seniors will find most useful to put in their cars, packs, or pockets.  What do you think?[Read More…]

by December 10, 2014 0 comments Features, Gear
GoPro Flipping Out On Mt. Cook

GoPro Flipping Out On Mt. Cook

Free-skier Tom Wallisch corks it on New Zealand’s Tallest Mountain Some say skiing is flying with different expectations.  Take a look at this short video from GoPro with professional free-skier Tom Wallisch down in En-Zed.  Aside from the corkscrew flip, the view of these snow fields is breathtaking.   By the way, winter in New Zealand is summer in the Northern[Read More…]

by December 10, 2014 0 comments Features, International

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