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While you’re waiting for the next mega-storm, check in with our list of the top winter sports blogs.
Like many of us, the founders of opensnow.com spend a lot of time trying to figure out when and where the powder will fly. Unlike many of us, they're meteorologists.
Some sites are all about service; Universal Klister all about mood, tone, and image.
Some of the sharpest backcountry gear reviews in the business, from the folks who brought you Couloir magazine.
ESPN covers its turf well, and freeskiing is no exception.
Brobomb’s tag line puts it nicely into perspective: “Having fun at skiing’s expense.”
A serious-minded and expertly informed site, focusing mainly (though not exclusively) on ski-mountaineering in Wyoming’s ragged, beautiful Teton range.
Straightchuter.com’s Andrew McLean is one of the most prolific (and interesting) ski bloggers writing today.
Ann Driggers blogs about everything from how to find hidden powder stashes, trips from far afield, and reports on runs in the Colorado backcountry.
A veritable clearing house for all things snow-related, Adventureskier provides an impressive array of snow reports, travel logs, photos, videos, news, op-ed, and links.