Most native Coloradans will tell you that ski resorts today are overpriced, overcrowded, and overbuilt. Many mountains now feature expensive condos and boutique shopping instead of no-nonsense groomed runs. Is it still possible to find resorts where winter sports enthusiasts can spend less time in line and more time playing in the powder?
This week, arctic air will blast much of the country. Changes in the polar vortex will bring frigid temperatures, causing record-breaking cold in the Midwest and the Northeastern United States.
The Weather Channel predicts wind chills of more than -40°F from the Dakotas to the Great Lakes. Temperatures will be well below average throughout the Central and Southern U.S., exposing millions to dangerously cold conditions.
Here’s what you need to know about the polar vortex, what’s causing the outbreak in arctic air, and what you can do to stay safe.
Heading to the slopes is always a good time. But sometimes it’s nice to change things up and try new winter activities. Whether you’re just not into skiing and snowboarding or you’re just looking for something new, there are lots of different winter sports out there. And these 7 alternative winter activities are sure to keep things fresh and exhilarating during the colder months.
Colorado is synonymous with adventure. When spring gives way to summer, the Colorado high country turns into a veritable outdoor playground. We have compiled a list of the best Colorado summertime activities.
Colorado winters create a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. Even during the coldest months, you’re sure to enjoy plenty of sunshine. Whether you’re a Colorado native or a visitor who’s just passing through, we are here to help you discover the best winter activities in Colorado.
Winters may be getting colder across the country. But gone are the days when we are at the mercy of wicked weather. Now, with electric jackets, gloves, and even shoes, people all over the country are embracing the cold. If you’re on the fence about adding heated apparel to your wardrobe, then here are 7 reasons why you should change it up and explore the benefits of wearing heated clothing.
I've dealt with low back problems for the last 12+ years. This is a comprehensive guide to everything I have done to get better and stay better. I never had surgery and instead went through physical therapy, which I still do to this day. I only use the Torch Electrek™ HEAT+SUPPORT BACK BRACE for the soothing, therapeutic heat, and I use the support during physical activities that I may injure myself, and in times when the pain flares up. Read this guide and get back to a better life of no (or reduced) low back pain!
April is here, but yet a vast amount of people are still cold and even worse find that their feet are cold. People in the UK rarely experience snow. Nevermind snow at the end of March. Australiais heading for the coldest winter it ever experienced. Okay, it still will be pretty warm there for a "winter," but for people that are not used to that few degrees less than usual, it will be pretty cold. Point being, it's a lot colder than we are used to. And generally, our feet are the ones that a big problem when it comes to cold weather thus this is probably why you searched for how to keep your feet warm in cold weather.