There are all sorts of tips to get your kids ready for ski school. Here are some that we found most useful. Mittens: obviously kids need them. But if they are too big little air pockets form at the top and kiddo’s fingers are cold. They are too little—the kids won’t wear them. Go for the Goldilocks effect here and make sure they are just right and are waterproof.
Shiny New Lifts, Renovations & Apps That Make You Go “Oooh!” Exciting new things to look for this season at your favorite ski and shred destinations By Lynnea Tamsen It’s that time of year. Something in the wind changes, an electric buzz of anticipation charges the air, snowflakes start to stay put on the ground and visions of powder stashes and humming chairlifts dance in our heads. This time of year is why we live here.
Catch a fish on your first outing and it’s likely you’ll be hooked, just like the trout on the end of your line. That especially holds true for children, which is why Nova Guides makes a nearly unheard of promise to those who fish the property’s private 3-acre trout pond. Nova Guides new 3-acre fishing pond at Camp Hale “We have a 100-percent guarantee of catching a trout at Camp Hale,” says John Knight of Nova Guides.
Since 1991, Aspen Youth Center has provided thousands of children and teens in Aspen and the surrounding communities with a safe place to be a kid – a place for them to connect, learn and grow. The programs, activities and mentorship we offer create an environment that emphasizes wholeness, compassion, and inclusiveness which, in turn, helps young people to develop mature identities and form healthy relationships at home and at school.