Ski Adventure Logs

                                             Your  Logs


Adventure Logs pages were created for our global family of skiers. This is the page where you can log your ski adventure, share your experiences, all the highs and lows, and even slip in your little secrets. We believe there is nothing better than advice dispensed by a local source, or skier who has themselves visited a ski destination. Only built for snow buffs by skiers. Be mindful Our Experiences are of individual skiers who humbly holidayed at a given resort or destination, and are not a reflection of what a given destination is like beyond the time of their visitation.

When compiling ski adventure  logs ,we will be keeping with a uniform format throughout, and try to cover ; Quick Facts, General Feel, Tips, Terrain, Family Rating, and Food with Bars of course.

If you wish for us to act as your conduit, and you are a person on the ground , drop us a line. We enjoy putting like minded people  together. Awesome things happen! Where you may find this experience rewarding, is say; being a ski instructor in Peru who wants to connect with a family visiting the region and instruct them upon arrival , or a Chalet owner in Utah , Alaska, or Kicking Horse resort who offers a great experience for travellers and wants to connect with them directly.

Not only your ski adventure logs.....

we can be your ski connector !

View us as a potential connector. You can always contact us via our contact us page. Please do not just email us via other means as our spam buffering system will not let you in.

Logging your ski adventures  begins here. Stay in touch 

  • Portillo Chile, Perhaps steepest, tightest skiing of a resort anywhere.

  • Arapahoe Basin US. A relaxed scene to show your groovy moves. Chill out at this place.

  • BiG Sky Montana US. Ski two mountains on the same pass. You can now visit the Moonlight basin.

  • Snowmass Colorado  Having seen and skied the legendary resort, we have few tips for you.

  • This is Aspen’s Family Mountain. Mt Hood,Oregon USA  Lure of deep Pacific West powder.

                       From adventures on skis back home.