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The Funnest* Sport on Earth Skiing is one of life’s sure paths to joy.

When we were kids, joy wasn’t hard to find. A snow day, a trip to the movies, an ice cream cone, even a cardboard box was full of the stuff. Then we grow up, and it gets a bit buried under jobs, chores, bills, errands, parking tickets, and insurance company phone trees.

But every fall, when the leaves skitter down the sidewalk and the rain turns to snow up high, we get that familiar feeling in our stomach—the joy is coming again.

Because on the hill, skiing elevates us from getting through daily life to actually being alive—laughing with friends, floating through powder fields, clinking beers at après. Through skiing, we become kids again, reveling in the pure thrill of sliding downhill.

Here’s what our athletes and ambassadors have to say about it. Read up and smile hard…because skiing is fun.

by Kimberly Beekman

*We know, that’s not a real word. But we really wish it were.

If you aren’t having fun, what are
you doing?

Caite Zeliff

Life is filled with intense experiences that crystalize into perfect memories. That day. The friends, the powder, the big lines, getting ready to load the helicopter to do it all over again

Robin McElroy

Teaching your kids to ski is all fun and games until you can’t keep up with them anymore.

Christine Shine

Waffles or powder? Both please!

Anne Wangler

Skiing just wouldn’t be nearly as satisfying without your friends... thankful for my crew that makes it fun no matter what the day brings

Claire Brown

Stay close to people who feel like

Anne Wangler

Good times and crazy people
make the best memories.

Angelika Kaufmann

There is nothing quite as fun as rehashing the day with a cold beer after being in the mountains with your friends.

Leslie Baker-Brown

Teton Pass is always a
fun place to go for a
ski tour with your
friends and your dog

Keely Kelleher

Teton Pass is always a fun place to go for a ski tour with your friends and your dog

Keely Kelleher