The 2017 Resort Guide is here

The 2017 Resort Guide is here

Hot off the press, the 2017 Resort Guide is here. Colorado’s Bobby Brown graces the cover, photographed by… himself. How neat is that? The image was captured via GoPro, atop Austria’s Stubai Glacier.

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The 2017 Resort Guide cover stars Bobby Brown, photographed by… Bobby Brown

Inside: The 2017 Resort Guide comes packed with features on Whistler Blackcomb; Aspen Snowmass; Snowbird; Jackson Hole; Mammoth Mountain; Mount Bachelor; Telluride and Revelstoke (the latest additions to the Mountain Collective Pass roster); and Killington.

Additionally, the mag highlights the famed British Columbia Powder Highway and its seven stops: Fernie, Kimberley, Panorama, Kicking Horse, Revelstoke, Whitewater and Red Mountain. Furthermore, you’ll find a special on skiing Vermont’s “Green Mountain Spine,” including Mount Snow, Magic Mountain, Okemo, Killington, Sugarbush, Mad River, Stowe and Jay Peak. Jay Peak, Burke Mountain and the EB-5 scandal also receive further mention. Plus, you’ll also enjoy our call-out of the year’s top capital investment projects—see which resorts have been working hard this off-season to ensure your next visit is the best ever.

More: We provide an in-depth look at the brain disease CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy) and its growing role in skiing; we take you behind Vail Resorts’ $1.1 billion purchase Whistler Blackcomb; we candidly explore the realities of living in a mountain town; we profile Sven Brunso (outworking skiers since 1995), Nico Vuignier (creator of the Centriphone), Tanner Rainville and KC Deane, and we’re just getting started…

How to find it: The 2017 Resort Guide hits subscribers’ mailboxes beginning this week. The issue will also be available on newsstands (both hardcopy and online) beginning on 10/4.

Related: The 2017 Buyer’s Guide is here, packed with 357 new, awesome products

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