My favorite thing to do in the winter is travel to a new mountain, ski all day, and end the day with old and new friends made on the chairlift for an apres-ski beer. The ability to get together for a beer after a long day in the cold to talk about our favorite runs and falls we took is unmatched. New locations allow me to try new local breweries and unpack the ski culture of the mountain. This is a picture of my friend Schuyler and me “saddled” up at the bar at Million Dollar Cowboy Bar sharing a beer.
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