DCSki, Re-Tuned

Good news snow sports enthusiasts, DCSki (dcski.com) is redesigned. UX improvements include responsive design and friendly photo uploading to the forums.

DCSki has been the go-to for Mid-Atlantic skiing and snowboarding news, annual pass information and resort profiles since the 20th century. I interviewed Scott Smith, DCSki webmaster, in 2012.

Offseason highlights

The Renaissance of Timberline Mountain
The most extensive overview of the reinvestment by new owner Perfect North.

DCSki Interview Series: Phil and Tricia Pugliese of Pugski.com
Q&A with the couple that runs the popular skiing forum site.

DCSki Interview Series: Jamie Storrs, Senior Manager of Communications, Eastern Region at Vail Resorts
Q&A with comms manager for ski areas like Whitetail

While content like those Q&As and first hand reports are great, it’s the forums keep me coming back to DCski throughout the year. The DCSki community helps me figure where I can get my best day on the slopes.

Limited advertising

It’s also noteworthy that DCSki has limited advertising and is not part of an ad network or like Taboola. You’ll have to find out what “big star now works 9 to 5” somewhere else.

You can support DCSki and its limited advertising via Patreon or PayPal. I do!

What kind of season will we have?

I have already pondered this and probably will until I’m skiing down a slope. If it gets to that point. DCSki is my first stop to keep track of what opens and when.

Author: WFY

Yet another Washingtonian pushing the ubiquitous Nats/DC sports, Penn State, commuting, bicycling, kayaking, broomball, skiing, gin & tonic agenda.