Christy Sports The Ridge Report
A Blog About Everything Skiing & Snowboarding in Colorado & Utah
Tips for Biking in the Rain

Inclement weather, especially rain, can be rough both on you and your bike. Moisture can corrode components, causing them to rust or seize. Here in Colorado, because of our diverse elevation and climate, the weather can be unpredictable and change on a dime. With some simple preparation, a little knowledge, and all the right gear, […]

So, you’ve spent all season riding in your ski or snowboard boots. Chances are pretty good they are grimy and nasty – buckles and/or laces sticking, shells are dirty and oily feeling. Just as with your skis and snowboards, this no way to store your gear, especially if you want it to last. Properly cleaning […]

The time has come to trade in your goggles for sunglasses and skis/snowboards for mountain bikes, hiking boots, or wake boards. As you transition to warm weather sports, dropping your still-wet skis or snowboard on the floor of your garage, basement, or shed to dry out for the summer seems like the easiest thing to […]

Old Town Historic Park City Considered Park City’s “Main Attraction,” Old Town Historic Park City is the hub for all things fun, wild, and exciting in Park City, Utah.  Situated between two world-class ski resorts, Old Town is the center of it all when it comes to dining, shopping, and arts and entertainment. Nestled in […]

Things to do in Frisco

Not the skier or snowboarder on the family winter vacation?  No problem . . . Consider the historic mountain town of Frisco, Colorado.  Famously called Main Street of the Rockies, Frisco is a great place for a family holiday.  The first stop for many visitors here is the Frisco Adventure Park and Nordic Center.  Here, […]

Breckenridge Snow Sculptures

Each year for the past 28 years, one of the most spectacular events in Summit County comes to life as snow artists from around the world turn blank canvases of snow into amazing works of art.  From a whimsical bouquet of giant flowers, to bears and elephants, to skulls and dragons, to abstract shapes, sculptors […]

ski better/ snowboard better

A new year is upon us. It’s time to set some goals for the winter. As you narrow down those resolutions, some fall off the plate and some receive your full attention. We are addressing a resolution many who live on or around snow have: become a better skier or boarder.  As we wrap up […]

Planning a ski or snowboard trip to Park City this winter and looking for something different to do while in town?  Be sure to visit High West Distillery and Saloon, the first ski-in ski-out distillery in the country. Get ready to discover Utah’s little known whiskey history. Built as a historic western-inspired saloon and restaurant, […]

Colorado Ski Trip

Whether it’s Vail, Aspen, Steamboat Springs, Breckenridge, or Keystone that is your ski or snowboard vacation this winter, packing for such a trip isn’t always as fun as picking the destination. Colorado is known for having some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the United States. Yet, the gear you need to be comfortable, […]

Are you looking to jump aboard the craft spirit train or simply looking for someplace unique and different to wet your whistle after a day on the slopes? Either way, the wide selection of Breckenridge craft brews and spirits has you covered. This increasingly growing craft brew and distillery movement everyone seems to be raving […]