It’s that time of the week again — SkiMum came into the studio to tell us about the importance of getting outside during our beautiful Oregon summers. She spent some time with Adam Sather of Rad Camps to learn about the positive benefits, both mentally and physically, of spending some time outdoors.
Winter is here and Ski Mum and Ski Bum are here to give us a look at the conditions on the mountain, and in town, that you need to be aware of.
If sliding down the slopes isn’t your thing you can still get out and enjoy the winter wonderland in the Cascade Mountains. Ski Mum‘s co-producer Jim Kinny joins us to talk about this alternative form of transportation through the snow.
Ski Mum stopped by Central Oregon Daily to share her ski trip on Broken Top Mountain.
Ski Mum heads to Mt. Bachelor to ski uphill. Mt. Bachelor has added an uphill trail for skiers to test out their backcountry gear in the safety of the resort in order to get your fitness and comfort level up before heading out of bounds. The trail can get you all the way up to the Summit Lift when the lift is running and then, of course, you get to ski back down. It also lets you access the mountain for free! Snowboarders can also take advantage of the uphill trail, but you’ll need to pack your snowshoes.