Insider Tips for Ski & Snowboard Travel

14th March 2016 | Will McGough

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Ready for the mountains. - ©Flickr/Flyinace2000

Ready for the mountains.
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Ready for the mountains. - ©Flickr/Flyinace2000
Traveling to the mountains isn't always easy, but insider tips can help. - ©Flickr/4nitsirkKristina D.C. Hoeppner

Traveling to the mountains isn't always easy, but insider tips can help.
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Traveling to the mountains isn't always easy, but insider tips can help. - ©Flickr/4nitsirkKristina D.C. Hoeppner
Traveling with ski gear can be tough if you plan to take a road trip. We've found it's best to put the things you'll need every day within quick reach and stash everything else. One trick is to keep a jacket, extra pair of socks and possibly a pair of pants near the seat with you. This way you won't have to dig through your bags if you need to change.  - ©Tim Shisler

Traveling with ski gear can be tough if you plan to take a road trip. We've found it's best to put the things you'll need every day within quick reach and stash everything else. One trick is to keep a jacket, extra pair of socks and possibly a pair of pants near the seat with you. This way you won't have to dig through your bags if you need to change.
Copyright: Tim Shisler

Traveling with ski gear can be tough if you plan to take a road trip. We've found it's best to put the things you'll need every day within quick reach and stash everything else. One trick is to keep a jacket, extra pair of socks and possibly a pair of pants near the seat with you. This way you won't have to dig through your bags if you need to change.  - ©Tim Shisler
Getting ready to ski and snowboard. - ©Flickr/star5112

Getting ready to ski and snowboard.
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Getting ready to ski and snowboard. - ©Flickr/star5112