If you’ve already booked your skiing holiday, you’re probably looking forward to perfecting your snow bunny look and enjoying winter treats in the lodge. But your vacation can provide plenty of fantastic health benefits too, including weight loss, muscular fitness and even relief from seasonal affective disorder or SAD.
We all know the drill: the winds get cold, the snow begins to fall, the ice piles up. No one feels like going outside to get the mail, much less putting real effort into working out or staying active.
Kelly O'Neil is back with more ideas for how to get your toddler on-snow sooner! Chalk full of insider tips, direct from a first-time Mom and outdoor enthusiast, Kelly's winter series isn't to be missed. Check out part one of Kelly's second year as Blue Mountain's offcial Mommy-blogger.
I did not grow up skiing. Coming from Southwestern Ontario the skiing culture was very small and the hills were few and far between. When I began working at Blue Mountain two years ago I saw my opportunity to begin skiing and took advantage of it.