Every Friday morning between now and April 5, you can join other uphill skiers on Buttermilk Mountain for the Uphill Breakfast Club.
Founded by Aspen Alpine Guides and Ute Mountaineer, the club hosts this great event to get out on the slopes. Once you’re at the top, you can have breakfast at The Cliffhouse – there’s tea, coffee and hot chocolate, too. Stop by the oatmeal and yogurt stations or choose the Cliffhouse’s signature breakfast fried rice with a farm-fresh egg or thick-cut French toast with a side of bacon.
What is Uphill Skiing?
Uphill skiing – also called “skinning” and “ski touring” – is tremendous work… and it’s a lot of fun.
Most uphill skiers use 161-cm race skis with minimal bindings. Special boots attach at toe pivots that rotate as you get up the hill, but they can lock into the heel pins when you rotate the binding. Skins on the bottom of the skis make it possible – and you take them off when it’s time to come back down.
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