20 Adventures for Your 2017 Skiing and Snowboarding Bucket List

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Get your plans in order...the snow does melt, after all.

It's been one heck of a year so far for all of us powder hounds. With all the snow that keeps dumping at the resorts and in the backcountry, the only thing you need to do is make your plans. Unfortunately, the snow does eventually melt, so having your shredding bucket list in order is a must. Check out 20 of our favorite adventures, rally the crew, and get ready hit the slopes.

1. Backcountry Snowshoe and Snowboard near Lolo Pass


Photo: Ross Perkins

2. Ski Betty Bear to Skinner Hut


Photo: Jason Hatfield

3. Ski Tour the Enchantments


Photo: Mitch Pittman

4. Ski Little Cottonwood Canyon


Photo: Sam Watson

5. Ski and Snowboard Whitefish Mountain Resort


Photo: Noah Couser

6. Ski Lookout Pass


Photo: Angela Anderson

7. Ski or Snowboard the Burnt Mountain Glades of Snowmass


Photo: Mike Fennell

8. Backcountry Ski at Powder Creek Lodge


Photo: Stephen Matera

9. Winter Backpack to Dog Lake and Backcountry Ski Reynolds Peak


Photo: Eric Harris

10. Ski to McNamara Hut


Photo: Jason Hatfield

11. Ski or Snowboard Pink Pine Ridge


Photo: Andy Earl

12. Backcountry Ski at Blanket Glacier Chalet


Photo: Matt Ford

13. Backcountry Ski or Snowboard at Ann Lake


Photo: Bryan Carroll

14. Overnight at the Maroon Hut


Photo: J. J. Benson

15. Cross-Country Ski the Rendezvous Huts


Photo: Jason Zabriskie

16. Backcountry Ski or Snowboard at Cameron Pass


Photo: Grant Whitty

17. Ski or Snowboard Big White Ski Resort


Photo: Ian Tyley

18. Ski the Aspen Highland Bowl


Photo: Hillary + Matt

19. Ski or Snowboard at Mayflower Gulch


Photo: Eric Hockman

20. Ride Twin Peaks in Lake Tahoe’s Backcountry


Photo: Abe Blair

Published: January 18, 2017

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