Many resorts offer winter outerwear for rental (jackets, gloves, ski pants) if you're traveling from points south - where you may not have those types of things in your closet. Inner layering is just as key for protecting yourself from the elements.
Be sure to avoid cotton products against your skin when you're bound to be sweating. Try to rely on underclothes that are designed to wick moisture away from your body.
Along with layering - consider the elements.. temperature and precipitation in particular.. freezing conditions you'll want to protect your ski with face warmer, goggles, etc.
Andrew Goldman, a.k.a.. A.G., is new to TDS but brings years of on-mountain experience as a result of his 14 years working in sales for Smugglers' Notch Resort.
Originally from Long Island, Andrew graduated from, western N.Y.'s, Alfred University in 1990. With his appreciation and constant need for outdoor activities he settled in Vermont in 1996. The ski industry offered a great opportunity for Andrew to become familiar with several resorts throughout the country and Canada.
Andrew resides with his wife Maria (skier) and two snowboarding daughters in Fairfax, VT. where he remains a firm believer that there's enough mountain for all to peacefully co-exist and shred!
To book your Northeast Ski or Snowboard experience, or to chat with Andrew about keeping warm on those chilly days, give him a call at: