Alli has been an avid skier and traveler her entire life and has not missed a ski season since starting at age 8. Following years of frustration with a lack of comprehensive, reliable ski resources for recreational skiers, she launched Avant Ski just before for the 2018-19 season in North America.
Alli spent nearly a decade on Wall Street, though her true passion has always been fitness and travel. Alli loves to explore new places and could not be more excited to share her learnings along the way. Alli loves all things active. When she is not skiing or writing about ski travel, you can find her running around NYC, either chasing her two small boys or training for her next marathon. Alli studied Biology and Economics at Stanford University and has an MBA from the Harvard Business School.
Favorite Resort / Trail:
This is like asking if I have a favorite kid!
Niseko, specifically to ski there after running the Tokyo Marathon
2020-21 Season Goals:
Visit at least 5 new resorts, improve my form in steeper and bumpier terrain
Most Days in a Season:
Meet Claire Thomas: Captain of the Dartmouth College Female Alpine Skiing Team
Claire Thomas, Captain of the Women's Alpine Ski Team at Dartmouth College shares how a Salt Lake City born skier made her way to the Big Green in New Hampshire, what it takes to compete as a team captain at the highest level, advice for young ski racers and her top tips for technique, workouts, gear and more
9 Reasons to Purchase a Multi-Resort Season Pass Now
If you don't think you ski enough to justify a season pass, you are probably wrong. And if you think Covid-19 is causing too much uncertainty to justify having a pass, you're wrong again! It only takes a handful of days on the mountain to make a pass worthwhile and this year's new insurance programs eliminate any financial risk. Here are 9 reasons to purchase a 2020-21 multi-resort season pass.
Aspen / Snowmass Review
Aspen Snowmass has it all - four mountains within an 8.5 mile radius, a combined 5,300 acres of varied terrain, an outstanding dining scene, a happening après ski scene, accommodations fit for celebrities, world class instruction and its easy to get around. Aspen has a rich history and charming culture. There is also plenty for non-skiers to enjoy.
Deer Valley Resort Review
Luxury abounds. Deer Valley offers skiers (and only skiers, there is no snowboarding) the best possible conditions, and the best food - don't miss the turkey chili. Even during seasons with lower snow levels, we have managed to find some softer stuff and avoid rocks. Deer Valley is ideal for families and those just starting out. Its also very accessible.