This winter has been tough on skiers and snowboarders, but Buck Hill is bringing them one of the newest forms of winter fun.
It may be starting to feel like winter in the Twin Cities, but it is not really looking like it with the lack of snow. With snowfall totals well below normal, ski hills had a late and slow start to the season.
Our first blast of winter may have caused some problems on the roads. But it was certainly welcome by people who love to play in the snow.
I’m going back to my roots to run down 10 of the best attractions south of the river in Burnsville.
Rohan Preston reviews several shows, including Proof, Master Butchers, and The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins. Halloween is coming up quickly, and Buck Hill is already putting people in the mood. Hector Cromarty, or the […]
The recent rainfall could have been worse…it could have been snow. Actually, that would have been fine with Tasha McRank, a co-head coach of the Buck Hill ski team. She talks about this weekend’s Ski […]