As a longtime magazine geek and the new editor of Ski Oregon magazine, my publishing career has officially come full circle.

At 12 years old I created my very first magazine, and I called it Ski Oregon. Inside, the pages were full of handwritten content: an editor’s letter about the “new” sport of snowboarding (Timberline had just started offering lessons), a fictional story called “Avalanche”—there’s even a ski personality quiz (find out if you’re a Slow Turtle, a Fast Mouse or a Rad Dog).

I would never have guessed that 20 years later I’d be at the helm of the real deal. While there are no horoscopes (sorry) or movie reviews (was “Look Who’s Talking” really a great flick?), the magazine is packed with exciting stories and gorgeous photography that bring the experience of hitting Oregon’s slopes, backcountry and tubing hills to life. (Incidentally, you can order the magazine here)

I hope you enjoy the new and improved Ski Oregon. For me, it marks 20 years (well, 10 officially) in publishing and 25 years of skiing Oregon’s slopes.

See you on the mountain!
-The Editor (Emily)

PS. We’d love to hear from you. Please let us know what you think of Ski Oregon, or tell us about your Oregon mountain memories…

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