Author Gordy Megroz on National Geographic's 100 Slopes of a Lifetimewith Gordy Megroz
In the latest episode of Priority Status, Senior Vice President Tanya Scalisi sits down with Gordy Megroz, Author of National Geographic’s forthcoming travel book, 100 Slopes of a Lifetime. During their conversation, Tanya and Gordy dive deep into how his love of skiing and journalism led him to becoming a member of the Outside magazine editorial team, and later approached by National Geographic to pen what will become one of the most beautiful and extensive mountain guides to date. Gordy shed light on some of his personal network’s favorite destinations, from international destinations such as Japan, Switzerland (Zermatt) and France (Chamonix) to domestic mountains such as Aspen, Colorado, Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Stowe, Vermont. Gordy also lets our listeners in on a few “secret” destinations on his radar that are not to be missed. Currently, Gordy is a Colorado-based contributing editor for Outside magazine and is also a regular contributor to Men’s Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, Wired, and SKI, where he writes investigative pieces, as well as profiles of athletes, companies, and places. 100 Slopes of a Lifetime is available to purchase on Amazon.com. To discover more episodes of Priority Status, please be sure to subscribe to the podcast, follow us on Instagram at @jpublicrelations or visit jpublicrelations.com.
Meet Our Guest
Gordy Megroz is a journalist based in Colorado. He’s the author of “100 Slopes of a Lifetime.” Published by National Geographic, the book is an illustrated guide to 100 great ski and snowboard trails throughout the world. As a contributing editor for Outside magazine and regular contributor to Men's Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, Wired, and SKI, Megroz writes investigative pieces, as well as profiles of athletes, companies, and places. He also extensively explores the latest gear, health, nutrition, and fitness trends. And he's never afraid to sacrifice his body for a good story. When Megroz isn't at his desk or on assignment, he's usually skiing or mountain biking.
Learn more at www.gordymegroz.com
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