What's the best way to stay warm on the slopes this winter? Ski with some hot guys in Vail, Colo. And don't worry about meeting the guys. You can "book" them by giving the biggest donation to a good cause: First Descents, a charitable organization that specifically targets young adults with cancer.
The charity's founder, Cosmo Magazine's 2008 Most Eligible Bachelor and world champion professional kayaker Brad Ludden, is giving away a Free "Bachelor" Ski Day in Vail with himself, Ryan Sutter and U.S. Ski Team
legend Mike Friedberg. The holiday donation drive kicks off Sunday and runs until December 21. The grand prize - the ski weekend - will go to the person who makes the biggest donation. Other high donors will have a chance to win prizes like a pair of Head skis, Smith wear and SmartWool products.
Donate online at firstdescents.org and click the "Donate" button or call in to the First Descents Office at (970) 845-8400.
First Descents' mission is to put on several weeklong camps each year on rivers in Colorado and Wyoming in order to utilize whitewater kayaking and other outdoor adventure sports to promote emotional, psychological and physical healing.