The Nolan brothers' Superman reboot isn't out for another 137 days.
In the meantime, if you're in need of a high-speed, high-altitude fix during these frigid days, you're going to need to learn the fine sport of snowkiting.
Say what? Think kite-surfing + snow + awesome.
You'll learn this badassery from the veterans at Albany-based Kite Club NY, which teaches courses in the Catskills, Tug Hill, and beyond.
You can take a quick intro class, or a more in-depth, three-hour tutorial in which you'll learn kite theory and tricks like one-hand kite control. Advanced courses teach you body positioning, edge control, and other schmancy maneuvers.
If you're feeling a little less ambitious, you can just round up a group of your buddies for the all-inclusive day camp package. Kite Club will pick you up in Manhattan, load you up with hot food and drink, and set you free on slopes after a quick class.
But just what does one drink après-snowkiting? That's the only question worth pondering.
Kite Club NY
Price: Classes starting at $125