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  • Sipapu Readies For Winter

    New Mexico's Sipapu prepares for the shift toward winter operations. Full Article

    18th September 2007

  • Angel Fire Upgrades Slopeside Hotel

    Look for large scale renovations at Angel Fire Resort's slopeside hotel. Full Article

    10th September 2007

  • Best View Is From Sandia Tram

    Where's the best bird's-eye view in America? Full Article

    28th August 2007

  • New Mexico Goes Out With a Bang

    While neighboring Arizona struggled with snows this winter, New Mexico read like a different book. Storms piled up one after the other, dropping big dumps of snow…even this past week. Full Article

    26th March 2007

  • New Mexico Resorts Begin to Close

    After a winter of deep snows, warm temperatures and lack of new snow this month are taking a toll in New Mexico. Fast-changing conditions prompted Angel Fire Resort to change its winter closing date back to its original weekend and two other resorts closed for the season. Full Article

    19th March 2007

  • Longtime Ski Coach Retires

    George Brooks, University of New Mexico ski coach, plans to retire at this season's end. After 37 years as head coach, the only head coach in the program's history is moving on because he says it's time. Full Article

    12th March 2007

  • Ski Apache's Speed Racer

    Not only is Ross Anderson the marketing manager for Ski Apache, but he's also the fastest skier in United States history. Last April, he set the American record clipping at a teeth-rattling 154.06 m.p.h. down the slopes at Les Arc, France. Full Article

    5th March 2007

  • Jibbers Enjoy Santa Fe and Sandia

    Terrain park upgrades swept through New Mexico this winter. Amid the new additions, Sandia Peak and Ski Santa Fe launched fresh parks attracting jibbers and jumpers. Full Article

    26th February 2007

  • New Mexico Smashes Records

    New Mexico resorts are seeing a 60 percent increase in skier visits over last season. Why? The state has the best snowfall that it has seen in 13 years. Last year, several resorts didn't receive enough snow to open while others racked up only a 30-inch total. But this year is a different story with more than 15 feet of snow so far this year. Full Article

    19th February 2007

  • Angel Fire Honors Patroller

    Angel Fire honored one of its own killed in Iraq. In a dedication ceremony this past week, the resort named its new gladed area Shane's Glade in memory of the former ski patroller. Full Article

    19th February 2007

  • Angel Fire Extends Season

    With record-breaking snowstorms, which catapulted Angel Fire from an 18-inch average snow base in December to five feet at present, the resort has added a week to their season--shifting their closing date from March 25th to April 1st. Full Article

    12th February 2007

  • Racing for Big Bucks at Taos

    Money isn't everything. But that's what we say when we don't have it. At stake this weekend at Taos? The largest cash purse in ski racing, and notables like Jake Fiala and Casey Puckett will be there duking it out for their chunk of the prize money. Full Article

    6th February 2007

  • Taos Stays Snowboard Free, But Out to Launch

    One of four U.S. resorts that permit only skiers on their hills, Taos Ski Valley still advertises themselves as 100 percent snowboard free. "Skiers come here because we don't have snowboarding," says Marketing Director Adrianna Blake, "but we still have jibber terrain." Full Article

    29th January 2007

  • Cowboy Cheerleaders at Angel Fire?

    The bar TV isn't the only place to see NFL cheerleaders. At Angel Fire this weekend, you can sidle up to Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders who are filling in for ticket checkers. Full Article

    22nd January 2007

  • Going Higher at Santa Fe

    Last year, Santa Fe's new Millenium lift sat idle. Mother Nature's meager contribution of the white stuff just wasn't enough to inaugurate the new lift. This year, however, is a different story. Full Article

    17th January 2007

  • Pajarito Piping Water?

    To combat recent dry years, Pajarito Mountain is considering installation of a $2.6 million snowmaking system. While May balloting of the Los Alamos Ski Club owners showed support, finding water is the challenge. Full Article

    8th January 2007

  • Snorkeling in New Mexico

    Inches mean nothing in New Mexico. In the Land of Enchantment this past week, they're talking feet. And for Angel Fire, skiers almost needed snorkels. Full Article

    1st January 2007

  • Stocking Stuffers at Taos

    What do you want for Christmas in New Mexico? Snow, of course. And that's exactly what Taos got in its stockings. Full Article

    25th December 2006

  • Gunning Up at Red River

    After having one of their best turnouts ever for their early season race camp, Red River commenced daily operations this past weekend. With more guns added to their snowmaking arsenal this year, they are "a bit ahead of last year," according to Wes Haydon, Director of Skier Services. Full Article

    19th December 2006

  • Angel Fire Beats Out Last Year

    "It looks great out there," said Angel Fire's Cody Fisher. "We're already better than last year." After last winter's snows failed to deliver until spring, many New Mexico resorts had skimpy ski seasons. But not so this year. Full Article

    12th December 2006

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