News from North America

Check out all the latest happenings at North America ski resorts, from new lifts to terrain expansions, in addition to North America weather forecasts, photo galleries, infographics and current events skiers and mountain travelers should know about. Stay up-to-date on North America ski resort news and events by clicking on articles from the list below or page through to see North America coverage from the entire ski season.

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  • Ups and Downs for Vacation Week in Vermont

    Mild temps and lack of snow made for mixed reviews of the holiday vacation period in Vermont. While a few areas had to close part way through the week before re-opening just before New Years, others reported surprisingly good numbers, all things considered. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Twin Cities Celebrate Winter

    The St. Paul Winter Carnival, the oldest winter carnival in the nation, celebrates 120 years of existence this winter. The dates are January 26 – February 4 and it's a wintry blast. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Helper, Utah: a True West Hit

    If you're looking for a day excursion from your ski vacation in Utah, you might think of checking out the town of Helper. It's a cute little place, recently named by True West Magazine as the #1 True Western Town in its January/February 2007 issue. The closest resorts are Sundance, Snowbird and Alta. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Sweet Schweitzer

    Although Schweitzer had to close most of the hill due to winds that rose to over 60 mph on Sunday, the mountain, and in fact the whole region, finally got the snow they were looking for last week. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Shanty Creek Reaches Out to Downstate Skiers

    Shanty Creek has announced a program to aid season pass holders at downstate ski areas that have been unable to open due to the above average temperatures and low amount snowfall so far this winter. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Belleayre Focuses On the Future

    Plucky Belleayre Mountain, owned by New York's Department of Environmental Conservation, is one of a handful of New York state's major ski areas that has managed to keep running on a handful of trails in one of the warmest winters in decades in New York state. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Buses Haul Riders to Ashland

    Skiers and snowboarders in the Medford and Ashland areas can get to Mt. Ashland in style and comfort and help the environment by hopping aboard the newly inaugurated weekend and holiday bus service to the ski hill. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Heartland Warm Trend Sets A New Record

    It's been above average temperature across the upper tier of the Heartland for at least a month now. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Riding High at Mountain High

    If you think you've got what it takes to hang with some of the world's best snowboarders – or if you just want to see them do their thing – head over to Mountain High on Saturday, Jan. 27, for the 10th annual Kawasaki Triple Air event. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • For Women Only at Stowe

    New this year at Stowe Mountain Resort is Women's Wednesdays. Offered every other week in January, February and March, the program is designed for women, taught by women and aims to make the process of learning to ski or ride easier and less stressful for women. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • GO50 Hits Sunday River in January

    If you're over 50, check out the GO50, an organization for skiers and riders over 50 which offers discounts on lift tickets, lodging, instructions and plenty more. For $50 a year you can save a bundle on skiing and riding and all that goes with it. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Smoke, Mirrors And Magic

    While it may seem like smoke, mirrors and magic to some, the southernmost ski area in the Heartland, Snow Creek, is busting along with 60-percent of its terrain open. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Australian Women Soar at Snowbasin

    The Flying Kangaroos of Australia have landed at Snowbasin Resort in Utah. The Australian Women's Aerial Ski Team is very visible in their red team coats and can be seen from quite a distance away when training on the Snowbasin slopes. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Benefit of Mammoth Proportions

    On the evening of Wednesday, Jan. 17, Mammoth Mountain resort, in conjunction with the Tallus Private Residence Club, is conducting Fire and Ice, an inaugural charity event "to build awareness and raise funds for three of Mammoth's philanthropic organizations" (the Mammoth Lakes Foundation, the Valentine Reserve Fund and Mammoth Lakes Trails-Public Access). Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Doin' the Dog at Squaw

    That paean to everything '80s, Hot Dog The Movie, is celebrating its 25th anniversary on Jan. 20 at its genesis, Squaw Valley USA. The film, which was shot entirely at Squaw and is considered the greatest example of its genre, will be feted at an official Hot Dog Party that evening at Squaw's Bar One. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Sutton Does a Snow Dance

    Although it snowed a little every day during the last week of December at Mont Sutton in Quebec's Eastern Townships, those in the know at the area are still advising that the Sutton snow dance may be necessary to bring in the long awaited big snow storm. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Grind for Greenbacks at Alyeska

    Record snowfall has made life a heck of a lot of fun for those who ride in Alaska this season. According to marketing manager Jason Lott, Alyeska Resort was filed to capacity over the winter holiday and this weekend's Snow Jam should keep the party going. Full Article

    9th 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

  • Winter Has Promises To Keep...

    The New York state of mind for downhill riding so far this season is dazed and confused. We've been punched in the head by a winter (so far) that is seeing grass re-green, flowers come up and befuddled snowmakers at our favorite ski areas shedding tears. Full Article

    8th January 2007

  • Massachusetts Ski Areas Rebounding

    It hasn't been the same old song for downhlll riders in Massachusetts this summer. "Hot, Hot, Hot" has replaced "White Christmas" in this twisted bizarre-o world. But it's looking more positive all over the state this week as colder temperatures finally sink in. Full Article

    8th January 2007

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