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.

Displaying 5541 - 5560 of 6074 Articles

276 | 277 | 278 | 279
  • Seven Springs, Eight Inches

    Winter weather has hit Seven Springs Mountain Resort hard the past few days, but nobody seems to be complaining. The Champion, Pa. resort is running at 100 percent as of Thursday thanks to eight inches of fresh snowfall and 14 inches of man-made snow. Full Article

    26th January 2007

  • Lots of Style at Wolf Ridge

    Wolf Ridge has been blowing snow all week and looks to have the entire mountain connected for your skiing and boarding pleasure this weekend. With colder temps and some natural snow on the way, the mountain is geared up for winter. Full Article

    26th January 2007

  • Missouri Skiers Back In Action

    A tough December evolved into a forgiving - and then freezing - January for Missouri skiers and riders. Snow Creek ski area in Weston turned on the guns and lay down a substantial base after skiing on mud for several weeks. Full Article

    25th January 2007

  • No-Snow Not a 'Disaster' In New York

    New York state's Emergency Management Office said this week it wouldn't lobby the U.S. Small Business Administration for low-interest loans for ski areas and other snow-related businesses. Full Article

    25th January 2007

  • New Snow in Ontario

    More snow fell on Ontario today though local forecasters predict a brief warming spate followed by chilling temperatures and then more snow. Full Article

    24th January 2007

  • Winter Arrives in Ohio

    It has been a long struggle this season, but finally all ski areas throughout the Heartland are fully open. It's the latest that old timers associated with the Midwest snowsports industry can remember for all areas finally getting fully open. Full Article

    24th January 2007

  • Winter Alive and Well In Iowa

    It has been a long struggle this season, but finally all ski areas throughout the Heartland are fully open. It's the latest that old timers associated with the Midwest snowsports industry can remember for all areas finally getting fully open. Full Article

    24th January 2007

  • Wisp Gears up for Freestyle Festival

    The Oakley Freestyle Festival is coming to Wisp Jan. 27 and 28 with a ton of events for skiers and riders. Novices to the terrain park can participate in clinics instructed by pros teaching the art of the rail slide and other freestyle tricks. Full Article

    24th January 2007

  • Tamarack's Super Pipe Smokes

    Idaho's Tamarack resort recently opened the state's first SuperPipe. Dubbed the Hells Canyon pipe, the newly carved kicker is 450-feet long and has 18-foot high walls. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Speeding in Blind White at Cypress

    When the fog rolled in after 50+ centimetres of snow at Cypress last week I headed for the trees where there were tons of fresh lines still to be had late into the afternoon. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • The Double Black is (Almost) Back

    Expert skiers should start making tentative plans to sample North Carolina's only double black diamond run this weekend. Thanks to an aggressive snow-making assault and a spate of cold weather, Sugar Mountain Resort hopes to have Whoopdeedoo open soon. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Mt Baker On a Roll

    The fresh snow made for a great Legendary Banked Slalom local's qualifier at Mt Baker last weekend. The annual event is a Pacific Northwest original that attracts pros and locals of all ages to fight for the coveted LBS trophy: a roll of duct tape. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Winterplace Open From the Top

    While Winterplace Ski Resort has not found itself with an overabundance of natural snow, colder temps and an extensive snow-making set-up have allowed the mountain to open from the top. Skiers and boarders can take the #3 Triple Chairlift to the top for runs down Compromise. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Racers Ready for Regionals at Alyeska

    Alaska plays host to the Western Region FIS U.S. Nationals Qualifying in two Downhill and Super Giant Slalom races this week. Competitors are vying for spots in the U.S. National Alpine Skiing Championships to be held at Alyeska later this year. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • NH Optimistic About Rest of its Season

    Although the weather so far this season has ski area operators jittery, predictions for the future are optimistic in New Hampshire. Thus far, most of the state's areas have trail counts in the 50 percent to 65 percent range. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Learn to Ski at SolVista

    It's Learn-To-Ski Month in Colorado. SolVista Basin outside Winter Park offers a screaming deal for first time skiers and snowboarders, kids and adults. For $99, you get two days of lift tickets, lessons and rentals. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Denver's Latest Terrain Park is Free

    It has been a world of white in Denver this winter, as the Front Range city has been unseasonably pounded with snow. Denver is taking advantage of plenty of powder by building a terrain park, with the help of Denver-owned Winter Park Resort. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Chestnut Mountain a Rider's Dream

    Chestnut is one of the top resorts in the Great Lakes region for snowboarders. The Far Side, with its own triple chair, is a seven-acre terrain park. They also have a wonderful rail garden built on top of the ski hill next to the lodge, and terrain features are placed on other slopes and trails to keep it interesting. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Giant's Ridge Terrain Park Keeps Improving

    The Giant's Ridge terrain park has added new features this season for beginner to intermediate abilities. The new terrain features, located on the mid-section of the Placid run, will accommodate new riders, but it's a good bet that more experienced riders will be checking them out as well. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Ice Show In Breckenridge

    You can catch artists in action in downtown Breckenridge right now. The frigid cold is the perfect way to compete for ice sculpting teams who are traveling to Colorado from around the world. They'll carve and chisel, shape and sculpt for the International Snow Sculpture Championships, now through January 28. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Displaying 5541 - 5560 of 6074 Articles

    276 | 277 | 278 | 279

Advertisement

Powder alert

View all powder alerts

Never miss another Powder Alert! Sign up now!

Advertisement

Get More From OnTheSnow

Get More From OnTheSnow Get snow reports, weather, forecasts, news and ski conditions for your favorite ski resorts.