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  • On With the Show

    Ski Dazzle, the nation's largest consumer ski and snowboard show featuring "four football fields of bargains and information you can't get anywhere else," kicks off a four-day run at the South Hall of Los Angeles Convention Center on Nov. 16. Full Article

    5th November 2006

  • Finding Solitude in Utah

    By Shannon Luthy Solitude in Utah plans to open Nov. 17, weather permitting. Along with opening day come some early season deals. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Snowbasin Fires a Blizzard Broadside

    By Shannon Luthy Snowbasin's snow guns are working overtime, getting ready for the season. New snow on the upper peaks has helped the process. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Holidays in Breckenridge

    Beaver Run Resort in Breckenridge is lining up a festive holiday season. For those who stay at Beaver Run's slopeside lodging Nov. 17 through Dec. 21 for two nights, you can get a third night free. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • The West's Ski The Wolf

    Ski resorts are opening earlier than usual. Wolf Creek squeaked in their Oct. 27 opening date, with over six feet of natural snow since mid-September. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Keystone Spins on Friday

    Head to Summit County because Keystone opens Friday! When I-70 shuts down, you know it's going to be good. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Twofers and A Wheel of Deals at Waterville

    Skiers and boarders, check out some great ticket deals at Waterville Valley, N.H. this winter. Ski or ride on any Monday or Friday starting Jan. 5 and take advantage of their two for one tickets. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Mt. Sunapee a Stand-Out In the Ratings

    Last winter's lean snow year in the East provided Mt. Sunapee, N.H., with the chance to really show off their stuff when it came to snowmaking and grooming. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Renewal and Revitalization at Sugarbush

    The most ambitious project in Sugarbush, Vermont's nearly 50 years of operation will be kicked off with the opening of phase one of the Lincoln Peak Village. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Ski More, Pay Less at Owl's Head

    By Joan Wallen Bargain hunters in the Eastern Townships of Quebec are in for a treat at Owl's Head. Their 1772' of vertical can be skied on Tuesdays and Wednesdays this season for just $15 a day. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Tahoe Ski Stop and Swap

    Tahoe City on Nov. 11 is the place to be to score some great deals on winter sports gear and apparel. For the Alpine-resort minded, there's the 42nd annual North Lake Tahoe Ski Swap, which will be held from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the North Tahoe Middle and High Schools (the dollar admission - 50 cents for kids - and other proceeds will benefit those institutions of education). Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Oregon Skiers Share the Wealth

    Skiers and boarders in Oregon, southern Washington and far Northern California can get a pretty sweet deal this season. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Military Ski Madness at Booth Creek

    Northstar-at-Tahoe and Sierra-at-Tahoe, the Booth Creek Resorts-owned lift complexes at either end of the Lake, are offering complimentary lift tickets to U.S. military personnel every Sunday this winter (Dec. 31, Jan. 14 and Feb. 18 are excluded, however). Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • NorCal Snow Show

    The Bay Area Ski and Snowboard Show, a one-stop shopping experience for everything winter-oriented, is dropping in on the San Jose McEnery Convention Center on Nov. 10-12. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Cypress Ready for Paralympics

    By Miguel Strother The Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games says several venues will open well in advance of the Games. One of those venues is Cypress Mountain's freestyle and snowboard site, which VANOC says will be completed by Fall 2007. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Bogus Snowblast

    Idaho's Bogus Basin hosted hundreds of ski hungry locals on Saturday for Snowblast, an early season event held at the base of the mountain. The get together offered up live music, sweet deals on winter gear, and discounted season passes. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Whistler's Liscomp Eyes Arosa

    By Miguel Strother January's World Snowboarding Championships in Arosa, Switzerland kick off a whirlwind year for pro snowboarder Crispin Liscomb. The Championships will be the first in a 10-week run of contests that has the Quebec City native and Whistler local flipping 900s between Switzerland, the U.S., Italy, Japan, Korea, and Canada. Full Article

    1st November 2006

  • Let It Blow at Taos

    Over the weekend, new snows fell at Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico, prompting at least one family to hit the slopes for sledding. The flakes supplement snowmaking guns which fired up on Oct. 20. Full Article

    31st October 2006

  • More White at Lake Louise

    By Becky Lomax A weekend storm ripped through Alberta's Lake Louise adding 5.5 inches to its base. Then, temps plummeted in its aftermath - "a perfect environment for snowmaking," says Matt Mosteller, a Resorts of the Canadian Rockies VP. With Mother Nature assisting resort efforts, lifts are scheduled to turn for the first day on Friday, Nov. 10. Full Article

    31st October 2006

  • Sunburst Lowers the Bar for Tots

    Sunburst Ski Area, already noted for their teaching programs, is lowering the bar – or age limit – to include tots in their newly expanded children's teaching program for this coming season. Full Article

    31st October 2006

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