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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.
Snowiest Resort of the Week: 4.15-4.21 - ©Revelstoke

Snowiest Resort of the Week: 4.15-4.21

In this edition of “Snowiest Resort of the Week” we highlight BC and the West, where heavy spring snow created memorable late-season conditions for a few of the resorts that are still open. Full Article

Dirty 30: Bike Park Opening Dates

Dirty 30: Bike Park Opening Dates

30 of the best ski resort bike parks across North America and when they plan to get down and dirty.

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Holiday Valley Mudslide Obstacle Trail Run - ©Holiday Valley Resort

Holiday Valley Mudslide Obstacle Trail Run

The sixth annual Holiday Valley Mudslide is a mudrun that's FUN. Yes, you'll get muddy, yes there is running, yes there are 11 obstacles but NO fire, NO barbed wire and NO electric shocks!

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  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Avalanche Kills Skier

    On a day avalanche forecasters labeled as moderate - with areas of unstable snow and human-triggered avalanches possible - a skier was killed by an avalanche in the Teton backcountry. Full Article

    8th January 2007

  • Connecticut Hills Welcome Cold Return

    This (so-far) warmer-than-usual unusually warm winter has been experienced in the past. Your parents, grandparents or great-grandparents remember Depression-era winters where there was no snow. Ah, but that's in the past, as is this (so far) warner-than-usual winter. Full Article

    7th January 2007

  • New Jersey Needs Deal With the Devil

    Hedgerows are spotting leaves, dandelions are looking dandy and skiers and 'boarders are looking glum. Spring? No, mid-January 2007. It is our winter of our discontent, brutally warm and searingly lacking in snow or low temperatures to make it. Full Article

    7th January 2007

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