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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  • Bromont Unveils New Lift and Trails

    Ski Bromont in Quebec's Eastern Townships unveiled their new Dopplemayr lift last weekend. The fixed grip quad chair is the fifth new chairlift to be installed at Bromont in the last five years. Full Article

    30th January 2007

  • Sugarloaf Hosts Sponge Bob and Dora

    Nickelodeon and Sugarloaf have teamed up this season to get kids excited about skiing and present special Family Festival weeks. Full Article

    30th January 2007

  • Operation Open Massanutten: Complete

    It has been a long time coming, but Massanutten Resort will be completely open for the first time all season tomorrow. After nine days of cold weather and continuous snow-blowing, the Mcgaheysville, Va., area has gone from zero skiable terrain to a full roster of greens, blues and blacks. Full Article

    30th January 2007

  • Wisp Close to 100 Percent

    After continuous snowfall, Wisp Resort is almost at 100 percent with 30 out of 32 trails open for skiing and riding. The openings include all of the mountain's blue and black terrain. Full Article

    30th January 2007

  • On Ice In Breckenridge

    Old Man Winter is in Breckenridge. That's the winning sculpture in this year's Budweiser Select International Snow Sculpture Championship, a creation of Team Oregon. The sculpture is of an older man reflecting on his life with a satisfied grin. Thousands of spectators watched as 14 teams from six countries participated in the event, now in its 17th year. Full Article

    30th January 2007

  • Free-Heel Fest at Bear Valley

    Everything telemarking is descending on Bear Valley for its annual Telemark Festival. The annual Bear Valley Telemark Festival has evolved into one of the most popular gatherings of its kind in the Sierra, with some 300 free-heelers expected to attend the Feb. 9-11 event. Full Article

    29th January 2007

  • Uniform Discounts at Big Bear Resorts

    People in uniform - police, firefighters and the military - can score discounted lift tickets at Big Bear Resorts. Just flash your badge or ID at any ticket window at Big Bear Mountain Resort or Snow Summit and save money. Full Article

    29th January 2007

  • Bighorns Versus Jackson's Tram

    With Jackson Hole's new proposed tram nearly doubling uphill capacity, state and federal agencies voiced concerns due to dwindling bighorn sheep populations. But last week, Bridger-Teton National Forest officials approved the new plans. Full Article

    29th January 2007

  • Cheers for the Bowl

    After an interminable wait, Flagstaff skiers and riders finally jumped on their boards. With last week's storms giving Arizona Snowbowl just enough snow to open, the staff cranked up the lifts on Thursday to whoops of delight. Full Article

    29th January 2007

  • Canada Olympic Park Tests Pipe

    In preparation for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games, Calgary's Canada Olympic Park reaped the benefits this season in upgrading its facilities. For Games-caliber competitors, the site functions as a training ground; for the general public, skiers and riders get a high quality venue. Full Article

    29th January 2007

  • Mt. Bachelor Is Chairman of the Boards

    Two top-flight snowboard competitions - the U.S. Grand Prix and the junior-circuit Revolution Tour - will be contested on successive weekends at Mt. Bachelor. Full Article

    29th January 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

  • Going to Extremes at Squaw Valley

    Catch some of the world's best big-mountain skiers careen down chutes, bounce off ledges and catch big air on Feb. 14-17 at the Squaw Valley Freeskiing Open, the second stop of the Subaru U.S. Freeskiing Series. Full Article

    29th January 2007

  • Backslide to 1982 at Mt. Rose

    The folks at Mt. Rose are warming up the way-back machine to hurl the Nevada resort back to the days of big-hair bands, leg warmers and Reaganomics. Yes, it's time for the annual Slide Back '80s Retro Ski Party on Feb. 10. Full Article

    29th January 2007

  • Snow Sticks to the 'Line

    Timberline Four Seasons Resort has enjoyed a heavy dumping of natural snow the past few days and continues to blow as much man-made snow as possible. Temperatures have remained cold since just after MLK weekend allowing the mountain to open new trails as fast as Old Man Winter can paint them white. Full Article

    26th January 2007

  • 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

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