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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  • 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

  • Five for Fifty at Crystal

    As part of Crystal Mountain's yearlong 50th Anniversary celebration they are offering five lift tickets for $50 this Friday, January 26 and a special lodging package for Thursday night. 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

  • 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

  • Mad River Glen – Skiing Minus Snowmaking

    What does it take for a ski area with little or no snowmaking to survive in a winter like we've had so far in the East? Patience, loyalty and cooperation go a long way toward survival according to Eric Friedman, spokesman for Mad River Glen. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • An Affair at Sunday River

    Sunday River is asking skiers to have an affair – with them! Anyone with a season pass at any other ski area who is looking for something new, a change of pace, more excitement or just different scenery can come to Sunday River any midweek day from now until February 16th and receive a day ticket for $39. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Winter Alive and Well in the Heartland

    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

    23rd January 2007

  • Granite Peak Annual Family Festival

    The Granite Peak annual Family Festival, held the weekend of February 2-4, brings great lodging deals, free ski rental for the entire family, free child lift ticket with each paid adult ticket, fireworks, horse drawn sleigh rides, live entertainment in the Bear's Den, and, of course when you're in Wisconsin, a brat fry. 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

  • 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

  • Free Time at Alta

    Alta offers some free time on the slopes every day, on the Sunnyside lift. It's called Ski Free After 3, which means you can take some turns off the Sunnyside lift from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. That's where you'll find the long, gentle slopes of Albion Basin, which is perfect for beginners and kids learning to ski. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • World's Best at Beaver Creek

    The best boarders were busting down Beaver Creek last weekend, for the Jeep King of the Mountain Skiing and Snowboarding World Professional Championships. Americans Lindsey Jacobellis and Seth Wescott took first place for the second year in a row. The U.S. men swept the podium at Beaver Creek. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • New Snow "Ices the Cake" at Wintergreen

    Three inches of snow fell at Wintergreen Resort on Sunday, complimenting the output of the mountain's sophisticated snow making system. While the guns have been blowing non-stop since early last week the natural snow was, "icing on the cake," according to mountain rep Sarah Lovejoy. 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

  • Lake Placid's Whiteface Lodge Sold

    A Connecticut developer has purchased Lake Placid's highly lauded The Whiteface Lodge Resort & Spa, the luxury resort that opened in 2005. Stamford, Conn., developer T-Rex Capital , which develops residential, commercial and government properties throughout the United States, announced Tuesday it purchased The Whiteface Lodge in Lake Placid for an undisclosed price. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Jack Frost Set to Go All-In

    Jack Frost looks to join her sister mountain, Big Boulder, in opening 100 percent of skiable terrain this weekend. With temperatures ideal for snow-making, both Blakeslee, Penn., resorts are extremely enticing to Keystone Staters tired of barren slopes and no-skiing signs. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Ski Stoneham Unveils Homegrown Stunt

    On January 7th Ski Stoneham celebrated the grand opening of their Telus Snow Park. As part of the festivities the winner of the Design Your Stunt contest was announced. Full Article

    22nd January 2007

  • Mt. Snow Checks Out Your Backyard

    In this winter of little snowfall in New England some skiers have fallen victim to the "no snow in my backyard" syndrome. Well, Mt. Snow wants to see what is in your backyard – then compare it to what's in their backyard, i.e. on the slopes. Full Article

    22nd January 2007

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