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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  • Big Sky Picks Up Where Spring Left Off

    "It's like the day you bought books for classes in collegethere were lines, but there was also excitement," summed up Big Sky's Dax Schieffer about the resort's opening day. Full Article

    4th December 2006

  • Lookout Pass 100 Percent

    As the first ski hill in Montana to be 100 percent open, Lookout Pass ran all three of its lifts last weekend. Following in its wake, a pack of smaller Montana ski hills are opening as snows permit. Full Article

    4th December 2006

  • First Lift on Big Mountain

    Local David Steele slept in Big Mountain's parking lot the night before opening day, just so he and his three friends could line up at six a.m. to ride the first chair of the year. Three and a half hours later, the foursome whooped it up as their chair took off. Full Article

    4th December 2006

  • Chestnut Runs Rookie's Ridge, Acorn

    Frigid temps have given the snowmakers at Chestnut Mountain Resort ample opportunity to blow snow since their opening Dec. 2. Full Article

    4th December 2006

  • Paoli Peaks Makes Snow

    Nighttime temperatures are creeping lower and lower and Paoli Peaks is taking advantage of the chill night air to start making with the white stuff. The Indiana ski area is shooting for a mid-December opening day but nobody is saying exactly when they'll start to spin. Full Article

    4th December 2006

  • Snow Expo at Afton Alps

    Afton Alps puts out the welcome mat for Old Man Winter and makes it easy for local skiers to tune up their legs and gear for 2006/07 with its Snow Expo, Dec. 9 and 10. Full Article

    4th December 2006

  • Granite Peak Turns Dec. 2

    Granite Peak has been blasted by cold air with the arrival of this latest Midwest storm and, turning lemons into lemonade, they have decided to open as a result. Full Article

    1st December 2006

  • Arizona Skiers Wait for Mid-December

    It's tempting, especially when snow is falling around you, but Arizona skiers must wait until mid-December. Recent storms have dropped significant snowfall across Arizona with Snowbowl getting five inches in the last few days - and there seems to be more on the way. Full Article

    1st December 2006

  • Snow Creek's Tornado Alley Sucks In Tubers

    At Snow Creek, people are running to get into Tornado Alley, not away from it. Snow Creek, Missouri, is finalizing last minute touches on its "Tornado Alley," Tubing park for the upcoming 2006/07 winter season. Full Article

    1st December 2006

  • Mad River Lights its Guns

    Mad River ski area, out there in Zanesfield, Ohio, is keeping a finger in the wind as winter approaches. The area was hoping to start spinning today, and may still as temperatures drop, but the mountain staff says they want to make sure everything is ready to go for 2006/07 before lighting the fires. Full Article

    1st December 2006

  • Chestnut Roars Dec. 2

    Chestnut Mountain Resort ready to rock Dec. 2. The Midwest is poised and ready for the 2006/07 ski season. Chestnut Mountain Resort, perched on a bluff just outside of General Grant's old hometown of Galena, Ill., has been firing up a new and improved snowmaking system in order to lay the foundation for a Dec. 2 opening. Full Article

    30th November 2006

  • Whistler Serves it up Fresh

    Mother Whistler gave up the goods Saturday offering fresh pow on a platter for the throngs of American visitors who made the right plans for the Thanksgiving holiday. Full Article

    29th November 2006

  • Mt Seymour Smarts

    Often thought of as the last of the local mountains, Vancouver's Mt Seymour uses its head to keep people happy. Full Article

    28th November 2006

  • Going Deep at Mt Baker

    It's deep enough to be dangerous at Mt Baker. The Washington wonderland was whipped by the snow gods last weekend and as mentioned monster truck style in aprevious column the mountain may now literally swallow you whole. Full Article

    28th November 2006

  • Canadian Wins Lake Louise Gold

    This weekend, a 22-year-old Calgarian broke a string of dry years for Canada's ski team. Full Article

    28th November 2006

  • Ober Gatlinburg Says December 1

    Warm temperatures in the Southern climes have made it difficult for skiers and riders in the lower half of the nation to even think about skiing. Full Article

    28th November 2006

  • Red-y to Go

    Red Mountain Resort is opening this Friday with its most early season snow in a decade. Full Article

    28th November 2006

  • Nubs Nob Adds More Gladed Terrain

    Nubs Nob was not only thrilled to learn that its terrain park was rated as the best in North America, according to a recent survey; it was ranked fourth best for ski area grooming. Full Article

    28th November 2006

  • Camelback Shoots for December

    Camelback Ski Area in Tannersville, Pa., plans to open for the season in early December. Full Article

    28th November 2006

  • Wisp Plans to Go Big

    Wisp has a motto for their upcoming Big Air competition: "Go Big or Go Home!" Local skiers and riders will turn out Dec. 16 for the Maryland area's first terrain park competition of the year. Full Article

    28th November 2006

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