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.

Displaying 5601 - 5620 of 6089 Articles

279 | 280 | 281 | 282
  • New Jersey Hugs Winter, Forgives

    Finally, winter ambles in, a month late, but polite enough to bring in some cold temps for... snowmaking!! And lots of it. Hidden Valley celebrates on Saturday with lots of snow and a Big Air Competition. Full Article

    22nd January 2007

  • New York To Winter: 'Hello, Beautiful'

    In New York state and the rest of the Northeast and New England, winter finally walked in the door, a day late and a dollar short, but nonetheless here. Lake effect snows throughout the state helped those resourceful mountain crews firing snow guns 24/7. Full Article

    22nd January 2007

  • Mount Seymour Snowshoer Safe and Sound

    An injured snowshoer who fell 100M and spent two nights in the cold, wintry weather was rescued from Vancouver's Mount Seymour today - thanks to a brief break in the continuous snow. Full Article

    20th January 2007

  • Iowa Sees Snow

    Winter chills descended on Iowans this last week and the state's ski areas siezed the oppurtunity to make their own snow. Ma Nature came along and sprinkled three inches or so just to top things off, but we're still a far cry from full-blown winter ski conditions. Full Article

    17th January 2007

  • Going Higher at Santa Fe

    Last year, Santa Fe's new Millenium lift sat idle. Mother Nature's meager contribution of the white stuff just wasn't enough to inaugurate the new lift. This year, however, is a different story. Full Article

    17th January 2007

  • Wyoming's Intimate Ski Hills

    In the past few years, both Antelope Butte and Sleeping Giant have shut down operations, citing low snow conditions and few skiers. But with tenacity, four small ski hills still plug along servicing Wyoming skiers and snowboarders on their intimate hills. Full Article

    17th January 2007

  • Bridger Blues

    With a less than three-foot snow pack, many Bridger Bowl skiers and snowboarders are sticking to packed powder blues. While enough snow has fallen to run all lifts, the resort is still warning skiers and snowboarders about early season conditions in mid-January - especially off piste. Full Article

    17th January 2007

  • New Year Means Snow at Snowshoe

    It's beginning to look a lot like winter at Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia. The Pocahontas County resort saw six inches of snow fall over the past two days and temperatures have dropped into the single digits. Full Article

    17th January 2007

  • Pennsylvania Braces for Snow Blowing Weather

    With temperatures dipping below the freezing point, ski areas across Pennsylvania have planned an all out assault on barren slopes. Several mountains reported flurries towards the end of the day and there was even the possibility of actual snow. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Tordrillo Heli-Skiing Spots Going Fast

    There may never be another year quite like record-breaking 2006/07 for experiencing heli-skiing in Alaska. The Tordrillo Mountain Lodge is 60 miles west of Anchorage and situated between two 11,000-foot volcanoes. Most runs serviced through the area range between 3,000 and 4,000 vertical feet and are littered with layers of fresh. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Big White Local Wins BC Cup Race

    Fourteen-year-old Big White racer Brittney Jones of Kelowna finished first in the 89-person field at the GS MARS BC Cup race last week at Red Mountain. Her combined time was 1 minute 45.15 seconds. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Deep Snow Advisory at Crystal

    With 1300 acres of accessible backcountry to entice riders and record-breaking snowfall, those in charge of safety for Crystal Mountain have had to be on their toes this year. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Seven Days, Seven Deals at Shawnee Peak

    Looking to save some bucks this winter? Head up to Shawnee Peak. The Bridgeton, Maine ski area has some awesome deals for families, couples, friends – you name it. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Stellar Season for Whistler

    Snowfall at Whistler Blackcomb reached record highs this month and the mountain is already close to beating it's annual snowfall average with 877 centimetres or 345 inches of snow falling in Whistler this season. According to available data, is the most the resort has seen by this time in January ever. The previous record was 827 centimetres by January 31 in 1992. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Chestnut Is Fully Open

    It would be hard to keep track of with over 100 ski areas scattered across the Heartland, but Chestnut, located near historic Galena, Illinois, is one of the first resorts to get all of its terrain open for the season. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Winter Walking and Airboarding at Smuggs

    Smugglers Notch in Vermont offers an alternative to skiing for the days when you just want something different or are waiting for the big dump. Winter walking is a moderate wike (Smuggs definition of a combination of walk and hike) through the winter landscape led by a knowledgeable staff member. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Ski/Ride With a Ranger at Loon

    A number of ski areas throughout the US are sited partially or wholly on National Forest Service land. At Loon Mountain, snowsports enthusiasts will have the opportunity to learn about the environment of the White Mountain National Forest and its relationship to the ski resort. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Lodging Deals at Mammoth

    Mammoth Mountain is offering skiers and snowboarders and winter sports enthusiasts of all stripes a chance to save money while they stay and play in the Eastern Sierra this winter. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Yee-Haw In Steamboat

    A bull rider knows very little fear, so slapping on a pair of skis should be nothing compared to saddling up to a raging, massive bucking beast. The bull and bronc cowboys from the National Western Stock Show in Denver made their annual trek to the slopes of Steamboat again for the 33rd Annual Bud Light Cowboy Downhill. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Snow Guns Blazing at Tremblant

    Despite the mild weather, Canada's Mont Tremblant has fired up its arsenal of 912 snow guns and opened up 66 trails for skiing this past weekend. With colder temperatures predicted for the coming week, and perhaps some natural snow as well, snowmaking activity should continue full tilt to give skiers and riders summit to base terrain as well as coverage on the north side Snowpark. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Displaying 5601 - 5620 of 6089 Articles

    279 | 280 | 281 | 282

Advertisement

Powder alert

View all powder alerts

Never miss another Powder Alert! Sign up now!

Advertisement

Get More From OnTheSnow

Get More From OnTheSnow Get snow reports, weather, forecasts, news and ski conditions for your favorite ski resorts.