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.
Spring Events Bloom in Colorado Ski Country - ©Loveland Ski Area

Spring Events Bloom in Colorado Ski Country

Send your season off into the sunset with style with these events happening now through the end of ski season. Full Article

3.23 Snow Before You Go: 3 Storms & Heavy Snow Return to the West - ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

3.23 Snow Before You Go: 3 Storms & Heavy Snow Return to the West

Three storm systems are lined up over the next five days for the West. In the Northeast, cold and dry weather gives way to some snowfall over the weekend.

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MT. BACHELOR EXPANDS SPRING OPERATIONS OFFERING MORE TERRAIN AND LONGER HOURS - ©$199 “Springtacular” Season Pass Now On Sale

MT. BACHELOR EXPANDS SPRING OPERATIONS OFFERING MORE TERRAIN AND LONGER HOURS

Mt. Bachelor will be open daily through Sunday, May 28 with more than 4,300 acres of lift-served terrain accessible through mid-May. Enjoy the most spring terrain and one of the longest seasons in North America!

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  • Snowmass Is Mad for Mardi Gras

    Bring your beads to the slopes February 20 for Fat Tuesday fun. Mountain towns and especially ski bums are big bargainers for beads of purple, green and gold. Snowmass Village hosts one of the oldest Mardi Gras festivals in the Rocky Mountains. Full Article

    13th February 2007

  • Parking It at Bear Mountain

    The Park at Bear Mountain is devoted almost entirely to freestyle terrain, providing more than 150 jumps (including step-ups, step-downs, tables, hips, vaders, spines and rollers), a halfpipe, nearly 80 jibs (featuring rails, boxes and wall rides) and Southern California's only superpipe. Full Article

    13th February 2007

  • Storms Leave Snow In Utah and Colorado

    Powder is pounding Utah and Colorado. Snowbird has received around a foot and a half of snow with more expected this week. "A 16-inch storm like the one that came through Sunday is both important to help continue building a base and provides the fun powder conditions for which Little Cottonwood Canyon is known," said Snowbird President Bob Bonar. Full Article

    13th February 2007

  • Fire On the Mountain? In NJ, It's Snow

    It's Presidents Weekend, Presidents Week and snow and cold to the rescue of the housebound in New Jersey. Some get just Monday off. Some get the whole week off. Plenty will be ridin' the rails, and jamming the hills and finally, we should see smiles on the faces of ski area operators. Full Article

    13th February 2007

  • Playing a Little Hooky at Granite Peak

    It's a day-trip worth playing hooky for if you're snowsports enthusiast; all freeway driving once you leave the big city and no huge crowds midweek. Milwaukee skiers and riders have about a three-hour drive to one of the Heartland's newest and largest ski areas, Granite Peak. Full Article

    13th February 2007

  • Break for the Massachusetts Hills

    Ski and snowboard areas thorughout the state are taking advantage of school breaks, federal and state employees cutting loose for a long weekend and anyone else who wants to play in the snow now that it's finally here for good - for the good of February, at least. Full Article

    13th February 2007

  • Patrollers Benefit at Anthony Lakes

    You can make both your tummy and the Ski Anthony Lakes ski patrol very happy on Feb. 24 by partaking in the annual Seafood and Beef benefit at the eastern Oregon resort. Full Article

    13th February 2007

  • Snow-making at Appalachian

    Appalachian Ski Mountain is up and running at 100 percent and looking forward to a busy President's Day Weekend. While early week temperatures have been mild, weather looks to turn cold and the snow guns will be back in action for the weekend. Full Article

    13th February 2007

  • Bring on the Snow

    Snow has already been falling in parts of Pennsylvania and ski areas are bracing for what could be the biggest dump so far this season. While low-lying areas could see a mix of sleet and freezing rain, predictions for higher elevations range from a modest five inches to a heady buy-out-the-local-supermarket 24 inches. Full Article

    13th February 2007

  • Aspen's Puckett Flies High

    It was a wild wipeout for Aspen's Casey Puckett at this weekend's King of the Mountain Skiing & Snowboarding World Professional Championships at Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico. Puckett had this spectacular crash in the semi-finals of the competition. Steamboat's Brett Buckles took second for the women, surrounded by an international field. Full Article

    13th February 2007

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