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.
Snowiest Resort of the Week: 4.15-4.21 - ©Revelstoke

Snowiest Resort of the Week: 4.15-4.21

In this edition of “Snowiest Resort of the Week” we highlight BC and the West, where heavy spring snow created memorable late-season conditions for a few of the resorts that are still open. Full Article

Dirty 30: Bike Park Opening Dates

Dirty 30: Bike Park Opening Dates

30 of the best ski resort bike parks across North America and when they plan to get down and dirty.

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Holiday Valley Mudslide Obstacle Trail Run - ©Holiday Valley Resort

Holiday Valley Mudslide Obstacle Trail Run

The sixth annual Holiday Valley Mudslide is a mudrun that's FUN. Yes, you'll get muddy, yes there is running, yes there are 11 obstacles but NO fire, NO barbed wire and NO electric shocks!

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  • Old School 'Burning Man' Still Wows 'Em

    When it comes to original Squaw Valleyicious Hall of Fame-like ski stunts I include Greg Beck's epic huck off Beck's Rock for the film "Day Dreams." I have to include Scot Schmidt straight lining Schmidiots, Rick Sylvester braving Tower One's Sylvester's Slot, Tom Wayes dropping that insane 100-footer in the Tram Bowl Chutes, Shane McConkey's backflip base jump off Lover's Leap and Morgan Lafonte's supersweet acrobatics in Granite Chief during the All-Mountain Extremes. Full Article

    9th February 2007

  • Quebec Areas Say: 'Put a Lid On It'

    If you are in Quebec in a terrain park you better be wearing a helmet. As of February 1st helmets are mandatory in all snowparks in the province for all riders doing jumps or rails. Full Article

    8th February 2007

  • Hidden Valley, Snow Creek Slip Into Winter

    No new snowfall for either area this week, though temperatures are perfect for snowmaking. Most of the action in Missouri appears centered around the parks as boarders are out looking for action. Full Article

    7th February 2007

  • Perfect North Slopes See White

    Folks who ski and board around Lawrenceburg, Ind., are happy today after more than five inches of fresh powder landed on Perfect North Slopes overnight. The area, which has been taking advantage of cold temperatures to help make snow, immeidatley declared a snow day. Full Article

    7th February 2007

  • Illinois Says "Hey" To Winter

    Galena, Ill., got a little colder recently but no one seems to mind - at least as long as they can still get out to ski or board. Five inches fell on Chestnut Mountain overnight and more snow is expected. With a solid 48-72" base and snow falling, the area hasn't found the need to make more snow recently. Full Article

    7th February 2007

  • Minnesota Shivers, But Still Skiing

    Minnesotans are a hardy bunch and not much bothers them but most seem to be waiting for a solid snowfall before heading back out onto the slopes. Afton Alps saw a few inches drift down Tuesday but hardly thought it worth counting. Full Article

    7th February 2007

  • Wisp Showered with Winter Love

    New snow seems to be an on-going trend at Wisp Resort in Maryland and one that the mountain is not afraid to embrace unabashedly. Judging by their daily snow reports it looks as if Old Man Winter has parked himself firmly above the Garrett County resort. Full Article

    7th February 2007

  • Aspen Art On the Mountain

    A unique Aspen art exhibit had everyone hiking high up the mountain for a first-hand peek. The Red Bull Illume Image Quest featured international action and adventure sports photography. Fifty photos from 45 photographers were illuminated on massive black boxes, high up on the edge of Little Nell Run on Aspen Mountain, just above the gondola base. Full Article

    7th February 2007

  • Bryce a Cut Above

    Bryce Resort saw three and a half inches of powder fall last night padding the mountain's already above average base. With a 57 inch base and clear and cold conditions persisting indefinitely, Bryce is sitting pretty with 100 percent of their terrain open. Full Article

    7th February 2007

  • Snowshoe Cupp Challenge a Runaway Success

    Despite extreme conditions and an elongated course, Monday's Cupp Run Challenge at Snowshoe Mountain was a resounding success. In its 33rd year of running, the Cupp Challenge attracts a loyal following of local vets and wily outsiders to the West Virginia resort to compete in the giant slalom type event. Full Article

    7th February 2007

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