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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  • 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

  • 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

  • Avalanche Center Fundraisers

    The Sierra Avalanche Center, a Truckee-based non-profit that provides free daily avalanche forecasts for the Tahoe region, is holding fundraisers at Kirkwood and Homewood resorts. 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

  • Winter, Women, Wine and Walleye

    While it may sound more like a bachelor party promo, Giant's Ridge in northern Minnesota has scheduled three Winter, Women, Wine And Walleye outings over the next three months. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Golden Cup at Gunstock

    On January 21st Gunstock will host the New England premiere of the 2007 Diana Golden Cup race series. The Golden Cup, a nationwide program, promotes ski racing for disabled skiers of all ages and abilities. Its goal is to give disabled skiers entry level competition and improve technique and confidence. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Crystal Mountain Makes Tough Cuts

    If you don't think the hit-and-miss winter weather we've been experiencing across most of the Heartland isn't taking its toll, you would be very wrong. Crystal Mountain, located near Traverse City in Michigan's Lower Peninsula, announced late last week that they had laid off 47 part-time employees. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Beginners' Luck at Diamond Peak

    Diamond Peak wants everyone to have the opportunity to learn to ski or snowboard, so the resort has dedicated almost an entire week for it. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Food Drive at Mt. Bachelor

    Last winter, Mt. Bachelor collected more than 25,500 pounds of food for the needy in Central Oregon with its annual Neighbor Impact day, and this year the resort would like to surpass that amount. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Ohio Rebounds

    The winter weather is slowly improving over most of the Heartland, but it's taken its toll. Ski areas in Ohio – Snow Trails, Mad River Mountain and Boston Mills were finally able to open briefly late last week, but all had to close down again over the weekend; again waiting for cold weather with hopefully some snow, but more importantly temperatures cold enough to make snow. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Pipe Full of Fun at Boreal

    The first superpipe of the season in the Tahoe area made its debut last week at Boreal. The 450-foot-long, 18 ½-foot-high pipe, which is groomed twice daily and whose 15-degree walls qualify it as "an Olympic-caliber terrain-park feature," is awaiting skiers and snowboarders on the Race Course Run. 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

  • Sun Valley Hosts Honda Ski Tour

    It was a cold, raucous weekend in Sun Valley for the first stop on the Honda Ski Tour. "We probably had 5000 people here to watch the skier cross on Saturday," says Sun Valley spokesperson Jack Sibbach. "People were loving it." Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Wisp's Winter Wonderland

    After losing a few trails over the weekend due to rain, Wisp Resort is again enjoying some of the best snowfall in the Mid-Atlantic region. The mountain could see up to four inches by the end of the day. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Catalooche Ski Area Thinks Snow

    A hazardous weather outlook has road crews bracing for the worst in North Carolina and Cataloochee Ski Area looking for a reprieve from unseasonably warm temperatures. The thermometer at the Maggie Valley mountain already shows a drop of almost 25 degrees from 53 to 29 over the past 24 hours. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Bryce Mountain Primes Its Guns

    While no natural snow is expected, Bryce Resort is hoping a cold front moving in today will at least drop temperatures enough to re-start their snow guns. The guns have remained dormant since early last week. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Rocky Mountain High - On Powder

    Martin Luther King holiday weekend brought storms across Colorado and Utah followed by frigid temperatures. Southern Colorado was pounded! Wolf Creek had four feet of snow over the holiday weekend alone. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • New York Ski Biz To Feds: Help!

    The snow drought in the Northeast is turning into an economic disaster for many ski areas. Several in Upstate New York are turning to the state Emergency Management Office to help get them federal help. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Up In the Air at Deer Valley

    Deer Valley has had the best of the best bumping the slopes for the Chevrolet Freestyle International World Cup. The snow is so good in Utah that Deer Valley offered to hold an additional World Cup aerial event, due to warm temperatures at Lake Placid, NY. Full Article

    15th January 2007

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