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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  • Snow Makes Jersey Born To Run

    With on again, off again temperatures mostly off again, New Jersey riders were smiling at the colder temperatures and re-appearance of snow this week. Yep, so resorts including Hidden Valley got the magical mountain crews back behind the snow guns. HV eyes Friday for a re-opening and better times for the Ski Wee Carnival planned for Sunday. Full Article

    15th January 2007

  • All Aboard Marmot's Snow Train

    What a more nostalgic way to travel to a ski hill than by train! For the rest of this winter, you can hop aboard the new express weekend train to zip from Edmonton to Jasper's slopes. Full Article

    15th January 2007

  • Mail Call! Snow News From Home...

    This email was sent to Jim Quimby, head of Mountain Operations at Saddleback, Maine. The picture is a buddy of his. Since the message the bunker of the sender was hit. Sgt. James, the soldier in the picture, was not hurt - but men in his unit were. Full Article

    15th January 2007

  • Red Hot $62 Lift Tix for Deer Valley

    Having a hard time busting open the piggy bank for $79 lift tickets to Deer Valley? Drop into REI, Utah Ski and Golf, Canyon Sports or Ski n' See in downtown Salt Lake City for $62 ticket vouchers through the end of January. Full Article

    15th January 2007

  • A Festive Week at New York's Belleayre

    Belleayre Mountain gets its giddy on with its patented Winter Festival Week, which launches Saturday and doesn't stop, uh, for a week. Smack in the middle of it are weekdays filled with $10 lift tickets. Full Article

    15th January 2007

  • Connecticut Snowmakers Gunning It

    Connecticut mountains and Connecticut riders are hoping a winter blast hunkers down long enough for continuous days of snowmaking and the end of a so-far heartbreaking season. Full Article

    15th January 2007

  • Mass. Attack of the Snowmakers

    Across Massachusetts, snowmakers on ski hills launched an all-out assault on the slopes in order to salvage a warm-soaked winter so far. A cold snap seems to have settled in and at the higher els, the snowmaking machinery was roaring. Full Article

    15th January 2007

  • Snow Kidding In New York

    Most of New York's mountains squeaked by on the long Martin Luther King Jr. weekend as the psychosis of the 2006/07 ski season wore on. Ice storms here, some snow there, freezing rain here, rain there, and brave grounds crews warily watching temps to turn on snowguns. Still, we forge ahead. Full Article

    15th January 2007

  • Not So Heavenly, But Still a Buzz

    It's Sunday morning on a bluebird day in January. It's usually a work day, but friends are in town and want to take a few turns. It doesn't take much to pull me from my computer, call my massage colleague to say I won't be available until after 1 p.m. Work can wait, the mountain is calling. Full Article

    14th January 2007

  • Wisp Ready for WinterBlast Weekend

    Gearing up for their WinterBlast Weekend Jan. 13 through 15, Wisp has been blasting their snow guns, making 13 inches of snow over the past 48 hours. Coupled with 16 inches of natural snow this season, the event looks to move ahead despite cancellations at other resorts. Full Article

    12th January 2007

  • Substantial Snowfall Hits Canaan Valley

    Northwestern West Virginia saw its first significant snowfall of the year earlier this week leaving Canaan Valley covered in an 8 inch thick white blanket. While crews off-mountain worked to clear roads, the Tucker County resort saw its largest crowds of the season. Full Article

    12th January 2007

  • Bear Creek Re-opens for Holiday Weekend

    After opening for four days in mid-December, Macungie's Bear Creek reopens today at 4 p.m. with five trails of beginner and intermediate terrain. In the past, the MLK holiday has proved a popular time for the resort and Bear Creek hopes to keep the snow through the weekend. Full Article

    12th January 2007

  • Ski the Extremes at Crested Butte

    They're rippin' down the steep stuff at Crested Butte, as the resort has opened the North Face. That's thanks to more than four feet of snow since the opening of the season. Full Article

    11th January 2007

  • Stevens Pass is Deep

    Diehard riders couldn't ask for more from Steven's Pass this season. The popular Mill Valley area of the resort has been open almost the entire season because of huge snowfalls that continue to pound the region. In the last week alone the area has recieved more than 170cm of snow. Full Article

    11th January 2007

  • A Good Time for a Good Cause

    The annual Winter Wine & Ski Expo, a popular fund-raiser for the Jimmie Heuga Center, takes place Thursday, Jan. 18, at the Atlantis Casino Resort in Reno. Full Article

    10th January 2007

  • Winter Weather Window in Iowa

    Feel it? A Winter weather window opened up across the snow deprived Midwest and East overnight, giving Iowa ski areas hope and sending them racing to their snow guns. Full Article

    10th January 2007

  • Sugar's Winter Trails Day Back On

    The 12th annual National Winter Trails Day will be hosted by Sugar Mountain Resort on Saturday, January 20. The event had been postponed due to the slow arrival of winter. Full Article

    10th January 2007

  • Blue Knob Back On Track Friday

    Blue Knob All Seasons Resort will reopen for skiing and boarding Friday after a difficult past couple of weeks. The area has been struggling to keep an early cover in the face of rising temperatures, but reports favorable weather into the weekend will make it possible for them to resume operatiors. Full Article

    10th January 2007

  • Mt. Washington at Half Price

    The Kokanee Winter Festival runs until January 12 on Vancouver Island's Mount Washigton and to celebrate they're offering half-price lift tickets to those who come to ride the white smoke. Full Article

    9th January 2007

  • Picabo at Park City

    Superstars and celebrities will be on hand at Park City on January 21, for the 3rd Annual Picabo's Ski Challenge. It's an amateur ski race and après ski party used to raise awareness and support for victims of child abuse. Full Article

    9th January 2007

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