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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  • Snowbird's Tunnel of Love

    Snowbird skiers and riders are celebrating North America's first conveyor lift tunnel. It's nearly 600-feet and it connects Peruvian Gulch into Mineral Basin. You'll find it at Snowbird, at the top of the new Peruvian Express high-speed quad. The tunnel is 12 feet high, 10 feet wide and a four-minute ride. Full Article

    19th December 2006

  • Steamboat To Be Sold

    Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation has agreed to be sold for $265 million to Intrawest ULC. The deal is expected to close in March of 2007. Steamboat has been owned by American Skiing Company for the past ten years. Full Article

    19th December 2006

  • Go For a Free Ride at Windham

    Those expecting lots o' cool cash for Christmas can try some rides before they buy at the after Christmas sales. Burton reps ride into Windham Mountain Saturday and Sunday and they're loaded for bear with tons of the new Burton snowboard lineup. Full Article

    17th December 2006

  • Jackson Hole Powdered, Opens Upper Mountain

    What would you do with 30 inches of fresh powder dropping all over your mountain for a week? You'd open more terrain, just like Jackson Hole is doing this weekend. Full Article

    15th December 2006

  • Snow Valley Adds Trail, Open for Season

    Skiers in southern Ontario can hit the slopes this weekend at Snow Valley in Barrie. They are open with three lifts and four trails and night skiing begins Dec. 15. This season sees the opening of a new trail from the summit of the Quad chair. Full Article

    15th December 2006

  • Blustery Mt. Baker Emerges in White

    Winds have died down at Mt Baker after a blustery week. The mountain is conducting normal midweek operations out of the White Salmon Base Area after a powerful early winter storm ripped through the area, closing several Washington resorts for a time but leaving behind some of the best snow conditions locals have seen in a long time. Full Article

    15th December 2006

  • Winds Whip Whistler

    It's business at usual at Whistler Mountain after nearly 60cm of snow and winds as high as 150km raced through British Columbia last night. Full Article

    15th December 2006

  • Mountain Creek Gets Rollin' Spring-Like

    Thermometer in the 60s? S'no problem. New Jersey's Mountain Creek isn't going to let a little thing like Mother Nature stand in the way. The resort is popping open this weekend for the first time this season, in T-shirt weather ripe for some near-nekkid riding. Full Article

    14th December 2006

  • Mt Washington Keeps the Snowball Rolling

    The fresh is still falling fast a furious on Vancouver Island. "Things have been unbelievable up here," explains resort spokesperson Brent Curtain. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • They're Giving it Away at Grouse

    With one of the best November openings on record, rather than rake in the cash, Grouse Mountain decided to give everybody a free day of free skiing and riding last week. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Lighting Up Alyeska in 2007

    According to Men's Journal Magazine Alyeska Resort is one of the six best places to spend New Years Eve 2007. We've always found New Years a bit of a bust but think about it. It's not New York City, but Alyeska got more than 100cm of snow in two days last week. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Whistler's "Flute" Gets a Lift

    Whistler Blackcomb celebrates the grand opening of its new $9.5 million chairlift - the Symphony Express - on Dec. 16th, but not everybody is happy about it. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Boyne's Six-for-One

    Boyne Mountain celebrates the installation of America's first six-place chairlift – installed at the Mountain in 1992 – by offering six lift tickets for the price of one Friday, Dec. 15. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Jack Frost/Big Boulder Good to Go

    No new snow to report but the Pocono sister mountains are keeping guests busy so far this winter, spinning several lifts between them and waiting for a snowfall. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Canaan Valley Keeps Spinning

    Canaan Valley, W. Va., opened earlier this week and are hanging in there despite a spate of warm temperatures and rain. The area is currently open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and they're making snow when temperatures allow. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Sustainable Sun Peaks

    Sun Peaks is a resort considering development carefully. Although happy to position itself in the marketplace as a quiet family spot, this little gem is more like a priceless heirloom. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Michigan McDonald's Promote Ski And Ride

    For the 15th year in a row Michigan's McDonald Restaurants are teaming with the Michigan Snowsports Industries Association to encourage snowsports and outdoor winter activities. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Wintergreen Waits for White

    Natural snowy-white flake has dissipated but skiers and riders at Wintergreen, Va., are still turning out in hopeful numbers. The area is urging local plankers to come out mid-week as it is a good time to avoid the usual crowds. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Ski Beech Sunny, For Now

    Ski Beech, in Beech Mountain, N.C., is poised and ready to open more terrain and lifts should an approaching weather system bring more snow with it. The area currently has five of 15 runs opens with 15-inches to 32-inches underfoot. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Angel Fire Beats Out Last Year

    "It looks great out there," said Angel Fire's Cody Fisher. "We're already better than last year." After last winter's snows failed to deliver until spring, many New Mexico resorts had skimpy ski seasons. But not so this year. Full Article

    12th December 2006

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