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.
17/18 Ski Season Long-Range Weather Forecast - ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

17/18 Ski Season Long-Range Weather Forecast

Which ski resorts will get the most snow this winter? Snow Before You Go Meteorologist, Chris Tomer presents the long-range forecast for the 17/18 ski season. Full Article

Best Resorts for Early-Season Skiing in Europe - ©Tignes Tourism

Best Resorts for Early-Season Skiing in Europe

Fall signals the start of snowmaking in North America and a handful of Europe’s leading ski areas open their gates for early season skiing.

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News Roundup: United Adds Flights to Ski Country, TripHero Makes Transporting Ski Gear a Breeze

News Roundup: United Adds Flights to Ski Country, TripHero Makes Transporting Ski Gear a Breeze

United Airlines plans to increase its ski town presence this winter by adding flights into some of the biggest ski destinations in the country.

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  • The Yard Opens at Sugarloaf

    After running a Name the Park contest from October through December for its newest terrain park, Sugarloaf USA announced the winning name and opened its new terrain park on February 3rd. Josh Tauses of Kingfield, Maine received a season pass, the inaugural run through the park and ultimate bragging rights as author of the winning name – The Yard. Full Article

    6th February 2007

  • Night Lights at Bolton

    If you can't get away during the day, check out skiing at Bolton Valley on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. The Vermont area stays open til 9 pm so there's plenty of time to get in some runs after work. And skiers and riders of all ages can compete in the Wednesday Night Rider Series. Full Article

    6th February 2007

  • Fighting Cancer at Mt. Hood Meadows

    The Oregon Cancer Ski Out, which for the past two decades has raised funds for the likes of the Oregon Health and Science University's Cancer Institute, the Willamette Falls Hospice and other cancer awareness and advocacy groups, will be conducted for the 19th time at Mt. Hood Meadows on March 3-4. Full Article

    6th February 2007

  • Targhee Takes Aim at Global Warming

    With the United Nations releasing a dire report on global warming - the consensus of scientists representing over 100 countries - Grand Targhee is not waiting for any federal regulation to do their part to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Full Article

    6th February 2007

  • Connecticut Connects With Good Ridin'

    Skiers and boarders are happily connecting with the terrain in Connecticut with the cold temparatures chillin' for a bit. That's securing February as the best month so far of the 2006/07 season. Definitely not chillin' are those magical snowmakers on the hills of our favorite resorts, as they keep the snow-making machinery doing what it was made to do. Full Article

    6th February 2007

  • Blue Mountain Has Tuesday Night Fever

    Now that cold weather and snow have allowed Blue Mountain Ski Area to open all of their skiable terrain, concentration has shifted to some of the more "extreme" aspects of the Palmerton, Pa. resort. Full Article

    6th February 2007

  • Freebies for First Timers

    Got a friend that you want to get on skis or a snowboard? This weekend is the time to do it. On February 11, a first timer lesson with rentals and a beginner lift ticket is free at 10 Montana ski hills. Full Article

    5th February 2007

  • Norquay Resurrects North American Life

    Hailed as the first lift in the Rockies back in the 1920s and later aspiring towards an Olympic bid, Norquay's North American lift is chanting revivals. The resort dusted off old traditions for another go at the terrain that used to be titled North America's most challenging steeps. Full Article

    5th February 2007

  • Sunny Smiles at Sunrise

    After last year's abysmal winter when five feet of snow dumped finally in one March storm, Sunrise Ski Park skier and rider fortunes have reversed this season. With a powder surface topping an almost five-foot base, snow fans flock to the resort to whoop it up on its three mountains. Full Article

    5th February 2007

  • New Jersey Mountains Open More Trails

    Mountain Creek this week rolls out the whole mountain - well, the Main Park had its season debut, and starvin' New Jersey riders are eating it up. Only figuratively, of course. There's still plenty to go around for everyone. Full Article

    3rd February 2007

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