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  • Taming Fear at Smuggs

    Among the new offerings for this season at Smugglers' Notch, VT. is the Mountain Experience Camp for Adults. Full Article

    14th November 2006

  • Swinging In Summit County

    Summit County is in the swing of things for the season, with Breckenridge and Keystone opening early, and Copper in action as well. Full Article

    14th November 2006

  • Hyland Park Ski Patrols Receive Awards

    The Three Rivers Slopes ski patrol as well as the Viking Nordic patrols at the Hyland Lake Park Reserve, a big winter recreation complex located near the Mall of America in Minneapolis, were recently recognized for outstanding public service. Full Article

    14th November 2006

  • Jammin' with Volcom Stone

    The Volcom Stone Peanut Butter and Rail Jam series is a 15-stop national tour for amateur snowboarders, and it kicks off the season on Dec. 9 at Mammoth Mountain. Full Article

    14th November 2006

  • 72 Hour Snow Squall at Stratton

    There's a man-made blizzard underway in Vermont as the snowmakers at Stratton Mountain blasted a big section of the mountain with snow... Full Article

    10th November 2006

  • It's Wet, It's Sticky, Wild Mountain Still Skiing On It

    Those wild Minnesotans are still at it up on Wild Mountain. Full Article

    8th November 2006

  • All Fired Up at Okemo

    Okemo Mountain Resort took advantage of the cold temperatures and fired up the snowguns Nov. 2 in preparation for a Nov. 18 opening. Snowmaking will continue whenever temperatures allow at the Ludlow, Vt. resort. Full Article

    8th November 2006

  • New Triple Chair at King Pine

    King Pine in Madison, N.H. has increased their uphill capacity by 600 skiers per hour by replacing the old Black Bear Double Chair with a new Triple. A new advanced trail directly below the new lift adds four acres of terrain and will be covered with snowmaking. Full Article

    8th November 2006

  • Bullwheels Turn at Lake Louise

    By Becky Lomax On Saturday, November 11, Alberta's Lake Louise powers up its bullwheels at 9 a.m. for opening day. With snowmaking running full-on, snow falling from incoming storms, and continued precipitation in the forecast, dry Rocky Mountain fluff is piling up in the newly-renamed Powder Bowls. Full Article

    8th November 2006

  • Lowriding at Angel Fire

    Cementing its reputation as a Mecca of southwest snowboarding, New Mexico's Angel Fire Resort is adding one more freestyle park to its hill this winter. In addition to Liberation Park with their 400-foot half pipe and a short school bus, they are constructing features in their new Lowrider Park. Full Article

    8th November 2006

  • Testing the Trail at Sugarloaf

    A few of the Sugarloaf USA staff members volunteered their time to take a ride up the SuperQuad and check out the snowmakers' handiwork over last weekend. Full Article

    8th November 2006

  • Nubs Gets the Nod

    The heads they are a'swellin' at Michigan's Nubs Nob ski area after a recent reader poll ranked their terrain park as Numero Uno in North America. Full Article

    8th November 2006

  • Big Guns at Keystone

    It's perfectly groomed slopes for U.S. alpine star Jimmy Cochran at Keystone. The United States Alpine Ski Team is training at Keystone right now. Full Article

    8th November 2006

  • Skinny Ski at Wolf Creek

    Wolf Creek is up and running, but their Nordic trails are also available. Forest Service Road 391 is groomed for cross-country skiing from the end of the Alberta Parking lot to the Alberta Lake Dam. Full Article

    7th November 2006

  • TLC for the Kids at Park City

    By Shannon Luthy Park City is promising to take extra care of the kids this year. The Kids Signature Program guarantees small class sizes even during the busiest times of the season. Full Article

    7th November 2006

  • It's Showdown Time

    Even though Montana's Showdown Ski Area doesn't open until December, it already has a bigger snow pack than many other Montana resorts that have been beset with recent warm monsoons. With two feet at the summit and 18 inches at the base area, the mushy snow didn't inhibit work on its new Sluice Goose Caboose lift. Full Article

    7th November 2006

  • The Reel Thing at Squaw Valley

    One of the annual rites of late fall (in the North Lake Tahoe area, at any rate) is the Squaw Valley Winter Film Festival, which takes place Nov. 24 at the Plaza Bar and Bar One in the Olympic House. Full Article

    7th November 2006

  • Bear Creek Pours $700,000 Into Terrain Park Upgrades

    Bear Creek Mountain Resort, Macungie, Pa., invested more than $700,000 in terrain park upgrades for this season. The mountain's three individual terrain parks, Cascade Park, Black Bear Park and Grizzly Family Park, encompass more than 13 acres and offer more than 30 custom features that suit every level of freestyle skier or snowboarder. Full Article

    7th November 2006

  • Makeover Winners at Sugar Mountain

    Sugar Mountain Resort, Banner Elk, N.C., and The Village of Sugar Mountain Tourism Development Authority recently announced the winners of the second Ski and Snowboard Makeover contest. Full Article

    7th November 2006

  • Kids Come First at Shawnee

    Shawnee Mountain, Shawnee-on-Delaware, Pa., enhanced its reputation as a leader in ski programs for children and for beginner/novice facilities, by adding several features for this its 32nd year of operation. Full Article

    7th November 2006

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