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  • GI Benefits at Squaw Valley

    For the fourth consecutive season, Squaw Valley will salute active American service personnel with free lift tickets. The Military Discount Program, which this year honors the memory of WWII veteran and Squaw Valley founder Alex Cushing, who died this past summer, is valid on a daily basis throughout the season, except for the usual blackout days (Dec. 26 though Jan. 1, Jan. 13-14 and Feb. 17-18). Full Article

    21st September 2006

  • Jack Frost/Big Boulder Recruit Top Terrain Park Builders

    The Pennsylvania Pocono Mountain resorts Jack Frost (Blakeslee) and Big Boulder (Lake Harmony) have recruited two of the East Coast’s top terrain park designers to develop and launch the resorts’ Parks and Pipes program. Full Article

    21st September 2006

  • Diamond Peak Anniversary

    Diamond Peak is celebrating forty years in the business and they’re partying like it’s 1966 (well, they will at a special anniversary bash at Hacienda De La Sierra in Incline Village on Sept. 20). Full Article

    14th September 2006

  • Getting the Jump at Ashland

    Mt. Ashland is making purchasing a season pass for the southern Oregon resort pretty simple and cost effective. Full Article

    14th September 2006

  • How Sweet It is at Seven Springs

    You'll want to make your way to Seven Springs Resort, Champion, Pa., for its second Chocolate Affair, Saturday, Sept. 23, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Full Article

    14th September 2006

  • Indianhead, Blackjack Await Bayfield Apple Festival

    Bayfield, Wisconsin, home to the Apostle Island National Lakeshore, also plays host to the Apple Festival Oct. 6-8, which is one of the Badger State's premiere festivals. Located on the shores of Lake Superior less than an hour from the UP's Big Snow Country (BSC) - Indianhead, Big Powderhorn and Blackjack - the Chicago Tribune has touted it as the "best little town in the Midwest Full Article

    14th September 2006

  • Crystal Mountain Harnesses the Wind

    Crystal Mountain is the first Midwest resort to make a commitment to renewable wind energy. This coming winter the resort plans on powering their high-speed lift, the Crystal Clipper, entirely with wind power. Full Article

    7th September 2006

  • Value Pass at Mt. Rose

    Mt. Rose, the resort with the highest base elevation (8,260 feet) in the Tahoe Basin, is once again conducting its Value Pass September sale. Full Article

    7th September 2006

  • Crystal Mountain Encourages Guests To Go Green

    Crystal Mountain is encouraging guests and employees to join them in the effort to use renewable energy resources this season. Crystal is offering a free one-day lift ticket, valid anytime in the 2006/07 season, to anyone who purchases wind power for their family's residence for one year through Renewable Choice Energy. Full Article

    7th September 2006

  • Mammoth Wine and Jazz Fest

    A great way to say so long to summer and usher in the autumnal equinox is to head over to Mammoth Mountain for its Wine and Jazz Festival on Sept. 15-16. Full Article

    7th September 2006

  • Pro Jibbers Gather At Bear Mountain

    A bunch of snowboarding's best pro jibbers - figure around 40 - will congregate at Bear Mountain on Sept. 12 to partake in the SoCal resort's third annual Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails competition. Full Article

    7th September 2006

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