Ski and snowboard enthusiasts from around the world:

We have been proud to provide you with free access to snow reports, resort guides and more, and we are beyond grateful for your readership and contributions to our community over the years.

Unfortunately given the changing media landscape, Mountain News Corporation has experienced financial declines in recent years. With additional economic challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic now facing our business, it is not financially viable to continue operating.

Mountain News Corporation and our OnTheSnow and Skiinfo websites will be shutting down. We will explore the possibility of selling, partnering, or contributing assets to another media outlet if there is an opportunity to allow for a consistent or enhanced online experience. For inquiries about Mountain News Corporation, please email Feedback_OTS@mountainnews.com.

We want to thank our loyal employees for their tireless work over the years to bring great information to all of you. We take comfort knowing that our collective passion for the sport of skiing and snowboarding will certainly live on.

We’ll see you on the mountain.


– Mountain News Corporation

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Missouri Ski Resorts

Missouri Skiing: Two for the Snow


Skiing in Missouri means Peak Resorts. The state is home base for the empire run by Tim Boyd, who has focused operations on the basics of chairlifts, snowmaking and grooming, much to the delight of skiers and riders. Peak Resorts owns both of the state's ski areas: Hidden Valley in Wildwood and Snow Creek in Weston.


A crowd gathers to observe the Scion Open 2008 at Hidden Valley, Missouri


Hidden Valley has a 320-foot vertical on 65 acres of terrain with full snowmaking coverage capable of laying down a foot of snow in 24 hours at 20 degrees. Trails are served nine lifts, including five chair lifts, 1 tow rope and 3 surface carpet lifts. There are two terrain parks. All terrain is lit for night skiing every evening, and for midnight skiing on Fridays and Saturdays beginning in late December, weather permitting. Easy Street, the area's beginner area, has its own carpet. The Outlaw Terrain Park is reserved for expert skiers and riders.


A snowboarder in flight in Missouri.


Snow Creek has a 300-foot vertical served by 2 triple chairs, a double, 1 rope tow and 1 conveyor carpet. Skiable acreage is weighted toward intermediate ability and includes 2 terrain parks and a 700-foot snowtubing park served by a conveyor lift. Rattlesnake Park is a terrain park for experts only. The area's powerful snowmaking system can cover the entire terrain in as little as 72 hours as long as the temperatures stay below freezing. Snow Creek has a 10,000-square-foot lodge, ski school, rental shop and a Ski School Lesson Center with over 100 instructors.

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Ski and snowboard enthusiasts from around the world:

We have been proud to provide you with free access to snow reports, resort guides and more, and we are beyond grateful for your readership and contributions to our community over the years.

Unfortunately given the changing media landscape, Mountain News Corporation has experienced financial declines in recent years. With additional economic challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic now facing our business, it is not financially viable to continue operating.

Mountain News Corporation and our OnTheSnow and Skiinfo websites will be shutting down. We will explore the possibility of selling, partnering, or contributing assets to another media outlet if there is an opportunity to allow for a consistent or enhanced online experience. For inquiries about Mountain News Corporation, please email Feedback_OTS@mountainnews.com.

We want to thank our loyal employees for their tireless work over the years to bring great information to all of you. We take comfort knowing that our collective passion for the sport of skiing and snowboarding will certainly live on.

We’ll see you on the mountain.


– Mountain News Corporation