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Storm leaves 12 inches on Hidden Peak, 6" at base.
Summer Cross-training's one-two punch: It gets you outdoors and in ski shape.
The moments, places and people; the decadent and the pure; the sinful and the soulful; the serene, the simple, the extreme, the extravagant. A few things that keep us clicking in, year after year.
High peaks and upper runs of Telluride ski area are blanketed in snow as winter-like conditions blow through the San Juan Mountain range.
Break out your boards, put the ski rack back on the car, and dust off your hat and gloves: The Northeast has gotten its first major snowfall of the season.
There's a reason mountains are high: God wanted his best work close by. Summer offers the same mountain magic, just a different season.
The Colorado Pass and Buddy Pass will be on sale at last spring's prices over Labor Day weekend only; prices will increase on Sept. 6, 2005.
West Virginia's first snowfall of the season hit Monday, covering Snowshoe Mountain with up to two inches of snow and allowing a trial run for the snowmaking equipment.
The first snowfall here in weeks forced the cancellation Thursday of downhill training a day ahead of the women's Alpine skiing combined event.
A September snowstorm sweeps across Colorado's Front Range painting it winter white.
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