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Another Winter Storm Drops a Foot of Snow on Jay Peak

News

Jay Peak, located in Northern Vermont, is digging out from another regionally specific storm.

Hicks, Ogden Win U.S. Extremes

News

The 13th Annual U.S. Extreme Freeskiing Championships concluded at Crested Butte Mountain today with fabulous performances on incredibly steep technical terrain.

Killington Prepares To Break Its Thanksgiving Open Terrain Record This Weekend

News

For the first time in history, Killington plans to offer more than 100 trails and nearly 40 miles of terrain for skiing and riding this holiday weekend; Natural snowfall and snowmaking play key roles in terrain expansion

Okemo's Jackson Gore Receives the Green Light

News

Vermont Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Okemo Mountain Resort and Its Jackson Gore Project

Thrill Sleds Take Off At Big Mountain

Travel

Big Mountain, MT adds another heart pounding way to cruise down the mountain in the summer and fall months.

Traveler: Way-Back Bowls

Travel

Vail goes native in new Blue Sky Basin. For all the controversy surrounding it, Vail's Blue Sky Basin (better known as Category III) is about as benign as can be, consisting mostly of open terrain and glades.

The Great Beyond: Enchanted Engelberg

Features

Europe has atmosphere and scale that North American resorts will never be able to match. If you're passionate about skiing and its roots, then it's time to make the trek across the pond to the sport's birthplace.

Beaver Creek, Colorado: Rank 20 West, 1997

Features

Like a precocious little sister, Beaver Creek offers much of the excellence of neighboring Vail¿just in a smaller, cuter package. "The Beav" pampers its guests with the fifth-ranked Service and eighth-ranked Grooming in the country.

Telluride, Colorado: Rank 17 West, 1997

Features

The ski company in Telluride calls its hill "the most beautiful place you'll ever ski," which may be the most believable PR proclamation in the industry.

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