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Despite mentions of one Vermont ski area closing - - count on 100% open operations across the 20 alpine and 29 Nordic ski areas this weekend.
Blue-bird skies and temperatures returning to more comfortable seasonable levels will greet skiers and riders this weekend as resorts are warming up their slopes for that extra day to enjoy the snow.
Too strapped to ski? You might be surprised. This year is an especially good time to keep your ear to the ground for great ski deals. Check out these deals in the East.
Over Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend, skiers and riders at Mount Snow/Haystack are donating books to help promote literacy in Southern Vermont. In appreciation for their efforts, book donors will receive a buy-one-get-one-free lift ticket.
A recent snowstorm moved over California dropping up to four feet of snow on ski resorts just in time for the three-day weekend in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Ski areas from eastern North America to the Rockies report a year-to-date increase in business from 25 to 95 percent.
ESPN's Winter X Games will be held in Aspen, Colorado, beginning today through Jan. 20, 2002.
Attitashis offering up a wide range of ticket and lodging deals to lure skiers, riders and football fans to the slopes.
It was a great season at Snowshoe Mountain Resort, WV, which broke their all-time record for skier visits despite below-average snowfall.
A New England snowstorm has dumped up to a foot of new snow in parts of Vermont, New York, and New Hampshire and is expected to spread more of the white stuff over the long weekend.
A storm blew 8-10 fast and furious inches of snow, making for big powder this weekend at Sunday River, ME.
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