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Citing it as the best deal in eastern skiing, the American Skiing Company announced this week an unprecedented season pass that provides skiing and riding at all six of its eastern resorts next winter for as little as $349.
Several North American ski resorts celebrate the great German tradition of Oktoberfest with Bavarian music, food, dancing and of course, plenty of beer.
Family Fun: 3rd Place
Round Two Underway for Killington Snowmakers
The best place to view Mother Nature's color show is in the mountains, and our list of autumn activities lays out the best places to go.
February 2nd is Vermont/New Hampshire Day. March 9th is Connecticut Day.
While other resorts in the Northeast begin winding down their season around this time, Killington, home of the longest ski and snowboard season in the East, kicks into high gear for its second season.
Ski areas around the country are setting snow guns and gearing up for the 2000-2001 season. Here's a roundup of tentative opening dates for eastern resorts.
Wicked Wild Wednesdays debut at Mount Snow on January 30.
Season pass deals in the East region.
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