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Ski Balls set for six cities

News

Sept. 9: Ski and Snowboard fundraisers slated for San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, New York, Salt Lake and Denver.

Nor'easter Slams New England

News

Yesterday's winter storm system moved up the eastern coast and left a trail of snow from the Carolina's to Vermont. Check out these snowy photos from New England ski areas.

ASC to Sell Sugarbush

News

Cash-strapped American Skiing Co. has agreed to sell its Sugarbush resort in Vermont to an investment group for an undisclosed amount.

2002 Winter X Games: Skiing

Advice

ESPN's Winter X Games will be held in Aspen, Colorado, beginning today through Jan. 20, 2002.

Super Bowl Brings Super Ski Deals

News

As Super Bowl Sunday approaches diehard skiers are looking for the best deals to bang out some turns before the big game. In honor of the event, ski resorts around the country are celebrating the Super Bowl with super deals.

Mount Snow Receives Over A Foot of Fresh

News

Thanks to a snowstorm that dumped up to 13" of snow in Vermont, Mount Snow Resort now has the most open acres of terrain in the area.

Hall Wins Slopestyle Gold

Advice

Tanner Hall barely edged out C.R. Johnson to win the X Games Skiing Slopestyle event.

Kids Ski Free Programs

News

More and more resorts across the country offering ski-free programs for kids.

Give One, Get One for Literacy

News

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.

X Games Invade Mount Snow, VT

Advice

The fourth annual Winter X Games features more than 300 athletes competing for gold and unprecedented prize money at Mount Snow, VT, Feb. 3-6. The games throw together a combination of athleticism, cynicism, and pierced body parts; let the X Games begin.

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