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How Does Your Ski Resort Stack Up?

Hope Lake Lodge, Greek Peak, New York
Hope Lake Lodge, Greek Peak
The National Ski Areas Association names some of the top environmentally conscious resorts.

Killington Resort, Greek Peak, and Homewood Mountain Resort, as well as Utah's Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, and Solitude, were recognized for helping protect the environment by incorporating various programs and projects.

The National Ski Areas Association Golden Eagle Awards were presented to each resort based on the number of annual skier visits. The categories are as follows: Small resort, up to 200,000 visits; medium resort, 200,000 to 500,000 visits; large resort, more than 500,000 visits.

Ski Industry Recognizes Best Marketing, Guest Service Programs

National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) announced the winners of the 2008/09 Marketing and Guest Service Awards.

Photo: Mammoth Mountain

2009 Safety Awareness Week at Killington

Killington and the National Ski Areas Association team up for demonstrations, giveaways, and more Jan. 17-23

KILLINGTON, Vt. (Jan.

Signs of the Times

Under pressure from insurers—and inspired by Disney—ski areas introduced colorful symbols to convey a trail’s difficulty. More than 40 years later, airports get in line.

Imagination is not the hallmark of most government agencies, so let’s give a cheer for the folks at the Transportation Security Administration. After successfully testing the idea at the Salt Lake City and Denver airports—the nation’s busiest travel hubs for skiers—the federal agency is using symbols similar to ski-trail signs to speed airline passengers through security lines. A green circle indicates the line for infrequent travelers—beginners—unfamiliar with protocol, such as not carrying bottled water through security.

The Politics of Skiing

The new snow-country strategy: Ski locally; act nationally.

In the noisy approach to November’s presidential election, politics has elbowed its way to the front of seemingly every discussion. In fact, politics has always played a key role, if quiet one, in the ski industry, especially for those 136 ski areas sitting at least partly on U.S. Forest Service land. With the U.S. government as a landlord, those resorts routinely work closely with the Forest Service on a range of concerns. Of course, the politics of skiing doesn’t end there.

Powdr Corp Mourns the Loss of Ski Industry Pioneer Nick Badami

Nick Badami, a visionary leader who helped make Park City Mountain Resort a world-class resort, died June 4 at his house in Tucson, Ariz. surrounded by family.

Utah's 5th Record-Breaking Season

The state totaled 4,258,900 skier days during the 2007-08 season on top of record snow totals.

Eldora Offers Helmet Test Drive To Guests

News

Marker to offer free demos of helmets this weekend in association with National Safety Awareness Week.

Tough Crowd

Travel

Do the slopes seem more congested each season? Get used to it: Ski-area expansion has become a long and costly endeavor.

Reckless Skier? Now, That's Inspiration

Features

Having an out-of-control skier crash into your mom is never a good thing, but sometimes there's a hidden benefit.

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