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Spring Snowstorm Covers Colorado

Nearly every resort in Colorado got substantial spring snow this week, including Aspen and Copper who both received 16 inches in 48 hours.

DENVER, CO – March 24, 2009 – A spring storm roared into Colorado early Monday morning, showering Colorado’s high country with mounds of snow in time for spring ski deals and events. Nearly every Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) resort received new snow in the last 48 hours, with Aspen and Copper boasting as much as 16 inches each.

Scott Kennett wins his fourth US Extreme Freeskiing Masters Championship

Although Kennett is at least ten years older than his competitors, he still managed to claim his fourth title.

Crested Butte, Colo., Feb. 22 -- Scott Kennett, 51, of Telluride, has edged out Aaron Lypps, 42, of Crested Butte, for the U.S. Extreme Freesking Masters Division Championship.



It was Kennett’s fourth victory in this contest since the division was formed in 2001. He won in 2001 and 2002, 2007 and this year. He crashed out in 2003 and 2004 and was sidelined while recuperating from injuries in 2005 and 2006.


Snow (and More Snow) Energizes Stiegler

Advice

Blizzard conditions in Austria take Stiegler back to her free-skiing roots.

100 Inches at Killington Since March 1, 2007

News

Winter continues at Killington with 100 inches since March 1, and more is on the way.

Pico Mountain Extends Ski & Snowboard Season to April 1

News

5+ feet of March snow is factor in extending the season at Pico Mountain.

New Hampshire Threedom Pass On Sale Now

News

Ski & ride Loon, Waterville Valley, and Cranmore all season with new Threedom 07-08 Value Pass starting at $449.

Killington Gets 19 Inches of New Snow

News

Killington has received more than six feet of snow since February 1st.

Colorado Gets Hit Again

Travel

The second snowstorm to hit the Colorado High Country dumped more snow on Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone.

The Dangerous Game

Travel

On average, 48 North Americans are killed each winter in avalanches. Don't be a victim.

Chugach Powder Guides

Travel

Heli-skiing with Chugach Powder Guides.

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