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People who get uptight about things like calendars will tell you the new year doesn't start until the first of January. But skiers know better.
Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) announced today its resorts saw a 16.8 percent drop in visits during the new year's holiday period compared to the same period last year.
French resorts share North American ski areas early season woes with a drop in skier visits over the Christmas and New Year holiday periods.
Aggressive snowmaking has made for a 3-5 foot base, and the ski area guarantees 80 percent of runs will be open through April 9.
Telluride reports over a foot of snow to bring in the new year.
Hometown hero Todd Lodwick, who won the inaugural Gold Cup in 1998, made it look easy Wednesday as he cruised to his second Gold Cup triumph.
Mt. Bohemia, MI had its highly anticipated opening over New Year's Weekend. The mountain boasts a series of rocky chutes, skiable glades, and 900 vertical feet of terrain, the most in the Midwest.
Millennium plans still up in the air? Despair not, there are still a variety of great deals to be had in Canada.
Sarah Schelper, who has rebounded from injury with the best racing of her international career, has been named to the alpine A Team and Alison Powers has been promoted to the B Team.
Snowshoe Ski Resort in West Virginia entered the New Year by setting an all-time resort record for skier visits over the holiday season.
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