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Early season snow falling across the country has caused many ski areas to open earlier than planned and several more will open for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
To raise awareness about the environment, the National Ski Areas Association's second annual "Sustainable Slopes" outreach campaign will take place on Saturday, February 23.
On Jan. 20, Northstar-at-Tahoe, CA celebrates the Grand Opening of their 200-acre expert expansion--Lookout Mountain.
Spring is right around the corner. For skiers that means sunny days and soft snow, for ski resorts springtime is all about lodging and skiing discounts and wacky celebrations to close out the year. Check out some of these great spring deals.
Mammoth Mountain is the first California ski area to be affected by the state's energy crisis but avoids disrupted guest services by focusing on primary power needs.
Northstar-at-Tahoe announced they will team up with two mountain resort developers to complete their long-term real estate goals.
Don't be caught of guard, these pass deals could end next year or in the next few days.
Big news is that revenues and income are up substantially over same period last year. The ski area conglomerate also said that Chairman George Gillett will reduce his role going forward.
SkiNet and SKI bring you more of the year's best bargains in the Pacific on skiing, lodging, and dining this ski 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 western resorts.
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