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To raise awareness about theenvironment and the Environmental Charter for ski areas, a national"Sustainable Slopes" outreach campaign will debut on Saturday, February 24.
Ski and snowboard fans can have their own gold medal while also supporting the dreams of Olympic hopefuls with the 2001/2002 Gold Pass, the ultimate lift ticket good at over 260 American resorts.
Mammoth Mountain, CA gets dumped with snow every season. This year, they've stumbled into more than just powder.
Seven important guidelines to ensure safety on the slopes, officially endorsed by the National Ski Areas Association.
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.
National Ski Areas Association recieves money from the Forest Service.
Mountain Sports Media, publishers of SKI, SKIING and FREEZE Magazines, presented Golden Eagle Awards to seven ski resorts that achieved environmental excellence over the past year.
Ski areas across the nation will be educating their communities and guests on environmental efforts supporting NSAA's Sustainable Slopes Environmental Charter.
National Ski Areas Association is dedicating Saturday Feb. 21 to environmental causes and many resorts are getting in on the action.
Sustainable Slopes: Sugar Bowl Resort
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