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New Michigan law proposes skiers be required to pay $100 fine if caught without head protection.
Michigan skiers and snowboarders may be asked to pay a $100 fine if they choose to ski without protection on their noggin, according to a new law being proposed.
This winter, Alta and Snowbird offer skiers connected terrain with a new combined season pass and day ticket. The connected terrain and acreage prove to be a skier's paradise that rivals any resort in North America.
Last week the first cousin of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Michael, visited Bretton Woods, NH and Loon Mountain, NH ski resort for charity and to test out the slopes for his countrymen.
The National Brotherhood of Skiers hit the slopes of Copper Mountain, CO, this week for their annual summit and fundraiser for young African-American skiers.
Snow fell just in time for the Presidents' Day Weekend holiday, making for skier numbers that broke records at many of the western resorts and jump-starting a sluggish ski season.
Ski Resorts across the U.S. report a generally strong President's Day holiday weekend. Although a few records were broken, an increase or on-target numbers characterize the holiday.
What a little-known gem! I skied Solitude some ten years ago, but I had forgotten what a great spot it is.
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