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Snowshoe Fire Destroys Warehouse

News

An unexplained fire destroyed a food and beverage building at Snowshoe Mountain Resort, WV early New Year's Day but caused little disruption to resort operations.

Judge Rules Against Wachusett Mountain

News

Wachusett Moutain Ski Area, MA had plans for two new trails at midmountain. Unfortunately, a Superior Court judge blocked the expansion.

Clinton Policy May Prevent Oregon Ski Area

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President Clinton's recent policy toward roadless land will probably prevent the proposed Pelican Butte Resort in Oregon from existing.

Spain To See New Resort

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Galicia, Spain will see the addition of a second ski resort amidst fertile rows of crops in 2002. The ski area will be at Trevinca and is expected to become the region's main employer.

Strong Early Ski Season from Quebec to Colorado

News

Ski areas from eastern North America to the Rockies report a year-to-date increase in business from 25 to 95 percent.

Skeeter Werner Dies

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Former Olympian and Steamboat, CO's first ski instructor, Skeeter Werner, died Friday, July 20, 2001. Memorial services were held in Steamboat, CO on July 26.

Madonna di Campiglio, Italy Continues Makeover

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The chic Madonna di Campiglio ski resort in the Italian Brenta Dolomites continues to make its base area more accessible for pedestrians with a new tunnel, underground parking, and more.

Brighton Incites USOC

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After the USOC threatened a copyright infringement lawsuit last year, Brighton Ski Resort has once again pressed the Olympic Committee to action.

Jackson Hole to Open Four Seasons Hotel

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Official plans have been made to open a Four Seasons Hotel in the Jackson Hole, WY Teton Village with ski-in, ski-out access and a host of facilities.

Saddleback Sells Segment of Appalachian Trail

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After years of banter, the National Park Service and Saddleback Mountain have agreed on the fate of a segment of the Appalachian Trail that crosses the mountain.

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