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Following two off-seasons, late fall is wetting ski country's appetite for wintry things to come. Big snowfalls across the country have allowed many resorts to get unexpected but welcome jumps on the season.
Colorado's Water Quality Control Commission voted against an environmentalist appeal to stop a snowmaking plan at Arapahoe Basin, But the road to early season snow is not clear just yet.
Lassen County, CA voters enthusiastically upheld a proposition to give California its first new ski resort in 30 years.
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.
Mt. Abram, ME went on the auction block Wednesday and was quickly purchased by an unidentified buyer for a bargain price.
Arizona Acreage LLC agreed to buy Donner Ski Ranch for $10 million, but recently backed out of the deal due to recent realizations.
A Colorado jury in Eagle Country found Nathan Hall guilty of negligent homicide after colliding with another skier at Vail, CO in 1997.
Citizen groups attempt to stop a proposed land swap between Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort, WY and the Targhee National Forest.
Asahidake ski centre, known for the best and deepest powder in Japan, will open the season with a new tram, enabling more access to the mountain's renowned terrain.
A fire blazed at the Vail Marriott Resort hotel on Saturday evening, causing millions of dollars in damages, but occupants suffered no injuries. The exact cause remains under federal investigation.
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