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Skiers and snowboarders have been told to rein in the recklessness this winter as the nation's ski resorts step up safety programs following a particularly deadly season.
Vail Resorts today announced the return of its popular five-mountain Colorado Pass and three-mountain Buddy Pass for the 2004-2005 winter season, as well as the Keystone/Arapahoe Basin pass.
Despite many obstacles, Burke Mountain, VT exceeded their season pass sales requirement and will open to the public on Dec. 15.
Despite beefing up safety standards, Keystone Resort, CO records the first ski-related death of the season.
The red letter days for snowsports enthusiasts in New England are Nov. 5-7 (Connecticut) and Nov. 18-21 (Boston), the dates of the annual SnowSports Expos, taking place at The Hartford Civic Center and Boston's Bayside Expo Center respectively.
Students in the South Lake Tahoe area can earn free skiing at Sierra-at-Tahoe and Heavenly Ski Resort for academic achievement and effort in the classroom.
Skiers in Idaho can ski free for the rest of this season if they purchase next season's pass now.
The Canyons is offering the most affordable Adult Season Pass in the Park City area for the 2004/2005 Season.
As the skiing public gets older, ski resorts across the country are seeking to take a piece of their retirement pie.
A summer snowstorm blew through Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, CA leaving four to six inches of snow on the still-open slopes.
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