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What's New at Lake Louise for the 2008-2009 Season

New Lifts, Ski School, and more are happening at Lake Louise

Photo by: Henry Georgi

Colorado Resorts Make History

Colorado's 26 resorts saw skier visits top 12.5 million for the third consecutive winter, resulting in the second best season in skiing history.

Roemer's Weekly Weather Report: Jan. 20, 2003

Features

Bitter cold invades the eastern United States, while there's little relief for the dryness in Utah and parts of Colorado. Big snows are headed for southern British Columbia and the Cascades.

Berthoud Powder Guides Open Early

Features

The Berthoud Powder Guides' snowcat ski and ride service will begin their season on Nov. 30, due to early season snowfalls that have been above average for this time of year. The opening comes two weeks earlier than scheduled.

Ski Towns Competing for Tourists

News

In an effort to increase skier visits, major ski resorts offer discounted passes.

Mammoth Mtn. Breaks Snowfall Record, Extends Season to July 4th

Travel

A massive April storm in Mammoth pushed the California resort past the all-time snowfall record on Tuesday afternoon.

Vail to Double Snowmaking

News

Vail Resort has submitted a proposal to double its snowmaking to prevent a drop in skier numbers during times of below-average early season snowfall.

Loveland Ski Area To Open Chair 9 & The Ridge

News

Chair 9 and The Ridge will open on Saturday, December 10.

Mammoth Snowfall Passes 500 Inches

News

A March storm hit Mammoth dropping over 60 inches of new snow on the ski resort and pushing the season snowfall total over 500 inches.

More Snow, More Openings in the Colorado Rockies

News

This Friday, Breckenridge joins Copper, Loveland, and Arapahoe Basin in opening for the 2004/05 season.

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