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[ Thu, 2010-04-15 12:05 ]
ski resorts cautious
It’s not a boom, but it’s no bust either. Early attendance numbers provide a glimmer of hope to struggling ski resorts.

Many people have bemoaned recent signs foretelling the impending death of the ski industry. First, environmentalists predicted that global warming will melt both the polar ice caps and our mountain snow caps by the end of the century.

Sierra-at-Tahoe Outlines 2008/2009 Season Improvements

Highlights Include Innovative Technology, New Green Initiatives, Affordable Value Options

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Start thinking winter because http://www.sierraattahoe.com/index.asp target=_blank>Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort is gearing up for what the Farmer’s Almanac is predicting will be an above average snow year. With an annual average of 480 inches of snow, an above average year means plenty of powder days to come. Here’s what else is coming at Sierra Resort this winter.



*NEW* Interactive Radar

Tahoe Resort Showcases Art for July 4th

Homewood Mountain Resort is celebrating Independence Day weekend with the 8th Annual Fine Arts and Crafts Lakeside, July 4-6.

New Branding Strategy For Kirkwood

News

"Rare Earth" - Kirkwood's newest branding strategy - and a spot on the cover of SKI Magazine's October issue highlight its iconic location.

Narrow Podium Miss for Stiegler in SL

News

Mancuso 15th, Schild clinches slalom title

Mammoth Mountain, Calif.

Travel

An aging behemoth gets an extreme makeover.

Fit For A King

Features

Spain's remote Baqueira Beret, the favorite of King Juan Carlos, Offers world-class skiing, great dining and a nightlife that never sleeps.

Squaw Valley, California

Travel

A pocket guide to Squaw Valley.

Go Deep: Shred Ruby SIGNPOST

Features

This is what you need to know about skiing with Nevada's Ruby Mountain Helicopter Skiing.

Why We Ski: Vroom with a View

Features

High in the mountains, it's easy to feel like a king-the master of all you survey. Who wouldn't want to rule the Rockies, the Tetons or the Sierra Nevada?

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