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Jackson Hole Narrows Tram Replacement Options

News

The June 2005 decision to close the Aerial Tram in October 2006 was made following 18 months of unprecedented evaluation into all facets of Tram operations by leading industry engineers. The results required Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) to make a decision regarding ongoing tram operations.

Bergoust, Grossi, and Cooper Shine Down Under

Advice

The Freestyle World Cup Tour opened at Mt. Buller, in Australia.

Canada's First "Ski Hub Now Open

News

The Hub is a centrally located "one-stop-shop" where visitors can purchase all components of their Banff/Lake Louise winter vacation.

Career-best for Freestylers Currutt, Petzold

Advice

US Freestylers start the season strong, at the World Cup opener in Australia.

Winter Park to Host Super Series

Advice

The second race of the USSA Chevy Truck Super Series will be held at Winter Park Resort in Colorado on November 20 and 21.

45 Skiers Named To US Freestyle Team For '00-01 Season

Advice

Reigning World Cup moguls champion AnnBattelle and aerials champion Eric Bergoust top a list of 45 athletes named to the U.S.Freestyle Ski Team for next World Cup season

Lack of Snow Cancels World Cup Event

News

Less than three months from the start of the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, there is no snow at Utah ski areas, and the warmest November in the Colorado Rockies since 1979 has forced cancellation of the World Cup downhill.

International Summer Ski Camps 2000 Part 2

Advice

Take a trip abroad to improve your ski skills while being immersed in another country's culture. Programs are available for all types of skiers and family's, but reserve your space soon.

Talkin' Trash

News

US Ski Team athletes are helping to educate fans about the 15 environmental programs sponsored by the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. The Salt Lake Games aim to be the first Olympics to achieve zero waste and zero emissions.

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