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First Snow at Copper Falls Overnight

The 2009 season is officially beginning with Dumps of the Weeks soon to come.

Copper received the first snow of the season overnight, dusting the hills with several inches of snow, encouraging the aspens to turn yellow.  Just around the corner, Copper plans to start making snow around September 27. 


Test of Time

Features

The ever-accelerating pace of change that infests every corner of modern life has not spared the world of skis. It was only seven years ago that the first, funky-shaped skis appeared on our shores.

Small Is Good

Warren Miller

Skiing is about making turns, not where you make them.

SKIING Magazine's Season Pass Extravaganza-Illinois

Travel

Check out these great pass deals in Illinois.

National Ski & Snowboard Expo - Washington D.C.

News

Winter arrives a bit early again this year with the return of the 17th annual National Ski & Snowboard Expo to the Washington, D.C. area, Nov. 12-14, 2004.

Burke Rallies to Open with Discount Pass

News

Burke Mountain, VT, a venerable racing institution and local skiing area, offers up a heavily discounted season pass good at two other ski areas in a race to continue operations.

Octoberfest in the High Country: West

Travel

Several North American ski resorts celebrate the great German tradition of Oktoberfest with Bavarian music, food, dancing and of course, plenty of beer.

Oktoberfest in the High Country: Midwest

Travel

Several North American ski resorts celebrate the great German tradition of Oktoberfest with Bavarian music, food, dancing and of course, plenty of beer.

Kraut and Stout Take Over Main Street Breckenridge

Travel

Breckenridge became a flurry of weinerschnitzel, beer, and snow as Main Street hosted a weekend of Oktoberfest celebrations.

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