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Kästle Launches Line of High Performance Skis

Four mens' and four womens' skis are unveiled for the 2008-09 ski season.

2008-09 Loveland Season Passes

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Loveland Ski Area has begun selling season passes for the 2008-09 season.

Panorama Offers Last Chance Ski & Stay Deal

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Spring Into Savings event celebrates another fantastic season with spring skiing, park rider sessions, and après-ski events.

Sunday River Announces First Chondola in NorthEast

New England skiers and snowboarders will be experiencing a new mode of mountain transport during the 2008-2009 winter season as Sunday River prepares to install the first Chondola in the Northeastern U.S. The $7.2 million hybrid lift is one of four in North America and will transport skiers, snowboarders and summer guests from the South Ridge Base Area to the summit of North Peak, a location from which six of Sunday River's eight peaks are directly accessible.

Vail Resorts Announces Epic Pass

Season Pass holders will be able to enjoy unlimited and unrestricted skiing at all of the Vail Resorts next year for $579

Ride 'em & Rank 'em

Ride 'em & Rank 'em

Wachusett's demo program is one of the most unique in the country offering skiers a chance to try next years skis.

Quick Spring Trips: Big Sky, MT

Spring skis like winter. The crowds are even more sparse (if that’s possible). And Lone Peak still calls to you from every inch of the mountain.

Quick Spring Trips: Mount Snow, VT

With a new sense of purpose, this Vermont resort looks to earn the mantle of first-to-open, last-to-close.

Holy Helmets!

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New Michigan law proposes skiers be required to pay $100 fine if caught without head protection.

Michigan skiers and snowboarders may be asked to pay a $100 fine if they choose to ski without protection on their noggin, according to a new law being proposed.

Zermatt, Switzerland

This is the place for you if you like resorts that are scenic, upscale, and infused with history. And you think digging into a three-course lunch isn't a bad way to pass a few hours.

This Swiss shepherds' village turned cosmopolitan mountain resort is home to one of the most recognizable peaks in the Alps: the famed Matterhorn. The towering three-sided spire of jagged rock, crooked at the top like a witch's cap, is such a singular and picturesque peak that all sorts of visitors - skiers and nonskiers, royalty and backpackers, serious alpinists and people who'd rather stock up on souvenirs than break a sweat - come from all corners of the globe to have a look.

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