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Vermont's Sweet Spring Skiing is Here

Vermont's Sweet Spring Skiing is Here

Okemo has plenty going on in the month of March with scavenger hunts, tours, competition, and of course, great spring snow.

Beaver Creek Opens


Beaver Creek offered a white Friday for skiers and boarders on opening day.

Vail's 45th Season Underway Nov. 21, 2007


Vail will begin its 45th season on Wednesday, November 21, 2007, complete with fresh trails, faster lifts, new luxury digs, and more.

World Cup Prep Underway at Beaver Creek


Crews prep the downhill at Beaver Creek in anticipation of the Nov. 27-Dec. 2 World Cup races.

Perfect Turns: Crud


Attitude is the first step in making it down a trail covered with mashed potatoes, bowling balls and frozen chicken heads.

FIS Moves Utah's World Cup Events


The International Ski Federation decided Wednesday to move the February World Cup alpine ski races from Snowbasin Ski Area, UT because a hard-packed, man-made snow surface can't be made. The races may be held in Europe instead.

Skiing in Flat Light


One of the toughest conditions to ski has nothing to do with bad snow but with the lack of light. When light is "flat," the slope looks like a white, empty canvas, and it's impossible to read the snow surface clearly.

Killington Open


For the 41st consecutive season, this morning Killington Resort was the first resort to open in the East for skiing and riding for the 2001-2002 season.

Killington First to Make Snow in the East


Fall foliage is late, but Killington's snow is right on time this season.



Skiing in July is a nice change from frisbee throwing and mowing your lawn. At St. Mary's Glacier, Colorado, two friends tried to dispel the monotony of summer and got more than they bargained for.

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