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Where Now: Mount Snow, Vt.

Where Now: Mount Snow, Vt.

One of Vermont’s most accessible ski resorts, Mount Snow is four hours from New York City and two and a half hours from Boston.

New owners with a passion for snowmaking put this resort on springtime’s map.

Along Vermont’s scenic Route 100, a local in a red flannel shirt and grease-stained jeans starts his day by kicking the last of his driveway snowbank to pieces, hoping it will melt in the bright sun. It’s only early spring, but some people are just over winter. I am not one of them.

Especially since learning that Mount Snow has invested more than $8.5 million in state-of-the-art snowmaking equipment over the past two years. It’s time to check back in: It’s been three decades since I last visited the mountain so popular with metro New Yorkers.

[ Wed, 2009-11-04 14:11 ]
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It's Here!

It's Here!
Loveland Ski Area Starts its Snowguns
The ski season has officially started (well, kind of)

The 2009-2010 ski season is officially on. With temperatures dipping in the Rockies, Colorado’s Loveland ski area turned on its snowguns yesterday—apparently the first resort in the country to do so—and started putting down snow. The omens are good: Loveland fired up its guns a full three days earlier than last season. We couldn’t be happier.

Vermont Ski Areas 100% Open for MLK Weekend

Vermont welcomes MLK Weekenders with convenient travel, ample snow and more seasonable temperatures

Despite mentions of one Vermont ski area closing - - count on 100% open operations across the 20 alpine and 29 Nordic ski areas this weekend.

Blue-bird skies and temperatures returning to more comfortable seasonable levels will greet skiers and riders this weekend as resorts are warming up their slopes for that extra day to enjoy the snow.

What's New at Fernie Resort for 2008-2009

Parking, Glades, and Direct Air Service all included for on-mountain improvements

Photo by Henry Georgi

First Snow at Fernie Alpine Resort

Fresh snowfall on Oct. 7, 2008, marked the beginning of Fernie's winter season as the resort gears up for skiers.

CALGARY, AB – October 7, 2008 – Ski season is on its way, with snow falling at Fernie Alpine Resort on Tuesday. With a whopping 1,118cm (37 feet) of snow last season, we can hardly wait to get going this year!

Getting to Fernie’s Legendary Powder is now even easier. Fernie Alpine Resort is pleased to announce new direct service on Delta Airlines between Salt Lake City, UT and the Canadian Rockies International Airport in Cranbrook, BC starting on December 17, 2008.

Northstar-at-Tahoe Announces What's New for the 08/09 Season

$15 Million in Improvements, Advanced Terrain, and New Restaurants in the Village at Northstar Among the Highlights

TRUCKEE, Calif. – Northstar Resort has invested more than $15 million in on-mountain and village improvements that will benefit skiers and riders during the 2008-09 winter season.

Heavenly and Lake Tahoe Get First Snow of the Year!

Check out a video of new snow from October 4.

Ski in October: Ski Europe

France, Austria, and Solden best places to ski during the Half-Term Holidays

Tour operators are warning that the February school holiday week in 2009 is going to be tricky as nearly all schools in the UK have the same week off- when usually the holidays are spread over at least a fortnight. The message is that availability will be low and prices high, already visible if you go to a 'low cost' airline website and try to book a flight to the Alps around Valentine's Day, returning a week later. The message from Europe's leading snow report provider, target=_blank>, is why wait?

Diamond Peak Announces Season Pass Sale

Incline Village, NV- Diamond Peak 2008/09 season passes are on sale until Sep. 30, 2008, so now's your time to get a head start on your winter season! Save money off the regular rate by taking advantage of this special deal. You can buy a season pass for as low as $295 (a mid-week Adult resident rate) until the end of September. Our full pass non-resident rates include: $454 Adult, $209 College, $188 Youth (13-17), $156 Child (7-12), and $188 Senior (60-69). Discounts are available for residents of Incline Village / Crystal Bay.

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