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Lutsen, MN, Targets Spring Skiers with Snow Guarantee

News

Aggressive snowmaking has made for a 3-5 foot base, and the ski area guarantees 80 percent of runs will be open through April 9.

Another Winter Storm Drops a Foot of Snow on Jay Peak

News

Jay Peak, located in Northern Vermont, is digging out from another regionally specific storm.

Killington Prepares To Break Its Thanksgiving Open Terrain Record This Weekend

News

For the first time in history, Killington plans to offer more than 100 trails and nearly 40 miles of terrain for skiing and riding this holiday weekend; Natural snowfall and snowmaking play key roles in terrain expansion

Vail Announces Planned Improvements

News

In a recent announcement made Thursday, Vail Resorts Inc. plans to spend $57 million in improvements for its five resorts in Colorado and Wyoming.

Attitash Recruits Patriots Fans

Advice

Attitashis offering up a wide range of ticket and lodging deals to lure skiers, riders and football fans to the slopes.

La Nina: The Midwest

Travel

La Nina's back, but she's not the same little girl as last year, so the snow forecast looks to be a little different.

Killington Reopens and Others Soon to Follow

News

Killington Resort, VT reopened its slopes Saturday after a brief shutdown, while other New England ski areas start up their snowguns.

ASC to Sell Sugarbush

News

One of Vermont's premiere resorts will change hands this fall if a deal announced Monday goes through.

Snow Continues to Fall in Colorado's High Country

News

To the delight of skiers and snowboarders, Mother Nature pounded the Colorado Rockies with a holiday storm.

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