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Taos Spring Snow Stashes Abound

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Late-season snow lingers at Taos Ski Valley, NM to make for some fabulous final runs of the ski season.

Silver Eagle: Energy Conservation - Wachusett Mountain, MA

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Mountain Sports Media, publishers of SKI, SKIING and FREEZE Magazines, presented Golden Eagle Awards to seven ski resorts that achieved environmental excellence over the past year.

Ski Brule First in Midwest to Open

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Ski Brule has taken advantage of Michigan's consistently chilly temperatures to make a thick carpet of snow. The ski area opened for weekends on Nov. 5 and will open for the season this Friday.

Over $7 Million in Steamboat Vacation Experience Enhancements Planned for 2006/2007 Season

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Sunshine Express and food/beverage facilities lead the list of improvements.

Loveland Opens for Business

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For the fifth consecutive season, Loveland Ski Area officially kicked off the nation's ski and snowboard season Friday, to blue skies and a 38-inch base.

Snowshoe Sets All-Time Record for Skier Visits

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It was a great season at Snowshoe Mountain Resort, WV, which broke their all-time record for skier visits despite below-average snowfall.

A-Basin Gets Approval for Snowmaking

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After three years of studies and deliberation, A-Basin get approval for snowmaking, bringing the area one step closer to year-round skiing.

Arizona Snowbowl Snowmaking Controversy Continues

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Navajo Nation appeals U.S. District Court decision supporting use of wastewater to aid in snowmaking at Arizona Snowbowl near Flagstaff.

Loveland Opens for Business

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For the fifth consecutive season, Loveland Ski Area officially kicked off the nation's ski and snowboard season Friday, to bright blue skies and a 38-inch base.

New Mexico Skier Visits Down 26.2 %

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La Nina was not kind to ski areas in New Mexico, which experienced fickle weather and a big drop in skier visits.

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