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West Virginia's first snowfall of the season hit Monday, covering Snowshoe Mountain with up to two inches of snow and allowing a trial run for the snowmaking equipment.
With helpful servings of early snow and plenty of improvements to go around, ski resorts have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, and they're encouraging you to join them with bountiful specials. Check out SkiNet's best holiday picks.
Fine dining is an integral part of the mountain experience, and now so are gourmet food festivals. Here's a taste of this years tastings...
Bad boot fits are like bad marriages--experts estimate that nearly 80 percent off all bad fits could be avoided if skiers and snowboarders started out with a better match.
Before making the annual rounds this Christmas, Santa Claus persuaded a few of his pals to take some runs down the ski slopes at Snowshoe, WV this December.
An unexplained fire destroyed a food and beverage building at Snowshoe Mountain Resort, WV early New Year's Day but caused little disruption to resort operations.
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