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Over the weekend a snowstorm blew through Vermont, Maine, and New Hampshire revitalizing the slopes with up to a foot of new snow.
Kirsten Clark returns to Sugarloaf to win an FIS Downhill; J.J. Johnson opens U.S. champs with victory in the men's race.
Cash-strapped American Skiing Co. has agreed to sell its Sugarbush resort in Vermont to an investment group for an undisclosed amount.
Austrian Benjamin Raich clinched the World Cup overall title over the weekend.
Northeastern resorts have benefited from a string of cold days and nights while many resorts in the Pacific Northwest and Rockies have postponed openings due to above average temperatures.
World Cup leader Janica Kostelic moved closer to the World Cup overall title, winning a slalom by more than a second, while Lindsey Kildow and Resi Steigler of the U.S. both finished in the top-10.
Weekend storms delivered much appreciated snow on both the East and West coasts, blessing many resorts with fresh powder for their up-coming openings.
Skiers and snowboarders encouraged to pre-purchase All For One passes to lock in price savings.
Resorts from Maine to California are abuzz with stories of fantastic early season conditions and more skier visits than the last few years. Should the trend continue, who knows what's in store for the ski industry and its patrons.
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