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Utah Deals for President's Day Weekend

Prices plummet as snow totals climb at Utah ski resorts.

SALT LAKE CITY, UT - February 13, 2009 - A streak of winter storms has pummeled Utah ski and snowboard resorts creating epic conditions for President's Day snowriders. In addition to healthy helpings of The Greatest Snow on Earth, Utah resorts are offering exceptional discounts on spring skiing starting now throughout the remaining season. Recent "airfare wars" have lowered many fares in/out of Salt Lake City International Airport, less than an hour drive from 11 Utah ski resorts. There has never been a better time to take a ski trip to Utah than now.

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.


Kangchenjunga Ski Expedition Update 5

Fredrick Ericsson and Jorgen Aamot wait on the weather to summit Kangchenjunga.

Base Camp Life

At the moment we are stuck in base camp and all we can do is to wait for the weather to change. I’m getting a bit of déjà vu from last year on Dhaulagiri. Acclimatization climbs passed by without any problems but as soon as I‘m ready for the summit the weather changes totally. Last year it was a week of snowfall that stopped me, this year the jet stream has taken over the mountain. For about a week now it’s been around 90 km/h wind up on 8000 meters and that is no place for us to be in those conditions.


Sierra-at-Tahoe Outlines 2008/2009 Season Improvements

Highlights Include Innovative Technology, New Green Initiatives, Affordable Value Options

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Start thinking winter because http://www.sierraattahoe.com/index.asp target=_blank>Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort is gearing up for what the Farmer’s Almanac is predicting will be an above average snow year. With an annual average of 480 inches of snow, an above average year means plenty of powder days to come. Here’s what else is coming at Sierra Resort this winter.



*NEW* Interactive Radar

Battle of the Build: June Tram Progress

With just 6 months to go, Jackson Hole is making good progress on their new tram. Get the update for June 2008, including the scoop on a glass wall through which guests can see the inner workings of the tram.

North Face Masters Comp Arrives at Alyeska

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Epic snow conditions and $45,000 tour prize purse attract snowboarders from around the globe to Alaska for the final stop on the only big mountain snowboarding tour in North America

Super-Size your Sunday

Super-Size your Sunday

With "Super Sized" snow, Breckenridge and Keystone offer $79 "Super Size" Sunday Lodging deal to extend your ski day into a mini-vacation.

National Safety Week at Squaw Valley USA (Jan 19-25)

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'Steep N Deep': Free Avalanche Awareness Clinic Friday, Jan 18

Bretton Woods, NH Opens For The Ski Season

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Ski for free at Bretton Woods.

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