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More Mountain Festivals: Midwest

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More summer festivals in the midwest.

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.

First to Open Rivalry Brews in the Midwest

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Both Wild Mountain, MN, and Ski Brule, MI, are claiming bragging rights as the first to open in Midwest. Open off-and-on since early November, both will open for the season this weekend.

Lutsen, MN, Targets Spring Skiers with Snow Guarantee

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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.

City Shops Kick Off Late Summer Sales

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Traditional Labor Day sales have disappeared in most Eastern and Midwestern markets, but are alive and strong in Seattle, Detroit, Pittsburgh, and wherever the Gart-Oshman's-Sportmart banner flies.

2004 SKI MAGAZINE GOLD MEDAL SHOPS

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Ski shops play a critical role in the enjoyment of our sport.

Mt. Holiday No Go

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Earlier this fall the good news in Michigan was that Sugar Loaf Resort would reopen for skiing in 2001-2002. The bad news is that Mt. Holiday will close.

Midwest's Newest Ski Area Opens

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Mt. Bohemia, MI had its highly anticipated opening over New Year's Weekend. The mountain boasts a series of rocky chutes, skiable glades, and 900 vertical feet of terrain, the most in the Midwest.

Season Pass Super Sale

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Act now, if you want to get a real bargain on next season's ski pass. Resorts across the country are offering mega-discounted season passes for a limited time only, so browse our regional guide and get your pass now.

Oktoberfest in the High Country

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Several North American ski resorts celebrate the great German tradition of Oktoberfest with Bavarian music, food, dancing and of course, plenty of beer.

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