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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.
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.
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.
Ski shops play a critical role in the enjoyment of our sport.
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.
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.
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.
Several North American ski resorts celebrate the great German tradition of Oktoberfest with Bavarian music, food, dancing and of course, plenty of beer.
SkiNet and SKI Magazine have scoured the globe to bring you more of the year's best bargains on skiing, lodging, and dining this ski season.
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