The Aspen Art Museum (AAM) and Aspen Skiing Company continue their lift pass collaboration for the 2015–16 ski season.
Pats Peak holds its annual Octoberfest celebration in conjunction with its Ski Team Ski and Snowboard Sale, Sun., Nov. 1.
New Hampshire’s Mount Sunapee is having a flash sale for its “3 For All” ticket package from Oct. 13-Oct. 31 only. Skiers/riders of all ages can purchase three unrestricted lift tickets for $169.
From a stroll in the haunted forest to great pumpkin races, shred ‘til you’re dead jam and a Halloween party in a wilderness cabin, a handful of Heartland ski resorts have some haunting good fun planned this Halloween. Some of it even starts earlier. Get your ghoul on.
New this year at the Boston Ski & Snowboard Expo is the SIA Nordic Village with "The Biathlon Experience" including actual laser rifle and target and daily competitions, plus introductory tryouts of cross country skiing and snowshoeing using real equipment on Astro Turf track. Nordic Village is especially popular with youngsters ready for fun new experiences on snow.
Copper Mountain complements its beginner terrain-based teaching with the return of Ski and Ride University. Ski and Ride U offers newbies 18 years or older a hassle-free way to give skiing or snowboarding a try.
It’s no secret that last season was difficult for ski and snowboard operations in the Pacific Northwest, given a record low in snowfall and persistent above-freezing temperatures into midseason.
Ski NH presented awards to Tom Day, Rob Nadeau and Sen. Jeanie Forrester based on their contributions to skiing and the tourism industry in the state. The awards were given at the Ski NH annual meeting at the Mountain View Grand Hotel in Whitfield recently.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) announced the promotion of Grand Prix Tour Director Eric Webster to senior director of events. He has worked full time with the USSA for over 10 years, serving as Grand Prix tour director since 2004. In his new role, Webster will be responsible for the management and implementation of all the USSA’s elite event properties.
The legendary Colorado ski community of Aspen has been selected as the 2016 site of the induction ceremony and Skiing History Week for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame. The week of April 5-10, 2016 will feature skiing, skiing history presentations, awards ceremonies, a film festival and first tracks with Hall of Famers.