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The latest news, deals, and events from ski resorts throughout North America.

Which Ski Area Was The First? Depends Upon Your Definition …

Early-Ski-Powder

Always powder in the early days. (International Ski History Association)

National Ski Areas Association recently published a list of when ski areas opened. Nonetheless, the debate over which hill gets to claim the title continues.

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Flagstaff To Albuquerque: Explore A Trio Of I-40 Resorts

Flagstaff To Albuquerque: Explore A Trio Of I-40 Resorts

The Sandia Tramway offers a different way to get to the skiing and riding. (Sandia Tramway/Facebook)

Interstate 40 is the main thoroughfare between Flagstaff and Albuquerque – and its also the route to a trio of lesser-known skiing and riding resorts along the southernmost tier of the Rocky Mountains.

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Tramways To The Top Highlight Summertime In The Mountains

Tramways To The Top Highlight Summertime In The Mountains

Snowbird tram glides above the Utah resort. (Snowbird/Facebook)

At U.S. ski and snowboard resorts, nearly a dozen aerial tramways keep running during the summer, ascending to high-mountain perches where the views are unparalleled.

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Visions Of El Nino Mean Dreams Of Powder Days In Southwest

Arizona Snobowl snowmakingForecasters say it may take a bit for the El Niño pattern to settle into a southerly flow, but the southern-tier resorts of New Mexico and Arizona have already cranked up for this season – with upgrades all around.

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New Mexico Skier Visits Surge To Nearly 1M Skiers, Riders; Ski Apache Doubles Visits

Ski ApachePeriods of heavy, concentrated snowfall and consistently cold temperatures this past winter brought more than 900,000 skiers and snowboarders to the New Mexico mountains.

 

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Sandia Peak Finally Open Weekends As March Comes In Like Lion For New Mexico Spring Break

Sandia PeakThe storms in February tended to swing toward the south, putting smiles on powder hounds in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico – and finally getting Albuquerque's Sandia Peak open.

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New Kachina Peak Lift Rises At Taos Ski Valley; Other N.M. Resorts Make News

New lifts at Taos Kachina Peak

The lift towers are in, the cables set to be strung, and the buzz around Taos Ski Valley’s new chairlift to Kachina Peak is palpable.

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Get Ski, Snowboard Fever Throughout West During January; Special Deals

Learning at A-Basin

Here’s a New Year’s resolution to work on: Take to the slopes to learn to ski or ride at any of dozens of winter resorts in the Rockies, Sierras and Cascades.

 

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New Mexico's Sandia Peak Succumbs To Snow Shortage; Closes Down Feb. 18

Sandia Peak

The first casualty of a low-snow year in sections of the Rockies is Sandia Peak, which shut down its lifts on Presidents Day.

 

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