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

U.S. Ski & Snowboard Announces Olympic Freeski Team


Slopestyle skiers Maggie Voisin, Gus Kenworthy and Nick Goepper are among the 15 athletes nominated to the Olympic Freeski Team. (Sarah Brunson/U.S. Ski & Snowboard)

A strong and deep U.S. Olympic Freeskiing Team is headed to PyeongChang for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.

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Getting To Wachusett Mountain Just Got Even Easier


Plenty of room for gear on the ski train coach, now running Wednesday nights, too. (Wachusett)

Massachusett’s Wachusett is even more accessible than ever this winter thanks to expanded cooperative programs this season with travel partners the MBTA Commuter Rail, ZIPCar and Uber.

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Snow King Activities Expanding; Avi Beacon Area Added


Snow King sits at edge of town. (Snow King/Facebook)

A three-year makeover at Snow King works to transform the struggling Jackson Hole town hill into a full-blown winter playground for locals and visitors alike.

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Best Midwest Ski Resorts For Fat Tire Snow Biking


Fat tire bikers at Crystal Mountain have over 11 miles of groomed trails. (Crystal Mountain)

Fat tire biking, popular at western and eastern ski resorts, has been gaining traction in the Midwest. Ski resorts in Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula and northern Minnesota are now offering rentals and trails to ride. Check it out. 

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City Shreddin': Denver’s Free Terrain Park Cranks Up


Flyin' high over city of Denver. (Ruby Hill Railyard/Facebook)

For the 12th year, the nation’s best-known urban terrain park has opened at Ruby Hill Park in downtown Denver.

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Raising Rippers: Tips For Teaching Snowsports To Kids


Keeping it fun at Shawnee Peak. (Shawnee Peak/Facebook)

As a skier who taught two sons to ski and then had the youngest son and a grandson take their first lessons in children’s programs, I know there is no one best way or age for all children to learn a snowsport.

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‘Thunder’ And ‘Bolt’ Add To Berkshire East Trail Count And Views


New trail Thunder cruises under the mountain coaster. (Berkshire East/Facebook)

Now with the most terrain in Massachusetts, Berkshire East cut two new trails last summer that bring sweeping views of the Berkshires, accessible for even the resort’s newest skiers and riders.

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Woodward To Take Flight Near Park City


In the Woodward park at Copper. (Woodward Copper/Facebook)

In a bit of an ironic twist, the former owner of Park City Mountain will build a Woodward action sports facility north of the city – a project originally planned for the base of the Utah ski and snowboard mountain.

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King Pine’s Top Notch Snowmaking


It's a prefect time to hit the trails at King Pine. (King PIne)

With fresh snow falling, the January thaw is a distant memory at New Hampshire’s King Pine. Joining the groomer’s work making for great snow surfaces, snowmakers fired up across the mountain this week.

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SnoCountry SnoCast: Winter Returns to the West


Snow has been below average for parts of the West but this week features a big change. (Brighton Resort/Facebook)

A much colder and snowier weather pattern returns to the West with feet of snow while the East warms up with more mixed precipitation.

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