From Utah to Colorado, Michigan, New York, Vermont, Maine and numerous slopes in between, Santa delivered a White Christmas Powder Day!
Stoneham's newest lift. (Stoneham)
Santa Claus himself will deliver the Éclipse to Quebec's Stoneham Mountain Resort’s snow lovers Dec. 23. This new lift, a new fixed-grip quad with a loading conveyor belt, replaces the double lift La Bordée and the T-bar Le Chinook, respectively 50 and 32-year-old equipment.
Midwest resorts are in prime location to pick up several inches of snow and keep it around. (Boyne Highlands/Facebook)
Cold air dominates most of the United States and Canada through Christmas, leading to favorable conditions for snowfall in many areas.
Snowbird's revamped base lodge feeds the pow' soul. (Snowbird/Facebook)
A couple of high-speed chairlifts, upgrades to base lodges and the end of night skiing in Park City make the list of top improvements at ski and snowboard resorts in Utah.
Presidential views at Bretton Woods. (Bretton Woods/Facebook)
Skiers and riders at New Hampshire’s largest ski area will be taking to the slopes in a new eight-passenger gondola at Bretton Woods, landing at a new mountainside restaurant.
Join Santa for a run down the slopes. (Shanty Creek)
It's been a good start to the Midwest ski season, and a major snowstorm is forecast for Christmas. Several Heartland resorts have plans to celebrate the season. Santa is bringing the snow get out and celebrate.
Snowmaking is currently on hold, but natural and man-made snow have left Bromley in great shape. (Bromley/Facebook)
A fire in Bromley’s Primary Pump House occurred during the night of December 16 and early morning December 17. It began with an electrical fault, and local fire departments responded. No one was injured in the incident at the southern Vermont resort.
Until Ski Hesperus turns on lights, Purg will stay lit. (Ski Hesperus/Facebook)
Being business partners has its benefits, especially in times of little snow, as with Purgatory Mountain Resort cranking up night skiing and riding until local-hill partner Ski Hesperus receives enough to turn on its lifts and lights.
Wachusett's guns are blazing. (Wachusett)
With ideal snowmaking temperatures Wednesday and Thursday, Wachusett Mountain has jumped to more than 70 percent of its terrain now open and plans to be close to 100 percent by Monday.