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RealSkiers: Tips To Avoid Fall Ski Sale Sins And Snafus

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Fall ski sales

If you’re a real skier, you suffer from a chronic condition caused by the Gottaski virus. One of the only forms of relief available in the late summer is attendance at a well-stocked Labor Day ski sale and even weeks beyond. Which is where I’ll be for the next five days, ministering to those in the greater Reno area who are terminally ill with Gottaski. 

 

Trip Report: Northern Wisconsin's Hayward, Cable Area Is An 'Outdoor Paradise'

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Song of Hiawatha,” Wadsworth’s epic poem about life in forests along the western Great Lakes, came to mind during my visit to the Hayward/Cable area of northern Wisconsin.

 

Already Dreamin’, Californians Can Pick Up Season Passes With Early-Season Discounts

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Snowboarding In Calif.

More than a dozen California ski and snowboard resorts have come out with early-season discounts on season passes, but each has a deadline for savings.

 

USA Pro Challenge: Aspen's Tejay van Garderen Defends Title In High Altitude Races

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van Garderen wins USA Pro Challenge '14

Aspen’s Tejay van Garderen, the top American in two of the last three Tours de France, is now the two-time defending USA Pro Challenge champion after a dominant performance in the world’s highest altitude professional cycling race in Colorado.

USA Pro Challenge: Van Garderen Back In Driver’s Seat Heading To Weekend Finale In Colorado

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USA Pro Challenge van Garderen On TopAspen’s Tejay van Garderen is back in command at the USA Pro Challenge cycling race – maybe a day later than he could have been – but still large and in charge heading toward the pivotal Vail Pass Time Trial on Saturday.

PCSkiGal: Find Your Fall Colors In Uinta National Forest

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Fall in the UintasYou can still roast in September in Salt Lake City. Temps have cooled off significantly thanks to the recent rains which leaves you with two reasons to head to the Uintas before it snows: Cool exposed climbing and vibrant fall colors.

Big Sales Across Country Await Buyers Labor Day Weekend

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Labor Day Tent Sale (Colorado Ski & Golf)

Labor Day weekend (Aug. 30-Sept. 1) means one very important thing to skiers and snowboarders: sales. There will be a wide number of mountain and cityside ski and sports shops hosting sales on equipment, clothing, and accessories.

 

Sugarbush Invests In Snowmaking Equipment, Lift Upgrades, Parking

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Sugarbush

Sugarbush Resort has invested over $4.5 million on improvements this summer in preparation for the upcoming winter.

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Hollywood Comes To Wachusett As Movie Crew Takes Over Mountain

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Wachusett Summer

Wachusett Mountain was the scene of a Hollywood movie production this week as the crew for the upcoming drama Sea of Trees were on hand for a day-long location shoot. 

 

Utah Resorts Cut Prices On Season Passes For Early Birds

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Utah powder

Last season, the 14 ski and snowboard resorts in the Utah mountains enjoyed one of the best snow years on record, and they are eager to keep the momentum going with early season pass sales.

 

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