Swaps across the nation begin in early fall. Ski swaps offer a convenient and inexpensive way to fill in your current ski and snowboarding equipment or accessories. It's also a great place to try to sell some items you no longer need or want. &
For less than the price of a day ticket at a larger resort, skiers and riders can now upgrade their season pass at six local New England resorts to the Freedom Pass, which will offer unlimited access to each participating resort in N.H., Vermont, and
Just can’t wait for traditional winter openings, typically mid-November, to start skiing and riding? There are early-bird resorts that will start lifts in October thanks to advanced snowmaking, high elevations and a boost from Mother Nature. &nb
Earlier predictions by DestiMetrics that Western U.S. mountain resorts would have an all-time record-breaking summer have come true. DestiMetrics tracks occupancy and revenues in 19 western resort communities.
Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, the nonprofit that provides daily, year-round sports and recreation to people with disabilities, is seeking new volunteer ski and snowboard instructors for its winter programs at Sugarbush Resort in Warren, Bolton Valley in Bolton and Pico Mountain in Killington.
Among the many ways to define the boundary between good skiers and true masters is that the former tend to be obsessed with technique (the better to breach said boundary), while the latter rarely, if ever, think about it. We think about it often here at RealSkiers.com.
Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) in Park City, Utah, is joining the Vail Resorts Epic Pass, expanding the group of mountains offered on the season pass to 22 resorts and more than 32,000 acres of skiing and riding.
Vail Resorts announced today (Sept. 11) it has purchased Park City Mountain Resort for a reported $182.5 million in cash. With announcement of the sale, the extended legal battle between Powdr Corp. and Vail/Talisker is over.
SnowSports Industries America (SIA), the snow sports industry’s member-owned trade association, has released its 2014 Snow Sports Market Intelligence Report, covering the ups and downs of the 2013/2014 season.
The Snow Industry Letter (TSIL) is reporting this week that Skyline International Development Inc. of Toronto, Ontario, says it has entered into a binding agreement to buy Bear Valley Mountain Resort in the Central Sierra of California.