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Andrew Barfield To Head Snow Sports At Snowbasin

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Andrew Barfield Snowbasin

Utah’s Snowbasin Resort has named Andrew Barfield as its new Snow Sports Director.

 

Telluride Blues & Brews Festival Returns Sept. 12-14

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Blues & Brews Festival (Facebook/Telluride.blues)

The annual Telluride Blues and Brews Festival comes to the Telluride Town Park, Sept. 12-14. The weekend offers music, craft beer breweries, kids’ activities, food. Click here for full schedule

 

Aspen Employees 'Shape Up' For Newly Required Fitness Tests

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Aspen Mall

Things are literally “shaping up” for the ski season at Aspen and several other resorts. Employees are getting ready for newly required fitness tests that start Oct. 1.

Schenectady's Maple Ski Ridge Stays Viable With Off-Seaon Events, Activities, Family Support

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Maple Ski Ridge summer

Maple Ski Ridge on Mariaville Road, Schenectady, New York, is just a scant 10-minute drive from General Electric’s main plant and offices.The small ski area has managed to stay in business for more than a half-century by providing several off-season activities for what has been a very loyal clientele. 

 

RealSkiers: Tips To Avoid Fall Ski Sale Sins And Snafus

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on Thursday, 28 August 2014
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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. 

 

Decision Delayed In Park City Lawsuit; New Court Hearing Set Sept. 3

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Park City Mountain Resort

No decision was reached today (Aug. 27) at a court hearing where a bond amount was expected to be set in the ongoing legal dispute between Park City Mountain Resort and Talisker Land Holdings/Vail Resorts. Instead, the hearing will resume next Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 1:30 p.m. 

 

Oktoberfest Arrives Early To Nashoba Valley Sept. 5-7

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Oktoberfest Nashoba Valley (Facebook)

Nashoba Valley’s Oktoberfest celebration will be held Sept. 5-7, complete with “Munich-Style” entertainment, contests, food, and beer.

 

Waterville Valley To Host Pinnacle Bike Championship Sept. 19-20

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Waterville Valley hosts Pinnacle Bike Championship (waterville.com)

The inaugural Pinnacle Bike Championship will be held at New Hampshire’s Waterville Valley Resort, Sept. 19-20, rain or shine.

 

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

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Fly fishing museum wisc.

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.

 

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