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Celebrate The Start Of Ski Season At Boston Expo


Ski Vermont has all the info you need for a green mountain getaway. (Martha Wilson)

Some 50,000 New Englanders are expected to pass through the Boston.com Ski & Snowboard Expo hall this weekend at the Seaport World Trade Center- and for good reason - making winter ski and snowboard plans, finding deals on family vacation packages, lift tickets, travel and ski/snowboard gear – much at Expo-only specials.

There is lots of live action from aerial trampoline exhibitions to fashion shows and a multi-media show highlighting extreme skiing action around the globe. In this Winter Olympic season, the Expo sets the stage to celebrate the U.S. Ski and Snowboard teams, capable of winning medals in all events in February.

The friendly Ski Maine staff is ready with deals and fresh apples. (Martha Wilson)

Visit Ski New Hampshire, Ski Vermont, Ski Maine, and Quebec Ski booths for info and fun activities.

All trails lead to fun at Ski New Hampshire. (Martha Wilson)

Ski and Snowboard Hall of Famer John Egan and Sugarbush Resort will host a colorful mixed media presentation showcasing some of the most famous extreme skiing footage ever captured on film. Egan’s “WHAT WERE THEY THINKING?” will showcase some of the most daring exploits on snow-covered mountains around the globe.

Going retro at Quebec Ski. (Quebec Ski/Facebook)

Plus the “I KNEW THAT—SKI TRIVIA GAME” on the High Country Stage presented by Mt. Snow - Kids can compete for prizes in this interactive fun game.

Launching at the Boston Ski Show. (Martha Wilson)

U.S. Resort Management will present the "Urban Freestyle Show" featuring talented ski and snowboard athletes performing high caliber pro tricks on a synthetic snow surface.

The All-Season Mountain Adventure Center brings the “Urban Freestyle Show” with video ski games, a bounce house for the little ones, bringing on the laughs and action for all ages.

Check out the trophy for the Audi FIS World Cup at Killington at the Killington booth. Martha Wilson)

“Never-evers” can pick up information that is especially for them—the best beginner packages, lists of essential gear, best prices on rentals and leases. Visit Country Ski & Sports First Timer Table and pick up info on the learn to ski programs available in your area or visit www.learntoskiandsnowboard.org for more information.

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