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Major Overhaul Set For Wildcat Snowmaking; Miles Of New Pipe, Guns

Wildcat snowmaking expansionMajor improvements to the snowmaking plant at New Hampshire's Wildcat Mountain are expected to “dramatically improve the snowmaking efficiency and output of New England’s only ski area entirely situated within National Forest Service land.”
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Aspen Mountain Re-Opens For Spring Skiing Memorial Day Weekend

Aspen Spring Skiing

Thanks to a number of spring storms and a deep snow pack on Ajax Mountain, Aspen is spinning the lifts for skiing and snowboarding Memorial Day Weekend. 


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Pats Peak To Host Mountain Bike Festival June 14-15

2013 Pats Peak Mountain Bike Festival (patspeak.com)

Pats Peak Ski Area in Henniker, N.H., is the site of the 13th annual Mountain Bike Festival June 14-15, 2014. Riders from all over New England will be participating.

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Adventure Park, Skyride, Events Highlight Mt. Sunapee Summer/Fall Season

Mt. Sunapee Adventure Park

New Hampshire’s Mount Sunapee Resort is set for a full summer and fall activity and event schedule. 

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Spring Skiing From Coast To Coast This Weekend

Mammoth Mountain

The spring skiing and riding season rolls on with eight areas turning lifts this weekend.


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Loon Mt. Summer Season Opens Memorial Day Weekend; Family Activities

Loon Mt. spring on the Pemi

Summer begins for Loon Mt. in Lincoln, N.H. Memorial Day Weekend, and continues weekends through June 15 when daily operations begin.

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Arapahoe Basin Extending Ski And Ride Season Through June 8

A Basin Extends Season

After receiving two feet of snow out of the latest spring storm to hit the Rockies, Arapahoe Basin Ski Area will extend Colorado’s 2013-14 ski and ride season through at least the first week of June. 


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Young Bear Can’t Get Enough Of Heavenly’s Good Life

Heavenly the Bear

News reports out of Lake Tahoe, Calif. tell of a year-old black bear who can’t seem to keep himself away from life at Heavenly Ski Resort. Now he’s headed to an animal sanctuary or zoo.

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Utah Symphony Returns To Deer Valley; Texas Tenors, Kenny Rogers, More

Deer Valley Summer Concerts

2014 marks the 11th year the Utah Symphony has made Deer Valley Resort their summer home at the Deer Valley Music Festival. Concerts begin July 4 featuring the Texas Tenors and end Aug. 9 with the Ben Folds Orchestral Experience. 

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Terrain To Increase At Camden, Maine; Events Set In Mid Atlantic

Shawnee Celtic Festival

Landon Fake, general manager of the Camden Snow Bowl in Maine, told SnoCountry.com that skier terrain will increase from 45 to 60 acres, and a new triple chair will increase uphill capacity 20 percent. 

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Burton, Mt. Hood Meadows To Offer Year-Round Learn To Ride Programs

Riglet Park Mt. Hood Meadows

Burton Snowboards and Mt. Hood Meadows have entered into a partnership that will bring year-round, youth-focused learn to ride programs to Oregon. The package includes a Snowboarding physical education program for elementary school kids and a permanent Riglet Park.

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Light Up The Night With Whistler’s AlpenGlow Fun Run May 17

Whistler Alpen Glow Fun Run

Whistler’s Great Outdoors Festival (GO Fest) features AlpenGlow, a family-friendly fun run Sat., May 17, 8 p.m. Runners are encouraged to light up the night with brightly colored clothing, face paint, anything that glows in the dark.This is the inaugural year of the spring fest.

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Long Trail Century Ride June 21 To Benefit Vermont Adaptive Ski And Sports

Long Trail Century Ride

The fourth annual Long Trail Century Ride returns to Vermont Sat., June 21. Cyclists of all abilities can ride a 100-, 60-, or 20-mile course that begins and ends at the Long Trail Brewery in Bridgewater Corners.


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Ski New Hampshire Hires Jessyca Keeler As Executive Director


Conway, NH resident Jessyca Keeler has been selected by Ski New Hampshire's board of directors to serve as Executive Director for Ski New Hampshire. 


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Stowe’s Golf Courses Ready To Open For May Play

STowe Country Club

The Stowe Country Club opens May 10 for their summer/fall season. The country club is located in the Village of Stowe and is only half of the 36 holes of golf offered by Stowe Mountain Resort. 

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North America’s Oldest Triple Chair To Be Replaced At Gore; N.Y. Areas Announce Plans

Windham Endless Winter Jam pileupGore Mountain in New York’s southern Adirondacks, managed by the state’s Olympic Regional Development Authority, will retire North America’s oldest triple chair. The Adirondack Express will give way this summer to a new, $6 million high-speed detachable quadruple lift.

The Adirondack Express II is not the only ORDA upgrade on the docket, as the office of Governor Andrew Cuomo said that an Albany construction firm will soon start rebuilding the Whiteface Mountain Veterans Memorial Highway, near Lake Placid.

The eight-mile road from the Town of Wilmington, open from May to October, brings visitors to the summit of the state’s fifth highest peak. The highway has fallen into disrepair over the years, but an expenditure of $11 million is expected to fix that, as well as related infrastructure.

On the other side of New York, Holiday Valley, near Buffalo, has opened the front nine holes of its golf course, and is just waiting for the rest of the layout to dry before offering all 18 holes.
Also, Holiday Valley’s Sky High Adventure Park opens May 2; the three-pool complex welcomes guests beginning May 24; a multitude of events dot the calendar from June to November, which can be found on their website.

While visitors are enjoying all these activities, summer improvements will take place, such as snowmaking enhancements, trail work and upgrades to the Inn at Holiday Valley.

Windham Mountain, in the Catskills, opened their golf course, the Windham Country Club, April 25 after rebuilding four holes that were ruined by Hurricane Irene in August 2011.

Windham is offering a combination pass for 2014-2015, which includes an unlimited membership at the country club and Mountaineer Series.

Stock-piled snow will be used for Windham’s Endless Winter Rail Jam May 24. There will be an Independence Day party July 4; the UCI Windham (mountain biking) World Cup Aug. 9-10; Oktoberfest Sept. 6; and the Ahimsa Yoga and Music Festival Oct. 4-5.

Photo: Windham Mt. piles up snow for May 24 Endless Winter Rail Jam (Windham/Facebook)

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Audubon Continues Stowe’s Spruce Peak Sustainable Community Certification

Spruce Peak at StoweSpruce Peak at Stowe Mountain Resort has retained its designation as a "Certified Audubon Sustainable Community" through the Audubon International Sustainable Communities Program.
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Sugarbush Re-Opens May 3-4 For Skiing, Golf; Lifts Also Spin At Killington, Jay, Sugarloaf

Sugarbush springSugarbush Resort will re-open this weekend Saturday, May 3 and Sunday, May 4. The resort expects to have 18 trails to ski via the Super Bravo and Heaven’s Gate lifts. But, Sugarbush is not alone. Both Killington and Jay Peak in Vermont continue to spin lifts as does Sugarloaf in Maine.
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Bill Marolt Receives Recognition Award From SIA

Bill MaroltBill Marolt, recently retired president and CEO of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association received the Snow Sports Recognition Award from SnowSports Industries America (SIA).
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Former Olympian Set To Be Hall Of Fame Development Director

Stacey WooleyStacey Wooley, a member of the U.S. Biathlon Team in the 1998 Winter Olympics at Nagano, Japan has been named development director for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame.
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