Don't let the location fool you. Crystal Springs Resort, an extensive four-season resort destination in New Jersey, is home to Mountain Creek, one of the Mid-Atlantic's most popular ski areas.
Winter Storm Titan has dropped ample amounts of new snow in the mid-Atlantic region at a time of the season when prices start rolling back.
Go skiing this weekend. Most western states will have fresh powder!
Colorado: Snow will fall Friday night through Sunday. The deepest accumulations will be in the southern and central mountains (south of I-70), though all mountains will see snow. Saturday is a storm day and Sunday is a pow day.
Tahoe: Another 6-12 inches on through Friday night on top of the 6-12+ that's already fallen. If you missed Friday’s snow, go get some on Saturday morning.
Utah: Enjoy the new snow Friday, and again on Saturday!
Northwest: Light snow and chilly this weekend, then stronger storms next week with rising snow levels.
New England: Light snow and chilly this weekend. Then a strong storm on Monday for southern New England and the Mid Atlantic.
Click here to read more about the snow forecast. Then go out and ski it!
It’s been powder day after power day as the third snowiest February on record has dropped 160 inches of snow on Stevens Pass, Washington.
Spring is a great time to ski and ride and a pair of Lower Michigan ski resorts just made it even more appealing.
Thor Verdonk has a great job. He’s based in Utah’s Park City and skis upwards of 80 days a season. He says the majority of his slope-time is spent “product testing.” As the director of alpine products for Rossignol, Verdonk keeps a close eye on ski technology and development, and much of the ski maker’s focus lately is aimed at improving the overall experience for beginners and experts alike.
Multiple storms will hit the west Wednesday through the weekend with Powder Days in Colorado and Utah.
Here is a quick look:
Colorado: Snow likely Thursday and Thursday night, then a stronger storm Friday night through Saturday night focused on the southern half of the state. Powder days: Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Tahoe: Two storms this week with snow down to lake level. Best powder days on Thursday, then Friday afternoon and/or Saturday morning.
Utah: Two storms with mountain snow and valley rain. Best powder on Thursday and Saturday, maybe Sunday morning as well.
Northwest: Mostly dry this week, with a better chance for heavy snow late this weekend or next week. Very cold air arrives this weekend.
New England: Consistently cold but no major snow storms on the horizon.
Stop doing work and read more from our team of snow freaks.
Ski areas across Michigan’s UP are hosting plenty of fun March events starting this weekend, and most are offering lift and lodging packages as well. Check them out.
ROSA KHUTOR, Russia (Feb. 22) – The dramatic conclusion of alpine skiing at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games Saturday featured an impressive 13th by USA’s Nolan Kasper (Warren, VT) to top the results for Team USA during an incredibly difficult slalom finale.
Ted Ligety (Park City, UT) skied into sixth place in his first run and put forth a heroic effort to tame the wild course, but he missed a gate and went out halfway through his second run. Five of the top eight skiers did not finish their second run on the deteriorating snow, while Austria’s Mario Matt was able to piece together a gold medal run.
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Photo: Nolan Kasper at Kitzbuhel slalom (Doug Haney/USST)
Early March should bring much-needed snow relief for California and Oregon. The snowpack in this area is only 30-40% of average, but multiple storms should dump above average precipitation late next week through the first week of March.
Rosa Khutor, Russia (Feb. 21): American Mikaela Shiffrin won the gold medal in the women's slalom Friday night at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
The Gist: Stormy weather will continue across the US for at least the next two weeks!
ROSA KHUTOR, Russia (Feb. 18) – Mikaela Shiffrin (Eagle-Vail, CO) skied to fifth Tuesday during her first-ever Olympic appearance at the women’s giant slalom of the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games.
Heavy rain pelted the 18-year-old World Champion during her second run, but she reigned in a world-class performance to land in the top five behind gold winner Tina Maze of Slovenia. Shiffrin, a slalom specialist, goes for a medal in that discipline Friday.
Sochi, Russia — All the injuries, surgeries, sickness, training interruptions, frustrations and equipment changes came rushing out of Andrew Weibrecht Sunday, Feb. 16. The initial, physical outpouring came in the run of his life down the super-G course at Rosa Khutor.