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The latest news, deals, and events from ski resorts throughout North America.

Midwest Ski Areas Hit Significant Milestones In 2016

Mt. HollyTerry Peak, South Dakota, opened in 1936, and celebrates 80 years this year. It opened the same year as Sun Valley in the west and Bromley Mountain in the east, both credited with kicking off the North American ski resort industry. Terry Peak, with a 1,100-foot vertical drop, largest in the Heartland, offers true mountain skiing. Located in the Black Hills, it tops out near 7,000 feet.  

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Lower Midwest Ski Areas Scheduling Fun February Events And Clinics

Snow Trails Winter Carnival bikini raceThree lower Midwest ski areas have some fun events coming up later this month. Clinics, family festivals and the Heartland’s first winter carnival take place in February.

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Ski The Sea At Camden Snow Bowl; Expansion Underway

Camden Snow Bowl toboggansYou might not expect to find a challenging little ski area nestled into the rocky coast of Maine, but the Camden Snow Bowl offers the best of both worlds for those who can’t decide between a seaside and mountain getaway. Camden is the only ski area in the country that features views of the Atlantic from its lifts and trails.

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Steamboat To Go High-Speed Mid-Mountain; Adds Summer Fun

Steamboat kidsA frequent logjam for skiers and riders at Steamboat Mountain will get some relief, as the northern Rockies resort announced an upgrade for the Elkhead chairlift. Work is set for summer.

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Vonn Hangs On To Lead Over Lara Gut Despite 3rd Place Super G

Lara Gut wins super GThe battle for the overall World Cup title heated up again on a warm, springlike day at the Audi FIS Ski World Cup as Switzerland’s Lara Gut got the best of Lindsey Vonn in Sunday’s Kandahar super G at Garmisch, Germany

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Winter, Polartec Big Air To Hit Northeast This Week; Warm up In West

ForecastWinter will make a brief return to the Northeast this week, as the weather pattern flips from East to West. 

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Trip Report: No Mountain Does More Than Copper

Copper Mt. bowls

I pulled into the Copper Mountain parking lot at 8:30 a.m. with minus-8 temps on a midweek road trip -- Summit County crackling' cold. Not many others were there that early, likely because of the cold and that there had been two days since new snow fell.

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Steamboat’s Howelsen Hill Sliding Downhill Endangering Historic Ski Jump

Howelson Hill SteamboatPersistent slumping on the slopes of Howelsen Hill in Steamboat Springs have ski jumpers, youth racers, town officials and history buffs worried that a piece of American skiing’s past may be slip-slidin’ away.

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