A nonprofit foundation has purchased the Antelope Butte ski and snowboard mountain in Wyoming and plans to reopen for business next season.
Groundhog Day (Feb. 2) may be one that skiers and snowboarders would like to relive day after day as an active storm track is set to move a pair of systems out of the Rockies and into the Upper Midwest, delivering potentially huge snowfall totals.
It’s been 50 years since the first chairlift began spinning at Jackson Hole Resort to bring skiers up Après Vous Mountain. A year later, in 1966, Jackson Hole’s aerial tramway began a climb some 4,000 vertical feet in its first accent to the summit of Rendezvous Mountain.
More than 75 local community organizations have benefitted through lift ticket and pass donations, cash, and event support and fundraising from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Most recently, JHMR contributed $16,000 to the Hole Food Rescue (HFR), the annual pledge that Couloir Restaurant has committed to through "1 percent for the Planet."
Labor Day weekend (Sept. 4 -7) means one very important thing to skiers and snowboarders: sales. There will be a number of mountain and city ski and sports shops hosting sales on equipment, clothing, and accessories.
Three airlines will be adding or expanding service to Jackson Hole this winter season. American Airlines adds two new markets, while United and Delta expand service from East Coast markets. The airport is a 30-minute drive to the resort.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) has announced further positive results relating to environmental goals and initiatives. The resort received its third ISO 14001 re-registration and exceeded its environmental goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions resort-wide by over 10 percent.
You’ve got a whole summer of warm weather around the corner, but just a precious few weeks left of winter skiing and riding, so why not head for the hills this college spring break and work on that goggle tan? SnoCountry.com has gathered up the country’s best spring break destinations for you and your buds, where there’s no danger of getting sand in your margarita.
Many ski resorts across North America have realized the importance of offering spa services to their guests. It’s the epitome of “me” time for women, men, couples and, increasingly, kids. The reasons: time off from skiing or boarding, a way to work off sore muscles or “just 'cause it's there.”
Not a lot can top a cold brew after a killer day on the hill. Last year, we celebrated Park City Mountain Resort’s 50th anniversary with a Golden Ale and Alta’s 75th with the Anniversary American Amber.