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

What’s In A Disclaimer? Park City Mountain Resort Pass Buyers Hope ‘Nothing’

Park City Mountain Resort

A troubling dispute between Utah’s Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) and Talisker Land Holdings, LLC, owners of Canyons, has resulted in a disclaimer on PCMR season pass purchases.


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Werner Joins SnoCountry Ski Areas Association As Sales Representative

Rob Werner, whose career has spanned the snow sports industry, film production, cable, and new media, has been named Advertising Representative for the West and Midwest regions for SnoCountry Ski Areas Association.

Werner is an experienced sales and marketing representative with an extensive background in production and business development. He most recently served as Director of Advertising Sales for Vail Resorts’ Mountain News for its OnTheSnow website and mobile products.


“Rob is well-known and respected throughout the ski and snowboard industry and we are very excited he is joining the team at SnoCountry Ski Areas Association,” said SnoCountry President Tom Cottrill. “Rob’s experience will provide a significant benefit to our member resorts as they utilize our radio and television networks, Internet and email products to complement their marketing and advertising programs.”

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Warren Miller: Why Do You Live Where You Live?

San Juan Island Harbor

I am always interested in why people choose to live where they do. 


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Crankworx Mountain Bike Freeride Fest Rolls Into Les Deux Alpes July 9-15

Crankworx France

Crankworx, one of the biggest mountain biking competitions in the world rolls into Les Deux Alpes, France July 9-15, 2012. 


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It’s Father’s Day In The Mountains East To West

Father's Day Catch at the Ballpark

Give Dad a treat on “his” day, June 17, at ski resorts or areas around them. Here are a number of ways to help him celebrate mountain style.

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Believe It: They’re Skiing All Summer At Timberline

Timberline Lodge

With a couple of months of off-season already in the books, there are those among us who just can’t get rid of the downhill itch. The solution is Timberline.

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73-Year-Old Otsego Club In Michigan Will Only Open For Winter If Buyer In Place

Otsego Club

Otsego Club & Resort, one of the nation’s oldest private ski clubs, will only open next winter if a buyer or operator is in place.

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Wintergreen Acquired By Greenbriar Owner; Changes In The Wind


Change is in the wind at Wintergreen Resort where Jim Justice and his family-owned firm, James C. Justice Cos., Inc., is expected to close by June 30 on an acquisition of the financially troubled Virginia resort.


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PCSkiGal: Outside In Aspen Jumpstarts Her Summer

Aspen river rafting

Foggy head. It's either my allergies, lack of sleep, too many hours in a car or the stress of knowing it's time to get my butt in gear and get active outdoors. 


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Ski Industry Legend Herbert Schneider Dies At 92

Herbert Schneider

Herbert Schneider arrived with his family at Cranmore Ski Area in North Conway, N.H., in 1939 when he was 15 years old. The skiing and community legend has died of natural causes at the age of 92.


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Fast Exploding Wildfire Threatens Ski Apache, Ruidoso, N.M.

Ski Apache fire

UPDATE JUNE 12: Lots of progress yesterday and last night as weather (high winds) cooperated. The fire went from 0 to 30 percent contained, but firefighters warned it is still a very active dangerous fire. A direct line now surrounds Ski Apache.

What began as a small wildfire in rugged terrain just north of Ski Apache in southern New Mexico, mushroomed over the weekend into a wind-propelled blaze that threatened not only the ski area, but the popular resort community of Ruidoso.

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Colorado’s Echo Mountain On Auction Block Despite ‘Record-Breaking Season’

Echo Mt.

The story all winter out of Colorado’s Echo Mountain was about record-breaking revenues and plenty of snowfall. Now, the ski area is up for auction Aug. 2. Go figure.


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U.S. Will Host 33 World Cup Events Next Winner; Plan Ahead

Deer Valley Freestyle

The winter of 2012-13 brings an unprecedented number of International Ski Federation World Cup events the United States. Make your plans now to be on hand to see the top international snow sports competitors in the world.


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Bromley’s New Aerial Adventure Park To Open In July

Bromley Aerial Adventure Park

Construction is well underway on a new Aerial Adventure Park at southern Vermont’s venerable Bromley Mountain in Peru. Plans are for an early July opening.


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Peak Resorts Expands And Upgrades Two Midwest Ski Areas

Hidden Valley

Peak Resorts, which owns and operates six Midwest ski areas in Missouri, Indiana and Ohio, is spending several million dollars this summer expanding and remodeling two of the sites.  New jobs will be created with the expansion.

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PCSkiGal: Outside In Aspen Breathes Late Spring Life June 8-10

Outside in Apen

It's late spring in the mountains as I write this blog. A time traditionally referred to as Mudseason. 

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Busy Summer Ahead At Snowbird With New Lift, Recreation

Snowbird summer

There’ll be plenty of activity at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort in Utah during the off-season, highlighted by erection of a high-speed quad to replace the venerable Little Cloud chair.

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Be Careful In That Hot Tub: Bear Whacks Man At Whistler

Black bear

Isn’t anything safe? A man was literally whacked upside the head while soaking in a hot tub last weekend at Whistler Resort in British Columbia, according to local police.


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Jay Peak Momentum Continues: $30 Million In Upgrades Announced

Jay Peak Tram

The ink had hardly dried on a deal for Jay Peak, Vermont owners to acquire Burke Mountain than Jay’s President Bill Stenger announced a $30 million improvement project at Jay for next winter.


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Views, Deals, Championship Courses Ready For Canadian Golf Season

Banff Springs Golf Club

Canada’s provinces, including Nova Scotia, Quebec, Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia, all have reasons to brag about the golf courses located at mountain resorts that host skiers and boarders in the winter.  

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