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What’s New in Aspen & Snowmass, Colorado?

The new mountain improvements for the 2008/2009 winter season extend the capabilities of the second largest ski resort in the nation, in providing skiing challenges and transportation to its numerous guests. The new Sheer Bliss quad chair lift extends the skiable area by 700 acres of black-diamond glades and easy-going blue regions. The new lift […]

March 26, 2009

US Freeskiing Open Comes To Copper

If you happen to be looking at your calendar and are free the weekend of February 26 – March 1, 2009, you are in luck. That weekend, Copper Mountain is hosting the 12th Annual US Freeskiing Open. Basically, if you are in attendance, you will get to see some of the country’s top amateur skiers […]

February 4, 2009

200 Inches!

I was messing about on the internet today and heard tell of an absolutely ludicrous amount of snow that had recently dumped on Crested Butte. Over 200 inches of the white stuff has fallen there this season. As I read about it, I felt a tug on my heart strings. For you see, when I […]

January 28, 2009

A Pleasant Powder Surprise

What a glorious weekend it was, ski fans. It was powder, powder and more powder last Saturday at Winter Park and I was on hand with my crew to turn the party out. Last week was a warm on in the city and I was none too pleased about it. I’m not sure about you, […]

January 28, 2009

Wishing For The Sticks

Hello again winter sports enthusiasts! I’m back and have some yarns to spin about last weekend. Dedicated readers (is it possible to have cultivated a committed readership with a two post history?) will recall that I took last weekend off from skiing and went snowmobiling in the great state of Wyoming. I was feeling a […]

January 22, 2009

The Copper Kid

Hello Ski Coupons enthusiasts! It was a roller coaster weekend for me as I traversed the great state of Colorado. Friday night I went to a friend’s holiday party (belated I know) in Fort Collins. I don’t get up that way terribly too often, but thought it would be a fun distraction from the hustle […]

January 14, 2009

Hot Mess at Mary Jane

I would think that for the casual visitor, this is the first time you have heard from me on this site. My name is Adam Nace and I am your new source for all things new, pertinent and off beat in the ski industry. As far as introductions go, I can tell you this: I […]

January 7, 2009

The North Face Masters of Snowboarding

It’s ON in 2009 at Snowbird, Crested Butte, and Kirkwood! The North Face Masters of Snowboarding will be the seasons largest big mountain snowboarding series in the USA in 2009, with take-home cash of $45,000 up for grabs. Now in its 2nd year, the three-stop tour is designed to cater to the motivation, talent and

January 6, 2009

Bridger Bowl Ski Area

If you had to pick just one mountain to visit this winter—or any other—it ought to be Bridger Bowl Ski Area, in Bozeman, Montana. Why? Because you’ve never seen a ridge line, bowls or chutes like this before! Yes, there are beginner and intermediate runs, plenty of them, and a terrain park, too. And all […]

January 6, 2009

Golden Eagle Resort in Stowe, Vermont

As East Coast alpine destinations go, Stowe, Vermont is pretty close to the top. The mountain is impressive—by any standard—and the countryside is breathtakingly beautiful. With a vertical drop of nearly 2,200 feet, nearly 30 FEET of snow per year, and some 39 miles of trails, Stowe is too busy setting trends to apologize for […]

December 30, 2008

Powder House Ski & Snowboard

If you’re headed to Lake Tahoe for a winter mountain vacation, Powder House Ski & Snowboard is your connection for the best of everything! Everything? Yes, everything. The very latest ski rentals and snowboard demos, highly trained, certified techs, equipment rentals, tune-ups, custom foot beds … Everything! Powder House has seven locations all around South […]

December 29, 2008

Sunday River, Maine

Here’s one for the books. Turns out that there’s this place in Maine that has eight peaks and 2.300 vertical feet from the parking lot to the highest of the peaks. Pretty smart cookies, those guys! Ya, just know it’s gonna get cold that far up, but who knows about the snow, right? So they […]

December 29, 2008

Boyne Mountain Rail Jam

The Inn at Bay Harbor – In celebration of 60 years of winter fun at Boyne Mountain, we are holding a rail jam open to skiers and snowboarders of all ages. If you like to slide, grind, and spin on rails, this event is for you. The event will be held on the newly expanded […]

December 29, 2008

Ski Vacation Snow Report Roundup

If you are planning on an early season ski vacation then you have been shouting at the Weather Channel to, “Let It Snow!”  What a difference a week makes! In early December skiers and resorts were singing the blues, with limited snow cover, and temperatures too warm to even make snow. In a snap the […]

December 18, 2008

The Village at Squaw Valley

If you’re looking for an all-in-one location with awesome skiing, close-in accommodations, lots of fun and food for kids and adults alike, the Village at Squaw Valley is what you’re after! First there’s the mountain itself, with all of the challenges any advanced skier or jibber could want, as well as beginners’ slopes for gentle […]

December 18, 2008