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More Early Openings!

A huge number of mountain resorts across North America—from small ski areas to the biggest operations on the continent—have either already opened or plan to spin lifts by this weekend

Fatal Training Accident at Nakiska

French Alpine team skier David Poisson has died following a crash during training at Nakiska, the French skiing federation said in a statement on Monday. Poisson, 35, won the bronze medal in the downhill at the world championships in 2013. A...

Resorts opening early!

With more snow in the forecast for North America and Europe's getting dumped on, this is a great beginning to the ski season!

Canadians Train in Wind Tunnel

Getting the greenlight from his handlers, Manuel Osborne-Paradis stepped onto his skis mounted atop a platform and the clicks echoed throughout the cavernous and nearly empty wind tunnel testing centre.

Whistler Boosts Vail Resorts

Vail Resorts (VR) reported fiscal 2017 full-year results last week, including EBITDA (Net Profit + Interest + Taxes + Depreciation + Amortization) of $593 million. That represents growth of 31 percent compared to 2016, due in large part to inclusion...

Sugarloaf USA offers Catskiing

Sugarloaf Mountain in Maine will offer cat skiing this winter on its Burnt Mountain terrain, which until this season was only accessible for those willing to hike or skin.

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Sniagrab isn’t a Snow Dance

Discount ski sales have been around for a long time. In 1955, to kick off the ski season, Scott Osborn of the Osborn and Ulland Ski Shop in Seattle, wanted to get rid of a lot of worthless junk that hadn’t sold during the last five seasons.

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