Orville A. Slutzky, age 96, the beloved co-founder of Hunter Mountain, N.Y., passed away peacefully on April 18, 2013, in the company of loved ones. Orville was born in Hunter on February 13, 1917 More → Hunter Mourns the Loss of Co-Founder Orville Slutzky
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) is reported that winter 2013 ended with the highest level of skier/rider visits in the resort’s history. The end of season total of approximately 502,222 visits surpasses the previous More → Jackson Hole and Whitefish Break Visitor Records
The earth spins through space at a rate of slightly faster than twenty-four hours per revolution. We are all stuck to its surface by gravity, unable to free ourselves from its surface except by More → Warren Miller on Earth
From his office in the alpine ski resort of Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, meteorologist Gilles Brunot is looking out at snow-capped peaks washed with spring sunshine, resplendent under a pale blue sky.
Much of northern Europe More → The Alps face a warmer world – bringing huge change
Marielle Thompson dedicated her world championship silver medal to Nik Zoricic on the anniversary of his passing after she finished second in Sunday’s women’s ski cross final in Voss, Norway.
The 20-year-old Crystal More → Thompson dedicates world champs silver to Nik Zoricic
The skier’s delight rarely falls in the realm of green renewable eco-friendly holidays, but many resorts are trying to change that image. Some resorts are increasing their recycling, while others are working to have More → The World’s Most Eco-Friendly Ski Resorts
The biggest newspaper in town, circulation 3,119 had headlines today that the interest in snowboarding was starting to fade out. Then they went into a long discussion about why it had become so popular More → Warren on Skis vs Boards
Canada had great success at the ski cross Olympic test event in Sochi, Russia, on Tuesday, winning one gold and two silver medals as Kelsey Serwa and Marielle Thompson finished 1-2 in the women’s More → Serwa, Thompson, Del Bosco shine at Olympic test event
Mikael Kingsbury and Philippe Marquis put a Canadian stamp on the 2014 Olympic mogul course at the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park here by winning gold and bronze in an FIS mogul World Cup today.
More → Kingsbury wins gold, clinches early Olympic nomination
Central Oregon’s Mt. Bachelor Resort is close to implementing its long-term plan to reestablish itself as a premier destination for skiers and snowboarders. The Deschutes National Forest has given what might be the last More → Mt. Bachelor Gets OK for Expansion