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Killington and Sunday River Opening

Killington Resort in Vermont and Sunday River in Maine will be the first mountain resorts in the East to open for skiing and riding when first chairs go up at each area on Friday, Oct. 19. Snowmaking and cooler temperatures enable each resort to...

Wolf Creek opens October 13th!

The season is beginning at Wolf Creek Colorado! The Wolf Creek Ski Area will be open for the season with weekends only, beginning Saturday, October 13th and Sunday, October 14th. Their tag line appropriately is; “The Most Snow in...

Mt. Timothy Ski Area For Sale

If you ever a dream of owning your very own ski area and living in a rural paradise this this is your chance. Mt. Timothy ski area is located near Lac la Hache, between 100 Mile House and Williams Lake, in central British Columbia and it’s for...

Zugspitze Cable Car Damaged

This is not a good week for tramways in Europe. An incident this week on the highest mountain in Germany severely damaged one of two Eibsee Cable Car cabins during a practice exercise. Apparently a rescue carrier broke loose due to a broken chain...

IKON Pass adds Solitude and Brighton

The Ikon Pass has added Solitude Mountain Resort, following Alterra’s closing on this acquisition earlier this month, and added neighboring Brighton Resort as an Ikon partner. This brings Ikon’s five Utah connections as a full unlimited access...

Warren Miller's Journal

A Stock Portfolio of Fun Funds

By Warren MillerI was born and lived most of my young life in Southern California. In December of 1937, I started looking east to the San Bernardino Mountains and waiting anxiously for the tops of them to magically turn white with the first snowfall...

Why Not Work In A Ski Resort?

By Warren Miller At lunch last winter in the Timberline Café, a friend and his son who had graduated from college the previous spring joined me. He had gotten a degree in Business Management and talked about how hard it had been to find a job and...

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