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La Grave

It’s ski film time and this film, The Faction Collective Presents: La Grave, is a great adventure stoke for the coming season. With no ropes, no pistes and no one telling you where you can and can’t go, La Grave represents a very special type...

Mayflower Resort to connect with Deer Valley

Extell Development Company is building a new mountain resort located right next to Deer Valley Resort outside of Park City, Utah. Extell has purchased roughly 5,600 acres of private land in recent years, including the 2,300-acre Mayflower property...

Keep Squaw True

Sierra Watch is fired up to announce that, today, The Movie to Keep Squaw True is streaming online for free! Ski resort conglomerate Alterra Mountain Company has proposed to remake Tahoe with development of a size, scale, and scope the region has...

Thredbo chairlift incident

A man has survived a significant fall while on The Gunbarrel Express at Thredbo chairlift in the NSW Snowy Mountains — plunging metres onto the snow below. Key points: – A man sustains bruising after a chairlift falls 5 metres onto snow on the...

Vail Resorts Acquires Peak Resorts

Vail Resorts (VR) has entered into a definitive merger agreement to acquire 100 percent of the outstanding stock of Peak Resorts, at a purchase price of $11.00 per share, or an estimated aggregate purchase price of approximately $264 million...

Alpine Canada to Celebrate 100 years

With only 100 days to go before the FIS alpine season-opening World Cup races in Soelden, Austria, Alpine Canada is unveiling its plans to celebrate 100 years of Canadian ski racing history through the 2019-20 season. Canadian ski racing officially...

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Warren Miller on Melting Snow

By Warren Miller All my wife and I have to do is go outside, walk about a hundred feet and put our skis on and head down to the bottom of the chairlift. Across the valley, ugly brown spots are already starting to show up in the melting snow. We have...


By Warren MillerMy first ski business was the nylon parachute shroud shoelace business during the 1948-49 ski season. I guaranteed my ski boot laces for an entire winter. I sold them for 25 cents wholesale and my cost was under three cents a pair. I...

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