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Big SNOW American Dream Opening

Big SNOW American Dream, North America’s first indoor, real-snow ski and snowboard center, has set its official grand opening for Dec. 5, 2019. The facility will offer year-round skiing and riding on four acres of snow-covered slopes inside the...

Steamboat donates to Yampa River Fund

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation is donating $100,000 per year over the next five years to the newly launched Yampa River Fund, a local water fund created through partnerships with The Nature Conservancy and local partners. The $500,000...

Jackson Hole Transitions to Wind Power

On Sept. 17, all Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) year-round electricity needs—lifts, facilities, and base area operations—transitioned to Lower Valley Energy’s (LVE) 100 pecent Green Power program. The program directly sources wind power from...

Teton Pass Montana Sells for $375K

Former Teton Pass Ski Resort general manager Charles Hlavac has purchased the resort from Nick Wood for $375,000 after it had been on the market for two years. Wood, a New Zealand native, bought the ski area back in 2010. He and his partners...

Zermatt Matterhorn joins Ikon Pass

Zermatt Matterhorn, Switzerland, has become the first European destination partner on the Ikon Pass, expanding the Ikon resort and partner network to 41 destinations on five continents. The Matterhorn spans both Switzerland and Italy and is the...

Warren Miller's Journal

Annual Medical Advice

By Warren Miller This is the week for Miller’s Annual Medical Advice. First the disclaimer, though a full blown disclaimer that would stand up under the assault of a contingency fee attorney in a lawsuit would take up at least four pages of this...

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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