Category Archives: Resorts

Sierra-at-Tahoe Hosts Freeride World Tour Qualifying Event

Twin Bridges, CA – Sierra-at-Tahoe will host the Huck Cup, a 2-Star Freeride World Tour Qualifying event in the California ski resort’s Huckleberry Canyon on February 26-27. The Freeride World Tour is a worldwide circuit of freeride skiing and snowboarding events where athletes compete on legendary and challenging terrain at resorts around the world. Sierra is the … Continue reading Sierra-at-Tahoe Hosts Freeride World Tour Qualifying Event

Homewood Adds Cat Skiing

Homewood, CA –  California’s Homewood Mountain Resort is now for the first time offering snowcat-accessed backcountry skiing and snowboarding to advanced skiers and snowboarders from the top of Ellis Peak, just above the resort’s designated ski area boundary on Lake Tahoe’s West Shore. Over 750 acres of tree runs, steeps, glades, backcountry bowls and fresh snow await just out-of-bounds at Homewood Resort. This … Continue reading Homewood Adds Cat Skiing

Peak Resorts Appoints New Director, Comments on Ski Season

Wildwood, MO – Ski resort owner and operator Peak Resorts, Inc. on Friday announced that its board of directors appointed David W. Braswell, Esq., as a member of the board and as a member of the nominating and corporate governance committee. Braswell is replacing Michael Staenberg, who resigned from the board effective February 3 for … Continue reading Peak Resorts Appoints New Director, Comments on Ski Season

Event-Filled Weekend at Snow Trails

Mansfield, OH – Cold temperatures have returned to Ohio’s Possum Run Valley, home to Snow Trails ski area. The resort’s overnight snowmaking campaign produced four inches of snow across the mountain, bringing the base snow depth to 12 to 36 inches, readying the slopes for a big weekend of events and skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing fun. Saturday (Feb. … Continue reading Event-Filled Weekend at Snow Trails

June Lake Winter Festival Celebrates the Season

June Lake, CA – The June Lake Winter Festival celebrates the magical winter season in the California’s beautiful Eastern Sierra, at the base of June Mountain ski area. The fun-filled festival returns to June Lake Feb. 27 with events for the whole family, from a winter triathlon to a snowmobile poker rally and snow sculpting. With … Continue reading June Lake Winter Festival Celebrates the Season

Vail Resorts to Open The North Face Concept Retail Store on Park City’s Main Street

Park City, UT – Vail Resorts, Inc. has announced that its retail division, Vail Resorts Retail (VRR), will open a new The North Face concept store at 515 Main Street in Park City, located in the space of the former Talisker on Main restaurant, in mid-February. VRR has entered into a long-term lease with Talisker on the 2,780-square-foot … Continue reading Vail Resorts to Open The North Face Concept Retail Store on Park City’s Main Street

Snowboarders Seriously Injured in 200-Foot Cliff Fall

Teton Village, WY – Two snowboarders sustained serious injuries when they lost their edge and slipped over a 200-foot cliff near Jackson Hole Mountain Resort on Monday. A third man sustained minor injuries. The pair who were seriously injured, a 31-year-old man from San Jose, Calif. and a 40-year-old man from Tustin, Calif., were among five riders … Continue reading Snowboarders Seriously Injured in 200-Foot Cliff Fall