Canadian Halfpipe Ski Team Gets Back to Basics on the Trampoline

Richmond Hill (ON), Canada – Alleyoop double flatspin 720, double cork 1260 and switch 900. These park and pipe ski tricks look pretty radical, but they all have their basis in traditional acrobatics. No one understands that better than Canadian National Halfpipe Head Coach Trennon Paynter. That’s why Paynter took his team to Skyriders Trampoline … Continue reading Canadian Halfpipe Ski Team Gets Back to Basics on the Trampoline

State Bailout Gives Indoor Skiing in New Jersey New Life

East Rutherford, NJ – The on-again, off-again indoor skiing complex once known as Xanadu in New Jersey’s Meadowlands is on again once more. The New Jersey legislature on Wednesday approved Governor Chris Christie’s plan to infuse the stalled project with $200 million from state coffers. The project, now with a new developer and a new … Continue reading State Bailout Gives Indoor Skiing in New Jersey New Life

Second Busiest Ski Season Ever for Lake Tahoe Resorts

Lake Tahoe, CA & NV – For the second consecutive season, Lake Tahoe’s ski and snowboard resorts are reporting an increase in skier visitation numbers that outperformed the percentage growth at U.S. ski resorts as a whole by more than four times the national average. Nearly eclipsing the all-time mark set during the 2004-05 season, … Continue reading Second Busiest Ski Season Ever for Lake Tahoe Resorts

Montana Supreme Court Rules Lawsuit Against Yellowstone Club Can Proceed

Big Sky, MT – The Montana State Supreme Court on Tuesday issued a unanimous decision permitting a former employee of Montana’s exclusive private Yellowstone Club ski resort to pursue a claim against the Club. Plaintiff Leonard Brown alleges the Club violated the state’s Wrongful Discharge from Employment Act (WDEA). According to the opinion issued by … Continue reading Montana Supreme Court Rules Lawsuit Against Yellowstone Club Can Proceed

Colorado’s Keystone Resort Rings in July 4th with Free Live Music, Fireworks

Keystone, CO – Keystone Resort will celebrate our Nation’s Birthday in the Rocky Mountains with family events scheduled for the holiday at the Colorado ski and snowboard resort. “River Run Rocks” starts Saturday with a free performance by the  Six Million Dollar Band and Five 13 in River Run Village. On July 4th a free … Continue reading Colorado’s Keystone Resort Rings in July 4th with Free Live Music, Fireworks

New Mexico’s Sipapu Ski Area Remains Open for Summer Activities While Carson National Forest Closes

Valdito, NM – Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort remains open and some of the resort’s most popular summer activities continue while U.S. Forest Service officials are closing the surrounding Carson National Forest due to the dry conditions and resulting fire danger throughout New Mexico. Carson National Forest entered Stage 3 Fire Restrictions Thursday morning, which … Continue reading New Mexico’s Sipapu Ski Area Remains Open for Summer Activities While Carson National Forest Closes

Where to Ski or Board In July

with staff reports from First Tracks!! Online Media Kiltarlity, Scotland, UK –Even with the Southern Hemisphere’s 2011 winter season now getting underway there are a number of ski resorts still offering July skiing and snowboarding in the Northern Hemisphere, including ten in the western U.S. alone. Worldwide, the choice of open ski resorts is well … Continue reading Where to Ski or Board In July

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