7th Annual Kid-O-Rama Returns to Squaw/Alpine

Squaw Valley, CA –  Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is hosting the Tahoe area ski resort’s 7th annual Kid-O-Rama celebration this February 13-20. This family friendly resort tradition features popular events like: Big Truck Day, where kids can ride along in fire trucks, snowplows, and grooming machines; Light Up the Night with night tubing and mini-snowmobiling under the stars; … Continue reading 7th Annual Kid-O-Rama Returns to Squaw/Alpine

Customer Appreciation Night at Brighton This Friday

Brighton, UT – Utah’s Brighton Resort will honor its loyal customers with half-price lift tickets to ski and snowboard this Friday, along with fireworks and special events. “We love our locals and want to make sure they know it!” says Brighton Resort’s Jared Winkler. “Let’s celebrate another great season.” Brighton officials have a family friendly … Continue reading Customer Appreciation Night at Brighton This Friday

Women’s Ski Week at Breckenridge

Breckenridge, CO – A week dedicated to women and snow sports returns to Breck for the Colorado ski area’s second annual Women’s Ski Week, Feb. 13-21.  Women’s Ski Week at Breckenridge will highlight the resort’s offerings for women of all ages in a welcoming, supportive and fun place to improve skiing or snowboarding skills. The classes … Continue reading Women’s Ski Week at Breckenridge

Okemo Opens East Coast’s First Superpipe

Ludlow, VT – It takes an awful lot of snow to build those towering walls of a superpipe, and it’s no secret that snow has been a scarce commodity for much of the East Coast ski season this winter. A stretch of cold nighttime temperatures paired with the unwavering dedication of Okemo Mountain Resort’s experienced snowmaking team, however, has … Continue reading Okemo Opens East Coast’s First Superpipe

Colorado Ski Area Owner Files Bankruptcy

Idaho Springs, CO – The owner of Echo Mountain, the closest ski area to the Denver metro area, has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the Denver Post is reporting. Unable to repay debts totaling approximately $1.5 million, including the one who financed the purchase of Echo Mountain in 2012, Echo Mountain owner Nora Pykkonen is looking … Continue reading Colorado Ski Area Owner Files Bankruptcy

Behind the Gold: Establishing a Teenaged Legacy

Park City, UT – It was a poignant scene at the bottom of the Park City halfpipe last weekend at the U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix. Standing there with a big smile on her face was Kelly Clark, who 14 years ago had hoisted her Burton snowboard in the air as an 18-year old Olympic champion. Today, … Continue reading Behind the Gold: Establishing a Teenaged Legacy

Fat Bike Festival at Mt. Hood Meadows This Friday

Mt. Hood, OR – Fat bikes are all the rage these days. These modified mountain bikes sport tires that are twice as wide to provide traction on otherwise unrideable surfaces – like snow. They also make beach riding not only possible, but even fun. Many serious bike enthusiasts are looking at adding a fat bike to their arsenal, but … Continue reading Fat Bike Festival at Mt. Hood Meadows This Friday

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