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Matt and Kim Help Heavenly Celebrate 60 Years

South Lake Tahoe, CA – Tahoe’s Heavenly Mountain Resort has announced that Matt and Kim will headline the free Winter Ignite concert in Heavenly Village on Saturday, December 12. The alternative dance duo from Brooklyn, N.Y. has been entertaining crowds with their high-energy performances since forming in 2004. Since their self-titled debut album in 2006, Matt … Continue reading Matt and Kim Help Heavenly Celebrate 60 Years

What’s New in Tahoe

Lake Tahoe, CA/NV – Boasting more ski resorts in close proximity to one another than any other U.S. winter destination, and the only slope-side location offering 24/7 Vegas-style nightlife and entertainment, Lake Tahoe-area ski resorts will be upping the ante this winter with on-mountain upgrades, extensive lake-wide developments, new VIP experiences, new non-stop flights and the most promising … Continue reading What’s New in Tahoe

Reservations at Western U.S. Ski Resorts Hit Speed Bump

Denver, CO – Although robust occupancy and revenue figures for September contributed to the third consecutive record-breaking summer at western mountain resorts, booking momentum into the winter months is pacing slower for the first time in more than three years. The monthly Mountain Market Briefing released this week by Denver-based DestiMetrics, based on data collected from 290 … Continue reading Reservations at Western U.S. Ski Resorts Hit Speed Bump

New M.A.X. Pass Provides Lift Access to 22 Ski Resorts

Denver, CO – Taking a page from the Mountain Collective and squarely aimed at Vail Resorts’ popular Epic Pass, three ski resort conglomerates — Intrawest, Powdr and Boyne Resorts — last spring jointly launched a new M.A.X. Pass, which is available now for the 2015-16 winter season. This “Multi-Alpine Experience” ski pass gives skiers and snowboarders up … Continue reading New M.A.X. Pass Provides Lift Access to 22 Ski Resorts

Bloomberg: Ski Towns Among Nation’s Richest

New York, NY – News flash: ski towns are some of the richest rural communities in America. Surprised? No, we’re not, either. In August, Bloomberg News compiled a list of the 20 wealthiest rural “micropolitan areas” in America, with populations ranging from roughly 10,000 to 50,000. It’s no surprise to us that over half are home … Continue reading Bloomberg: Ski Towns Among Nation’s Richest

A Look Back at the 2014-15 Ski Season

Lakewood, CO – Record-breaking snowfall blanketed Northeastern U.S. cities last winter, keeping people shoveling out their driveways and clogging the region’s roads, and in the process preventing many from driving to the mountains. In the western U.S., persistent drought and warm temperatures had many skiers thinking about a round of golf instead. These are the primary … Continue reading A Look Back at the 2014-15 Ski Season

Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe Bets $1.2 Million on Earlier Openings

Reno, NV – Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe spent this summer relocating and renaming its Ponderosa chairlift and adding four new beginner trails to the mountain, with an eye toward earlier openings in the beginning of the ski and snowboard season. The new positioning of the newly named “Wizard” lift will expand and enhance the resort’s beginner skiing and snowboarding experience … Continue reading Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe Bets $1.2 Million on Earlier Openings