Tag Archives: Utah

Mountain Collective Adds New Zealand Ski Resorts

Aspen, CO – The Mountain Collective pass is again available for sale, this time with two new Southern Hemisphere ski resorts added to the mix. Coronet Peak and The Remarkables in Queenstown, New Zealand have joined The Mountain Collective as a full partner for the 2016-2017 season. This addition expands the breadth of the Collective with full … Continue reading Mountain Collective Adds New Zealand Ski Resorts

Deer Valley Skier Arrested After Trying to Punch Patroller

Park City, UT – Apparently, New Jersey hasn’t yet cornered the marked on ski rage. An unidentified Massachusetts man has been arrested after allegedly attempting to punch a Deer Valley ski patroller. The patroller was headed uphill on a snowmobile back on February 9, when the downhill skier reportedly held out his arm in a … Continue reading Deer Valley Skier Arrested After Trying to Punch Patroller

Skier Strikes Tree and Dies at Snowbasin

Huntsville, UT – A 56-year-old New Jersey man died after colliding with a tree while skiing at Snowbasin Resort on Monday. Police say that Frank Maddaloni, of Califon, N.J., was found unconscious after colliding with a tree, suffering a traumatic head injury. He was not wearing a helmet. Resort officials indicate that Maddaloni was skiing alone … Continue reading Skier Strikes Tree and Dies at Snowbasin

Booking Trends at Western Ski Resorts Tick Up

Denver, CO – Overall business at mountain destinations in the Rocky Mountain and Far West regions of the U.S. received a boost for winter bookings during the month of January lifted by local and regional visitors, according to the most recent Mountain Market Briefing released this week by Denver-based DestiMetrics. As of Jan. 31, actual aggregated occupancy … Continue reading Booking Trends at Western Ski Resorts Tick Up

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

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

Alta Experiments with Preferred Parking for Carpoolers

Alta, UT – It’s no secret that traffic in Utah’s Little Cottonwood Canyon can be frustrating on busy ski days, and a quick observation verifies that many of the cars climbing the canyon carry only a driver. On many weekends this season, parking lots have filled at both Alta and Snowbird, the two ski resorts in Little Cottonwood … Continue reading Alta Experiments with Preferred Parking for Carpoolers