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Ride the Mammoth:Steeps, Bowls, Trees, and Culture Mammoth Mountain is many things: Some days it’s the steep rocky chutes that line the upper mountain, each falling away in great funnels of powder. On other days, it’s knowing how (and where) the Sierra wind buffs the slopes like nature’s groomer. With an average annual snowfall of […]
Aspen and Aspen Skiing Company both have long rich histories. There was a thriving population in this valley years before anyone dreamt of a world-class mountain resort. Here is one version of Aspen’s lively past. Over a century ago, silver prospectors braved the wilderness of the upper Roaring Fork Valley, one of the […]
Like It or Not, Snowmaking Is The Future Snowmaking has become energy efficient and essential to ski resort operations. But is it a necessary evil or a savior? August 29, 2017 By Julie Brown Snowmaking, as everybody knows, is Plan B. We’d all rather ski on natural, God-given powder that falls from stormy clouds. The real stuff […]
National Ski Council Federation Newsbeat November 2017 Where’s the Highest Skiing in the East? Probably Not Where You Think. A milestone occurs this winter in the North Carolina mountains: Beech Mountain Resort marks 50 years of skiing on the highest elevation lift-served ski slopes in eastern America. More. First Tracks!! U.S. Ski & Snowboard Commits […]
|Swiss Machine, Ueli Steck, Dies in Climbing Accident|
Ueli Steck, aka the Swiss Machine, a 40-year-old expert mountain climber passes away in a climbing accident preparing for Mount Everest. The climber was trying to acclimate himself before his trek ...
|New England Ski Journal TV – Episode 3|
New England Ski Journal TV shines the spotlight on our region’s snow country gems, exploring the trails, terrain parks, amenities and events at resorts big and small across New England. Check ...