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8 Photos of September Snow That Prove Winter IS Coming

by RoseAnne Moises

Rockin’ white after Labor Day, as we’ve all heard, is a huge fashion faux-pas…except when Mother Nature does it. From light dustings to surprisingly impressive dumps, several mountains across North America have already been experiencing their first flakes of snow… Read More →

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First Snow at Whistler Blackcomb

by Kris Kendall

It’s that time of year again.  The water is starting to get chilly, your bike is broken and the season will be over by the time it gets repaired, and every time you look at the internet you are bombarded with… Read More →

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VIDEOS: Proof You Need To Ski The Southern Hemisphere This Summer

by Emma Wexler

In a daze of sunshine, it’s easy to forget about the winter fun happening in the Southern Hemisphere. Here in North America, we’re spending long days biking, hiking, and lying on the beach (my favorite summer activity). But in the… Read More →

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These Were The 5 Biggest Ski News Stories Of 2015-16

by Eric Wagnon

1. Tahoe got an epic season. After four seasons of dismal snowfall, the Lake Tahoe area finally emerged in the 2016-17 season from its discouraging drought. It’s debatable whether or not El Nino, the climate cycle that received so much… Read More →

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Southern Hemisphere Kicks Off Winter 2016 With Massive Snow Totals

by Patrick Thorne

‘Awesome’ is the only word we can think of to describe the start of the 2016 ski season in the southern hemisphere. In the days and weeks leading up to the start of the season, there have been some huge… Read More →

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Winter Isn’t Over Yet – More Powder This Week!

by Joel Gratz

Courtesy of our friends at Open Snow. For more details about the snowfall at your favorite areas, check the “Daily Snow” posts from Open Snow forecasters in Tahoe, Utah, Colorado, the Northwest, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona, and the Northeast. The calendar says that it’s officially spring, but… Read More →

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Which Ski Resorts Get The Most Snow?

by Heather Balogh

If you’re a powderhound, chasing the snow is all that truly matters. But it can be hard to pick and choose which ski resort to check out next. Who had the most snow last season? Can you remember which Canadian… Read More →

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Photos: Winter Makes a Comeback in The East

by RoseAnne Moises

It’s true—The East Coast had a freakishly warm start to the ski season. Over these past few months, while the West was celebrating storm after storm, East Coasters spent Christmas vacation in shorts. The tables, however, have now turned. And… Read More →

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Huge Winter Storm Heads Towards the East Coast

by RoseAnne Moises

This week, all eyes are on Jonas (not to be confused with the famous singing trio of brothers: Nick, Joe and Kevin). Jonas, if you haven’t heard, is the name of the huge Nor’easter winter storm heading towards the east… Read More →

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What’s The Difference Between Fresh, Packed & Machine Made Snow?

by Dave Belin

Skiers and snowboarders have many words to describe the different types of snow on the hill – blower pow, mashed potatoes, boiler plate, breakable crust, hero snow, and crud (among others). But what’s actually happening with the snow in these… Read More →