Aspen Skiing Co. & KSL Capital Partners Buy Intrawest for $1.5 Billion

Aspen Skiing Co. & KSL Capital Partners Buy Intrawest for $1.5 Billion

Aspen Skiing Company, owner of Aspen’s four mountains, teamed up with KSL Capital Partners, owner of Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, to acquire Intrawest Resorts Holdings for about $1.5 billion, including debt. A new entity owned by both partners is offering… Read More →

Weekend Powder Alert For The Sierra, Colorado, Utah & Tetons!

Weekend Powder Alert For The Sierra, Colorado, Utah & Tetons!

This post was adapted from multiple stories on OpenSnow.com 1. Colorado By Meteorologist Joel Gratz Most of Friday and Saturday will be dry, then snow will fall on Saturday night and Sunday. This storm will track too far to the… Read More →

North America’s Favorite Terrain Parks

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North America’s Favorite Terrain Parks

You know what’s really cool about terrain parks? Not the rails, nor the jumps. Not the skills, not the stoke. What’s really cool about terrain parks is that you can build a terrain park anywhere with snow. You don’t have… Read More →

Crunching The Numbers: Utah Skiers Can Save Big With The Mountain Collective

by / liftopia, The Mountain Collective
Crunching The Numbers: Utah Skiers Can Save Big With The Mountain Collective

Editor’s note: As the Mountain Collective Pass is a quantity based sale, the $399 price point has sold out as well as the $1.00 children’s price point. Tickets are of limited quantity and prices are subject to change. The pass… Read More →

6 Surreal Destinations For Summer Skiing In Europe

6 Surreal Destinations For Summer Skiing In Europe

If you’ve always wanted to ski in Europe but never quite got round to it during the ski season, the good news is that a number of European ski areas stay open right through spring. In fact, a few of… Read More →

8 Home Décor Items that Celebrate Your Love of Snow

by / Lifestyle, Ski & Snowboard
8 Home Décor Items that Celebrate Your Love of Snow

Spring is a bittersweet time of year. Yes, the skiing can be amazing and enjoying après on a deck is perhaps the most perfect experience ever, but these bucolic days also signal the end of ski season. It’s almost time… Read More →

Another Shot Of Snow For The West! Cold Temps Continue In The Mountains

Another Shot Of Snow For The West! Cold Temps Continue In The Mountains

This post was adapted from multiple stories on opensnow.com Summary Colorado once again squeezed most moisture south and west including New Mexico who scored 8 inches last night. Ski Santa Fe has had 32 inches in the past 7 days!… Read More →

April Fools’ Day Storm To Dump Snow In New England!

April Fools’ Day Storm To Dump Snow In New England!

A Nor’Easter, which typically bring some of the heaviest snow totals for the region, will hit the Northeast this weekend. The National Weather Service has posted a winter storm watch for northern Massachusetts, New Hampshire, southern Vermont and some parts… Read More →

WATCH: Top 5 Pond Skimming Video Picks

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WATCH: Top 5 Pond Skimming Video Picks

Spring is here! And skiers, riders and mountain dwellers all know what that means: corn snow, lighter layers, bluebird days and POND SKIMMING CONTESTS! Yes, the midwinter powder days and storm skiing might be behind us, but that doesn’t mean… Read More →

3 Storms Are Headed West Over The Next Few Days

3 Storms Are Headed West Over The Next Few Days

This article was originally posted on OpenSnow.com by Powderchaser Steve Summary I am on the chase so this post will be on the brief side. It’s snowing above 7500 feet in Utah currently with 3-4 inches overnight in the upper… Read More →