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Lost Wedding Ring Found Buried In Snow At Keystone Resort

Keystone Resort’s staff is asking for the public’s help in reuniting this gold wedding band with it’s rightful owner. The ring was found April 23 at River Run Village. Anyone who thinks they recognize the ring should contact Keystone Resort at… Read More →

12 Late-Season Ski Resorts You Can STILL Ski Right Now

Not ready for ski season to come to an end? Here are 12 late-season ski resorts where the lifts are still spinning.  1. Killington Resort, Vermont Closing date: May 28, 2017 See Killington lift tickets. 2. Arapahoe Basin, Colorado Closing… Read More →

WATCH: Hilarious Dad “Forces” His Kids To Ski

“Sometimes, when the kids don’t feel like skiing, a father has to get tough!” Ski dads and ski moms, can you relate? Video credit: Lionel Starr

6 Ski Areas Where The Season Is STILL Going Strong

Don’t hang up those skis just yet! Despite it being mid-April, winter at these ski resorts isn’t showing any signs of stopping. 1. Mammoth Mountain, CA See Mammoth lift tickets. We’ve officially broken 600″ total season snowfall at Main Lodge… Read More →

Aspen SkiCo & KSL Buy Mammoth Resorts Following Intrawest Deal

The joint alliance of Aspen Skiing Company (A.K.A. SkiCO) and KSL Capital Partners have literally changed the landscape of the ski industry in just a few days. This new (not yet named) alliance announced Wednesday morning that they will be… Read More →

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 →

The Mountain Collective Pass Can Save Hundreds On Skiing And Riding In Utah

Last year Salt Lake Magazine named The Mountain Collective Pass “The Best Way to Ski Lots of Resorts Without Being an Oil Baron”. This year the pass is even an even better deal for skiers and riders in the Beehive… Read More →

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 →

PHOTOS: Stella Dumps Up To 40″ – Northeast’s Biggest Storm Of The Season

In case you missed it, Winter Storm Stella blasted the East Coast on Tuesday, dropping some of the largest snowfall accumulations of the year to the Northeastern United States. Up to 40”+ was seen at some resorts, with some lingering… Read More →

5 Ways The Mountain Collective Pass Just Got Even Better For 2017-18

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 is… Read More →