Get Your June Snow Fix – 5 Ski Resorts Open This Weekend

Get Your June Snow Fix – 5 Ski Resorts Open This Weekend

Score some June turns this weekend at these five North American resorts. 1. Arapahoe Basin, CO Open for a bonus weekend of skiing June 9-11 Just a reminder that we’re closed June 5-8, but we reopen June 9, 10 &… Read More →

Liftopia is “Still In”, Committed to Acting On Climate

Liftopia is “Still In”, Committed to Acting On Climate

Liftopia has joined over 1,000 US cities, states, and businesses committed to stepping up and forging ahead on climate action.  In an open letter to the international community, signatories have collectively declared “We Are Still In,” vowing to continue to… Read More →

Resorts Extend Their Ski Season Further!

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Resorts Extend Their Ski Season Further!

Late season snow blanketed a handful of resorts in North America and has lead to several extended ski seasons. Even in May, resorts are STILL seeing prime conditions, so get out there and enjoy it while it lasts! 1. Arapahoe Basin,… Read More →

Arapahoe Basin Announces Bonus Weekend Thanks To A Snowy May

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Arapahoe Basin Announces Bonus Weekend Thanks To A Snowy May

With over three of feet of snow in May so far and 370” season-to-date, Arapahoe Basin in Colorado plans to keep the party going for AT LEAST another weekend. The resort will operate seven days a week until Sunday, June… Read More →

PHOTOS: South America’s Ski Season Is Off To A Great Start!

PHOTOS: South America’s Ski Season Is Off To A Great Start!

About a week ago, South America got its first big dump of the 2017 season. A May storm dropped about two feet of snow on Chilean resorts: Ski Portillo, Valle Nevado, El Colorado, and La Parva. Some resorts have announced an early… Read More →

Score May Powder At These 4 Ski Resorts

Score May Powder At These 4 Ski Resorts

1. Mt. Bachelor The inches keep piling up at Mt Bachelor who’s already gotten 11 inches this week with more to come. After an outstanding season with a cumulative snowfall total of 600 inches this season, Mt. Bachelor plans re-open for… Read More →

Some Of The Deepest Snow Depths This Season Were At Mountain Collective Resorts

Some Of The Deepest Snow Depths This Season Were At Mountain Collective Resorts

The resorts on the Mountain Collective Pass regularly get some of the best snow during ski season, but this year in particular was one for the books.  Tahoe’s Squaw Valley even plans to stay open through the summer (weather permitting)…. Read More →

WATCH: Yosemite’s Tioga Pass Buried In Heavy Snow — Aerial Footage

WATCH: Yosemite’s Tioga Pass Buried In Heavy Snow — Aerial Footage

Tioga Pass is the highest highway pass in the Sierra Nevada. It’s also the most direct route from Mammoth Lakes to parts of Northern California. In winter, the pass closes due to heavy snowfall, extending skiers’ and snowboarders’ travel route by… Read More →

Squaw Valley Will Stay Open Past July 4 For The First Time Ever

Squaw Valley Will Stay Open Past July 4 For The First Time Ever

Following a blockbuster season that broke snowfall records, Squaw Valley has officially announced that it will stay open past July 4, a first in the resort’s history. With an impressive cumulative snowfall of 714 inches (nearly 60 feet) and a… Read More →

Lost Wedding Ring Found Buried In Snow At Keystone Resort

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 →