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5 Tips For 4th of July & Summer Skiing in the Sierra

5 Tips For 4th of July & Summer Skiing in the Sierra

by Rose Marie Cleese

Even though summer has officially arrived and temperatures are reaching triple-digits across the country, are you still nostalgic about winter and wish you had gotten in a couple more days of skiing or boarding? You’re in luck. Ski season is… Read More →

10 Dogs That Had More Fun Than You At Squaw Valley Last Weekend

10 Dogs That Had More Fun Than You At Squaw Valley Last Weekend

by Kris Kendall

Last weekend was the 8th annual Peaks and Paws festival at Squaw Valley. Four legged friends and their owners were invited into the Village at Squaw Valley for music, food, drink, and pet-themed activities such as the Splash Dogs dock… 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

by RoseAnne Moises

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 →

Crunching the Numbers: Save Big in California With The Mountain Collective

Crunching the Numbers: Save Big in California With The Mountain Collective

by Eric Wagnon

The 2017-18 Mountain Collective pass features 16 ski destinations spread across North America and even down to Australia and New Zealand. For residents of northern California, the $449 pass can easily more than “pay for itself” with just a pair… Read More →

5 Memorable Ski News Stories You May Have Missed This Season

5 Memorable Ski News Stories You May Have Missed This Season

by Eric Wagnon

1. Sierras enjoy big snow year. California ski resorts struggled for several years earlier with a drought, but those memories were buried under a banner season for snowfall in 2016-17. With so much snow, Mammoth Mountain plans to stay open… Read More →

6 Ski Areas Where The Season Is STILL Going Strong

6 Ski Areas Where The Season Is STILL Going Strong

by liftopia

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

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

by liftopia

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 Biggest Ski Areas In North America Right Now

The Biggest Ski Areas In North America Right Now

by Patrick Thorne

A few years ago, I put together a list of the biggest ski areas in North America. Re-reading it recently, I was surprised just how quickly the list had got out-of-date—it seems the biggest ski areas in America keep getting… Read More →

Meet The Cutest Rescuers On Ski Patrol: Our Favorite Avy Dogs Of 2016-17

Meet The Cutest Rescuers On Ski Patrol: Our Favorite Avy Dogs Of 2016-17

by Alyssa Erickson

Add a large portion of snow, an equal amount of mountains and a dash of our favorite avalanche rescue dogs, and we found the perfect ingredients for a smile! Everyone loves these four legged and furry friends that keep us… Read More →

Good News – The Ski Season Has Been EXTENDED At These Ski Resorts

Good News – The Ski Season Has Been EXTENDED At These Ski Resorts

by Eric Wagnon

This season, regions in the West saw record-breaking snowfall and, as a result, several ski resorts have already decided to push back their closing dates. With the Easter falling on April 16 this year, it would not be surprising if… Read More →