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  • Four new events added to the 2018 Winter Olympics
    Four new events added to the 2018 Winter Olympics
    According to the Canadian Olympic Committee on Monday in a press release, four new sports were added to the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang. The International Olympic Committee has decided to give the events of mixed doubles curling, mass...
  • Summer skiing: Storing your skis
    Summer skiing: Storing skis
    While there is still skiing and riding on glaciers and in the Southern Hemisphere, the ski season is over and many resorts are closed in the U.S. Here are some tips on how to store your skis and boards over the summer so you are ready to go as...
  • Summer skiing: Head south
    Summer Skiing: Head to the Southern Hemisphere
    Many of the resorts in North America are closed for the season. There is still ski at some areas like Arapahoe Basin in Colorado. If you need a fix of winter this summer, head south as in the southern hemisphere. Here are a couple options for you...
  • Ski tips: End of season blues
    Ski tips: End of season blues
    Ski season may be winding down. If you have the end of season blues and are counting down the days until next season, here are a couple of tips to help you make it through the off-season.Go skiing/riding. Summer might be happening in the northern...
  • Kevin Jordan shredding it up at National Academy
    National Academy 2015
    The Professional Ski Instructors of America and American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI) held its National Academy in Snowbird, UT April 22-27th. The Academy is where ski and snowboard instructors get together to work on their own...
  • Sipapu
    New Mexico's Sipapu Resort plans final weekend of free skiing
    Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort in northern New Mexico announced Wednesday that lift tickets will be free for the ski area's final weekend of winter operations on Saturday, April 11, and Sunday, April 12. The resort is closed on the weekdays of...
  • Snowboarder development competition at Lake Louise
    Snowboarder development competition at Lake Louise
    According to Snowboarding Canada, there will be an interesting snowboarding competition in Lake Louise, Alberta (an hour west of Calgary) on Saturday. The event is sponsored by the Volcom clothing company with the purpose of helping grow the sport...
  • Robanske wins World Cup snowboarding race in Spain
    Robanske wins World Cup snowboarding race in Spain
    According to the International Ski Federation on Saturday, Christopher Robanske of Calgary, Alberta won a World Cup snowboardcross competition in La Molina, Spain. For Robanske it was the second victory of his World Cup snowboarding career...
  • Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe Slide Bowl
    Ski List: 6 Highlights of Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe
    Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe may not be as well-known as nearby Squaw Valley or Heavenly Resort, but particularly in low-snow years, the Nevada ski area is worth a visit. With the Tahoe region's highest base at a lofty 8,260 feet, Mt. Rose often avoids...
  • Maltais wins World Cup snowboarding competition in Switzerland
    Maltais wins World Cup snowboarding competition in Switzerland
    According to the International Ski Federation on Sunday, Canadian Olympic silver medalist Dominique Maltais of Petite-Riviere-Sainte-Francois, Quebec won a women's snowboardcross World Cup in Veysonnaz, Switzerland. For Maltais it was her...
  • Sierra-at-Tahoe 2010
    Sierra-at-Tahoe suspends ski operations
    As of Monday, Sierra-at-Tahoe ski resort has suspended winter operations until further notice. The California ski area has received 123 inches of natural snow, well below its average. The Lake Tahoe region is suffering through its fourth...
  • Crud skiing
    Ski tips: Crud skiing
    What is crud? After powder snow gets skied up, it turns to crud. Crud can also occur on hot, spring days after the snow has softened a lot.Here are a couple of tips to help you ski the crud with style:Stay centered. In piles of snow, you and your...
  • Tree skiing
    Ski tips: Tree skiing/riding
    If you love to find powder, then skiing or riding in the trees may help you find that secret stash.If you are new to tree skiing and riding, here are a couple of tips that can help you.Take your pole straps off. When heading into the trees, take...
  • Camelback's varied slopes
    Camelback, vying for top Ski/Resort title
    By Bob & Sandy NesoffMembers: North American Travel Journalists Association American Society of Journalists and AuthorsNorth American Snowsports Journalists AssociationOver recent years ski resorts throughout the country have been trying to...
  • Snowboarding contest at Steven’s Pass this Saturday
    Snowboarding contest at Steven’s Pass this Saturday
    Attention amateur snowboarders! This Saturday, Volcom is hosting the 15th annual Peanut Butter & Rail Jam contest series at Steven’s Pass. The event is intended to encourage community involvement and promote the incredible talent of...
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