Success At Sunday River World Pro Ski Tour

Success At Sunday River World Pro Ski Tour

Mark Engel (L) and Robby Kelley (R) fly off the first jump during the finals of the Pro Ski Challenge at Sunday River. (Lisa Mutz-Nelson)

The Pro Ski Challenge launched its comeback event at Maine's Sunday River March 11, the start of a full tour in 2018 that will include four to six stops across the U.S. and Canada.

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Fling In Spring At Colorado Resorts

Fling In Spring At Colorado Resorts

Kayak racing at Monarch (Monarch/Facebook)

As the end of another season is in sight, Colorado skiers and snowboarders go a little crazy knowing that they will soon have to find another way to fulfill their mountain jones. Such anxiety translates into a number of wacky spring traditions.

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It’s On For Six Weeks Of Spring Skiing At Mont-Sainte-Anne

It’s On For Six Weeks Of Spring Skiing At Mont-Sainte-Anne

Live music is the order of the day in Mont Sainte Anne's Spring Madness. (Mont Sainte Anne)

Quebec's Mont-Sainte-Anne is ready to embrace six weeks of spring skiing. Every year, the resort is the last one to close in Quebec region, and one of the last in the Eastern North America. The projected closing date for this season is April 30.

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Waterville Valley’s New Green Peak Trail Names

Waterville Valley’s New Green Peak Trail Names

Headed to Green Peak. (Waterville Valley)

Ever wonder what the story is behind the names of your favorite ski trails? In celebration of New Hampshire’s newest trails, more than 600 people submitted trail name ideas and the stories behind them for Waterville Valley’s Green Peak trail name contest. Winners were chosen based on the character of the trail and the story behind it.  

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SnoCountry SnoCast: Officially Spring; Winter Weather Hangs On

SnoCountry SnoCast: Officially Spring; Winter Weather Hangs On

Breckenridge Ski Resort has been loving the spring-like conditions this past week, but more winter-like weather makes a quick return in the forecast. (Breckenridge/Facebook).

It’s officially spring time on the calendar, so we can now expect the weather to be even more “fickle” than in the winter. This week’s SnoCast will proves that winter weather is fighting to hang on as long as possible despite what the calendar says.

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Insider's Guide To Arapahoe Basin In The Spring

Insider's Guide To Arapahoe Basin In The Spring

Finish the season in style. (Arapahoe Basin/Facebook)

Arapahoe Basin and spring skiing in the Rockies are synonymous. Almost always the last Colorado resort to close, A-Basin’s 10,780-foot base elevation and a mountain that is half above treeline and straddles the Continental Divide typically holds off summer longer than others.

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Best Bets For Great Lakes Late Season Skiing

Best Bets For Great Lakes Late Season Skiing

Families enjoy Giants Ridge and the giant views. (Jim Balfour)

Spring has come early to the Heartland this winter and most of the ski areas across the lower Midwest have closed. The best bets for some late season spring skiing into April are all centered across the northern Great Lakes, and the longer, warmer, sun filled days provide some of the best conditions of the winter.

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PCSkiGal: Spring In Utah

PCSkiGal: Spring In Utah

You would think with the snowpack we've had this winter that we'd be skiing into July. Darn, if the Utah snowgods didn't hightail it the Bahamas and leave us skibums to sweat in the 60-degree heat this month while we watch the resorts close all too soon. It's now time for the spring ski party.

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Next Season’s Multi-Resort Passes On Sale

Next Season’s Multi-Resort Passes On Sale

More rides at Winter Park with Rocky Mountain Super Pass (Winter Park/Facebook)

Consolidation is the byword for the winter resort industry these days, and means plenty of multi-resort passes to fit to your habits when the snow flies.

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World’s Oldest Skier Still Skiing In Midwest

World’s Oldest Skier Still Skiing In Midwest

Lou Batori skis perfectly together. (Mike Terrell)

“He’s the Energizer Bunny of skiing.”

That was my first thought when Crystal Mountain Resort spokesman Brian Lawson contacted me recently to say that Lou Batori, legendary centenarian skier, had taken a few runs during the warm spell in late February.

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