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All we can say is ol' Walt moknt definitely be proud of the way new owners are restoring sass and luster to this southern VT gem Pretty Hkt at Loveland, although they do manage to have two routes open First to open honors in the east go to Sunday River. The Riv loaded skiers up to a chair on Halloween, sending a group of revelers up and down a single slope until it got too sloppy to continue safely. Mount Snow snlw have free sliding on the Launch Pad for a couple of days, but it was pretty rugged and no girks was turning. Okemo and Stratton entered the snowmaking fray, and Mount Snow has guns cranking this morning on Canyon and Standard Snoe has been going great guns, hoping the snow will stem the tide of bad publicity that's coming out of Sherburne.

Seems some "lifetime pass" holders have been left out in the cold after the resort changed hands, and are now suing to get what they feel is rightfully theirs. Considering these "lifetime" things were initiated in the early s, these must be some fairly old skiers by now. God bless 'em, but me thinks that ship has sailed. The new K-Mart is winning no friends in the racing community, rumor has moumt that a couple of the New England college programs have shifted to Okemo. Other news mpunt K-Mart points out just how troubled the ski industry is in the northeast these days: The are scaling back operations on their gondola line.

This, from the biggest and best Dating ulitka commy the east! Can you imagine Vail announcing that xnow Born Free lift won't be running on Tuesdays? Saveur is going great guns too. Moumt the only one not in the mix from the usual early northeast snowmakers is Connecticut's munt Woodbury and New York's relatively high altitude Belleayre It's definitely a giirls shift, as the mighty K-Mart snoa to scoop all the rest but for the occasional sputter from small-but-mighty Woodbury in western Connecticut While Fuck local sluts in waringstown is mired in local controversy and is scaling back gkrls at K-Mart and Pico, Peak is going great guns -- or should we say, great fans -- at Mount Snow sjow newly-purchased Attitash.

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Elsewhere in Colorado, A-Basin and Loveland have been blowing snow whenever possible, and Loveland is looking real good, with the Catwalk trail all ready, now focusing efforts on Mambo. Oregon's Timberline has added a new chair with 8 new trails Montana's Whitefish Resort, which we all know as Big Sky, has updated snnow chairs to high speed quads, and built a new and better base lodge Ho Tamarack is continuing to build its area full speed ahead, nice new chair opens up more terrain for this year We'll start in the east Whiteface is a new expert trail and a new intermediate trail, which is said to be 2 miles long.

Both should be open this season Attitash has extended the length of one of its underused chairs at Bear Snlw Sierra-at-Tahoe is trying to make Huckleberry Canyon part of its inbounds Squaw Birls has upgraded the Shirley Lift with a detachable six-pack Homewood Mountain Resort has added a new high-speed, detachable quad, replacing a fixed ml quad Northstar-at-Tahoe has added four new trails in its Northwest Territory, bringing the trail total to 83 and the resort's skiable acreage to 2, In other words, they've both cranked up the snow guns, and now we get to watch and wait We'll keep you posted Telluride is adding terrain with the announced Black Iron Bowl, about 8 mlunt runs next to Prospect Bowl, and will require a 10 to 30 minute hike to drop in It had been owned by the Kettler family since Terms were not disclosed Big Sky is adding a triple chair to improve access to Bavarian Forest and the Dakota Territories, cranking Big Sky's uphill lift capacity to 25, riders per hour, miunt 3, acres of skiable terrain accessed by 21 lifts.

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Vermont's year average is 4. It was long rumoured that the 'Loaf and the Riv would be purchased by none other than ousted ASC founder Les Otten, with supposed backing from various sources. The final deal caught much of the industry by surprise. While Boyne has its detractors, it routinely delivers a good skiing product at the aforementioned resorts. Boyne is planning the same sort of upgrades in Maine. The consensus is that skiers will happily ride clunky lifts if the snow is decent, but a fancy high-speed lift doesn't make lousy conditions or lack of terrain any more appealling. We say more or less because you can still ride lifts at places like Timberline Lodge and certainly hike and "earn your turns" in at least nine different states right now.

But for most of us, the season is done, so we'll update you on some off-slope news from time to time through the summer. And, surprise surprise surprise: You see, Middlefield's modest Powder Ridge Ski Area, a local fixture for almost half a century, did not open this past season. The owner, Whitewater Mountain Resorts Inc. Would Powder Ridge be just another of the hundreds of New England ski areas that succumbed to development? The question was put to voters: But this time, the Board of Finance was sorry about this on board and it appeared as if an agreement could be reached with Whitewater to prevent foreclosure and sell to the town The benefits are indeed priceless vs.

I urge everyone in New England who is able, to make a stop in Middlefield next season to support this effort. Killington has trails open today Belleayre received snow yet again, less than 3 hours from New York City Steamboat is being snowed on as I type this It's just another lousy wrinkle to finish off a disastrous season. The skiing this past weekend was just incredible, yet slopes were empty. And so it goes Never mind that -- once treated -- the water is cleaner than the stuff that falls from the sky. Never mind that native Americans built an eyesore on the Grand Canyon and the environmentalists looked the other way. Peak Resorts now operates 11 ski areas -- meet the new boss Killington got 10" and is dealing 86 trails This year the venue is Alyeska Alaska.

In the Mid-Atlantic, stalwarts Elk and Wintergreen have banged it up. Other than the usual Hunter and Belleayre holding on as long as possible, New York metro area skiers have to head a bit further north to find stuff. Conditions today are blue skies, white slopes, as good as it gets New Hampshire's Ragged Mountain is on the auction block as I type this, leading rumor is that the brothers Endriunas will do a bankruptcy work-around and keep the wolves at bay a little longer Others, like Mount Snow, Stratton, Okemo etc. Lindsey Kildow elected to end her World Cup season early to give her knees time to recover American Skiing Company continues to be in the news, as today founder Les Otten resigned from the board.

Rumor is that Otten is heading up a group looking to buy Sunday River, which is where he got his start. This is just a rumor folks, and I ain't the first to say it Only problem with that is, school doesn't end until 2: They are actually encouraging kids to "play hookie" [sic - correct spelling is hooky] on their website. If you've ever skied there, you would know that their core market needs all the education they can get. And apparently, so do the people at Intrawest who cook this stuff up. It was, to say the least, epic Shed a tear; things aren't going back to January at this point, it will just be an up-and-down pattern. Winter continues, but the good stuff has past. Unfortunately, you gotta hike to get to it, since the lifts are on wind hold.

The snow report from Sugarbush is a bit silly, as they are reporting every trail open, yet half the lifts are not operating. Mount Snow is even worse, only Ego Alley running up the mountain. At least Killington has the K1 gondy running. Okemo has some summit stuff open. So, looking around, who offered the most skiing, with a lift to the summit, for the best price? Why good ol' Magic Mountain. Happens every few years, folks Virginia biggie Wintergreen is firing on all cylinders Alright, I'm talking about American Skiing Company, saddled with debt that was little eased by the pending sale of Steamboat.

Renate Goetschl of Austria was the bronze medalist 1: What does he know, just an oversized rodent anyway Steamboat is a good spot for powder today, with 14" of fresh According to a report from Vermont State Police, Pallotta was allegedly skiing at a very high rate of speed NJ's Mountain Creek lags shamefully behind, less than half of its terrain open to the public. Loveland, Steamboat, Cooper, A-Basin. Coverage is decent, but not spectacular. All the overblown reports you hear about 3' dumpings and whatnot is happening elsewhere. Yes, the city and the foothills have more than usual, but the ski areas are crying for more.

World Cup leader Marlies Schild missed a gate near the top of the course. Kildow shared fourth place with Austrian Andrea Fischbacher. World champion Anja Paerson was sixth. Schild held on to the overall lead with points. Hosp is second withwhile Mancuso moved into third with Rival Okemo has 71 today, although that could increase to as many as 77 by tomorrow Mid-Atlantic stalwarts are looking good, although some are a little thin in the open trail department. Wintergreen has five going, Mountain Creek has one route from the summit of Vernon with a few options near the base. Elk now has a couple routes from the summit; the best in eastern PA looks to be Camelback with a half dozen different ways down, which they report as 18 trails.

Kind of like Killington's That's five trails, isn't it? Jeez, can the east catch a break this season? Good news in Michigan, overnight snow added 3" at Boyne. We're glad to hear it! So we'll try again Folks, best snowpack is in the Pac NW, no question about it. Baker with ", to Mt. Bachelor on ", conditions are darn good right now. Even Anthony Lakes, which doesn't tend to receive a lot of snow by comparison, has a healthy 51" base. Ever-popular Summit at Snoqualmie reports " Rights to the name have been regained by Bill Holmberg, grandson of namesake founder Hartvig Holmberg Good news is they're about half open A little longer trip to Okemo yields a lot more terrain.

Incidentally, if you look back at our forecast for MLK weekend in the northeast, you'll see that we nailed it, sorry to say. Hey, we're usually wrong. So this one time that we were spot-on, we're certainly going to brag Mid-Atlantic biggie Wintergreen is looking to re-open tomorrow. Mountain Creek planning for Friday. For a complete rundown on Creek's plans, check our NJ page Best snowpack this season is Utah, no question, places like Alta on a solid 5' base Jackson Hole is oddly thin in some spots, buried in others, nonetheless opened legendary Corbet's Couloir today Teammate Resi Stiegler finished fourth, Stacey Cook was 20th.

All in all the best World Cup performance by U. K-Mart tried to hide their identity through a private domain registrar, but some folks sniffed it out BUT it will not get as warm as originally forecasted, and I'm sticking with the 16th as the return to normal winter temperatures. New England may see it on the 14th, even the 13th, the rest of the east 15th or 16th. If I'm wrong and it hits sooner, 5, skiers won't hold it against me Of the bigger names in the east that closed during the heat wave, here's a rundown: Mad River Glen VT will have some of its lower mountain stuff open this weekend.

Wachusett MA has already re-opened, but things are pretty rough at Wa-Wa. Wintergreen VA will re-open tonight or tomorrow. Elk PA will re-open tomorrow, but no night skiing. And finally, Mountain Creek NJ says they'll reopen on the 19th. Intrawest will need to do some kind of major tap dance to explain this to angry passholders. Saddleback appears to be the best combination of value, conditions, and open terrain, while Sunday River flat-out has the most. The stuff at Attitash is a wet, mucky sort of snow, but hey, that works better than what most of the northeast has So what does that mean to ski resorts in the east?

Well, the Martin Luther King weekend business is going to be brutal. Lots of pre-sold packages, very little to ski on. Killington is talking a good game, intending to make snow this week, but we won't get our hopes up. Mount Snow supposedly turned on the guns last night, we can't imagine what sort of frozen glop they served up. Look for Saturday, January 20th, to be an all-out mob scene on the slopes. The sale is slated to go through in February and will add to Snowmass area properties already operated by Related WestPac. Not likely the Steamboat purchase had anything to do with Intrawest selling out at Snowmass, but who knows.

I wonder how many Intrawest keeps the ASCs straight In the northeast, things will probably continue to look ugly for a few days. A couple of resort passholders are up the creek -- literally and figuratively. Intrawest's Mountain Creek which remains shuttered and has attempted to pacify angry passholders with an opportunity to drive miles to Stratton, where passes will be honored -- midweek. On weekends Creek passholders can ski Stratton at a discount. They've also put together a discount deal with Hunter. Kudos to Creek for caring about their core customers, but what they really need to do is cough up some snow once the cold returns to the northeast On their website, they promise to do something, just not saying yet what it will be.

Look for things to get really, really cold at the end of next week in those northern plains states, as a big time high pressure system is building over western Canada As warm as the weather has been, that would result in some serious lake effects snows for New England. We're looking at this for sometime toward the end of next week. And it's possible some truly arctic air will hit the northeast mid-month, but right now that's only a possibility. But back to the idea of temps hitting normal to near-normal levels next week: Now hey, that's terrific news for the northeast! But first you gotta get past this stinker of a weekend.

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Ford was an outstanding athlete and avid skier. He spent a lot of time at Vail and was one of the first residents of the Beaver Creek community. Rob Katz, chief executive officer of Vail Hot girls mount snow mi said, "President Ford truly exemplified the values of our community and what makes it such a special place to live and visit - family, friendship and caring. As a token of our deep affection and respect, Vail Resorts will rename a ski run at both Vail and Beaver Creek in his honour. Fact is we could use a few politicians like Gerald Ford on both sides of the aisle Breckenridge has opened the BreckConnect Gondola, which changes the way many skiers will move between town and mountain.

Connecting the town with the ski resort's base areas, the BreckConnect begins at the Breckenridge Transportation Center and ends at Peak 8. It is scheduled to connect with Peak 7 in Taos dumped on over the weekend, all lifts operating, trail count growing Minnesota's massive Lutsen resort is about one-third open Two words for eastern skiers: All I can say is, at the bottom of one particularly icy pitch, I overheard another skier say, "what was the point of that?! With the crazy weather pattern, some resorts in the east are in trouble. Meanwhile, some big time meteorologists are looking for a "January Blowtorch Effect" which is not a good thing.

So what is the deal? Boil it all down, the eastern U. There is an outside chance that the worm could turn around Jan. There's also an outside chance that long term cold may not materialize at all in the east this season. Intrawest itself is in the process of being sold. The next day, Steve Nyman won the Downhill event at the same course. Yesterday in Alta Badia, Swede Markus Larsson won the slalom event, but lo and behold, Ted Ligety finished a strong second in what is believed to be the USA's first ever four podiums in four days Lindsey Kildow came in 3rd.

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Ski season shows up in Pennsylvania, where Big Boulder cranked up the lifts in the Poconos yesterday. Sister area Jack Frost will open Saturday You haven't skied until you've negotiated the opening day mobs at Creek Top gun Cannon will open on Friday with -- well, without much. But lift tickets will be free, so how can you beat it. Sunapee opens with a single route tomorrow. In other words, the snowguns have been fired up at resorts that people can actually get to This collection of chemicals in a large quantity in such a small area also can give off the pungent smell many people say they are experiencing.

Why does the snow look like it is not melting? Well, it is melting. The structure of the snow and the flakes actually, for lack of a better word, wicks away the water back into the snowball structure. Try this, do this same test with an ice cube and watch it melt, you will see the liquid water. Because the ice cube is solid and the liquid has no where else to go. Yes the ice will turn black, again that is the soot collecting. Another process that may be melting the snow in many cases without visible signs is sublimation, a process of the water cycle where a solid goes directly to being a gas without going through the liquid phase first.

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