North America

The Big Five: Unpacking the Most Loved Winter Sports in the US

  While some individuals may see winter as a period for rest, it is important to note that this time of year is the most demanding and active for several sportspeople and sports enthusiasts. The popularity of winter sports may vary according to several variables, including the host nation, media coverage, and the regional appeal of certain sports. Skiing and snowboarding are very popular winter sports in the United States. The average number of skiers...

Vermont Ski Areas Recognize National Ski Safety Awareness Month

New Partnership with Snow Angel Foundation Focuses on Collision Avoidance This month ski areas across Vermont are participating in National Safety Awareness Month, promoted by the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA).  While Vermont’s ski areas remain focused on the safety of guests and employees every day, the goal of the annual month-long initiative is to remind skiers and snowboarders of the important role they play in mountain safety. The dynamic nature of snow sports is...

Explore Hidden Gem Ski Centers In The Adirondacks of Upstate New York 

Less crowded, affordable slopes – and even free skiing Accompanying photos available here One of the best-kept ski secrets in upstate New York is that the Adirondack Mountains have a handful of hidden gems ideal for novice to expert skiers, including two ski areas that offer skiing free of charge. Nestled into historic mountain towns with a distinct Adirondack feel, all of these under-the-radar ski areas offer visitors the opportunity to ski, snowboard or snow...

No Snow in the Northeastern USA, but there is still skiing in New Hampshire

New Hampshire’s ski areas are open for the holiday week, many with top-to-bottom trails available for skiers and riders. While recent rain has resulted in a temporary pause in snowmaking, ski area snowmaking teams took advantage of early season cold weather and the cold temperatures experienced mid-week before the holidays to make as much snow as possible to cover trails and ensure a good skiing surface for guests. “With colder nighttime temperatures and the potential...

Lake Placid, New York: A Winter Playground

Mirror Lake Mount Van Hoevenberg The outdoor center at Mount Van Hoevenberg is just a short drive from Lake Placid and is named in honor of Henry Van Hoevenberg, a Dutch immigrant and early Adirondack explorer. Here are some key points about Mount Van Hoevenberg: Elevation: Mount Van Hoevenberg has an elevation of approximately 2,940 feet (896 meters) above sea level. Winter Sports: The mountain is well-known for its winter sports facilities. The Mount Van...

2024 Best Downhill Ski Resorts in Canada

Canada is home to numerous world-class downhill ski resorts, each offering unique experiences and excellent skiing conditions. Here are some of the best downhill ski resorts in Canada: Whistler Blackcomb (British Columbia): Often regarded as one of the top ski resorts in the world, Whistler Blackcomb is a vast and interconnected resort with a wide range of terrain, including alpine bowls, groomed runs, and challenging slopes. It hosted the alpine skiing events for the 2010...

2024 Top 10 Cross-Country Ski Resorts in North America

For true skiing connoisseurs, cross-country skiing is where it is at. Downhill skiing might be a little more glamorous, more flashy, and make for the best GoPro videos, but nothing can beat the glorious joy and aerobic challenge of cross-country skiing. A far cry from the gravity-assisted ease of downhill skiing, your first attempt at strapping on cross-country skis might leave you baffled at the physics-defying skills required. But with a little perseverance (and a...

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