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What's New For 2011-12 Ski Season In VERMONT?

Among the variety of new construction and improvements at Vermont’s resorts, one theme unifies. These snow-centric businesses listen to their guests and year after year, strive to create the best possible experience for their extended family of skiers and riders....Read More...


 Valentine's Day 2 for 1 Special at Bromley Mountain Resort
Valentine's Day 2 for 1 Special at Bromley Mountain Resort E-COUPON DAY - Available only at Bromley.com, this E-coupon will get you 2 for 1 lift tickets for Valentine’s Day. Throw in some chocolates and you're off the hook. 2 for 1 tickets available with printed e-coupon only!

 Loon Mountain's Superpipe First to Open in New Hampshire
New Hampshire’s Loon Mountain opened its 425’ long superpipe today, making it the first superpipe to open in New Hampshire and the third to open on the East Coast.  

“Building the pipe is a huge commitment that takes a lot of man power and resources,” said Brian Norton, Loon’s Terrain Park Manager. “We give a lot of credit to our snowmaking and grooming team and we are stoked to have the first superpipe open in New Hampshire.”

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 Kirkwood Mountain Resort First in Tahoe to Open 100% of Terrain
The almost 5 feet of snow that slammed Kirkwood Mountain Resort this past weekend has transformed the resort, allowing it to open 100% of terrain and lifts and move to full operations by the weekend. Throughout the week, the resort has consistently opened more terrain. Timber Creek, Tahoe’s premiere beginner and family area was opened over the weekend, and Chair 10 opened this morning, allowing skiers and riders to access ‘The Wall’ and Wagon Wheel Bowl. On Saturday, Kirkwood will open...

     
  • Super Bowl Specials at New Hampshire's Resorts
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  • Eagle Point Resort will open Friday January 27 for the 2011-12 Season
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  • Four Feet of New Snow at Utah Resorts Additional Accumulation in the Forecast

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