Category Archive : Killington

Early-season review of Colorado ski areas: Snow’s good, terrain limited

More good early ski season news from across the country. New England is off to a great start along with Colorado and Utah. A great way to get reconnected with nature and enjoy the outdoors. There has been many improvement to ski area across the country, new snow making capacity and a fleet of groomers making conditions to please the crowd. Skiers and snowboarders are optimistic of the coming winter season. So put away the golf clubs and wax up the boards, it is time to hit the slopes! 

 

Ski slope groomers ready to work!

Early season skiing and snowboarding is greatly improve with snow making and quality grooming.

Utah weather: Golf Wednesday, wind surf Thursday, snow ski this weekend

“A new report issued Tuesday by the U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service indicates soil moisture is below average in northern and southeastern Utah and near average in southwestern Utah as of Nov. 1. Prepared by the Snow Survey Staff, the Utah …”
http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865566220/Utah-weather-Golf-Wednesday-wind-surf-Thursday-snow-ski-this-weekend.html

 

Killington Opening Day Snow Report Monday … – The Basin Ski Shop

“Basin Snow Report. About Us Basin Ski Shop Meet Our Staff Basin Ski Shop Contact Us · BROWSE … Search the Basin Ski Report: Shop Online 24 x 7!www.basinski.com/…/killington-opening-day-snow-report-mo…”
http://www.basinski.com/2012/11/killington-opening-day-snow-report-monday-nov-5/

 

Early-season review of Colorado ski areas: Snow’s good, terrain limited

“With Breckenridge opening Friday, Denver Post ski writer John Meyer skied Loveland, Arapahoe Basin, Keystone and Copper Mountain on Thursday to get a feel for what kind of ski experience those areas are offering. His report: While the terrain they …”
http://www.denverpost.com/extremes/ci_21961441/early-season-review-colorado-ski-areas-snows-good

 

More good news for North American resorts will definitely excite the skier and snowboarder, like it does me. Let us know what conditions you encounter and leave a comment for our readers.  See you on the slopes… ok I will most likely be in the trees enjoying the untracked powder!

 

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