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Some Ski Resorts Explore Possibility Of 'Drone Zones'A new production company is allowing skiing customers to get the ultimate selfie.
2 Utah Ski Resorts Owned By Vail To Be Known As 'Park City'Two neighboring Utah ski resorts owned by Vail Resorts and being combined into one mega resort will be known simply by the name of the mountain city where it is located: "Park City."
Vail To Invest $50 Million Connect 2 Utah Ski ResortsA new high-speed gondola is set to be built this summer to connect two Utah ski resorts and create one of the largest ski areas in the country, Vail Resorts Inc. announced Monday.
Industry Leaders: Skiing Cheaper Than You ThinkIndustry leaders say that even though last-minute lift tickets at some resorts now exceed $100, skiing has never been more affordable if you're savvy about discounts.
Ski Slopes Demographics Change As More Senior Skiers Suit UpIf you've walked into a ski lodge the past few years, likely as not you've seen tables filled with gray-haired skiers wearing sweaters so old they're back in style.
No Impact Seen On Ski Season From FurloughsA group representing the nation's ski industry said Monday it expects no major impact on this year's ski season because of federal furloughs.
USFS Plans Forums Next Week On Ski Resorts, WaterThe U.S. Forest Service has scheduled public meetings next week as it works to craft a rule addressing ski resorts and water.
USFS To Move Ahead This Spring On Ski Areas, WaterA U.S. Forest Service official says the agency expects to begin a public process this spring to craft a directive addressing ski resorts and valuable water rights.
Colorado Ski Areas Hope For Rebound From Last WinterA disappointing snow year in much of Colorado ski country last season has the state's resorts and hotels hoping that snowboarders and skiers will burn off some pent-up demand for deep snow this winter.
Ski Industry's Challenge Aims to Draw BeginnersThe organizers of Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month are expanding an initiative designed to get more beginners to the mountains.
Push To Get Helmets On Skiers, Boarders In Colorado ContinuesAt least 14 people have died on Colorado's ski slopes this season, with six since Feb. 1. According to the National Ski Areas Association, traumatic brain injury is the most common cause of death.
Trade Group: Resorts See Record Skier VisitsThe National Ski Areas Association says a ski season that stretched into July helped U.S. resorts set a record this year for skier visits.
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