Topics :: Winter Solstice

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Top US Gay Ski Week Celebrates 10 Years with 10-Day Week

Wednesday Nov 28, 2012
Because 7 was just not enough, Telluride Gay Ski Week is now a big 10. Ten days that is. With the new extension, guests now have more options to grab for fun - on and off the snow.

Free Skiing at Badrutt’s Palace in St. Moritz

Sunday Nov 18, 2012
If Switzerland is in your vacation plans this winter, but lift passes are stretching the budget, Badrutt’s Palace Hotel has the solution.

Fresh Powder for Lake Tahoe’s 17th Annual Gay and Lesbian Ski Week

Saturday Mar 3, 2012
Grab your poles, wax your boards and get ready to hits the slopes! Join the friendliest skiers and boarders from the US and around the globe, with World Class Skiing and nightly entertainment.

Portland Harbor Hotel’s Annual Ice Bar Returns in January 2012

Sunday Dec 18, 2011
Portland Harbor Hotel’s eagerly anticipated Annual Ice Bar, a celebration that embraces winter’s cold, opens on Thursday, January 26, 2012.

Adirondack Ski Vacation

Sunday Nov 20, 2011
November heralds the beginning of winter in the Adirondack Mountains of Northern New York, and everyone - from alpine skiers and boarders, to families looking for a quick winter retreat, is gearing up for snow.

Vermont Ski Resorts Celebrate Snowy Forecast and Start of Snowmaking Season

Wednesday Nov 2, 2011
With another snowy La Nina winter slated and epic predictions from the Old Farmer’s Almanac, snowmaking operations will commence with early season rail jams and the laying of a smooth and pristine snow base.

Vermont Ski Resorts Unveil Upgrades for 2011-2012 Season

Monday Oct 3, 2011
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.

Traveling Through the Backcountry in Winter

By LYNN DOMBEK | Saturday Jan 15, 2011
The solitude, quiet and frozen cold of a winter landscape are great reasons to head outdoors in January and February. You can snowshoe, ski, trek or go sledding. Sleep overnight in a tent, lean-to, yurt or cabin.

Noel, Y’all

By Kilian Melloy | Friday Dec 25, 2009
Merry Christmas, and all the rest!
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