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STAT: The Readout Loud
Was last season the best season ever?
It may not have been the best year ever. But the 2018-'19 season sure started out that way.
Women’s-only ski programs in New England
Whether you’re a newbie to the sport or want to brush up on your skills, there’s a camp out there for you.
A girls-only weekend in Breckenridge, Colo.
Eat, drink, ski, and spa.
Stay warm from head to toe
As the Norwegians like to say, “There is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes.” Here’s some gear to help you stay cozy, on and off the slopes.
A beginner’s guide to cross-country skiing
Not sure where to start? Here are 10 tips from the experts, plus 5 good Nordic centers for beginners.
Vail Resorts scoops up more New England mountains, and the move could be epic for local skiers and riders
The latest move for the ski resort conglomerate was September’s acquisition of Peak Resorts, adding 17 resorts in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwest to its ever-increasing stable of properties.
What’s your favorite downhill New England trail? We asked prominent skiers and snowboarders.
The question is up there with asking about the best concerts you’ve been to, or great movies you’ve seen. Here is a selection of responses.
The best of the new ski accessories
“Lungs” that help you breathe in cold weather, ski pole flasks, venting face masks, smartphone scarves, Bluetooth-enabled goggles, and more. Some are worth the money; others are not.
An uphill battle for a ski town left out in the cold
Saddleback Mountain in Rangeley, Maine, is heading into what is expected to be its fourth-consecutive season of dormancy, and there’s not much locals and Saddleback hopefuls can count on.
Clothing to keep the chill out
Here’s a roundup of some of the best cold weather clothing that will keep you warm and dry even if (when) the nor’easter blows in.
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