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  • Killington Grand Resort Hotel Completes Renovation


    Slopeside Hotel Updates 200 Guest Rooms and Suites with Fresh, Modern Style KILLINGTON, Vt. (February 1, 2013) – Vermont’s Killington Grand Resort Hotel, a condominium-hotel managed by Killington Resort, completed a multi-million dollar renovation of 200 guest rooms and suites, to further establish itself as a premier resort hotel. “The Killington Grand Resort Hotel needed a facelift,” ...

  • Red Bull Frozen Rush Racing Truck Event at Mount Snow


    900-Horsepower Truck Defies Climate Constraints at Red Bull Frozen Rush WHAT: For the first time ever, a short course off-road Pro4 racing truck will take to the snow in Vermont’s Green Mountains to battle gravity and the elements as part of Red Bull Frozen Rush. The four-wheel drive vehicle, designed to handle just about anything a summertime off-road speedway can throw at it, will face an onslaught of new challenges when it enters winter’s frozen ...

  • Cloud Nine Nuptials at Mount Snow: A Unique Way to Celebrate Valentine’s Day


    West Dover, VT (February 4, 2013) – The procession is a ride up a chairlift, the altar is a podium positioned at the pinnacle of a heart painted on the snow and formal footwear is replaced with ski or snowboard boots – that is the scene couples wanting to renew their vows, or tie the knot for the first time, will enjoy this Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14) during Cloud Nine Nuptials at the summit of Mount Snow Resort. It is the second year of the event, whi...

  • Orthopaedic Surgeons Advise Using Helmets During Winter Sports


    The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AA0S) has experts who are available to weigh in on winter sports and helmet safety. Please contact us by phone or email to request an interview. ROSEMONT, Ill., Jan. 30, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- According to an article in today's New York Times entitled "Wear a Helmet When Hitting the Slopes," 40 percent of skiers and snowboarders avoid helmets. But why is this? The article states, "studies have co...

  • Camelback Mountain Raises Funds for Breast Cancer


    Staff and Guests Come Together to Raise Money for Local and National Charities TANNERSVILLE, PA –It is hard to find someone that has not been touched by breast cancer in some way. At Camelback Mountain Resort, we feel the same and therefore have partnered with Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) to help educate our staff and guests on the importance of an active lifestyle and early detection. To celebrate with survivors and friends, Camelback has planne...

  • Adaptive Ski Camp at Camelback Mountain Scheduled for February


    TANNERSVILLE, PA – The Stars of Tomorrow, an adaptive ski camp for 5-18 year olds with physical disabilities, will be at Camelback Mountain Resort, February 5-8, 2013 for the 19th consecutive year. The camp is open to first-time skiers as well as seasoned skiers that want to continue to improve their skiing. Just as any other kids’ sports camp, the focus is on the sport, but the camp also gives these determined kids so much more. The kids develop indep...

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