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  • Will there be a (lift serviced) 2020-2021 ski season ?

    Given that experts are saying that it will be at least 12-18 months before a vaccine can be developed, tested, manufactured, and distributed, I am growing increasingly pessimistic that there will be lift-serviced skiing next winter. I don’t trust people who are not medical professionals touting dangerous snake oil remedies (e.g. hydroxychloroquine, which has already killed at least 1 person…

  • Newmarket NH

    Best I can conclude edd and DHS live there - what are the best places to eat? We live a bit up the road but grow tired of exeter and epping, what's the deal in newmarket?

  • Super season pass deal

    Powderhorn in CO slashes their prices: This is a great deal. Powderhorn is a quality midsize CO mountain. Although it's not specified, there should be a significant number of partner resorts. Note that Ragged in NH is included as an unlimited option.

  • Vail and aspen teaming up Vail Resorts and Alterra Mountain Co. Announce Merger Less season passes staying separate now time

  • Hiccups

    Your best plan to be hiccups?

  • Throwback Report- Killington 4/1-4/2, 2017

    If I were to pick the best ski weekend I'd ever had, it would be this one. Saturday was a 14" spring powder day. Snow was dense enough to stick to EVERYTHING, putting the mountain completely in play. The trees were off-the-charts. I remember hooting and hollering through the Stairs multiple times for first tracks. Then it was an assault…

  • Magic Mountain Goggles for Docs

    Just noticed on FB that Magic is participating and collecting ski goggles to donate to hospitals. What a cool idea! Sent from my XT1635-01 using AlpineZone mobile app

  • Ski Resort Response to COVID-19

    So for most the season is over. And for a lot of us, who are passholders, we are losing A LOT of the season. Just wondering what your resorts are doing for passholders to make up for the lost portion of the season (if anything). Burke offered a $200 credit to passholders; $50 credit for those who had other products.