Foot upon foot of snow is falling all over New England. Get out there!
Snowy North America, the storms keep coming making this one of the best winters across the country in a long time. Check out the the latest SnoCountry SnoCast below.
Forget chocolate and flowers, Maine was the big winner on Valentines Day with over 2 feet of snow!
Mother Nature has blessed Killington with a staggering amount of snow this February, and the tracks are filling in as fast as you can make them. They picked up four more inches of perfect snowball snow Wednesday, and the dumpage continued overnight with another 3 inches.
Join them this weekend for more powder, more glades, more drifts and more fresh tracks on 1487 acres of open terrain, the most skiing and riding in the East.
Remember, your Killington ticket or pass is always valid at Pico Mountain, located just a short drive west. With two resorts for one price, a Killington Lift Ticket offers by far the most open terrain in Eastern North America.
ST. MORITZ, Switzerland – With the fastest second run of the day, Mikaela Shiffrin (Eagle-Vail, CO) grabbed her first career World Championships giant slalom medal Thursday, finishing second on a sun-soaked course at the 2017 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships.
Tessa Worley of France took the victory, her second World Championship giant slalom title, as Italy’s Sofia Goggia finished third, her first World Championship medal as well. Megan McJames (Park City, UT) was the only other American to qualify for the second run, finishing 21st.
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