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  • Any easy downhill ride

    Any easy downhill ride
    Here we go again. The latest word from the National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center is that the mid-Atlantic has a decent chance of another winter of above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation. With that in mind, we took a...
  • A skier's hat trick in Michigan's U.P.

    Indianhead, Big Powderhorn and Blackjack--located within minutes of each other in Michigan's Upper Peninsula--have long been favorites with Midwest skiers. A mix of terrain, more than 80 runs and lifts, multiple runs, lots of snow (annual average around...
  • Snowboarding Bullsdogs Rose Parade Float Test

    Gayle Anderson was live in Irwindale at Fiesta Parade Floats to see the WORLD'S LARGEST ROSE PARADE FLOAT being built for DICK VAN PATTEN'S NATURAL BALANCE PET FOODS. A new bulldog puppy will ride on the float and DICK VAN PATTEN'S NATURAL BALANCE PET...
  • Meet the '13 - Fear Is Real' Brave Souls

    One way to conquer your fears is to face them, but on the new CW show, a few brave souls will fail trying. A musician, model, bartender and hotel concierge are just a few of the lucky 13 contestants who will face their deepest fears on "13 - Fear Is...
  • U.S. ski resorts warming up to snowboarders

    Beginning in March, the number of U.S. ski resorts that still ban snowboarding will drop to three. New Mexico's Taos Ski Valley (left), a family-run resort that opened in 1955, announced plans to open the ski area to snowboarders beginning March 19. The...
  • Fun if you get the drift

    The giant snowstorm that buried Big Bear Lake over the weekend seemed gentle and reassuring compared with the smoke, fire and evacuations the mountain resort has endured. Mother Nature, for now, acting motherly. In fact, despite slick roads, cars...
  • Northeast's Top 10 ski areas

    Northeast's Top 10 ski areas
    A lot of great resorts didn't make the list, and you may be crestfallen because your favorite isn't here. Let us explain: We put together this list with every type of skier in mind - the double-black diamond daredevil, the bunny sloper, little kids,...
  • Where the art of the deal, art of film face off

    "Three days of work, two days of snowboarding." That's the plan of at least one pasty Irish visitor, the writer-director Martin McDonagh, who arrives alongside an estimated 52,000 other people this week for the 30th annual schuss of the Sundance Film...
  • Hitting the slopes in the Czech Republic

    Harrachov, Czech Republic The Alps, with their dizzying heights, high fashion and higher prices, were a day's drive away for my American family living in Berlin. Getting there would have eaten up gas and time, not to mention added significantly to the...
  • Prime snow forecast for Sierra, Southern California

    Mother Nature must be a snowboarding, jib-riding, powder-loving babe because she is cooking up prime snow conditions this weekend for ski resorts throughout Southern California and all the way to Tahoe and Reno. January already ranks fourth in the last...
  • Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico to open

    Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico opens its slopes to snowboarders Wednesday. But two-plankers shouldn't panic, because the mountain has such sheer pitches that relatively few snowboarders are likely to attempt them. Also, all of the black descents are...
  • No-go zones for snowboarding down to a final three

    He strolled across the snow at 3 o'clock on a brilliant February afternoon, his goggles warding off the high-altitude glare that makes Utah's Little Cottonwood Canyon glow. But his dark lenses couldn't combat the laser-beam stares, which suddenly homed...