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Annual ski area listing mails mid December.  

Dates set for 2018 events.  See event calendar.

March 3, 2016  NBC Connecticut visits our Race & Fun Day at Ski Butternut! (video plays after short ad)

March 2016 Ski Butternut Race Photos Click here to see race photos

If you need some inspiration to get in shape for ski season, check out this video from Killington

RSS Snocountry

  • Windham Invests In Keeping Winters Cold November 16, 2017
    Looking forward to a white winter at Windham. (Windham/Facebook)  New York’s Windham will be making and grooming snow more efficiently than ever with an increasingly automated snowmaking system and environmentally friendly grooming fleet, thanks to $2 million investments this year.
  • Here’s What’s New On Cali’s Day Trippin’ Mountains November 15, 2017
    Skiing and riding underway at Mount Rose. (Mount Rose Ski Tahoe/Facebook) California has two dozen ski and snowboard resorts, and the bulk of them have minimal lodging and rely upon skiers and riders who drive up for the day.
  • SnoCountry SnoCast: Strong Western Systems, Eastern Lake Effect November 15, 2017
    Crystal Mountain in Washington opened Wednesday. (Crystal Mountain/Facebook) A powerful weather system delivers heavy snow across the West through Friday, then leads to lake effect snow during the weekend for the East.
  • Many Ski Resorts Across Upper Midwest Opening November 14, 2017
    Boyne Highlands freshly groomed. (Boyne) Winter has arrived across the upper Midwest and is even allowing some ski areas in the lower Heartland to fire up and test the snowguns. It’s some of the earliest openings in 20 years.
  • Eldora Installs First High-Speed Chairlift November 14, 2017
    First high-speed will get skiers and riders on slopes fast. (Eldora Mountain/Facebook) The first high-speed chairlift on Eldora Mountain will debut this season, as the Colorado commuter mountain settles in under new ownership.