The Summer Newsletter mailed in early July.  If you have not seen your copy yet, let us know!  The printer left off the “DUE” from most of the letters for members who we dues.  Please pay your dues at your earliest convenience.  

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Annual ski area listing mailed mid December.  If you did not receive your copy let us know.

Dates set for 2017 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

  • Oktoberfest Comes To Northeast Resorts September 20, 2017
    Whiteface Oktoberfest welcomes Bavaria to the Adirondacks. (Whiteface/Facebook) It’s time to dust off our lederhosen, fire up the oompah band and enjoy a tall mug of German beer at Oktoberfests across Northeastern ski resorts.
  • Court Decision Hamstrings Wolf Creek Project September 19, 2017
    Wolf Creek base will remain as is for the foreseeable future. (Wolf Creek) A federal judge recently ruled against the development of a village around the base of Wolf Creek Ski Area, further dimming the prospects of the Colorado mountain becoming a destination resort.
  • Vermont Resorts Rally Support For The Killington World Cup September 18, 2017
    Enthusiastic fans at the Killington World Cup 2016. (Ski Vermont) Vermont resorts have joined together to support the hosting of the Women’s Audi FIS Ski World Cup at Killington, a move characteristic of the supportive ski community in Vermont. This past spring the Vermont Ski Areas Association (VSAA) Board of Directors, comprised of leadership from […]
  • ResortBoards: Waterville Valley’s New Way To Hit The Trails September 14, 2017
    ResortBoard Adventure Tours will take you off the beaten path. (Waterville Valley) The newest summer activity at the Adventure Center at Waterville Valley in New Hampshire is the ResortBoard Adventure Tour, the first experience of its kind in New England.
  • Cat Skiing Coming To Sugarloaf’s Burnt Mountain September 12, 2017
    The new offering on Brackett Basin will be the only cat skiing operation in Maine, and one of few east of the Rockies. (Sugarloaf/JamieWalter) After making the dream of skiing and riding on Burnt Mountain a reality in 2010, Sugarloaf will make that experience even more accessible this winter by offering guests snow-cat serviced skiing and riding […]