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Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Info.
Jackson's Casper area became "ALL NEW - ALL BLUE" in 2013, great for intermediates.
For 2015-16, new trails and a new lift - "The Teton Lift" above their Apres Vous area.

For 2016-17 Jackson Hole added their 2nd gondola named the "Sweetwater Gondola" ...
For 2017-18 Jackson closed on April 8 after a winter season of 502 inches of snow.
In 2018-19 Jackson closed on April 9 after a winter with 505 inches of snow.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort opened Solitude Station in 2018-19 with 12,000 square feet of
Mountain Sports School for children 7 years and older and adult lessons for all ability levels PLUS rental and dining facilities.

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And, it's mid-November; ski resorts are opening!

The BIG Boston Ski and Snowboard Expo is this weekend, Nov. 14-17, see more and save.
For the best deals check the "Resorts" and "Lodging" links below and plan your great trips to the mountains today,


Schweitzer Mountain, ID received snow on Sept. 29-30. Wax your skis, it's going to be great this winter!
Get to your favorite Eastern ski town this Autumn for hiking, biking or golf, or to view the colorful leaves.

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For early 2019-20 season pass deals and Autumn events, check out: Resorts East and Resorts West
For great deals on lodging with colorful Autumn leaf peeping and events, visit Lodging East.

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The 2018-19 winter season will probably hit the record books for snowfall.
The East and Northeast began with cold temps and snowfall. The West had a great start and it just kept snowing all winter long.
If you like deep, deep powder
you must have visited Jackson Hole, Tahoe or Mammoth Lakes.
Check out the photos below, click the caption and be linked to that resort.
To view more photos from the winter of 2018-19 link here.

Tram Over Tram Line Scenic Alta Got snow? Sky House Rolex and Broadway
The famous Jackson Hole Tram rises over a trail appropriately named "Tram Line" on its way to deliver skiers and riders 4,139 feet from the base to to top of the resort.
(SKIER NEWS photo - Dave Leonardi)

ALTA, UT (03-27-19) -
Skiers cruise a beautiful trail on their way to Alf's mid-mountain lodge, the Supreme high-speed quad to the top of Alta, or the Sugarloaf high-speed quad for more groomers.
(SKIER NEWS photo - Dave Leonardi)

SIERRA-at-TAHOE, CA (03-15-19) -
Got snow? Sierra-at-Tahoe does as their base area sign is mostly covered. They received 480 inches of snowfall at the summit and had one of the deepest snowpacks in the U.S.
(SKIER NEWS photo - Lorie Leonardi)
As seen across the "Gypsy" trail, Schweitzer's Sky House mountain top restaurant sits behind the snow covered trees at the top of the Great Escape high-speed quad.
(SKIER NEWS photo - Lorie Leonardi)
New snow on the trees and this Steamboat crossroad provides guests with trail choices. Steamboat upgraded their on mountain signage for 2018-19 with more attractive, informative signs.
(SKIER NEWS photo - Dave Leonardi)

60,530 guests visited Lake Tahoe for NBC's American Century Championship, July 12-14 at the Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course in South Lake Tahoe.
Justin Timberlake returned, in 2019, along with Steph Curry and
Charles Barkley. The 2018 winner, Tony Romo, won again.
The competition returns next July 7-to-12, 2020. View more for the list of celebrities and athletes, as well as spectator info and ticket discounts.
Attend or watch The American Century Championship on your local NBC station on Sat
. July 11 and Sun. July 12, 2020, at 3pm Eastern - Noon Pacific
Rascal Riggles Larry Looks J-T tees Teeing to win
July 14, 2019 - Fan favorites - members of Rascal Flatts, Joe Don Rooney (left) and Jay DeMarcus (right) with actor/comedian Rob Riggle before teeing off. Joe Don finished 26th with +25 pts; Riggle ended tied for 67th with Frank Reich and Bobby Flay with -24 pts and Jay finished tied for 74th with Jordy Nelson at -30.
SKIER NEWS photo - Dave Leonardi
July 14, 2019 - Speaking of fan favorites, Larry the Cable Guy looks down the fairway at his Day 3 tee shot. Larry began the day with no chance of winning with -23 Stableford points and ended the tournament in 76th place with -31 pts.
SKIER NEWS photo - Dave Leonardi
July 14, 2019 - And of course the big fan favorite, Justin Timberlake tees off for day three. JT began the day in the middle of the pack with +19 Stableford pts. He ended in 38th with +16 pts, losing 3 pts during the day.
SKIER NEWS photo - Dave Leonardi
July 14, 2019 - Tony Romo, defending 2018 American Century Champion,
strikes the ball as he tees off on 18 to end his three-day lead and win the event with +71 Stableford points.
SKIER NEWS photo - Dave Leonardi
For more photo essays from each day of play, see our SKIER NEWS, Tahoe Golf page.

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