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Normally the season in Southern Hemisphere is well under way by this point in the year. Not this year. Natural disasters and a lack of major snow means the Southern Hemisphere winter has started off slow. But ski camps, contests, and other events are still going on. Here’s what you need to know if you’re headed south.

Can't Even See Any Rocks.  Jackson Hole, Sept 10, 2010

Jackson Hole Early Season Snow

Last night (the evening of September 9th, for those who are keeping score) Jackson Hole got an early season dusting of snow. They called it six inches, but it looks like a little more than that to us. It dumped enough that the locals took it upon themselves to take some turns.

Look like mid-winter at Alpine Meadows

First Storm of the Season

A big storm hit California yesterday and it's been rolling east, dumping as much as a foot of snow in the mountains. Here's what the first storm of the season looks like.

The lower 48’s highest peak is often a training ground for mountaineers looking to conquer higher peaks, but that doesn’t mean that with some skills or a guide it can still be attainable for savvy backcountry skiers.

Where to Ski in August

August is when the itch gets the worst. Hot, lazy days lose their shine. The buzz of the air conditioner starts to burn your eardrums. And winter feels SO far away. And it is, but a plane ticket or a long hike could change that. Here’s where you can get your midsummer fix.