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Where to Ski This Weekend: President's Day

After a long dry spell, snow returns to Tahoe, plus the Coast Range and the Pacific Northwest are getting pounded. Luckily, it’s a three-day weekend. Thanks for being born, Abraham Lincoln.

The underrated snow sponge of Southern Colorado, Wolf Creek notoriously gets more snow than anywhere else in the area, plus lift tickets are dirt cheep. For turkey, and hot springs soaking  stay in nearby Pagosa Springs. Forecast

Where to Ski This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a crapshoot when it comes to skiing, the snow can be variable, but there are early season deals to be had. Luckily, this year we’re getting the best of both worlds, November has already been a big month for snow in the West and you can still find screaming deals on lodging, tickets and food. Looking for a place to give thanks? Here’s where you should head, plus forecasts, so you can decide for yourself.

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Find late season pow, or at least some corn, at these resorts that haven’t closed yet.

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Where to Ski this Weekend: March 25-27

Snow is still flying across the country. Plus, plenty of resorts are hosting music, festivals, and events. The skiing is good just about everywhere. Get out there.

Bolton Valley opens this weekend, they've seen 3.5 feet since last Sunday.

Where to Ski this Weekend: December 11-12

After a slow start to the season, the East Coast is finally seeing some snow. Sugarloaf got 12 inches, and there are pow turns to be had all throughout New England.

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Where to Ski This Weekend: Colorado

Colorado's had one of it's best seasons yet. And with recent dumps at Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, Beaver Creek and Copper Mountain, winter's not ending any time soon.

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Where to Ski This Weekend: Feb 27-28

Planning a last-minute ski trip? Follow the snow. Southwest Colorado is expecting several feet of snow. The Berkshires in Massachusetts got 10-plus inches. And Squaw Valley is getting storms—and is hosting the biggest freeride competition in the U.S. on Saturday, the Freeride World Tour. We’ve got snow reports, travel deals, and more.

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Where to Ski this Weekend: Closing Day Parties

Despite the fact that some of them are still getting pounded by snow, these resorts are closing this weekend. Here's where to head for closing day festivities and face shots.