Where to Ski this Weekend: Jan 1-2 - Ski Mag

Related

Mammoth got 20 inches out of the last storm

Where to Ski this Weekend: Jan 8-9

Sunny skies and a serious snowpack. Our money is on Southern California this weekend.

WTS Colorado thumb

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.

14 Inches at Telluride

Where to Ski This Weekend: March 11-13

Southern Colorado and New England got slammed by big storms including a 28 inch dump at Silverton and 26 at Whiteface. Winter isn’t giving up yet.

Pond Skimming at Big Sky

Where to Ski this Weekend: Winter in April

Apparently spring didn't get the memo. It's still stormy and deep across the mountains. Here's where to go for "spring" skiing.

Who says the East Coast doesn't get snow: Bolton Valley

Where to Ski this Weekend: January 14-17

Got Monday off? No? Then maybe you should take a sick day. Snow’s been flying across the country, here is where it’s going to be deep.

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.

Steamboat has recieved more than 100 inches

Where to Ski this Weekend: December 3-5

After one of the snowiest Novembers on record in the West, resorts like Steamboat and Summit at Snoqualmie are still racking up the inches. Here is where the storms are heading this weekend.

The Canyons got an 18-inch storm

Where to Ski This Weekend

Spectate or ski: This weekend, the Pan McShlonkey is at Squaw and the Freeskiing World Tour is at Moonlight Basin. Or you could go skiing in Oregon or Utah.