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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.

If you're up there today, you can ski for free.

Where To Ski Thanksgiving Weekend

It’s snowing in the East and the Northwest, plus, a bunch of resorts are opening for the season. Give thanks.

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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.

Tons of snow at Beaver Creek

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.

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.

Steamboat Ski Resort in Colorado just received four inches of new snow. Head there this weekend, or book their $99 Springalicious Four Pack (good for any four days of skiing between April 2-11).

Where to Ski This Weekend: March 6-7

Heading to the mountains this weekend? We've got the latest snow reports (19 inches at Snowbird), travel deals (spring savings at Steamboat or $39 Fridays at Attitash), and events (like live music at Mount Bachelor) around the country.

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Where to Ski This Weekend: Oregon and Washington

Mt. Baker, Mt. Bachelor, and Crystal Mountain are enjoying consistently deep days. There's still winter yet.