It's a real perk to have somewhere fun and friendly to go after last chair.
The lifts at these resorts are reliable, thoughtfully laid out, and keep skiers moving.
Resignations by two controversial commission members paved the way for Gunstock management to reopen the resort immediately.
Flush with cash from a good third quarter, Vail Resorts announces three chairlift upgrades with more news to come.
Resorts are closing, but you can extend your ski season with these backcountry touring routes for all abilities.
There’s No Place Like Skiing at Home, Even (Especially) If Home Is New Hampshire’s Mount Washington Valley
You don't have to put down roots to be part of the community in the Mount Washington Valley.
Looking for one more hoorah before it's back to the grind? Here's 130 ways to celebrate summer at U.S. ski resorts.
Here's where to find the best-groomed slopes in ski country—and the classic trails on which to set an edge next season.
Don't abandon your need for speed after the lifts stop turning. Here are our favorite mountain coasters at resorts around the country.
With the ski season wrapping up from coast to coast, we take a look at how it went off around different parts of the country.
Night skiing is a rite of passage for any skier. Try it at one of these 9 ski areas that spin the bull wheel after the sun goes down.
Looking to get away from the crowds and have a little space to yourself? These remote and cozy cabins have everything you need to escape reality, all within an hour of great skiing.
Granite Backcountry Alliance cuts trees to grow backcountry skiing in New Hampshire—but it's good for the land too.
Here's the top 10 best resorts for Scenery in the East, according to SKI's Reader Resort Survey.
Here's the top 10 best resorts for Down-Day Activities in the East, according to SKI's Reader Resort Survey.
The former U.S. Ski Team member looks to elevate the school’s skiing program.
Do you even lift? Meet Cindy Whitaker, a sixty-five year old liftie who's been operating chairlifts for 40 years at Cranmore Mountain and still going strong.
Live Free and Ski founder talks about his nonprofit, and his vision to remove cost barriers for first-time skiers.
Is it surprising that the East produces so many great bump skiers? Not at all. Kearney looks forward to a new chapter, and offers a couple tips on how to rip in moguls.
We caught up with Mad River Glen's Eric Friedman, one of the industry’s least bullshitty public relations guys, for his take on how good the skiing is. For fans of natural snow, now's the time.
An off road experience that you won't soon forget