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PT This year the Red Mountain resort opened up 1,000 acres of new runs on Grey Mountain, but two groups of skiers have already gotten lost overnight in the area. (Red Mountain Resort) Two boy scouts who went missing on Thursday afternoon at B.C.'s
Rossland Search and Rescue president Dave Braithwaite told The Vancouver Sun that they are quite optimistic they would find the families. There's no thought the skiers have been hurt in an avalanche, said Braithwaite. "It's just real bushy, and a
If downhill skiing is not your thing, it's easy to feel left out of the fun in our winters. You can't partake of apres-ski hot toddies unless you actually strap some on, right?...Hey, it counts and carries far less risk of plowing into a tree.
Snow Summit will open for the 2013-14 winter season on Friday morning. According to a news release from Big Bear Mountain Resorts, the winter resort will open at 8:30 a.m. with chairs 1 and 2 (including Miracle Mile and Summit Run) open from top to
A 22-year-old Winnipeg man has died after being found suffering from severe hypothermia in water and snow following an apparent snowboarding accident at a ski resort near Kelowna...Coroner's Service says the man was Nickolas Voyer-Taylor, a seasonal
In addition to the nearby proximity, locals love it because it's never crowded and expert groomers are there every day to keep the snow on the most popular runs in great shape. The glade runs are also fun and easily accessible, and the resort
They are a picture of exhausted contentedness, and as sweet-looking as a Sara Lee dessert under layers of ski clothes, with Rudolph noses, ruddy cheeks and dishevelled beanie/helmet hair. While we pack up and store our skis for the day, there's still
Forest Service has approved Taos Ski Valley's request to expand its expert terrain by 60 percent with two new lifts that will take skiers to popular high alpine areas currently accessible only to hikers. The plan also calls for upgrades to three
A week of warmer weather and a halt to June's seemingly endless rains mean evacuation alerts that have been in place for weeks in B.C.'s Shuswap region are finally being lifted. As flooding fears recede, the Regional District of North Okanagan has
With goggle tans and bare torsos on display at ski areas around New England, resorts that got a late start because of unusually mild weather in November and December are facing an early end to the season because of sweltering temperatures in March.