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Firsthand Report: A Swiss Trip to Arosa-Lenzerheide and Ascona
After visiting Switzerland during the summer and discovering phenomenal views, hiking, and chocolate, DCSki’s Editor returned this past winter to experience the Arosa-Lenzerheide ski area. During a two week trip, he made his inaugural European ski run, and then went from winter in the mountains of Arosa to spring in Ascona, Switzerland’s temperate, lowest-lying town. He provides this Firsthand Report.
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April 15, 2015 - North Carolina’s Sugar Mountain Resort is wasting no time announcing improvements for the 2015-2016 ski season. In late March, 2015, the ski area revealed that it will be installing a new “six pack” high-speed chairlift in time for the opening of the 2015-2016 winter season.
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March 29, 2015 - Connie Lawn and Charles Sneiderman visited Pennsylvania’s Liberty Mountain Resort on its final day of the season, discovering plenty of snow, a lack of crowds, and a relaxed atmosphere.
March 22, 2015 - DCSki Columnist Jim Kenney used to work to ski. Recently retired, he can now focus exclusively on skiing. He’s in the midst of a two-month journey to discover his inner ski bum, and is checking in with updates on the DCSki Forums. In his fifth update, he describes a recent rendezvous with family and friends at various resorts throughout Colorado.
March 14, 2015 - Park City, Utah is home to three major ski areas: Deer Valley, Park City Mountain Resort, and The Canyons. On a recent trip, DCSki Columnist Matthew Graham decided to tackle all three. He provides this Firsthand Report.
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March 12, 2015 - Days are getting longer but there’s still plenty of snow at West Virginia’s Snowshoe Mountain Resort. Connie Lawn and Charles Sneiderman check in with an early March trip report.
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March 6, 2015 - DCSki Columnist Jim Kenney used to work to ski. Recently retired, he can now focus exclusively on skiing. He’s in the midst of a two-month journey to discover his inner ski bum, and is checking in with updates on the DCSki Forums. In his fourth update, he hits the slopes of Wyoming’s Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
February 26, 2015 - DCSki Columnist Jim Kenney used to work to ski. Recently retired, he can now focus exclusively on skiing. He’s in the midst of a two-month journey to discover his inner ski bum, and is checking in with updates on the DCSki Forums. In his third update, he departs Colorado and heads to Park City and South Lake Tahoe.
February 22, 2015 - DCSki Columnist John Sherwood recently returned from a trip to the Alrberg ski region of Austria. “One could spend a month here and not ski every trail,” John writes, “a season and not experience all of its ski routes and sidebound zones, and a lifetime, and never ski every off-piste line.” John provides this detailed Firsthand Report on the expansive ski area located in the Alps.
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February 19, 2015 - DCSki Columnist Jim Kenney used to work to ski. Recently retired, he can now focus exclusively on skiing. He’s in the midst of a two-month journey to discover his inner ski bum, and is checking in with updates on the DCSki Forums. His second update provides a recap so far of some of his Colorado experiences.
February 17, 2015 - West Virginia’s Snowshoe Mountain Resort began selling a “Ridiculous Pass” this morning, but with the resort’s web site and telephone lines seizing up under high demand, hundreds of potential customers found themselves staring at a broken web page in frustration, unable to purchase the pass.
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