Presenting the All-New DCSki
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This summer, DCSki is set for a makeover.

DCSki first went on-line during the 1997-98 winter season. Since then, DCSki has offered evolutionary improvements, increasing coverage and adding features such as the popular DCSki Message Forum. DCSki has garnered a loyal following of readers and logged nearly a million hits during the past winter season.

Starting in April, DCSki will be redesigned from the top down and bottom up. All of the best features of DCSki will be rolled into the new site, but the new site will also add dozens of new features and a new look.

To kick off the makeover, DCSki will be moving places - literally. During the first week of April, DCSki will be migrated to a dedicated server. This new server will provide a giant leap in performance and storage space, paving the way for further improvements.

With the new server in place, new features will gradually be added to DCSki, including a site-wide search engine and integrated weather forecasts. A more efficient layout will make it easier to find information, and increased coverage of summer activities such as mountain biking and hiking will ensure there’s always something new to see.

About M. Scott Smith

M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.

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