Ski resorts

Snowbasin offers huge discounts for Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday

Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes Mother Nature has cooperated and Snowbasin is open for business! Never been? It’s time to check. Snowbasin is one of Utah’s nicest, largest, and most easily accessible ski resorts. The best part? It’s affordable – especially with the resort Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday deals. …

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Snow dump at Jackson Hole ski resorts, three feet in some places

***For all things Wyoming, sign up for our daily newsletter*** By Wendy Corr, Cowboy State Daily Jackson Hole is a mecca for skiers and snowboarders around the world. With wintry weather hitting the area, the increasing amount of fresh powder on the slopes is music to the ears of staff …

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With low temperatures, snowmaking is activated at Minnesota ski resorts

Minnesota ski resorts started producing snow over the weekend, including Buck Hill in Burnsville. BURNSVILLE, Minnesota — Minnesota ski resorts and businesses are gearing up for the winter season. Over the weekend, ski resorts across the state posted on social media how they had started producing snow. To Buck’s Hill …

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New England has 5 of the best ski resorts in North America, according to Condé Nast Traveler

New Englanders don’t have to travel far to find the best ski mountains in North America – they’re right in their backyards. Conde Nast Traveler published its publication of the 20 best ski resorts in the United States and Canada as part of its 2022 Readers Choice Awardsand has five …

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Faern, a collection of lifestyle alpine resorts opens two new properties, Faern Arosa Altein and Faern Crans-Montana Valaisia

Faern, a collection of lifestyle alpine resorts in Switzerland, is set to open two new properties; Faern Arosa Altein and Faern Crans-Montana Valaisia ​​in December. Each guest will have the chance to explore both captivating elements of the properties, including a variety of wellness concepts, destination dining outlets and ski-to-door …

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The 5 Southernmost Ski Resorts in the United States

Introduction: There are thousands of ski resorts around the world and in some pretty weird places. Did you know you can go skiing in israel? Morocco also has world-class skiing at Oukaimeden. Seems like as long as there are cold winter temperatures, heavy snow and a hill, people will ski …

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Tahoe is on the verge of becoming the third largest ski resort in the country. Here’s how it happened and what it all means

A long-awaited mountain-top ski gondola that promises to reaffirm Lake Tahoe’s stature as a marquee ski destination is set to begin ferrying skiers as early as mid-December. The gondola will link the bases of Olympic Valley (formerly called Squaw Valley) and Alpine Meadows – which operate together as one resort …

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Aosta Valley – InTheSnow

A land of majestic mountains and incredible skiing Considering it’s the smallest region in Italy, Valle d’Aosta really punches its weight when it comes to its ski areas. Located in the high Alps in the northwest of the country, on the border of France and Switzerland (you can even ski …

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Ski resort openings: Could weekend snow help Colorado slopes open earlier?

SUMMIT COUNTY, Colorado (KDVRName) — There are snowflakes in forecast for some mountains in Colorado and it could help some ski resorts open earlier. Each year, Keystone, Loveland, and Arapahoe Basin are usually among the first ski areas to open in Colorado. “Hey, this is a fun competition for all …

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‘It’s snow season’: Howelsen Hill braces for a favorable wintry weather change this weekend

Snow cannons were fired for the first time at Howelsen Hill on Tuesday, October 18, ahead of the predicted wintry weather. Town of Steamboat Springs/Courtesy Photo Artificial snowmaking is underway in the oldest ski area in continuous operation in North America. Crews from Howelsen Hill in Steamboat Springs fired snow …

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Hygee: Salida is on Colorado’s list of nine coziest small towns – by Jan Wondra

It’s the time of year when we layer sweaters and blankets, and to celebrate the winter season, dating review site MyDatingAdviser.com has ranked the coziest small towns in the United States. The new study that compared 170 of the most comfortable small towns in the United States In the national …

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How harsh will the winter be? Six organizations publish forecasts.

While there are still several weeks before the official start of winter on December 21, several organizations are already unveiling their national forecasts for winter 2022-2023. Note that even the most scientifically advanced seasonal forecasts cannot determine what the weather will be like in a particular location at a particular …

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2 of New Zealand’s largest resorts on the brink of bankruptcy after 3 difficult years caused by Covid-19 and poor snowfall

Sky Waka Gondola from Mount Ruapehu Ski Resort. Credit: henrymagazine.nz Ruapehu Alpine Lifts Limited (RAL), the company that operates the Whakapapa and Tūroa ski areas in New Zealand’s central North Island, has gone into voluntary administration. The company had no choice after a government bailout request was rejected. In a …

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Vail changes parking rate structure and pass prices ahead of ski season

By approving new parking rates and passes for the 2022-2023 ski season, Vail hopes to reduce excess frontage road parking, encourage carpooling and more. Dominique Taylor/Vail Daily Archive VAIL – With crowded parking lots, cars lining frontage roads as well as safety concerns and sustainability goals to consider, Vail City …

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Obituary: Maryann W. Griffin – CentralMaine.com

Maryann W. Griffin AUGUSTA — Maryann W. Griffin, 63, of Augusta, died suddenly and unexpectedly of complications from minor surgery, September 28, 2022. Maryann, born May 5, 1959, was the beloved daughter of Beverley “Chubby” (Glencross) and the late Richard “Brownie” Griffin of Peabody, Mass. and Naples, Maine. Maryann lived …

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Portugal beats Paris for US travelers who take advantage of a strong dollar

With the pound and euro struggling against the dollar, opportunistic US travelers might be wondering if it’s time to book an international trip, and maybe even prepay for the hotel. Who wouldn’t love a travel deal, especially after paying through the nose last summer? But don’t think there are bargain …

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Vail Resorts rebounds with record revenue, 2022 profit

Vail Resorts rebounded from two years of pandemic-reduced performance to post its best year ever in 2022. On Wednesday, the company reported more than $2.5 billion in net revenue and $836.9 million in revenue from its ski and hotel operations, setting an all-time record for the largest resort operator in …

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Rally for Camp Hale national monument at the Colorado Snowsports Museum in Vail features a 100-year-old World War II veteran

Francis “Bud” Lovett, a 10th Mountain Division veteran and centenarian who trained at Camp Hale, talks about the importance of conservation for the sake of nature itself, teaching future generations and preserving lessons learned in the past. He was decorated with a bronze star with two oak leaf clusters and …

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the largest geothermal lagoon in the world will be built in canada

the largest geothermal lagoon in the world The Quebec company geoLagon, specializing in the sale of cottages for short-term rental, intends to build the largest geothermal lagoon in the world in Charlevoix, Canada. Inspired by the famous Blue Lagoon of Iceland, the open-air lagoon will feature a patent-pending thermal reservoir …

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Review of Morzine: Best family ski resort in the Portes du Soleil – French Alps

21 September 2022 – 16:04 BST Dilan Sisodia Morzine review: Discover the best family ski resort in the French Alps region of the Portes du Soleil. From hotel recommendations including Hotel Névé to places to eat and drink, here’s everything you need to know before your ski holiday …

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Reinventing commerce for the circular economy, Finnish platform Rentle raises $3.8 million

The World Economic Forum has declared that the world could change in one of eight ways by 2030, one of them being our collective consumption behavior. Experts from the World Economic Forum predict: “You will own nothing and you will be happy. Anything you want, you will rent it and …

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Bull moose dies at Keystone ski resort after becoming entangled in electrical cords

A bull moose was killed at Keystone Ski Resort after becoming entangled in electrical cords from snowmaking equipment. An anonymous source emailed photos and video of the moose being dragged up the mountain behind a truck. (Provided to the Colorado Sun) A bull moose died this week after becoming entangled …

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Gambling giant Macau opens offers for seven casinos, Genting a wild card

A woman walks past a Bank of China branch next to the Grand Lisboa (R) hotel and casino in Macau, China December 21, 2019. REUTERS/Jason Lee Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register HONG KONG, Sept 16 (Reuters) – The Macau government on Friday opened bids from seven …

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The Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City opposes the gondola project

SALT LAKE CITY — The Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City is urging its members to oppose a gondola in Little Cottonwood Canyon, arguing that the proposed project would harm the environment and take money that could be spent to help people in need. “The gondola is not an option …

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Snowriver Mountain Resort Appoints New General Manager

Last week it was announced that Charles Skinner, owner granite peak and Mount Lutsenhad bought Great snow station in Michigan. The two separate peaks, known as Blackjack Mountain and Indianhead Mountain, are renowned. Big Snow Resort is renamed SnowRiver Mountain Resort to avoid confusion with the Big SNOW American Dream …

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Tahoe ski resorts look to go further, faster in 2022-23

Heavenly Mountain Resort has replaced its North Bowl elevator.Provided/Heavenly As time passes by the time snow covers the Sierra, local ski resorts in the area are quickly completing work to upgrade lifts and expand terrain. From new gondolas and lifts to open ski areas, Lake Tahoe area ski resorts plan …

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Bike Fest is back in Horseshoe Valley

Horseshoe Resort is giving Ontario another big party to celebrate summer trails. The third annual Horseshoe Valley Mountain Bike Festival will take place September 16-18, 2022. The three-day festival brings together runners of all ages and abilities, with races and other activities plus an exhibition area with top brands and …

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Eric James Noveroske 1988 – July 24, 2022

ERIC JAMES NOVEROSKE 1988 – July 24, 2022 LOVED FOREVER The family of Eric James Noveroske announces the untimely loss of our beloved son and nephew. Eric died, unexpectedly, of natural causes at his home in Leadville, Colorado on July 24, 2022. He was 34 years old. A native of …

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Stay Cool at These Family-Friendly Attractions in Dubai

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates: The Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism offers a plethora of activities and experiences that residents and visitors to Dubai can enjoy while staying cool in hot weather. Explore a host of fun attractions and destinations across the city, from swim clubs to indoor ski slopes …

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Get a track of the action as Jet2.com launches 23/24 winter ski schedule

Jet2.com gives skiers and snowboarders the chance to hit the snow next winter and catch some trail action in the French, Swiss, Austrian and italian alps after the launch of its Winter 23/24 Ski programme. The good news doesn’t end there. Skiers and snowboarders have all the more reason to …

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TUI launches new night trains to Austrian ski resorts

The large German tourism company TUI announced on Tuesday the introduction of the TUI Ski Express in cooperation with GreenCityTrip. From December 23, new night trains will depart for Austrian ski resorts in Tyrol and the Salzburgerland region. The Ski Express will depart from Amsterdam on Friday evening and will …

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Likely Parking Rate Changes for Vail’s 2022-23 Ski Season

Ski resorts across the country are increasingly turning to paid parking. Park City is set to require paid parking reservations this season, Stowe charges $30 for weekend and holiday parking, and many other resorts have either required paid parking or paid lots in option for better locations. Whatever your thoughts …

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Could the global energy crisis shut down Swiss ski resorts?

Solar ski lift in Tenna, Switzerland, with 82 solar wings that move every 10 minutes to optimize solar reception. It produces 100,000 kWh per year, much more than it consumes. Source: energy-expertfr.ch There are fears that the global energy crisis will claim another victim: ski resorts. The Swiss government has …

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Alpine Canada says no decision has been made on Lake Louise’s World Cup future

The Canadian Alpine Skiing Federation said no decision had been made on the future of its annual World Cup stop in Lake Louise, Alta., after Austrian media reported it would no longer do part of the circuit after this season. “We have not confirmed anything beyond the November 2022 event,” …

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Admitting first-generation and low-income students is not enough

Many of the students I taught in a college internship program were first-generation, low-income students. Often they look for career opportunities that will lead to a better life for themselves and their families, but give up because they feel behind from the start. They feel they have no chance compared …

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Folgefonna: a glacial desert in western Norway

Made up of three distinct glacier plateaus, Folgefonna is a remarkable wilderness area in the heart of Norway’s fjords. Located to the east of the Hardangerfjord, the frozen landscape provides a wonderful contrast to the lush fjords and valleys. Vast glaciers have created the beautiful landscape of Fjord Norway for …

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Taos’ pay rise proves why it’s one of the best ski resorts to work for

“Our B Corp philosophy requires us to take care of our staff and pay a living wage, but that’s not something we just did in light of inflation – it’s been an ongoing commitment for several years. .” -Claire Mylott, spokesperson for Taos Ski Valley. Inflation and labor shortages affect …

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Will a relaxation of vaccine requirements contribute to Vail Resorts’ employee shortage?

Vail Resorts no longer requires employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. The company, which experienced operational difficulties due to staffing issues last season, still strongly encourages workers to get vaccinated.Daily archive photo On July 19, Vail Resorts changed its policy to no longer require COVID-19 …

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Winter sports in Saudi Arabia? An unproven concept except for the monitoring aspect – Analysis – Eurasia Review

Temperatures in northwestern Saudi Arabia on average rarely, if ever, drop below eight degrees Celsius, except in the 2,400-meter-high Sarawat Mountains, where snow falls occasionally at best. However, that hasn’t stopped Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman from eyeing Saudi Arabia as competition for winter sports tourism. The kingdom would do …

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The tiny African kingdom is skiing as Europe sweats the summer heat

Comment this story Comment BUTHA-BUTHE, Lesotho — As millions of people across Europe sweat through a record-breaking summer, they’re skiing in Africa. Do not worry. This is not another sign of climate change but rather the fascinating anomaly of Lesotho, a small mountainous kingdom completely surrounded by South Africa. Lesotho …

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September The best month for hiking in the Dolomites

Val Gardena in the Italian Dolomites is one of the best-known ski resorts in the world, but it’s also a hiking mecca in the summer. Insiders recommend leaving your visit a little later, however, for the best conditions. “The best month to walk in the Dolomites is September, when the …

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NSW and Victoria weather forecast predicts rain, winds and flooding

Weather is expected to continue to get wetter for interior NSW and the alpine regions of Victoria today as the largest frontal system of the season passes. Key points: Rain, wind and flood forecasts for the Alpine regions of NSW and Victoria The forecast comes as a series of cold …

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Can Copper Mountain do something about climate change by using its own slopes?

Western ski area officials know they will lose up to 25% more of their snowpack by 2050, after already suffering 20% ​​losses during a decades-long drought. Thanks to snowmaking from local river water and isolated geographic luck, ski areas in Colorado have so far managed to avoid the devastating effects …

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Short-term stake in Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE:MTN) increases 48.6%

Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: MTN – Get a rating) experienced a significant increase in short interest during the month of July. As of July 15, there was short interest totaling 1,260,000 shares, an increase of 48.6% from the June 30 total of 847,700 shares. Approximately 3.2% of the company’s shares …

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Colorado ski resort expansion halted after tundra damage

Comment this story Comment KEYSTONE, Colo. — The US Forest Service has ordered a halt to expansion at a Rocky Mountain ski resort after contractors mistakenly tore down protected alpine tundra to create a temporary road. The Keystone Resort project involving new trails and lifts has been halted after officials …

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Washington ski resorts switch to mountain bike parks in summer

At the crest from a ski slope, an adventurous soul takes a deep breath and descends a steep slope, hurtling down the slope with a speed that floods the body with adrenaline. Except there isn’t a blanket of snow. Clay forms the entire vertical course, and the …

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SnowBrains forecast: 1 foot or more possible for New Zealand this week

1 credit Early this week, a strong winter storm will roll across New Zealand, dumping more than 1 foot in many resorts across the country. The highest totals will be located along the mountains in the central east of the South Island. Accumulation will begin on the North Island Monday …

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Keybank National Association OH holds $414,000 in Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE:MTN)

Keybank National Association OH reduced its position in shares of Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: MTN – Get a rating) by 8.5% in the 1st quarter, HoldingsChannel reports. The institutional investor held 1,589 shares of the company after selling 148 shares during the quarter. Keybank National Association OH’s holdings in Vail …

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The new trail that puts Austria on the summer vacation map

The increasingly difficult path zigzagged behind Tristkogel. A grassy layer of questionable integrity offered handholds as well as toeholds as I was driven for an extended run. The whole way the summit itself was hidden. As difficult as the climb was, turning around would have been even trickier. Breathtaking amazing …

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Do you have $1,000? Here’s how to turn it into a growing passive income stream

You work hard for your money. For this reason, it should work hard on your behalf when you invest it, especially if you are looking for passive income. Ideally, you would want income streams that increase steadily, as this can help you reach your financial goals faster. A great option …

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Extell Unveils Ski Trails Under BLM Review, Public Comment Period

At a regular meeting Wednesday, Wasatch County Council heard an update on 14 ski trails and 11 hiking and biking trails planned on Bureau of Land Management lands at the Mayflower Mountain Resort. “I hope that’s a plus,” said Brooke Hontz, vice president of development for Extell Utah, the station’s …

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University of Utah Congratulates Cheyenne Graduates | Children and schools

The University of Utah congratulates the more than 8,000 graduates who make up the class of 2022 at an in-person launch ceremony on May 5, 2022 after two years of virtual celebrations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “The Class of 2022 is filled with so many incredible students, with unique …

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10 Adorable North Carolina Mountain Towns You Should Visit

North Carolina has beautiful cities and incredible coastal towns, but the small towns nestled in the mountains have something special. With the Blue Ridge Mountains stretching from Virginia to Tennessee and the nearby Smoky Mountains, western North Carolina offers some of the most scenic mountain views of any state. Big …

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AE Wealth Management LLC makes new investment in Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE:MTN)

AE Wealth Management LLC has acquired a new stake in Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: MTN – Get a rating) in the 1st trimester, HoldingsChannel.com reports. The company purchased 2,513 shares of the company, valued at approximately $654,000. Several other institutional investors and hedge funds have also recently changed their holdings …

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Judge hears harsh criticism of Vail Resorts labor lawsuit settlement

Judge Michael McLaughlin heard harsh criticism of a settlement offer Friday during a Vail Resorts labor trial hearing in South Lake Tahoe.John LaConte/Vail Daily News SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — A fair calculation of wages owed to Vail Resorts workers would be easily found by looking at company records of …

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Brandishing Afro Sprouts and Snow Monsters | Travel

For those who don’t know Ryotaro Sakurai, you’re missing out. The adventurous life of the Japanese tourist promoter led him to start his own company, Lifebridge, which aims to promote tourism in his native territory of Tohoku. However, it is thanks to his magnetic personality and numerous collaborations with YouTubers …

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Hyatt to Open First Hyatt Centric Hotel in Hokkaido, Northern Japan

Hyatt Hotels announced that a subsidiary of Hyatt has entered into a management agreement with NTT Urban Development Corporation to Hyatt Centric Sapporo. Scheduled to open in 2024, the 216-room hotel will mark the third Hyatt Centric property in Japan, following Hyatt Centric Ginza Tokyo and Hyatt Centric Kanazawa. The …

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Keystone Announces Names of New Bergman Bowl Trails

Perhaps the biggest project this offseason for Vail Resorts is the expansion of the Bergman Bowl at Keystone Resort, which was previously only accessible by cat-skiing or hiking. For the past two weeks, the Colorado ski resort has been broadcasting daily words announcing new trail names. With the last puzzle …

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Compagnie des Alpes signs an agreement to acquire MMV

SECOND OPERATOR OF HOTELS AND CLUB RESIDENCES IN THE FRENCH ALPS, MMV OPERATES 20 HOTELS AND CLUB RESIDENCES IN 16 RESORTS AND HOLDS REAL ESTATE ASSETS VALUED AT €94.2M MMV GENERATES REVENUES OF NEARLY 75 MILLION EUROS AND EBITDA, POST-IFRS 16, OF 25.2 MILLION EUROS BY TAKING AN 85% STAKE …

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Where to ride: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s bike park gives a better sense of “all-inclusive”

If you’re looking for a bike park that ticks all the boxes as a destination, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is hard to beat. The mountain biking is excellent, with a mix of flowing trails, jump lines, rugged nature trails and even stellar XC riding. There’s something for everyone, and I …

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3 cheap dividend stocks to buy and hold for at least a decade

The market has been turbulent recently and many stocks have fallen dramatically from their highs. And while growth stocks have generally been the hardest hit, high-quality dividend-paying stocks have not been spared. However, it does mean there are great opportunities to add rock-solid dividend stocks to your long-term investment portfolio …

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Alterra CEO Rusty Gregory Takes a Step Back and Reflects on Next-Gen Station Bosses

The American ski industry was forged by soldiers. We all know the story of 10th Mountain veterans returning from the war with visions of ski runs and chairlifts that would set off dozens of American resorts. The innovators who worked at every position in the ski resort took the reins …

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Skiers at high risk for skin cancer, dermatologist says

As the Australian ski season is well and truly underway, MoleMap dermatologist Dr Niyati Sharma reminds the country’s 1.2 million skiers and snowboarders1 that they are not immune to skin cancer — quite the contrary, in fact. According to the latest air quality data from Yale and Columbia universities, Australia …

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Most expensive neighborhoods to buy a home – 24/7 Wall St.

The US real estate market is in uncharted territory. In the face of growing demand and supply constraints, home values ​​have soared recently, up 13.5% in the past year and 26.5% since the start of the pandemic. According to Realtor.com, a home sales platform and database, the national median listing …

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Rocky Mountain 4th of July

Park City, Utah hosted many events during the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics and serves as a place of remembrance United States team. Gold medal athletes continue to train and put on a show throughout the community as they prepare to compete in their upcoming Olympics. A flight to …

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Mandarin Oriental announces its first mountain resort in Cortina, Italy

The property will undergo a substantial renovation after its closure in the second quarter of 2023. Hong Kong- Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has signed a long-term management agreement with Attestor Limited to rebrand and manage the historic Hotel Cristallo in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy. The property will undergo a substantial renovation …

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Ziplines, bikes, horses, wagon trails: Boyne Mountain has great summer adventures

BOYNE FALLS, MI — A handful of northern Michigan ski resorts have become places of four-season activity, squeezing events into their calendars for spring, summer and fall. The first of them is Boyne Mountain Resort just south of Petoskeywhich offers a wide range of outdoor adventure options for summer visitors. …

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5 Hotel Stocks for Your Summer 2022 Watchlist

Check Out These Hotel Stocks On The Stock Market Today Over the past two years, most investors have likely avoided hotel stocks thanks to the pandemic. With operations in various industries forced to shut down, the hospitality industry has not been spared from the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic. Fast …

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Grand County outfitter takes skiers to ‘powder safe’ hideouts

The Adventure Project takes skiers, like the one above, to powder reserves in exotic locations, like Uzbekistan, also above. Matt Appleford/Courtesy Photo Matt Appleford stops and turns to gaze at the powder-choked trail he’s just skied. He sees one of his clients arrive and disappear under a wave of cold …

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Cold weather, wind and rain will continue in Victoria this week as the slopes prepare for more snow

It was as if a switch had been flipped. After Melburnians endured a number of warmer than normal May days, the temperature dropped to below 12 degrees Celsius for three consecutive days. And it started even before the Australian winter officially arrived. Last year it took until July for the …

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Reno is your spring and summer gateway to the Sierra

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> The Reno area attracts outdoor enthusiasts in the winter due to its proximity to legendary Tahoe skiing at resorts that have become household names, including Palisades Tahoe and Heavenly Mountain Resort. But winter isn’t the only time Reno offers incredible access to the mountains and high desert. Read on …

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Just Over the Rockies: Best States for Personal Trainers |

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Short-term stake in Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE:MTN) increases 37.5%

Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: MTN – Get a rating) saw a sharp increase in short-term interest in May. As of May 15, there was short interest totaling 1,150,000 shares, an increase of 37.5% from the total of 836,200 shares as of April 30. Based on an average trading volume of …

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The Rebirth of a Ski Mountain – Adirondack Explorer

Skiers head to the top of the Hickory Ski Center as the wind fills the air with snowflakes. Perhaps as soon as the end of the year, the activities of the center could expand to include mountain biking, hiking and access to the nearby Hudson River. Photo by Alan Wechsler …

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Crystal Mountain once again extends the ski season

By Seattle Times Staff Reporter Crystal Mountain is extending its ski season by two more weeks, thanks to our colder than average April and lots of rain and snow on the mountain this year. Citing the same reasons, the station extended its season last month. “We got over eight feet …

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Best senior travel discounts in 2022

What are the best travel discounts available for seniors? My husband and are about to retire and want to travel more, but live on a tight budget. Thrifty travelers Dear Frugal, There are literally hundreds of different travel-related discounts available for older travelers that can add up to save you …

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Australia Holidays: Why a ski trip to Thredbo, NSW should be on your bucket list this winter

Thredbo in the Snowy Mountains of NSW. Photo / Destination New South Wales A little piece of Europe across the divide, Thredbo is the perfect location for your next ski holiday. Installing a new mountain gondola would be difficult at the best of times, let alone while bushfires raged nearby …

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You can ski in June at Mammoth Mountain – NBC Los Angeles

WINTER INTO SUMMER? It sounds like the title of a dramatic and slightly surreal novel, the kind of story that can swirl a reader through various places, spaces and times of the year, with a very high adventure as an enchanting end result. But sometimes a really big adventure, involving …

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The ski/snowboard season officially ends on Sunday

LITTLE COTTONWOOD CANYON, Utah — Skiers and snowboarders have one last chance to get their ride before Utah’s last winter resort closes for the season. Snowbird announced on Saturday that it would only be open for one more day: Sunday, May 15. “While conditions at the top have been ideal …

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[PHOTOS] Another spring storm moves through the Sierra, bringing 17″ of snowfall to Palisades Tahoe, California

[PHOTOS] Another spring storm moves through the Sierra, bringing 17″ of snowfall to Palisades Tahoe, California

Credit: Kate Abraham/Palisades Tahoe Over the past week, the high mountain of Palisades Tahoe has received 17 inches of fresh snow. This storm brought cold temperatures that helped preserve the existing snow and provide better coverage on the resort’s open trails. The resort will continue to operate Friday through Sunday …

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Park City Mountain Resort gets new leadership, as VP Mike Goar moves on

Deirdra Walsh will oversee the new paid parking program, elevator upgrades and construction of employee housing (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) People descend on the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort as clear skies and recent fresh snow draw crowds Saturday, Dec. 18, 2021. | May 10, 2022, …

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Park City Council delays Quinn’s Junction park-and-ride project ‘indefinitely’

While the project isn’t technically dead, there won’t be a new Park & ​​Ride lot on the east end of Park City ready for next winter’s traffic. The city council voted on Thursday to postpone the project indefinitely. Instead, the city will explore a pilot program at the rarely used …

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Vail Resorts vows to fight condemnation of affordable housing plots

North America’s largest resort operator goes to war with its namesake city. Vail City Council voted Tuesday night to condemn a parcel where Vail Resorts plans to spend $17 million to build affordable housing for 165 workers. Dozens of Vail Resorts executives, employees and managers crammed into council chambers Tuesday …

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Colorado mountain resorts slash summer offerings as labor crisis persists

The Aspen Skiing Co. Canopy Tour, which was built by Bonsai, in Snowmass is usually booked all summer.Anna Stonehouse/The Aspen Times Archive Vail Resorts announced its summer plans at its major resorts last week and one thing was conspicuously missing. Ziplining and canopy tours, once the backbone of an industry-wide …

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Ski areas in more than 15 countries open in May

Ski areas in at least 15 countries on four continents are open in May and a number are reporting fresh snowfall until the end of April. About 150 ski areas are still open in the northern hemisphere and, very exceptionally, a ski area opened in South America almost two months …

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The Man Behind the Grand America • Salt Lake Magazine

The Great America is Salt Lake City’s flagship hotel. As in, it’s literally a landmark. Its gray granite facade is visible from all over the valley. For 19 years, Bruce Fery has run The Grand and also, since 2011, the Holding family’s portfolio of independent properties, including Little Americas in …

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Mountain Lion seen walking past the ski resort webcam

^Credit: Indy Pass media kit/Sunlight Mountain Resort Troy Hawks, Director of Marketing and Sales at Sunlight Mountain Resort, COjust shared a great photo taken by one of the resort’s webcams. The image shows a mountain lion walking around the frame in early December. Hawks shared the image on his Twitter …

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Top 5 most-read stories last week: Dillon Amphitheater lineup, ski industry news, more affordable housing

Shakey Graves plays a sold-out show at the Dillon Amphitheater on Friday, August 8, 2022. The amphitheater has announced some of its lineup for this upcoming summer season.Jenise Jensen/Town of Dillon The stories on this list have received the most pageviews on SummitDaily.com over the past week. 1. Dillon Amphitheater …

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A new flight path makes it easier for South Australians to hit the slopes this winter • Glam Adelaide

Share Tweeter Share Share E-mail Image credit: Mount Hotham Get ready all snow bunnies, because getting your fix of fresh powder just got a whole lot easier thanks to Qantas. A new flight route has been announced which will allow Adelaides faster and direct access to our country’s ski areas. …

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Vermont ski resorts see more business this season

While parts of Vermont may see snow Monday evening, many ski resorts in Vermont and elsewhere have closed for the season. This year has been critical as some stations have attempted to make up for seasons interrupted by the pandemic. Some ski resorts claim last season brought higher attendance and …

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12 Great Montana Vacation Rentals Near Glacier National Park

Nestled in northwest Montana, Glacier National Park sits along the spine of the Rocky Mountains, straddling the Continental Divide. Glacier peaks and valleys occupy over 1,500 square miles of wilderness. Popular activities include hiking, biking, camping, fishing, photography, boating, cross-country skiing, and more. An essential part of any glacier visit, …

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Skiers take advantage of the spring snow at Grouse Mountain in North Vancouver as the cool weather continues

Grouse Mountain will remain open for skiing and snowboarding through May 1, while Cypress and Seymour have ended their ski seasons. Expect cool temperatures to continue this spring, meteorologists say. Cooler-than-usual weather means late-season skiers and boarders still have the chance to enjoy a few bluebird days on the North …

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Vail Resorts Announces Investments in Affordable Housing for Park City Mountain, Whistler Blackcomb, Vail Mountain and Okemo Mountain Resort Employees

The new investments will increase the company’s affordable housing stock by more than 10% and align with March 14 commitment to employees BROOMFIELD, Colo., April 11, 2022 /CNW/ – Today, Vail Resorts announced four investments to provide accessible and affordable housing for its employees at Park City Mountain in UtahWhistler …

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The I-70 Coalition says gas price increases are making public transit the most affordable option to and from Front Range

A Summit Stage bus stops on Main Street in Frisco on Tuesday, August 31, 2021. The I-70 coalition is pushing more passengers to take advantage of regional transportation options like the Bustang and Pegasus and local transportation options such as the Summit Stage as gasoline prices continue to rise.Grace Coomaraswamy/For …

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A man dies in an avalanche on Mount Whistler

A 34-year-old man from Whistler, British Columbia, was killed Tuesday in an avalanche within the confines of the Whistler Blackcomb ski resort. According to Vail Resorts, the company that owns Whistler Blackcomb, the “skiing incident” happened on Whistler Mountain in the West Ridge area and was followed by members of …

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AP COVID Hospitality Bulletin Asia-Pacific

New release. AP Asia-Pacific (HOG) Hotel Operators Guide is the industry’s most established publication in Asia Pacific to guide investors and owners in understanding the scale, presence and capabilities of hotel operators in the region. HOG highlights the geographic distribution and brand presence of existing properties and pipeline supply, as …

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Beautiful Big Sky, Montana offers great skiing fun

In a year of harsh weather and many days where I had to remind myself that there is no such thing as bad skiing, only bad attitudes, my spring skiing trip to Big Sky, Mt. , (bigskyresort.com) was the balm my “missing perfect snow” soul needed. Since they’ll be open …

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At Donner Summit, the snowpack is 47% of average

For those who study the snowpack, April 1st is no joke. It’s record breaking day, when measurements reveal how much water is in the snowpack and how much water California needs to survive the summer. Historically, scientists have chosen April 1 as the big day for snow measurements because, at …

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Can growth and quality of life coexist? This valley in Utah is looking for answers

Cache Valley in northern Utah, home to the bustling college town of Logan but also more than a dozen rural and farming towns, is a microcosm of what’s out West. Cache County is growing. Quickly. Last year, it ranked among the five fastest growing counties in Utah, which topped the …

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Why Spring is a Great Time to Visit Montana’s Big Sky Resort

Grand Sky Resort Grand Sky Resort No wonder skiers are flocking to Montana Grand Sky Resort year after year. The snow is downright plentiful, as the resort records an average annual snowfall of around 400 inches. And since Big Sky opens on Thanksgiving Day and closes the season in mid-April, …

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5 things to know for March 25: Ukraine, Capitol riot, SCOTUS, immigration, climate

CNN — Holiday mode: activated. If you’re on the West Coast, grab your shades and hit the beach this weekend. Most of the western United States will experience record heat over the next few days. However, not everyone is thrilled to get a taste of summer. March is considered peak …

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Spring Skiing at Sunlight – The Sopris Sun

Sunlight is a great ski resort! It is located 20 km from Glenwood Springs. If you’re a beginner, Sunlight offers ski and snowboard lessons and contains plenty of beginner slopes. If you are more experienced, the other half of the mountain has more intermediate runs. There are three chairlifts, the …

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Skiers tie the knot on a Vermont mountain amid a major snowstorm

But she wasn’t there just to hit the slopes. She was there to marry Matthew Gnoza in a way that could put other winter weddings to shame. “My something old was my skis, my something new was my ski outfit, my something borrowed was my veil from a friend, and …

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Shortcuts: Cunard’s new liner, a record ski season and tour operators helping Ukrainian refugees

Southampton The design studio behind some of London’s best-known hotels and restaurants, including Claridge’s, Berkeley, Wolseley and Delaunay, has unveiled plans for its first cruise ship, Cunard’s new Queen Anne . David Collins Studio is working alongside fellow Londoner Richmond International and Parisian designer Sybille de Margerie on the Queen …

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Ski map artist James Niehues set to release original Vermont, New Hampshire and Idaho Resort art to the public on March 17

James Niehues; Image: James Niehues The inimitable artist responsible for creating intimate depictions of more than 200 ski areas around the world is set to release more than two dozen original works of art from famous resorts in Vermont, New Hampshire and Australia. ‘Idaho for public purchase. This artist, James …

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Canada’s new rare ski adventure

And, of course, there’s the fact that we opted for this type of ski trip over the typical high-carbon ski vacation. A heliskiing day for a single person is slightly less than the carbon footprint of an economy class seat on a New York-Los Angeles flight; and armies of snowcats …

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Gondola connecting 2 Tahoe ski resorts will open for next winter – NBC Bay Area

A long-awaited gondola connecting two Lake Tahoe ski resorts that was embroiled in a legal battle will be completed for the 2022-23 ski season in Palisades Tahoe, resort officials say. Alterra Mountain Co., the resorts’ Denver-based parent company, broke ground last spring on the $65 million project that it says …

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First steps: trade the plane for the train during a ski holiday in Les Arcs

Les Arcs desperately needs you to take the train there. Desperate. “We have carried out an audit of our carbon footprint – 57% of it comes from customers who come to the resort,” explains Laura Cumin, ski area manager. “We are doing our part and we really want to encourage …

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Devotions of Doug Devin – Methow Valley News

Skiing was central to longtime residents’ love of the Methow Valley During his 94 years, Doug Devin did a lot of things – he ran a printing company, raised hay and cattle, and even worked for the CIA – but his all-consuming passion was skiing. Although the Mazama resident is …

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Ski resorts welcome more snow in Utah in March

WEBER COUNTY, UTAH (ABC4 News) – A good helping of snow helped Utah’s lackluster snowpack and ski resorts. Last weekend’s snowfall brought up to 14 inches of snow to Wasatch Front valley bottoms and up to 19 inches to some mountainous areas, according to the National Weather Service. The Utah …

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Snowboard: Fun, for those who have access to it

The author and his snowboard. Photo by Mike Lynch Reflecting on more than bruises on a recent Gore outing By Klarisse Torriente We arrived in Gore around noon on the second Saturday in January, parked in the last available parking lot, put on our warmest clothes and boarded a shuttle. …

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Didn’t know you could ski there: Turkey

Turkey is a popular and affordable beach destination for Brits, but many don’t know that there’s good skiing too (it’s just as affordable!). In fact, more than half of the country is classified as mountainous, and they are also big mountains, the highest Mount Ağrı (Ararat) 5,137m… it’s more than …

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The Palisades Tahoe gondola will open by next winter, connecting two classic resorts

For more stories like this, check out The Chronicle’s weekly travel newsletter! Register here. Next winter, skiers and snowboarders will be able to ride a new gondola through the mountains of North Lake Tahoe between the Alpine Meadows and Olympic Valley ski areas. Construction on the $65 million gondola project …

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The new luxury lodge transforming this antiquated French ski resort

The Paradiski area is huge and spectacular. Linked to La Plagne in 2003 by the Vanoise Express, it would be impossible, even for good skiers staying in Les Arcs, to get bored there. After a long morning hitting the slopes, we skied until lunch (always a good ploy) before stopping …

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Skier Says Cold $9 Hot Dog Symbolizes Utah Resort’s Mismanagement

PARK CITY, Utah — What Michael Kaplan wants you to know about the hot dog is that his complaints about Park City Mountain Resort aren’t really about the hot dog. Kaplan bought the hot dog from a mid-mountain restaurant in mid-January. “We need elevators going out of town,” Kaplan said. …

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Christie Mountain Ski Instructor Celebrates 86th Birthday | News

Christie Mountain, nestled in Bruce, Wisconsin, is a destination that welcomes experienced and novice skiers and snowboarders alike. Those new to the concept of skiing can be taught how to ‘herringbone’ and ‘wedge’ at the foot of the slopes by valued Christie Mountain instructor Lenny Seyberth. Seyberth, a resident of …

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Snowboarder arrested for not wearing mask at Canadian ski resort

The video below has been circulating a lot on social media in recent days. It shows a snowboarder being arrested for refusing to wear a mask on the chairlift at Blue mountain station in Ontario, Canada. Here is the station current policy for mountain activities: Face masks/coverings are recommended at …

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12 Amazing Home Rentals Perfect for a Pocono Mountains Getaway

The scenic Pocono Mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania are conveniently located between New York and Philadelphia. Green valleys and forests, rugged mountain scenery and rolling countryside make it an ideal setting for everything from a romantic getaway to a family reunion. From outdoor fun to R&R, the Poconos offer fantastic things …

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