Like many other ski resorts in North America, Angel Fire Resort has been working various upgrades and a sizable expansion for the upcoming 2011-12 winter sport season. The New Mexico resort stands with a summit elevation of 10,677 feet and vertical drop of 2,077 feet amidst the Rocky Mountains. Skiers and snowboarders heading to Angel Fire Resort for the new season can look forward to the fantastic addition of a Nordic Center, as well as improvements to the terrain parks.
The Nordic trails of Snow Park will be the venue for the Cross Country Sprint. A new course is being set out for the 2011 event, and spectators will be able to see the entire course from the Snow Farm base building. The race runs on individual time trials, with a 15-second interval start. The […]
The Vancouver Winter Olympic Games 2010 will be taking place from the 12th of February to the 28th of February 2010. This thrilling international event began in France in 1924, when the first Olympic Winter Games were held in Chamonix.
Taking place at Mount Washington Resort, the Geschmossel Classic Ski Race is a 15 km race along the Ammonoosuc trail network at Bretton Woods Nordic Center. Registration begins at 08h00, with a mass race start at 11h00, and the Awards Ceremony beginning at 13h00 Date: 18 January 2010 Venue: Bretton Woods Nordic Center at Mount […]
The 2009 Nordic World Ski Championships are currently underway in Liberec, Czech Republic. This grueling stage of ice and snow sees the best competitors from across the globe take part in some exhilarating skiing events as they battle it out for the FIS Nordic World Ski Championship title.
At SnowSkiing.com, we know how much you love taking advantage of soft white fluffy snow – no matter how or where you do it. For some of us, the chance to improve on our existing skills is what drives us back. For others it’s the chance to try something new. The Activities section of SnowSkiing.com […]
Renowned as a family destination, Solitude Mountain Resort has 64 runs in 1 200 acres, offering ski terrain for people of all ability levels. The stunning landscape of Solitude Mountain receives more than 500 inches of snow each year on its 2 047 feet vertical, so you are guaranteed to have amazing skiing conditions. Varied […]
Take a vacation in Vermont, the birthplace of skiing in America! Over a century ago, Norwegians who had settled in Stowe used skis to get around in winter on the impassable roads. Stowe, which is home to the highest mountain in the state, Mt Mansfield, was the venue of the first ski race held in […]
One of the most well-groomed and serviced four-season resorts on private land, Bolton Valley Resort has a lot to offer its visitors. To start with, the resort – the only one of its kind on private land in New England – is situated on 6000 acres of land. Only 165 acres are actually used for […]
The term ‘Nordic Skiing’ can refer to cross country skiing, ski jumping or a combination of the two. Most commonly it is used to refer to cross country skiing which is a very popular sport and is even classified as an winter Olympic sport. Each year the Nordic skiing World Championships is the event that […]