Winter’s Breaking-Out All Over

By David Schissler (November 2013) No matter where you are, there are lifts turning near you. This is shaping up to be one of the best early seasons in years on both sides of the country, with more resorts open than usual for Thanksgiving. Here’s where you can ski or board today. The East Maine: […]

By David Schissler

(November 2013) No matter where you are, there are lifts turning near you. This is shaping up to be one of the best early seasons in years on both sides of the country, with more resorts open than usual for Thanksgiving. Here’s where you can ski or board today.

The East
Maine: Sunday River and Sugarloaf
Massachusetts: Jiminy Peak and Mt. Wachusett
New Hampshire: Wildcat, Cannon, Loon,
Bretton Woods and Waterville Valley
New York: Whiteface and Gore Mtn.
North Carolina: Cataloochee
Pennsylvania: Big Boulder
Vermont: Killington, Stowe, Bromley, Okemo,
Mount Snow, Sugarbush, Smuggler’s Notch,
Stratton and Jay Peak

The West
California: Heavenly, Mammoth, Northstar, and Boreal
Colorado: Vail, Telluride, Keystone, Copper,
Monarch, Aspen/Snowmass, Breckenridge,
Loveland Basin, Arapahoe Basin, and Winter Park
Montana: Great Divide
Nevada: Mt Rose
New Mexico: Sipapu
Oregon: Timberline, Mt. Bachelor
Utah: Park City, Brian Head, Canyons, Solitude,
Brighton, Snowbird
Wyoming: Grand Targhee

The Midwest
Minnesota: Buck Hill
Wisconsin: Alpine Valley, Granite Peak,
Trollhaugen,
Michigan: Mt. Holly, Ski Brule, Boyne Mtn.

Eastern Canada
Quebec: Mont Tremblant, Mont Sainte Anne,
Le Massif

Western Canada
British Columbia: Whistler, Big White
Alberta: Marmot Basin, Sunshine Village, Nakiska,
Mount Norquay,