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Keystone First Snow - 2 October 2017

What Happened to Autumn? Winter's Arrived Instead

4th October 2017 - Craig Charley

22 September typically marks the last day of summer, but in North America, resorts skipped autumn and went straight to winter, with feet of snow falling right down to base level in some areas. Even more snow fell this week which has us eagerly anticipating those first turns of the season. For some...

Mammoth Sign Buried January 2017  © Jayson Smith

JanuBURIED - Record Snowfall in North America

3rd February 2017 - Craig Charley

January was a record-breaking month for snow, with some resorts receiving over seven metres. While Canada didn't have as many powder days as the USA last month, over a metre of fresh snow is forecast before Tuesday in British Columbia. Read our January snow report for all the best photos and videos...

Aspen Snowmass October 2016 © Jeremy Swanson Photo

Winter is Here - America's First Snowfall in Photos

7th October 2016 - Craig Charley

Is early October too soon to get excited about the approaching season? Possibly, but resorts across the USA had their first significant snowfall this week. So much snow that they're already skiing! From light dustings to genuine powder, here are our favourite photos from the first week of winter...

Keystone Tree Skiing - © Russell Carlton

North America November Powder Alert

12th November 2015 - Craig Charley

We've been debating all summer what impact El Niño might have on this season's snowfall. While many predict the greatest season ever, others urge caution. As resorts across North America start to open, it's so far so good... It is still early days but the signs of a cold winter with impressive...

Breckenridge Blue Skies

Early Season Bluebird Days in Colorado

7th January 2015 - Craig Charley

The latest additions to the Ski Safari team, Luke and I hit the jackpot on our first research trip to experience, first-hand, a Colorado Ski Safari in the first week of December 2014. After stepping off a 10-hour flight there are few more welcoming sights than a comfortable shuttle equipped with a...