Skiing Pages * NELSAP Contributors * Open Ski Areas * Other "Lost" Sites * Ski Clubs * Other Neat Sites
About.com's Skiing Guide: Articles on ski equipment, instructional tips, resort destinations and trips for alpine, backcountry, telemark and cross-country skiers. Includes resources for family/kids ski vacations, disabled/adaptive and extreme competitive skiing. Discussion board and skier chat.
Alpine Ski Tuning: Ray's Way of tuning, a home ski tuning kit you can purchase.
AlpineReplay: AlpineReplay allows skiers and snowboarders to track their day on the mountain by measuring speed, vertical, calories, distance, jumps, airtime, and more using an iPhone or Android. They have leaderboards, groups, challenges, and competitions to add friendly competition to the slopes and make the experience more social.
Alpinezone.com: is the premiere resource for New England Skiing and Snowboarding. They provide objective information including ski resort profiles, ski-cam images, and links to other New England skiing and snowboarding resources and ski resorts.
Antiqueski: Check out some great historical skiing items on this website.
Come to the Loaf: A great site designed by Ken Naughton, this site covers everything you need to know about Sugarloaf, including lots of pics.
Complete-Skier.Com: The Complete Skier is a skiing webpage based in the UK which has tons of information on international skiing holidays, conditions, techniques, and ski history.
Dave's Killington Page: Dave has created quite a website about Killington with pictures of various trails, lifts, and a skiing guide.
Interclub Ski League: The
Eastern Inter-Club Ski League (EICSL), which began in 1950 as a small group of
ski clubs, is an organization comprised of approximately
30 clubs and over 2,000 members. Visit their race site at www.wmrl.org.
First Tracks: First Tracks is an online ski magazine, frequently updated, that includes TONS of information on skiing, from their No Bull ski reports, equipment reviews, ski news, editiorials...everything you would want! Check it out!
Friends of Tuckerman Ravine: The Friends of Tuckerman Ravine was founded to provide citizen support to the United States Forest Service in order to preserve and protect Tuckerman Ravine and The Cutler River Drainage Area. Check out their website for info on Tuckerman's.
GoSki:The leading guide to skiing and snowboarding worldwide. GoSki covers over 2,000 mountain resorts in 35 countries. This award-winning service features thousands of resort and equipment reviews, plus travel services and the latest snow conditions.
Hemlock Hill: A great page built by the family that ran the ski area in Massachusetts!
Innitou Ski Club: The "Innitous" are a ski club located in the Village of Glen in the Mount Washington Valley of New Hampshire, who are a group of fun-loving skiers of varied ages and backgrounds.
International Skiing History Association: Skiinghistory.org serves as a historical resource with an increasing number of historical facts and figures, photos, posters, articles from Skiing Heritage magazine, comprehensive indexes to issues of the historic American Ski Annual and extensive ski links.
Loon Mountain Ski Patrol: The Loon Mountain Ski Patrol is a professional chapter of the National Ski Patrol. Loon currently has 47 pros, many of whom are Professional Ski Patrol Association certified members or examiners.
New England Skiers: Joshua Blood's site on New England skiing, trip reports, discussion board and articles.
New England Ski Guide:Contains lots of information on New England Ski Resorts and Reviews.
New England Ski Museum: The New England Ski Museum is a great organization to join. They run the Museum at the base of Cannon Mountain. This site has information about their collections, exhibits, and membership information.
Powder Passport: Powder Passport is an all-inclusive ticket to ski or ride a variety of Northeast mountains. For one price, Powder Passport gives visitors unlimited skiing or riding at your choice of 16 mountains and a full-color pocket guidebook with mountain stats, trail maps and more.
Professional Ski Patrol Association: The Professional Ski Patrol Association is dedicated to promoting the highest standards of ski patrolling. PSPA educates, tests, and certifies ski patrollers in ski safety, first aid skills, toboggan and ski techniques.
Purple Mountain Majesty: This webpage contains information on the Thunderbolt Racing Tail on Mt. Greylock.
Save The T-bar: A great website dedicated to preserving T-bars and other surface lifts.
Ski Area Management: The ultimate ski industry magazine, with plenty of great links stories and ski industry news.
Ski East: A great homepage which describes the various ski resorts in the East. Lots of links too!
Skiers.com: Content, Community, and Gear are the highlights of this great all-purpose skiing site.
Skier's Journal: The latest industry news, honest product reviews, and an open forum for hardcore skiers.
Ski Magazine: The online addition of the magazine, with forums, snow conditions, and articles.
Ski Maps: This page has a great deal of trail maps from most North American resorts. A good site to visit before planning your ski vacation.
SkiNH: Ski New Hampshire is a great site with lots of info on skiing in New Hampshire, including resort data, history, snow reports, weather, and much more.
SkiWatch: An independent snow reporting service.
Ski Resort Service International: A really neat site, with information on international resorts, snow reports, and lots of other skiing goodies, including lost resorts worldwide!
SkyTrans Manufacturing LLC:, SkyTrans Mfg. specializes in purchasing used aerial tramways from ski areas, refurbishing the equipment to meet safety codes, and relocating the equipment to zoos, parks and ski areas. They have refurbished many lost ski area lifts - allowing them to live on in other forms!
Snow Source: Snowsource is a webpage with information on skiing conditions, an online general store, and lots of links.
Snow Country: Worldwide skiing reports.
The Sunrise of Skiing: This page, created by the ski historian of the USSA, tells how skiing developed around the world and in the United States. A must see for the ski history enthusiast!
Unofficial Sunday River Page: Oz Skier has put together a great page on all the ins and outs of Sunday River.
Winterheat: Midwest resource to cool winter links, news, resort and snow condition reports.
NELSAP Contributors Homepages:
A Look Back At Skiing - A look back at skiing by Laurie P, lots of photos, brochures, postcards.
Andrew Snow's Skiing Page: Andrew Snow has a great page here, with lots of pictures from his skiing trips, links to various ski areas, and a great section on closed ski areas, most of which have pictures. He also has several old trail maps from currently operating areas. (archived version)
Arrowhead, NH: Spencer Allen's website all about this former ski area, including all of the future plans. A great look at a viable ski area waiting to be reopened.
SKiNE.net - A New England Ski and Ride site, with blog postings, conditions, and more!
The Chairlift Page: Dave DeMatteis' page focuses all about chairlifts--from photos, history, and brand information. Lots of great photos and facts!
The Colorado Skier Newsletters: Many thanks to the Colorado Skier! Every two to three months he publishes a skiing newsletter dealing with trivia, closed ski area information, and current ski news. Check it out! Without his help, I would have never found or heard of these places!
Forest Fire Lookouts of Maine: Dave Hilton has prepared a great site involving forest fire towers of Maine. Check it out, he also has a page on Mt. Agamenticus' ski history!
New England Skiing Resource: Deane Smith's webpage included links to various New England ski areas and personal skiing photos.
A Few Open Ski Areas
Blandford Ski Area: Located about 1/2hr west of Springfield, MA, Blandford is the oldest, continuously operating, club-owned ski area in North America. They're a great mountain with very reasonable rates!
Burke Mountain: Burke is one of the greatest mountains around. Uncrowded slopes, a wide variety of modern and old fashioned trails, and incredible views all make up the reasons why Burke is the best!
Berkshire East: A great mid-sized mountain in the Berkshires. The mountain has a good deal of variety on a 1180' drop.
Nashoba Valley: My original "home" mountain where I learned to ski! Great place to learn or sneak a few runs in.
Shawnee Peak: A decent mountain for western Maine, Shawnee offers very affordable skiing on two faces, a 1300' drop, with trails that have more character and are more fun to ski than other surrounding areas.
Other "Lost" Sites
America's Landmark: Under the Orange Roof: A terrific website chronicling the development of Howard Johnson's restaurants and motor lodges. Contains many photos of before and after shots of the restaurants and hotels.
Defunct Amusement Parks: Defunct amusement parks - pictures include roller coasters in the woods!
Lost Drive-Ins of Connecticut (and MA and RI) - Lost drive-ins of southern New England - great concept!
Seacoast Ski Club: The Seacoast Ski Club in Portsmouth NH sponsors Alpine and Nordic ski trips plus a wide variety of outdoor sport activities in the ”other” three seasons and social events year round. Members generally share an active outdoor lifestyle, an interest in travel and enjoy the social opportunities clubs can offer.
Other Neat Sites
All Vermont Pages: If you're looking for anything Vermont related, be sure to check out this site. Everything from Vermont's history, businesses, entertainment, and skiing can be found here.
Berlin, NH History: A great page for local history buffs, with stories and articles on various elements of Berlin's history.
Brattleboro, Vermont: Planning a trip to southern Vermont, near Brattleboro? All sorts of information on the city can be found here!
Marc Hurwitz Web Page: A personal website, with some great pictures of New England and album covers.
New Hampshire Chapter of the Appalachian Mountain Club: Information on the club's activities.
Pieces of Vermont: Pieces of Vermont Our site offers recreational and vacationing information for the southern Vermont region, as well as a growing selection of Vermont Specialty Products from throughout the state
Vermont Northeast Kingdom Guide: A complete guide to Vermont's scenic Northeast Kingdom.
Vermont Historical Society: The Vermont Historical Society is the only institution in Vermont that collects artifacts, books, and documents that reflect the entire history of the state, every geographical area, and every chronological period. They preserve the history that makes Vermont a special place to live, work, and visit.
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