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    North America's First Indoor Snow Park - Big Snow America

    Today is the opening of North Americas first indoor year-round snow park with real snow. Big Snow America is located in Rutherford, NJ and the indoor park features a chairlift, a terrain park, and multiple runs for all levels of riding. The facility that houses Big SNOW America, dubbed American Dream, is centrally located in the Tri-State area and is only a 4.5-mile drive from Manhattan. With only a short commute form NYC, this indoor park is sure to be a hit on the east coast. Its quite massive at 16 stories tall with a 800-foot slope and the 180,000-square-foot facility will also be home to everything else you’ll find at your typical resort, like a chalet, various shops, restaurants, and an après lounge.

    Big SNOW America will operate with all of the same snowmaking equipment you’ll find at your local resort, but since inside, the facility will be able to recycle melted snow. This allows the water to be reused multiple times during the snowmaking process. Having full control of the “weather,” Big SNOW America will also have a consistent and comfortable air temperature, which will keep the humidity level inside perfect for fresh, soft snow. 

    This could start a trend and make snowboarding and skiing more accessible for a handful of cities. Check out more info for Big Snow America HERE

    Chris Corning Pro Model Park Mitten

    For the 19/20 winter Chris Corning designed his own park mitten and the crowd has been stoked on it. Featuring 100% genuine leather, a DRYATEC breathable waterproof membrane, and primaloft to top if off. Check out the rest of the features HERE. Keep killing it Chris!


    A-Basin VS Keystone - First To Open In North America

    The Old Farmer's Almanac 2019-2020 Winter

    With most of the country experiencing their best season in decades for the 18/19 winter, we hope the same scenario for the 19/20 winter. Overall the outlook looks pretty decent for most of the country. The east coast and PNW might be hit or miss in some areas. We've never heard the term "Wet & Wild" on the farmers almanac so that could be predictions to some terrible conditions on the east coast. Most of the rocky mountains and sierra mountains look to be good for this winter. Lets see what mother nature brews up this winter! LET IT SNOW!The old farmers almanac 2019-2020 winter

    Arapahoe Basin Joins the Ikon Pass for 2019/2020 Winter Season

    After last fall's announcement that Arapahoe Basin discontinued their partnership with Vail Resorts giving locals and riders anger or relief, they just announced that they will be partnering with Ikon Pass. Offering 7 days a season to pass holders. Fall and spring will probably be the most used days for Ikon Pass holders at Arapahoe Basin for being the first to open and one of the last to close in the rockies region. Check out the comments on their post below to see the mix of emotions for the Basin's followers.