1. More Top Runs — Submitted By Members!

    More Top Runs — Submitted By Members!

    Earlier here on the SnowPros site, we ran a list of the top runs from both the PSIA Alpine Team and the AASI Snowboard Team, and asked you to submit your own favorite runs. Here are the responses we received.
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  2.  Minnesota Area Opens, Lindsey Wants to Race the Men + Grateful Dead Snowboards

    Minnesota Area Opens, Lindsey Wants to Race the Men + Grateful Dead Snowboards

    While all eyes have been on Colorado in expectation of Loveland Ski Area or Arapahoe Basin getting the 2012-13 ski season off to an early start, Wild Mountain in Taylors Falls, Minnesota went and scooped everyone with a surprise October 7th opening.
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  3. Max’s Product Spotlight: Icebreaker Hats and Socks

    Max’s Product Spotlight: Icebreaker Hats and Socks

    In this first installment of a new regular feature here on TheSnowPros.org site, longtime PSIA-AASI Merchandise Coordinator/Warehouse Manager Max Felix puts a spotlight on some of the top ski and snowboard products available to PSIA-AASI members.
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  4. PSIA-AASI Adaptive Academy Returns to Breckenridge

    PSIA-AASI Adaptive Academy Returns to Breckenridge

    Scheduled for Breckenridge, Colorado, December 2-9, the Hartford Ski Spectacular is the best place to clinic and network with the nation’s top adaptive instructors.
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  5. Snow Pro Survey Results, HOF for Burtons & Snowmaking Begins

    Snow Pro Survey Results, HOF for Burtons & Snowmaking Begins

    You provided nearly 2,300 responses to our first interactive survey here at the new Snow Pros website, and judging from the results, great snow and fresh skis are at the top of your new season want list.
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  6. Illegal Ski Lessons Make International News

    Illegal Ski Lessons Make International News

    Illegal ski lessons were in the news over the weekend, with ski areas announcing plans to crack down on the practice from Colorado to Austria.
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  7. Meeting of the Minds—The YC Interconnect

    Meeting of the Minds—The YC Interconnect

    Most snow pros are aware of Interski, the international congress of ski and snowboard instruction held every four years at various locations around the globe. But what would happen if U.S. ski and snowboard schools convened annually to discuss the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats facing the American snowsports scene right here at home?
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  8. Top Team Picks—Off-Snow Activities

    Top Team Picks—Off-Snow Activities

    With Snow Pros across the country gearing up to return to the mountains, we asked several PSIA-AASI Team members what their favorite off-snow activities are, especially as they try to fit in one last paddle or spin on the mountain bike.
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  9. Entry Level Instructor’s Guides Start the Season Early

    Entry Level Instructor’s Guides Start the Season Early

    A lot of new and potential ski and snowboard instructors are getting a head start on the winter, thanks to PSIA-AASI’s Entry Level Instructor’s Guides.
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  10. Plake Survives Avalanche, Mission Ridge Avoids Fire

    Plake Survives Avalanche, Mission Ridge Avoids Fire

    Rescuers called off a search today for six climbers still missing after a massive avalanche struck Base Camp Three on Mount Manaslu in Nepal. The slide killed at least nine climbers, according to Associated Press reports, and took American skier and PSIA member Glen Plake more than 300 meters down the mountain.
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