Snowbowl Archives

Hopi tribe withdraws Snowbowl lawsuit

by in Business News | Legal

The latest lawsuit challenging snowmaking at the Arizona Snowbowl just north of Flagstaff has been withdrawn. The suit filed by the Hopi tribe alleged snowmaking using reclaimed wastewater might harm an endangered plant. The tribe’s chairman said Wednesday that the tribe was meeting with the Justice Department and Forest Service and wants a review of… Read More →

Snowbowl will open Thursday

by in Business News | Sports | Travel

A northern Arizona ski resort that got nearly three feet of snow from recent storms is opening this week. Skiers and snowboarders can hit the slopes Thursday at the Arizona Snowbowl. Another ski area, Sunrise Park Resort near Greer, plans to open a day earlier. A winter storm moving into the state late Tuesday into… Read More →

Holiday Traveling Survival Guide: The Do’s and Don’ts

Holiday traveling tips
by in Play | Stay

Traveling over the holidays? Millions of people will hit the roads, rails and sky this holiday season to join family and friends for thanks and celebration. With tons of sunshine and cool nights, Arizona has become a prime destination for not just vacations, but also activities and entertainment during the holiday season. While some stress… Read More →