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While millions across Europe sweat through a summer of record-breaking heat, others are skiing in Africa. This isn’t another sign of climate change but rather the fascinating anomaly of Lesotho. Lesotho is a tiny mountain kingdom completely surrounded by South Africa. It's the only country on Earth where every inch of its territory sits more than 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) above sea level. That gives Lesotho snow and led to the creation of Afriski in the Maluti Mountains, which is Africa’s only operating ski resort south of the equator. It draws people from neighboring South Africa and further afield by offering the unique experience of skiing in southern Africa.
How about a 3-mile, plus or minus, hike in Greylock Glen that takes you on two historic ski trails, Bellows Pipe South and the Thunderbolt? Wh…
It never was Laura Sullivan's goal to help officiate Olympic skiing. But, in February, the Western Massachusetts resident found herself doing just that at the National Alpine Ski Center in the mountains of northwestern Beijing.
Madison and Max DiGrigoli grabbed a pair of podium spots, leading a local contingent heavy on siblings to Wachusett Mountain.
On Tuesday at Wachusett, Berkshire County's top downhill skiers competed at the state championship meet in slalom and GS.
Quinn McDermott's 18:06 was the time to beat at Prospect Mountain on Wednesday, as Mount Greylock claimed a state title.
All-Berkshire champions and teams were decided on Monday at Bousquet. Pittsfield's Charlie Heimann and Lenox's Madison DiGrigoli owned the show.
Growing up in Great Barrington, Stan Leveille fell in love with snowboarding. Now as editor of Slush Magazine, he's turned that passion into a career.
PITTSFIELD — The slopes belonged to the Millionaires on Wednesday.