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Local Ski Racing: Goetz, Graney and Rauch Walk Away with Gold

By Caitlin Croft The first weekend of U12/10/8 racing kicked off at Holiday Valley in Ellicottville. This first race was a Kombi, which is a blend of two events— Slalom and Giant Slalom. For results at this age level, the reporting will be overall without age breakdowns. Leading the way was Garret Goetz of Kissing Bridge, winning by 2.09 seconds. ... Read More »

Local Ski Racing: Graney Makes Triumphant Return to Junior Racing

By Caitlin Croft After a season of recovery, Kissing Bridge’s Grace Graney reclaims her powerhouse position in Giant Slalom. At HoliMont on New Year’s Eve 2017, there was a Giant Slalom held, which consisted of two run on the infamous ‘Wild Turkey’ run. Graney made her return to the podium, finishing with the bronze medal. Teammates Sydney Minier and Abigail ... Read More »

Local Ski Racing: Rauch Finishes 4th at Christmas Eve Opener

By Caitlin Croft The junior alpine race season kicked off on Christmas Eve with the Ely Leene Christmas Slaloms. This race has become tradition for many first-year U16 athletes as it is their first chance to get points and they are challenged by having to compete against U19/U21 and Seniors. In ski, racing the lower your points are the better ... Read More »

Merry Christmas Break!


By Alicia Dziak It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The kids (and hopefully adults!) are off until 2018, and it’s time to celebrate the season with endless fun over this holiday break. Hit the slopes! Kissing Bridge is now open. Lifts are spinning and the powder is calling all skiers and snowboarders! Take advantage of 11 Days of ... Read More »

Kissing Bridge Opens Dec. 15


By Alicia Dziak The wait is over for skiers and riders! Kissing Bridge will be opening for the season on Friday, Dec. 15 at noon. The beginner area and Holly will be welcoming snowsports enthusiasts from 12 to 10 p.m., with $25 unlimited tickets. (Please note that no lessons will be offered that day.) On Saturday, Dec. 16, normal hours ... Read More »

Countdown to Ski Season at Kissing Bridge


The new entranceway of KB’s Central Lodge By Alicia Dziak Western New Yorkers know that late November means the snow is coming, and once the snow flies, it’s time to hit the slopes! Whether you prefer to head down those hills on skis or on a snowboard, a variety of terrain and much more await at the resort right in ... Read More »

KB Fall Festival and Ski Swap Weekend


By Alicia Dziak Skiers and snowboarders get ready! November is here, which means the snow will soon be flying and the hills will (hopefully!) soon be covered with the white stuff. As winter is on the horizon, it’s time to get ready for the upcoming season and time to take inventory of your gear. If you’re one of many looking ... Read More »

Kissing Bridge Hosts Three Special Events

By Alicia Dziak While Kissing Bridge is best known for its winter activities, it’s quickly becoming a year-round destination, with numerous happenings in the upcoming weeks. Friday, Sept. 15 is the last Harley Davidson Bike Night of the season, running from 6 to 10 p.m. Enjoy fire pits, contests, barbecue, the Jumpstart Harley experience and live music by DNR on ... Read More »

Bike Nights at KB Begin May 19

Harley-Davidson Bike Nights are back at Kissing Bridge!  From 5 to 10 p.m., head to KB and take part in the festivities. Willies Smokehouse by Buffalo’s Best Grill opens at 5 pm.,  with live music by Joe Wagner & Winston at 6 p.m. Other upcoming Bike Nights are scheduled for June 16 and July 21. Read More »

Goetz Moves on to U14 Can-Am Series


By Caitlin Croft U14 Athletes from across the East Coast gathered at Sunday River Ski Resort in Sunday River, ME for U14 Eastern Championships. This was a three-day series consisting of Super-G, Giant Slalom and Slalom. Super-G: Hannah Goetz of Kissing Bridge took 28th place. For the men, Joshua Jusiak of Buffalo Ski Club finished 65th. Giant Slalom: Goetz improved ... Read More »

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