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Timeline History

Our Histories encompass speed-skiing records since the mid-1800s to 2000, plus a century-and-a-half Timeline of Important Ski History Dates. As a work in progress, the list of ISHA historical resources is constantly growing, as our archive expands and updates. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, let us know by joining ISHA’s Facebook page

Timeline of Modern U.S. Ski Periodicals

1948: Merger of three periodicals into a single SKI Magazine.           Launch of Rocky Mountain Skiing Magazine. 1959: Launch of Ski Life Magazine, New York City. 1962: Ski Life and SKI Magazine...

Timeline of Ski Mountaineering

To view Lou Dawson's, Timeline of Ski Mountaineering, visit: http://www.wildsnow.com/backcountry-skiing-history/backcountry-skiing-ski-mountaineering-chronology/

Timeline of Early U.S. Ski Periodicals

1905-1933 Lake Placid Club Lake Placid Club Notes, annual, the first U.S. ski periodical, published by the Lake Placid Club Lake Placid, NY; Lake Placid Club News issued periodically in parallel 1927...

Ski Resorts: Years They Were Founded

The National Ski Areas Association has compiled this chronology of 354 American ski resorts. Howelsen Hill Ski Area CO 1915 Eaglebrook School MA 1922 Granlibakken Ski Area CA 1927 Cooper Spur...

FIS Timeline

HISTORY OF SKIING – DRAFT TIMELINE  - MARCH 2005 Compiled by Elizabeth Hussey Complete FIS timeline (2007-08), a committee effort by six or eight historians from around the world, has gone missing...

Winter Games: Where and When

Date and Location of Past Winter Olympics 1924: Chamonix, France 1928: St. Moritz, Switzerland 1932: Lake Placid, N.Y. 1936: Garmisch, Germany 1948: St. Moritz, Switzerland 1952: Oslo, Norway 1956:...

A Short History of Skis

Painting: Håkon Håkonsson, the two-year-old future king of Norway, being taken from Lillehammer to Østerdalen in 1206. Ultimate safety for the prince lay further on, in Nidaros (now Trondheim). The...

Timeline of Important Ski History Dates

  About 10,000 years ago: With the retreat of glaciers after the last Ice Age, elk and reindeer begin migrating northward from Central Asia. Stone Age hunters follow the herds. They use snowshoes and...

A Glance at Switzerland's Skiing History

Although the spiritual roots of “modern” skiing are found in the 19th century in Norway, it was the British, fascinated by the image of the naturally virtuous mountain folk and the alpine scenery—...