10/07/2011 Michael A. Scanlon endlesswintersnow@yahoo.com Endless Winter Snow weblogUpdates.ping EndlessWinterSnow http://endlesswintersnow.blogspot.com/

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A friendly reminder came in from The Netherlands
Not all the snow is out side! ! Unlimited-snow is a developer of Indoor facilities. With the change in the weather seems I have not had an email update from an indoor snow facility in a while. Kees A. in the Netherlands had this extract I though should blend in well

For ski fanatics, snowboard enthusiasts or bobsled aficionados, holidays are no longer limited to expensive vacations in the Swiss Alps or the winter season. The new trend is to offer affordable winter-themed entertainment all year, indoors, using either imported real snow or its manufactured equivalent.
"You can get acquainted with the sports by going just around the corner rather than traveling away for the experience, and that has attracted more people to winter sports," said Kees Albers, general manager and co-founder of Amsterdam-based Unlimited Snow, which specializes in developing ice-themed entertainment. "If you're not familiar with snowy mountains and skiing, this is an [interim] step."
As the creator of 'The Arctic,' a franchise of theme parks inside domes built in the shape of an igloo, Unlimited Snow hopes to offer one of the hottest operations in this new craze. Entertainment and education are combined to take visitors to a virtual version of the world's coldest climate.

Sunglass Hut Products Sold here


German Christmas Market in Sapporo Through - December 11, 2005 at Odori Park 2-Chome Sapporo Snow Festival 2006 February 6 to 12, 2006 at Odori Park, Susukino and Sapporo Sato-Land Farm Park In the greatest winter event known to the world, over 300 snow and ice statues are built in the Odori Park and Susukino areas. It is hard to believe that these elaborate statues, standing up to 15 meters tall, are made of snow.

Nozawa Onsen
Skiing was first introduced in Nozawa Onsen in 1912 The ski resort opened in 1924 The first ski lift was built in 1950 (this was the second ski lift in Japan) Elevations:Top: 1650m Base: 565m Vertical: 1085m Number of courses: 20 Length of the longest course: 10km Beginner courses: 40% Intermediate courses: 30% Advanced courses: 30% Gondola lifts: 2 (one for 6 people and one for 12 people) Chairlifts: quad chairs: 5 triple chairs: 4 double chairs: 13 Moving lanes: 1 The ski resort is completely owned and managed by the village
nozawaonsen nagano

Jackson Hole
New Snow (past 24 hours): 9" @ Upper-Mountain 7" @ Mid-Mountain Snow Depth: 54" @ Upper-Mountain 47" @ Mid-Mountain
Nine Inches of powder has fallen since lifts closed yesterday. That’s nine inches of untracked, fresh, yummy powder! That, combined with the scheduled opening of Thunder and Union Pass Quads will give riders and skiers access to dreamy terrain today! Coverage was excellent yesterday when the Gondola opened, providing silky groomers and deep powder glades. Nothing but fantastic conditions.
Jackson Hole


Someone sent me a post card
yes the view is that good at Heavenly
Heavenly Valley

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