Whistler Blackcomb 20cm of new snow
Alyeska snow alert
Zermatt has been dusted with a coat of very fine snow. The magnificent slopes invite you to go skiing - and winter- and snowshoe hikers can get going too!
The new combination railway from Sunnegga paradise to Blauherd offers both: 6-seater chair lift and 8-seater gondola, setting off alternatively. Taking you up to the top more comfortably and more quickly: the railway has more spaces and is faster.
Father Christmas rides through Zermatt (Festival / Customs)
Father Christmas will ride through the main street in Zermatt and hand out presents to all the children. This event is organised by the "Zukunft Kinder - Vision: die Zukunft von Zermatt" group
promoting a family-friendly resort,
Winter Walking (Excursion)
Nordic Walking through spectacular scenery. Take an introductory course in Nordic Walking, the new, up-and-coming sport. On a guided tour, you will learn technique and how to move correctly
Possibility of taking a shower in the Hotel Riffelberg. Price per person (excl. rental of poles & train ticket): CHF 10.- Reservations in the Hotel Riffelberg, 027 966 65 00
Off-piste skiing (Excursion)
Skiers don't have to content themselves with just skiing on the pistes! We will guide you down slopes in their natural state to isolated valleys. If we have sufficient participants we offer these
guided tours for groups at the price of CHF 165.- / EUR 110.- per person. For information and reservations contact the "Alpin Center", Mountain Guides' Office, tel. 027 966 24 60
Alpin Center (8F / 111)
Guided Village Tour (Diverse)
Time: 16:00 - 17:00
Learn about Zermatt past and present on a tour of the village with Mrs Edith Villiger-Imark. Minimum 4 people. No reservation necessary. Free of charge
Tourismusbüro, Bahnhofplatz (6G / 103)
Ice climbing (Sports)
Ice climbing for beginners. Groups of 34 participants. Price: CHF 170.-. Reservations up to 7.00 p.m. on the previous day in the Alpin Center Zermatt, 027 966 24 60
Fondue party at Sunnegga paradise (Excursion)
What could be nicer than a fondue in good company? Enjoy a tasty fondue and some good local wine from the Valais in a cosy atmosphere.
For further information, prices and reservations (by 12 noon at latest) contact: Restaurant Sunnegga, telephone 027 967 30 46
Sunnegga Express (6D / 104)
New Year Party - Moon and Stars (Diverse)
DJ Minus8, SO_Project (Electro, House, House Classics, Mainstream) DJ Nikol, Urban Kollektiv (Old House, Disco, New Jazz, Hip Hop, Alternative)
Tickets - Entry limited: Partyticket (from 23.30) CHF 60.- / Dinnerticket (from 20.00) CHF 100.- (Tapas Buffet) Reservation: 027 967 66 36
Vernissage (7F / 578)
Crystal Mountain, WA –
Snow returns just in time for the holidays. The freezing level has dropped and it’s snowing heavily at the base of Crystal Mountain. Over the past 24 hours the upper slopes have received 6” of new snow and more is expected tonight and all day Friday. Currently at the base area there is 33” of snow and at mountain-top there is 47” of snow. Primary surface conditions are machine groomed and heavy powder. Crystal Mountain is open daily from 9am-4pm. Lift tickets are $50 for adults and $45 for youth. Kids can ski with Santa this Saturday and Sunday as he spreads cheer and candy across the hill. The staff at Crystal Mountain would like to wish everyone a very safe and happy holiday season!
Seven inches of snow in the past 48 hours and
light snow is in the forecast for later this
weekend. At Killington we're skiing and riding on
the best early-season conditions we have seen in
years with more than eight feet of snow so far
this season. For the Christmas weekend, we’ll
have 145 trails open! That is 67 miles of terrain
served by 27 lifts, plus the world famous Outer
Limits, the longest, steepest mogul run in the
east, opened Thursday at Bear Mountain.
At Killington Resort this Christmas Holiday
Weekend, you will be skiing and riding on by far
the most open terrain, served by the most lifts
in New England!
For Friday, we'll have 136 trails open, that's 57
miles of terrain, served by 18 lifts!
(Kirkwood, CA) – The adventure family is emerging as the latest trend at ski resorts across North America and Kirkwood is leading the pack with new programs, equipment and amenities designed specifically for the modern needs of adventure families. Studies show that parents are much more willing to take their children out of school for a vacation if they think their children will learn something along the way. Kirkwood teaches children and their parents about the rewards of winter adventure.
The Expedition Kirkwood programs enable families interested in breaking into the backcountry to do so safely by providing the knowledge required to responsibly navigate uncontrolled and unpatrolled terrain. Powder Cat Tours on Red Cliffs allows families to experience the ultimate powder runs days after the storm has rolled through. Families can participate in monthly backcountry awareness clinics where they will learn about snow safety and proper avalanche avoidance techniques. Parents and children alike can practice using avalanche beacons in Beacon Basin, the only beacon training facility in California. Led by Kirkwood ski patrollers and seasoned backcountry guides, hikes up Martin Point let families experience terrain that they may not be comfortable exploring on their own.
Located at a base elevation of 7800 feet, Kirkwood receives an average of 42+ feet of snow every winter – more than any other South Shore resort. Unparalleled expert terrain, a top rated beginner area, no crowds and just 177 miles from San Francisco via Highway 88, Kirkwood is the ultimate winter adventure destination for your family.
Located at a base elevation of 7800 feet, Kirkwood receives an average of 42+ feet of snow every winter – more than any other South Shore resort. Unparalleled expert terrain, a top rated beginner area, no crowds and just 177 miles from San Francisco via Highway 88, Kirkwood is the ultimate winter adventure destination for your family. Log onto www.kirkwood.com or call 209.258.6000 for more information.
Treble ConeNew Zealand
The team at Treble Cone wishes you a Merry Christmas and a safe and happy New Year
Treble Cone are proud partner sponsors of 2 Ski Racing NZ National Team athletes - Mickey Ross (Oamaru) and Nicola Campbell (Wanaka). Congratulations to Mickey who won the SRNZ Snowsports Athlete of the Year Award and was also nominated for NZ Sportsperson of the Year. Both athletes are now in full training in the lead up to the Winter Olympics in Torino. We wish them luck in the selection process for the Games.
Treble Cone wins ’05 Ski Area Award
Treble Cone came out top on the People's Choice Snowco New Zealand Ski Area Service Award Survey for 2005. This is the third time since its inception in 1999 that Treble Cone has won this award.
The public that completed the survey also thought that Treble Cone offered the best service in tickets, rental, lifts & café facilities.
CARRABASSETT VALLEY, Maine - After 20 years together, Big Head Todd and the Monsters have crafted an on-stage show that has blown away audiences across the country. Sugarloafers should expect no less when the band takes over the King Pine room in the Base Lodge on Jan. 28, 2005 as part of Sugarloaf/USA’s Bud Light Concert Series.
The Sugarloaf concert is open to those 21 and older. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased by calling 1-800-THE LOAF or 207-237-6939. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., and the concert begins at 8 p.m. Proper ID is required.
Visit Sugarloaf or call 1.800 THE LOAF for reservations.