Tahoe basin New Snow in (last 24 hours) 14"+
Alpine 24, Heavenly Just that, Kirkwood Powder !
WEATHER CONDITIONS: SNOW!
12/19 Monday: Slight Chance of Snow, wind across the ridges and flurries
Bear Valley Central California 20 inches
Loveland, 6 inches New Snow
Vail,6 in. of New Snow
New Snow (past 24 hours)
4" @ Upper-Mountain
45" @ Upper-Mountain
Total Snowfall(season to-date)
139" @ Upper-Mountain, Trails Open: 96 of 96
CARRABASSETT VALLEY, Maine - Skiers and riders at Sugarloaf/USA will be skiing from its lofty 4,237 foot summit this week with some of the best holiday week conditions in the resort’s 55 year history. Abundant natural snow combined with extended periods of ideal snowmaking temperatures will permit Sugarloaf to open terrain in every area of the mountain including the fabled summit, King Pine Bowl, and Whiffletree area before Christmas.
“Sugarloaf’s Summit is a special place not only for the terrain but for the spectacular setting,” said Bill Swain, Sugarloaf’s communications manager. “You’re on top of the world looking out over much of Maine including Mt. Katahdin, Mt. Washington and the White Mountains in New Hampshire, and well into Canada. To top it off, the Timberline trail makes the Summit something even beginning skiers and riders can enjoy.”
On Tuesday, Dec. 27, guests can take to the slopes of Sugarloaf at night for the second annual Carry the Torch for the Cure Torchlight Parade. This event is a part of the Sugarloaf Charity Summit and all proceeds from the torchlight parade will benefit the Maine Cancer Foundation and the Martha B. Webber Breast Cancer Center.
Sugarloaf/USA would like to invite you to
participate in an historic event. Next Tuesday,
Dec. 27, Sugarloaf is hosting the 2nd Annual Carry
the Torch for the Cure Torchlight Parade to kick
off the 2006 Sugarloaf Charity Summit. With your
help and participation we can make this the
largest torchlight parade we've ever had.
SUN VALLEY, ID….... A very special tribute to actress Janet Leigh will be presented by her daughters Jamie Lee and Kelly Curtis, and Sun Valley Resort, Thursday evening, December 22, 2005.
To honor her legacy in Sun Valley, a newly renamed lane on Seattle Ridge will become “LEIGH LANE.”
The dedication will include a few words by Jamie Lee Curtis Thursday evening at 6:30 pm in Sun Valley Resort’s Opera House.
A free showing of “Psycho” will follow. The event is free and everyone is welcome.
In addition, a new Janet Leigh Memorial Scholarship Fund has been established // for the Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation.
Ride the Panorama Express Bus from Calgary through the picturesque scenery of B.C. & Alberta's mountain parks. A Panorama Host with Playwest Vacations will direct you to the Express Bus and ensure that the atmosphere of the motor coach trip is about R&R, that will prepare you for an active weekend on the slopes.
Call 1-800-663-2929 to book.
Say goodbye to 2005 and welcome in 2006 at Panorama Mountain Village. The annual torch light parade and fire works extravaganza will commence an evening filled with other spectacular events and festivities to ring in the New Year with your family and friends
Mauna Kea,( Hawaii ) 13,796 Feet
It is the highest in the Pacific (more than 1,000 feet higher than Mount Fuji).
It is the world's highest mountain from base to summit (it rises more than 33,000 feet from the ocean floor -- Everest's height is 29,000 feet).
There are many tales of week-long storms and instances where the summit could be accessed with a Snow Cat. And there are some pretty dramatic photos of its snows.
you must rent a 4WD vehicle or hire a guide. Skiers take turns being the driver up a road that also serves several observatories at the summit.
Snow falls during winter months, though the ski season can run from November through July, and the snow can accumulate to a few meters depth. February and March are the best bets for good snow. This has been called the finest snow in the world, and there is a ski-able area of almost 100 square miles.
Hawaii's Big Kahuna Ski Club
Hawaii Ski Club
Get some fresh!
Over a foot of fresh-ness snow with more forecast for today.
Cable Car, the Funitel, Siberia and Shirley Lake, Granite Chief, Emigrant, Gold Coast, Headwall and much more.
Upper mountian is L o o k i n g Good.!
SV Ski Corp Photo /red dog photography
Headwall is open so " The SLOT" Light towers and other RIppin lines now have enough to safely open.
Reverse traverse You got it !
Hail to the Chief, .... Split tree, Carnells', Swan Dive ( careful ) rock slide and other goodies
CHRISTMAS EVE TORCHLIGHT PARADE-
The Squaw Valley Ski School descends Squaw Valley's lower mountain in a brilliant parade of lights, finishing just outside the Plaza Bar. The Parade begins at aprox. 6pm. More Details
Squaw Valley got KT?
OBERSTDORF, Germany (Dec. 18) - Olympic medalist Travis Mayer (Steamboat Springs, CO) finished second Sunday, leading three U.S. men into the top five while Jillian Vogtli (Ellicotville, NY), led U.S. women, placing fifth in wet, snowy weather.
In the second meet of the season - following Wednesday’s opener in Tignes, France, Australian Dale Begg-Smith won the men’s contest with 25.69 points and Mayer took second at 25.31, connecting with a D-spin (off-axis) up top and quad-twister off the bottom jump. In addition, defending World Cup champion Jeremy Bloom (Loveland, CO) was fourth with 2003 World Cup champion Travis Cabral (South lake Tahoe, CA) fifth.
FREESTYLE WORLD CUP
Oberstdorf, GER - Dec. 18, 2005
Moguls (16 make finals) Men
1. Dale Begg-Smith, Australia, 25.69 points
2. Travis Mayer, Steamboat Springs, Colo., 25.31
3. Michael Robertson, Australia, 24.83
4. Jeremy Bloom, Loveland, Colo., 23.99
5. Travis Cabral, South Lake Tahoe, Calif., 23.69
7. Toby Dawson, Vail, Colo., 23.50
14. Nate Roberts, Park City, Utah, 16.65
19. Luke Westerlund, Breckenridge, Colo.
61. David Babic, Washington, Vt.
1. Jennifer Heil, Canada, 25.86
2. Kristi Richards, Canada, 24.21
3. Nikola Sudova, Czech Republic, 23.85
4. Kari Traa, Norway, 23.79
5. Jillian Vogtli, Ellicotville, N.Y., 22.67
7. Laurel Shanley, Squaw Valley, Calif., 21.84
12. Shannon Bahrke, Tahoe City, Calif., 17.26
15. Michelle Roark, Denver, 13.39
30. Hannah Kearney, Norwich, Vt.
35. Emiko Torito, Denver
For complete results and World Cup standings: