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

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Snow alert for Alyeska
Snow alert for Whistler Blackcomb
Snow alert for Homewood, Heavenly, Sugar Bowl, Squaw Valley & Tahoe Basin
Snow alert for Kirkwood, 18-24" of NEW SNOW!
151-283" of snowfall this season to date
Snow alert for Japan

Snow alert for Jackson Hole
New Snow (past 24 hours):
12" @ Upper-Mountain
13" @ Mid-Mountain
Snow Depth:
86" @ Upper-Mountain
83" @ Mid-Mountain
Total Snowfall
(season to-date):
229" @ Upper-Mountain
197" @ Mid-Mountain

Lifts Open: 11 of 11
Trails Open: 96 of 96 more...
Groomed Trails Open: 100%

L Ks sends in a note:
I went for just one run and ended up returning a couple of hours later. hmmm I wonder why? Well not what you think (given the fact we have now had 72 inches in 7 days), but I ended up helping a family down Apres Vous who were a little out of their depth. The funny thing was, despite their situation they seemed to be in very good humor, the children thought all the snow was incredible. Just a good reminder that not everybody is a powderhound, but everybody can enjoy the snow. If you are reading this you are probably the former, but its just a good reminder if you see someone struggling in all this snow, stop and check they are having fun.
Jackson Hole

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Sugarloaf/USA marks the opening of the 2006 Olympic Winter Games with U.S. Ski Team Day Feb. 10
CARRABASSETT VALLEY, Maine - To commemorate the Opening Ceremonies of the 2006 Olympic Winter Games, Sugarloaf/USA will host U.S. Ski Team Day on Feb. 10, 2006. Sugarloaf is one of more than 65 alpine and cross country resorts across the nation that will donate $1 from every lift ticket sold on U.S. Ski Team Day to support the U.S. Ski Team initiatives.

“Sugarloaf will be well represented in Turino and this is one way we can offer our support for their current and future endeavors,” said Karen Greene, Sugarloaf’s brand manager. At least four athletes who trained at Sugarloaf and Carrabassett Valley Academy will represent the U.S. in the upcoming Olympic Winter Games. They are Bode Miller, who won the overall World Cup title in 2005, Kirsten Clark, who has quickly returned to prominence in this year’s FIS World Cup circuit, aerialist Emily Cook, and world champion snowboarder Seth Wescott.

All seven resorts in the American Skiing Company family of resorts will host U.S. Ski Team Days on Feb. 10. “This is a great opportunity for the American Skiing Company to help the U.S. Ski Team,” said Chip Carey, senior vice president of marketing for ASC. “We are all about skiing and snowboarding and want to help the team become the best in the world.”

U.S. Ski Team Presidents and former Olympian Bill Marolt is overwhelmed by the support of resorts across the country. “U.S. Ski Team Day will provide an outstanding opportunity for skiers in Maine and New England to celebrate our sport during the Olympic period, and to help the athletes of the U.S. Ski Team.”
VisitSugarloaf for the latest on U.S. Ski Team Day.

About Sugarloaf/USA Ski Resort - Located in Carrabassett Valley, Maine, Sugarloaf/USA is recognized among the top ski and golf resorts in the world. Sugarloaf/USA is part of the American Skiing Company family of resorts. Its resorts include Killington and Mount Snow in Vermont; Sunday River and Sugarloaf/USA in Maine; Attitash in New Hampshire; Steamboat in Colorado and The Canyons in Utah.


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Crystal Mountain
Time: 6:00am
Weather: Snowing heavily on the slopes today.
Base Temperature: 29 degrees
Base Snow Depth: 53 inches
Base New Snow Fall 24hrs: 11 inches
Base Snow Fall 48hrs: 16 inches
Summit Temperature: 11 degrees
Summit Snow Depth: 77 inches
Summit New Snow Fall 48hrs: 26 inches
Surface Conditions: Powder and Machine Groomed
Lifts Open: Discovery, Chinook Express, Forest Queen, Rainier Express, High Campbell & Green Valley Hour of Operation: 9:00am-4:00pm
Road Conditions: Open/Icy in spots/Snow covered ! ! Backco! untry Status: North Country and South Country CLOSED. ! !
What's Happening at Crystal Mountain: We have received 47 inches of new snow since Monday....enough said! It is going to be a great day out on the slopes with fresh powder for all who come to join us. Get on up here because it is going to be awesome!!!

Discount ticket books are only available for only a few more days. Get 5 days of skiing for only $225, sale ends December 31st. Ticket books are available online and at many Puget Sound locations. Click here for more info or to purchase yours before they are gone.
The Express Bus is the hassle free way to Crystal Mountain on the weekends. For more information click here or to make reservations call 800-665-2122
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