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Morning Edition

Snow Alert for Wa, Cascade Range, White Pass, Stevens
Snow Alert for Whiteface N.Y.
Snow Alert for Lake Tahoe Basin, Kirkwood, Mammoth Mountain
snow Alert for Mt Hood / Mt Hood Meadows
Snow Alert for Jackson Hole

The next Olympic Venue 2010
SNOW AND SUNSHINE Steep runs - ( Big bang, Harmony Horse-shoes, Le Coulour')
THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS The snowfall continued into early February before clearing up to bluebird skis and some gorgeous days on the mountain. The brilliant sunny weather has been great news for all our events and makes for great all-mountain exploration.
And now with more snow in the forecast.
The 2006 TELUS World Ski and Snowboard Festival
Canada's largest free outdoor concert series is getting ready to rock Whistler during the TELUS World Ski & Snowboard Festival, April 14-23, with over 50 free concerts being planned. Recently signed bands include hip hop legends Jurassic 5 and Blackalicious, award-winning indie band Metric, platinum-selling Default and Festival favourite Michael Franti & Spearhead.
The TELUS World Ski & Snowboard Festival also features major pro ski & snowboard competitions, legendary arts events, endless nightlife and much more. Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains Resort Ltd.
Whistler 2006 Whistler Blackcomb
Host of the 2010 XXI Olympic Games

Big Sky
Weather: Chance for occasional snow showers throughout the day. Temperature: 30 ° to 10 ° (Fahrenheit) Wind: 10-20 from South West New Overnight Snow: 0" Snow Fall past 24hrs: 9" Snow Fall past 48hrs: 11" Base Snow Depth: 64-97" Big Sky Resort

International Olympic Comittee
VANCOUVER 2010: The Next Winter Games Will Be Canadian With the successful XX Olympic Winter Games – Torino 2006, now drawing to a close, all eyes are slowly starting to turn towards the Host City for the XXI Olympic Winter Games – Vancouver. The next Winter Games will be...
Torino 2006 Paralympic Winter Games From 10 to 19 March, two weeks after the end of the Olympic Winter Games, 535 athletes from an expected 39 countries will gather to participate in the Torino 2006 Paralympic Winter Games.
Ski Jumping
Continental Cup Zao Japan (JPN)


Men's Downhill: Bode Miller, 5th
Men's Combined: Ted Ligety, 1st
Women's Downhill: Julia Mancuso, 7th
Women's Combined: Julia Mancuso, 9th
Men's Super G: Scott Macartney, 7th
Women's Super G: Lindsey Kildow, 7th
Men's Giant Slalom: Bode Miller, T6th
Women's Slalom: Sarah Schleper, 10th
Women's Giant Slalom: Julia Mancuso, 1st
Men's Slalom: Jimmy Cochran, 12th

Cross Country
Men's Pursuit: Carl Swenson, 40th
Women's Pursuit: Rebecca Dussault, 38th
Men's Team Sprint: Chris Cook/Andy Newell, 7th in semifinals
Women's Team Sprint: Kikkan Randall/Wendy Wagner, 10th in finals
Women's 10km Classical: Wendy Wagner, 50th
Men's 15km Classical: Kris Freeman, 22nd
Women's Relay: 14th
Men's Relay: 12th
Men's Sprint: Andy Newell, 16th
Women's Sprint: Kikkan Randall, 9th
Women's 30km Freestyle: Sarah Konrad, 32nd
Men's 50km Freestyle: February 26

Women's Moguls: Shannon Bahrke, 10th
Men's Moguls: Toby Dawson, 3rd
Women's Aerials: Jana Lindsey, 16th in qualifying round
Men's Aerials: Jeret Peterson, 7th

NH Individual: Alan Alborn, 40th
LH Individual: Alan Alborn, 43rd
LH Team: 14th

Nordic Combined
Individual Gundersen: Todd Lodwick, 8th
Team LH: 7th (Bill Demong, Todd Lodwick, Johnny Spillane, Carl Van Loan) Sprint LH: Todd Lodwick, 9th

Men's Halfpipe: Shaun White, 1st
Women's Halfpipe: Hannah Teter, 1st
Men's Snowboardcross: Seth Wescott, 1st
Women's Snowboardcross: Lindsey Jacobellis, 2nd
Men's Parallel Giant Slalom: Tyler Jewell, 11th
Women's Parallel Giant Slalom: Rosey Fletcher, 3rd

Olympic Org

Don't leave all the gold-medal glory to the athletes in Torino. You can ski at mountains much closer to home--and for less. During the Winter Games Ski Sale, get your complete Flight + Hotel ski escape to Lake Tahoe, Whistler, Salt Lake/Park City, and Steamboat from just $578. Now that's worth cheering for.
Satisfy Your Yearn For Turns
Enjoy rates from $40 at world-class resorts like Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, or Heavenly
Steamboat: Inundated By Snow! There's plenty of powder to go around, so get to Ski Town USA and take advantage of a jaw-dropping 27-foot base!
Whistler Village Inn and Suites
The property's amenities include the swimming pool, pool deck barbeques, hot tub, sauna, and complimentary continental breakfast. Special Offer: Stay 3 nights and save 15%

The Best Trips Start Here

MT Hood Summer Ski/ snowboard Camps
Sign-ups are going well and we anticipate that we’ll have to increase the prices for sessions 5 and 6 sometime during the month of March. All session prices are guaranteed through March 21 and then subject to change.


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