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Open Trails: 90 Open Lifts: 14 Miles of Skiing/Riding: 44 Grooming Plan: 47 Trails Surface: Spring Conditions Base: 20-30" Friday is forecasted to bring more sun and temperatures in the 60's! Another picture perfect spring day on the mountain, with nice, soft snow that is perfect for carving and landing. Spring skiing is here and it is at its best!! Mountain ops will keep the mountain in tip-top shape this week and for Friday they will have 47 trails groomed. Check out the full Killington Event Schedule for the remainder of March and April featuring rail jams, mogul challenges, live music and much, much more! For the latest snow, lift and trail conditions, visit Killington

Squaw Valley
Photo:SV Ski Crop
Miracle March Continues... Another system came through yesterday leaving us with up to a foot of new powder overnight at the highest elevations. Things sure are fun here at Squaw Valley USA and we still have 2 more months of skiing and riding left this season!
Come enjoy Tahoe's most diverse mountain, offering 4,000 acres of skiable terrain over 6 peaks, 34 lifts and miles of perfectly machined groomed terrain. Conditions are mid winter with powder everywhere, terrain available for all skill levels and a mountain of activities for kids and non skiers. Squaw Valley is your winter playground offering the longest season in Tahoe, straight through Memorial Day Weekend*
April Fool's Day "The first of April is the day we remember what we are the other 364 days of the year." -Mark Twain 1 Fools Frugal Feast at High Camp All you can eat- fools welcome! Hear Ye, Here Ye! In the renaissance tradition, High Camp will present the second annual Fools’ Frugal Feast, an all-you-can-eat sunset session featuring big plates of ribs, all the fixin’s, and of course, the optional secret High Camp Grog to wash it down. Includes the Cable Car ride 1 - 8 Mountain Travel Symposium Welcome Travel Professionals! 1 Suzi Bock Memorial Race Participate in two Giant Slalom races and a fundraiser benefiting the Stanford Hospital Bone Marrow Transplant Unit and the UC Davis Alpine Ski Team. The event is in memory of Suzi Bock, a former UCD ski racer and member of the Squaw Valley National Ski Patrol. The $55 race fee includes an all day lift ticket, racing, awards and an evening banquet with live music. Details: 530-587-7517 15 - 23 Spring Jam 8 Events, Sunshine and Parties This event brings Squaw Valley to roar with on-mountain competitions, live music, spring skiing fun and wacky events. Details: 530-583-6985
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La Grave
Hautes-Alpes et Isere en France BULLETIN D'ENNEIGEMENT - SNOW REPORT ____________________________________ du Thursday 30th of March 2006 29 Mars 2006 ____________________________________ 1Telepherique des Glaciers la Meije (04 76 79 91 09) Attention : Itinéraires de haute-montagne Hauteur de neige en bas à 1400 m : 50 cm Hauteur de neige au milieu à 2400 m : 160 cm Hauteur de neige en haut à 3300 m : 200 cm (glacier) Ouverture : conditions La Grave France

Cool nights and warm sunny days are what you need to get tons of the sugar sweet spring corn that Sugarloaf/USA is famous for.
Even under the brightest spring sunshine, our higher elevation keeps the snow at just the right temperature and consistency to ensure hero conditions all over the mountain. There really is nothing like great spring skiing to make you realize why you love this sport.
Of course, in addition to fantabulous conditions on the slopes, we've got two red hot events on consecutive weekends. This Saturday night, it's the Bud Light Rail Jam on The Landing and next weekend is the one-and-only 18th Annual Bud Light Reggae Festival.


Alpine Conditions Spring snow conditions. Firm at first, softening through the day. Great snow cover over the entire mountain with all runs open!
Photo: RK / Panorama partners
April April 3-7 Ski Canada Test Week Special Events It's Ski Canada Test Week at Panorama April 3-7! Great Canadian rockers, 54.40 play at Panorama on Saturday April 8. It's part of Sunpit Safari - a wild weekend in the mountains.
Apr 7-9 20th Annual Downhill Riders Sunpit Safari Apr 14-17 Easter Weekend/Easterfest Apr 16 Last Day of Skiing & Riding
Heli skiing
On the edge of the famous Bugaboos, R.K. Heli-Ski at Panorama Mountain Village comprises 2,000 square kilometres and part of the largest heli-ski region in the world.

Sun Peaks
New Snow: 0cm/0in Mountain Base: 178cm/70 in Village: -3C/26F Mid Mountain: -5C/23F Top: -7C/19F Sky: Clear Runs Open: 117/117
Today’s Forecast: We’re expecting another mix of sun and cloud for the day. Winds up to 20 km/h southwest and a high near plus 4.
Extended Outlook: Saturday and Sunday… The models show the upper trough remaining just off the B.C. coast with a southerly upper flow over interior B.C. This will keep the main precipitation over coastal B.C. For the resort area this will give a mix of sun and cloud along with pleasantly mild daytime temperature readings. Can’t rule out a few flurries but they will likely be quite spotty.
Today’s Report:
Good morning! This is Jack Frost with the Sun Peaks Snow Report for Thursday March 30, 2006 @ 6:00am.
Last nights beautiful clear skies were great to look at but didn’t give us any new snow. The base is still weighing in at 178cm and there is still heaps of fun to be found up here on the mountain.
The temperature is currently -3C in the Village, at Mid-mountain -5C, and –7C at the Top of the World. The winds are light, and the sky is clear, the temperature is low and it looks like the start of a b-e-a-utiful day. Sun Peaks

Vail Beaver / Creek
5-6 inches New Snow
Don't miss the Vail Film Festival, March 29-April 2. The festival, presented by the Vail Film Institute, will strive to encourage artistic innovation and promote new and creative filmmaking. World premieres, independents, celebrities, forums and parties make this a must-be-at event for anyone interested in film.
april 10 Fiesta Beaver Creek!
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Last updated 30 March 2006 Weather conditions Slightly cloudy Temperature top 09:00 -7 Temperature base 09:00 -2 Depth of snow top 130 Depth of snow base 15 Last snowfall 28 March 2006 Wind force gentle breeze (gale force 3) wind direction west Conditions slopes Solidly packe
Lifts open untill the 25th of April in the Faloria skiing area Info on


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