Snow Alert For Nakiska, Lake Louise, Kimberley
Snow Alert for Saas-Fe, Zermatt -Switzerland
5 inches New Snow
Mar 11 - Cardboard Box Downhill Derby
Join us at Lake Louise Mountain Resort for our fifth annual Cardboard Box Downhill Derby. Show us your fastest, most stylish cardboard box sled and you shall not walk away empty handed!
18 inches New Snow
Mar 15 - Smith Optics Fernie Freeski Comp.
Top freeskiers to compete on the best snow and steeps in Canada. Freeskiers from across Canada and the United States are gearing up for the Smith Optics Fernie Freeski, being held at Fernie Alpine Resort from March 15-19, 2006.
16 inches New Snow
Mar 11 - Sitour Snowfest
Check out the latest and greatest during these demo and sample days from suppliers such as Aveneo, Halls and Crystal Light.
Free samples, games, entertainment and more.
Mar 11-12 - Stemwinder Live Music
George Street Revisited
Mar 18-19 - Stemwinder Live Music
Check Point Five. Apres ski on Saturday and Sunday. Special evening showing - 8pm-11pm Saturday
11 inches New Snow
Mar 16 - Ladies Only Ski Day
A day tailored to ladies. Transportation, 1.5 hours of instruction, and lunch. Please call 232-8477 to register.
Mar 18-19 - Discover Days
Just a taste! If you are a new skier or rider wondering if you should go for it and give skiing or snowboarding a try, look no further than the Discover Sampler. Regular price $35, available on this weekend for only $20!
One Inch Away From 400-Inch Mark
It's been 8 torturous weeks away, but I made it back
as of today, and what a great day it is. Sunshine, blue
sky, and exceptional snow. Only problem is my orthopedic
doc tells me no racing, no bumps, and no powder skiing
(drat!) for at least a few days. Basically, I got a
prescription to Wally World, but it's skiing and I'll
I leapt on the Gondy shortly after 8 and headed over to
Sundown Express making my first turns on Upper High
Noon in some of the softest corduroy I've ever been on.
What a start. From there, I slid out to Broadway, making
first tracks back down to Sundown. Then up and over to
Tomahawk where there's about an inch of fresh over the
grooming. Looking down Trap, Cub, Buckshot, etc. I saw
a bunch of fluff ready for the taking, and my little toe
test into Pup was almost more than I could take. Really
fine stuff there! I exited Wally World via South Peak,
but missed the turn back on to Broadway, just force of
habit I guess, and ended up on Westside. Sorry Doc. No
problems in the prime 'roy. Now in to write. I guess I'll
have to go down via Why Not.
If you're not here, you should be. We had a major powder
drop on Saturday night and yesterday and there's plenty
of it left. Spring vacations have begun, so we're busy,
but never so busy that you can't get a ton of snow riding
done without waiting in long lines. Ski and ride with care
and have a blast. I'll be back tomorrow.
Weather: Mostly cloudy skies with snow flurries likely.
Temperature: 31 ° to 5 ° (Fahrenheit)
Wind: 5-10 from South
New Overnight Snow: 1"
Snow Fall past 24hrs: 1"
Snow Fall past 48hrs: 1"
Base Snow Depth: 65-100"
Surface Conditions: Packed powder, machine groomed, deep snow up top
Terrain Open: 100%
Lifts Scheduled to Open: Lone Peak Tram, Swift Current, Thunder Wolf, Ramcharger, Gondola One, Challenger, Iron Horse, Southern Comfort, Lone Peak Chair, Lone Moose, Explorer, White Otter, Shedhorn, Bear Back Poma, Mitey Magic Carpet, Magic Carpet, Pony Express, Cascade
Congratulations to the Dirt Bag Powder 8 champions as well as the new King and Queen
Olympic gold medalist Ted Ligety continued his winning ways in Yong Pyong, South Korea, March 5. Ligety claimed his first giant slalom World Cup victory. Lindsey Kildow won her third World Cup race this season - the first super G victory of her career – as part of an historic three-way tie in Hafjell, Norway, March 3.
World champion Hannah Kearney finished third, and World Cup rookie David Digravio reached his first podium – a third place - March 1 at the World Cup moguls in Jisan Forest, South Korea.
U.S. skiers returned from Russia with four medals from Junior World Championships. Jay Bowman-Kirigan picked up two medals – silver in dual moguls and bronze in moguls. Caterina Mader collected bronze in the women’s moguls comp; Patrick Deneen took bronze in men’s duals.
SUN, MAR 26, 12:30 PM, NBC
State Farm U.S. Snowboard Cup, Lake Placid, NY
SUN, MAR 26, 5 PM, OLN
State Farm U.S. Snowboard Cup, Lake Placid, NY;
Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships, Killington, VT;
Nature Valley Freestyle Challenge, Killington, VT;
U.S. Alpine Championships, Sugarloaf, ME
US ski & snowboard Teams
AMERICA'S BEST FREESTYLE ATHLETES TO COMPETE AT SPRINT U.S. CHAMPIONSHIPS
KILLNGTON, VT (March 14) – Killington Resort showcases America’s best freestyle athletes including U.S. Olympians appearing in their first domestic competition since the Games at the 2006 Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships March 23-26. 2006 Olympians including moguls skiers Travis Cabral, Michelle Roarke and Hannah Kearney, along with aerialists Eric Bergoust, Emily Cook and Jana Lindsey are just a few athletes scheduled to compete.
March 21 – 9:30-12:30 moguls training; 10:30-1:30 superpipe training; 1-3 p.m. aerials training
March 22 – 9:30-12:30 moguls training; 10:30-1:30 superpipe training; 1-3 p.m. aerials training
March 23 – 10:30 a.m., men’s/women’s superpipe
March 24 – 10:45 a.m., men’s/women moguls, Outer Limits
March 25 – 1:30 p.m., men’s/women’s aerials, OL Air Hill
March 26 – 10:30 a.m., men’s/women’s dual moguls*, Outer Limits
SUGARLOAF, Maine (March 13) - Top U.S. alpine racers, including several of America’s recent Olympians, will close out the season at the 2006 TD Banknorth U.S. Alpine Championships, March 25-29 at Sugarloaf/USA.
Olympic gold medalists Ted Ligety and Julia Mancuso will headline the field along with fellow Olympic teammates including Maine's own three-time Olympian Kirsten Clark. Three-time Olympian Daron Rahlves, the most successful American male downhill and super G racer, will be on hand to defend his U.S. super G title. Also slated to compete is Lindsey Kildow, who posted two top-10 finishes in the Torino Olympics and is ranked second in the world downhill points.
March 22 – 9:30 a.m., men’s DH training; 11 a.m., women’s DH training
March 23 – 9:30 a.m., men’s DH training; 11 a.m., women’s DH training
March 24 – FIS downhill; men’s start at 9:30 a.m., women at 11 a.m.
March 25 – 9:30 a.m., men’s downhill; 11 a.m., women’s downhill
March 26 – 9 a.m., men’s SG; 11 a.m., women’s SG
March 27 – men’s SL: 9 a.m. 1st run, 12:30 p.m. 2nd run; women’s slalom: 11 a.m. 1st run, 2 p.m. 2nd run
March 28 – 9 a.m., men’s GS
March 29 – 9 a.m., women’s GS
The event of the season will take place in two
weeks, when Sugarloaf hosts the 2006 U.S. Alpine
Championships from March 25-29. Rub elbows with
U.S. Ski Team members like CVA alumni Kirsten
Clark and Bode Miller, and recent gold medalists
Ted Ligety and Julia Mancuso.
The winter coats and hats were off as we saw
another great day of spring skiing here at
Sugarloaf. Temps got up into the mid-40s today,
and we'll see similar temps tomorrow.
We plan to have 84 trails open, and you can
expect a primary surface of wet granular.
Forecasts call for temperatures to stay warm
overnight, which means the snow should stay soft
and there is no need to groom. We also have nine
lifts scheduled to run.
Cardrona - NZ
Early Bird Season Pass! With Snowmaking in the main basin, a fourth Kids Centre, the new High Performance Centre, and a third (beginners) Terrain Park Cardrona is pulling out all stops to ensure your season is the best time of the year.
For those who haven't purchased a pass, please note the Early Bird Season Pass deadline is this Wednesday 15th March, 2006.
Val Gardena - Italy
Thanks to the last very intensive snowfalls of 35 cm of fresh snow in the mountains, all the slopes in Val Gardena are in perfect conditions. The Sellaronda is open in both directions.
SunSkiRun offers are valid from 25th March to 18th April 2006. If you stay for 6 days, you will receive 1 day free (6+1).
March 2006 until 25th March 2006
12.03.2006 - Selva Gardena
Horse drawn sleigh procession with local costumes
15.03.2006 - Selva Gardena
17.03.2006 - S. Cristina
Sasslong choir, folcore dancegroup Selva/S.Cristina, vocal group "De cater"
23.03.2006 - Selva Gardena
33th skiraces of the Carabinieri - 2006 with international participation
Dolomite - Italy
Skiing under the spring sun!
After the extensive snowfalls of the past days (20 to 60 cm fresh snow) on the Dolomites the sun is shining again. Longer days and pleasant temperatures make the spring the best period in the season for skiing.
In many valleys of the Dolomiti Superski area - Cortina d'Ampezzo (Falzarego, Tofana, Faloria, Cristallo), Kronplatz, Val Gardena/Alpe di Siusi, Val di Fassa, Arabba/Marmolada, Alta Pusteria (Monte Elmo, P.sso Monte Croce), Val di Fiemme/Obereggen, S. Martino di Castrozza (Tognola), Passo Rolle, Valle Isarco (Maranza, Valles) and Trevalli (Alpe Lusia-Bellamonte) - it will be possible to ski until the 17th/18th of April, the Sellaronda included
DolomitiSuperKids: from 18th March to 18th April 2006
“Kids don’t pay!”: from 18th March to 18th April 2006 children under 8 (born after 26th November 1997) are not charged for accommodation and skipass. For youngsters under 12 (born after 26th Nov. 1993) accommodation and skipass are available at half price. In addition, ski schools and ski rentals also offer special reductions. To be able to take advantage of these promotions a few prerequisites have to be fulfilled. The offer is applicable for a maximum of 2 children at a minimum stay of 7 days with children staying in their parents’ room. The offer is valid at all participating establishments in the open Dolomiti Superski resorts
Swiss Budget Hotels
Take advantage of the last winter days with Swiss Budget Hotels®!
Until 7th of April 2006, take advantage of our special winter offer:
- 4 nights for 2 people
- in a double room with shower/WC
- breakfast included
- for only CHF 499.00!
Swiss Budget Hotels
Bumps Bash Zermatt