Timberline Lodge -Mt Hood
We received three inches of new snow last night and it just started snowing again! Come on up to Timberline and join us for another great day of skiing and riding on the slopes of majestic Mt. Hood.
Timberline Lodge is proud to host City League Racing every Friday night through March 17th. More information can be found under the City League Racing link on this page.
If you're joining us on SATURDAY or SUNDAY, be sure to ask about CAT SKIING on PALMER. Cat Skiing is complimentary with your purchased lift ticket.
Where do the top racers go when they want to train in the summer? You got it! Timberline's Palmer Snowfield offers the best summer sliding in North America. Serviced by the Palmer high speed quad you are guaranteed to maximize your training time. After the lifts close you have the diversity of the Pacific Northwest right out the back door. Mountain biking, hiking, rafting, windsurfing, and kiteboarding are activities available to all campers in the afternoon
Squaw has SNOW !
More winter! 40" storm total of new snow since Monday.
Mar 14, 2006 6200-18-25" 8200 28-35"
467" total for elevation 8200
15 - 23
Spring Jam 8
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Sun Peaks Resort
Date: Wednesday March 15, 2006
New Snow: 0cm/0in
Mountain Base: 173cm/68 in
Mid Mountain: -8C/17F
Last night was beautiful for watching the stars but that leaves us with no new snow for this morning. The base is now weighing in at 173cm and I think it is about time you took a look at our award winning groomers handy work.
The temperature is currently -8C in the Village, at Mid-mountain -8C, and -10C at the Top of the World. The winds are light, and the sky is clear as a bell.
Today we are expecting a mix of sun and cloud, with a little more sun than cloud of course, it is going to be a beautiful day.
All our major lifts are turning today, and all 3 mountains are 100% open, leaving 117 runs ready and waiting for all you mountain eccentrics to come and enjoy.
NINE INCHES OF FRESH
POWDER TOPS BALDY
SUN VALLEY, ID…...An unexpected nine inches of fresh powder fell on top of Sun Valley’s Baldy Mountain today.
This accumulation tops the season total snowfall of 288 inches – over seven feet above the average for a winter season.
More snow is expected tonight.
For updated Mountain Reports please visit sunvalley.com or call 800-635-4150.
21 March is the first day of spring, and Kitzbühel is already getting into the Sun and Fun skiing mood. The trails are in perfect condition, and the first warming rays of sunshine are turning the terraces of the ski huts into a sheer pleasure!
Even though spring is very much in the air, there is still more than enough snow. Up on the Hahnenkamm the white carpet is no less than one meter twenty deep! At the moment the weather gods are adding a few centimeters almost every night, so that skiers can enjoy dream conditions with sunshine and perfect powder the next morning.
And if you have had enough of the mountains by sundown- instead of skiing on an illuminated slope, you will find the less frosty evenings ideal for a serious tour of Kitzbühel's night life. Above all, a visit to the brand-new casino is a must.
As always, the beautiful city in the Alps has lots of new and exciting things to see and do at the moment. Don't miss March in Kitz!
On Sunday March 19, join Pico and Mountain Travelers Hike and Ski Shop for a day of telemark demos. This event will bring together top telemark ski and boot manufactures for a free demo. The demos are open to anyone with a lift ticket for the day or a valid season pass.
Telemark lessons for all ability levels will be available for only $10. Lessons will depart at 9:45 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. from the demo area. Visit www.picomountain.com for more information.
SPRINT U.S. FREESTYLE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Come join us at Killington for the Sprint US Freestyle National Championships March 23-26. Competition will include Aerials, Moguls and for the first time Superpipe. Enjoy live music and rub elbows with Olympic athletes.
If you'll be in the Rutland, VT area, join us for Opening Ceremonies on Wednesday March 22 on Center Street starting at 5:30 PM. The festivities will kick off with a parade of athletes on center street led by Mayor John Cassarino and Governor Jim Douglas, and will be followed by performances by drum journeys of earth, the Curbstone Chorus, and Sandhill. Outdoor dining, face painting and autograph opportunities will also be available.
Killington Resort showcases the best freestyle athletes in the country March 23-26 at the Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships at Bear Mountain. This year's event will include Superpipe, Aerial and Mogul competition, as well as live entertainment and fireworks. Join us as we celebrate and welcome home our U.S. Olympic Team in their first post-Olympic competition on U.S. soil for four days of competition, entertainment and festivities. All events are FREE!
Killington US freestyle
US Ski Team
U.S. SKI TEAM ENTERS WORLD CUP FINALS WITH THREE IN THE TOP 10
Miller, Rahlves and Ligety look to make history in Are
ARE, Sweden (March 14) - If the current standings hold up through the weekend, the U.S. Ski Team will mark the first time three U.S. men have finished in the top 10 overall in World Cup points. Defending overall champion Bode Miller (Bretton Woods, NH) is sixth heading into World Cup Finals, which begin Wednesday, with Daron Rahlves (Sugar Bowl, CA) seventh and Olympic combined champion Ted Ligety (Park City, UT) in ninth place.
There will be four races, starting with downhill and then super G before the tech races are held Friday and Saturday. The races begin Wednesday at 3:30 a.m. ET with the men racing first. For live results, go to http://www.ussa.org
Rahlves 3rd in lone training run
Rahlves led U.S. men Tuesday, finishing third, in their lone downhill training run as World Cup Finals prepared to open. Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO) led American women with a fourth-place result in their second training look at what will be the 2007 World Alpine Ski Championships venue.
Going into World Cup Finals, Miller has 748 points, Rahlves - who has won three downhills this season on far more demanding terrain - has 747 and Ligety has 600 points. Rahlves doesn’t race slalom, Ligety will skip the opening DH and Miller’s left knee, which has troubled him most of the winter, is creating painful problems.
US Ski Team
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