Snow alert for Snowbird / Alta/Snow Basin
Snow alert for Kirkwood
Snow alert for Saas - Fee/ Zermatt
Well, spring is definitely in the air - the sun is out, the temps are
warm and the snow is just right. Remember, it'll be awhile before you'll
get to do this again, so it's not too late to get those last few days
2006-07 All For One Season Passes
5th Annual Chill Benefit Concert
10th Annual Sunshine Daydream Festival
Easter Sunday Sunrise Service and Easter Egg Hunt
It's never too early to start thinking about next year. The 2006-2007
All For One Passes are on sale now through May 2 at the best prices of
the year. If you renew before May 2 at the same pass level or higher,
you'll also be entitled to special added benefits such as fewer blackout
days or discounts on lift tickets for friends and family. Take care of
it today at www.killington.com or call 1-800-887-3257. It's one less
thing you'll need to worry about next year.
Are you feeling lucky? This Friday, April 14 in New York City at the
5th Annual Chill Benefit concert you could win an All For One Pass. Talib
Kweli will be headlining the concert, sponsored by the snowboard club
at NYU. Chill is honored to host Brooklyn's own Kweli, a multi platinum,
Hip-Hop icon to share his smooth style, socially conscious lyrics and
infectious energy. Also on the bill are Wax Po All Stars, Kontrast and
DJ Skizz. Come listen to some of the biggest names in hip-hop, enter to
win brand new Burton gear, including a snowboard, and tons of other
giveaways and raffles including two round trip tickets on Jet Blue as well
as a Bronze All For One Pass and the grand prize of a Gold All For One
FIS Freestyle Skiing & Snowboard Season Analysis, and more
Welcome to the 70th edition of the FIS Newsflash! And thank you to all those of you who have already responded to the FIS Newsflash Reader Survey. If you have not yet done that, please do so by clicking here by April 15th.
Ski Jumping Sub-Committees cruise the Hurtigrute ... more
Sapporo 2007 excited about the work ahead ... more
SportAccord 2006: Developing skiing in Korea ... more
From 3rd – 7th April, 2006, over 800 delegates attended the 4th edition of SportAccord in Seoul (KOR) that was scheduled to coincide with the General Assemblies of the General Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF) and the Association of International Olympic Winter Federations (AIOWF), among others.
Visiting Asia for the first time, this year’s event provided an excellent opportunity for networking and discussing future development programs. While in Korea, FIS President Gian-Franco Kasper had a chance to meet with Byun Tak, President of the Korea Ski Association, to review the association’s development plans in particular for Alpine Skiing, Ski Jumping, Freestyle Skiing and Snowboard. He commented: “Following the highly successful FIS Snowboard Junior World Championships in Vivaldi Park (KOR) this season, I was impressed by the comprehensive plans for developing the sport of skiing around Korea, including the construction of new training areas, several training programs and other activities, all designed to enable the nation to catch up with the best in the world.”
Complete stories and more
Weather: Mostly cloudy today with a chance for occasional showers throughout the day.
Temperature: 49° to 25° (Fahrenheit)
Wind: 5-10 from South
New Overnight Snow: 0
Snow Fall past 24hrs: 0
Snow Fall past 48hrs: 3
Base Snow Depth: 68-108
Surface Conditions: Packed powder, machine groomed
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
Winter's not going anywhere, we're still skiing powder at Big Sky, and have over 10 feet on the upper mountain!
Lifts operate daily until April 16th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Bump Bash Extreme- Zermatt
Bump Bash - Zermatt
Lake Louise Mountain Resort
BIGGEST SPRING PARTY AND THE BEST SPRING SKIING IN THE ROCKIES
Calgary, AB – April 10, 2006 – Every spring, the biggest outdoor mountain party in the Canadian Rockies happens at Lake Louise Mountain Resort! This year’s Spring Episode 2006 will take place on April 29th and 30th, and will feature live music from hip hop and rap band Swollen Members, who will perform at the base of the mountain at 3pm on Saturday, April 29th.
Lake Louise Mountain Resort is already famous for its world-class spring skiing. Spring Episode ’06 will also feature DJs, Kokanee Beer Gardens – the biggest in the Canadian Rockies, the Appleton Sun Splash, on-mountain activities, and the infamous annual Splash Down, where skiers and riders plunge into a pool of icy Rocky Mountain water.
The two-day event will attract thousands of skiers and riders who will take in the best of spring in Alberta Rockies champagne powder! All the best of skiing and riding, and al the spring flings you can handle, all at Lake Louise Mountain Resort!
To learn more about Spring Episode ’06, find the latest spring skiing conditions, or to book great ski and stay packages,
visit Lake Louise
or call 1-800-258-SNOW.