Snow Alert - Denver, Co (Caution for travelers),Whistler Blackcomb
Closed for the weekend, Gone skiing !
-Sugar Bowl, Squaw, Kirkwood, Heavenly - CA Lake Tahoe
Enjoy 16” to 22” of fresh holiday powder at Alpine Meadows. With fresh snow on the slopes, more terrain is opening at Alpine including Scott and Subway Chairs starting Saturday, December 23rd, which adds to our existing top to bottom skiing and riding from Summit Six, Roundhouse, Kangaroo, and Meadow Chairs. For all our little guests, be sure to sign up for our Christmas Eve Kids Race, an annual tradition at Alpine for kids ages 12 and under. The race is free and will start at 12:30pm, sign up at the Private lesson desk in the newly remodeled lobby. Passholders, remember you get 10% off in our retail sport shop and at our food court.
Alpine’s iRIDE rewards program is the ticket! Save $3 on lift tickets when you pre-purchase online, on your second visit through iRIDE, you’ll get a certificate for $10 off your third day! Sign up for iRIDE, it’s free.
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PARK CITY, Utah (Dec. 22) - The string of nine World Cup alpine podiums by five U.S. skiers in six days, including the first victory of their career for Olympic champion Julia Mancuso (Olympic Valley, CA) and Steven Nyman (Provo, UT), is unprecedented for the U.S. Ski Team.
U.S. Alpine Director Jesse Hunt pointed to the fact the podiums came across-the-board in all disciplines - slalom, GS, super G and downhill. "I think the momentum is definitely in our favor now, and it's showing. The athletes are feeding off each other now; when you're going 80 miles an hour [during stretches of a downhill], you need to have confidence and you need to believe. Our athletes have that little edge and confidence when their teammates are breaking through and doing well," Hunt said.
- Five different U.S. skiers, not one or two having a great series of results
- First World Cup wins for Steven Nyman (Provo, UT) and Olympic giant slalom gold medalist Julia Mancuso (Olympic Valley, CA), each of whom won in downhill
- Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO) earned her fourth and fifth podiums of the season, winning the second Val d'Isere downhill Wednesday after finishing third Tuesday in the first Val d'Isere downhill, as she moved past childhood idol Picabo Street with 18 World Cup podiums
- This is the first time that two U.S. women have stood on the podium together since Kildow and Mancuso went 2-3 in super G at Cortina, Italy, on Jan. 27, 2006. Kildow also doubled up with Caroline Lalive (Steamboat Springs, CO) with a 1-2 finish in downhill at Val d'Isere, France, on Dec. 17, 2005.
- Two-time Olympian Marco Sullivan (Squaw Valley, CA), who was sidelined two years after tearing ligaments in his left knee, missed his first podium by one-hundredth of a second, finishing fourth in the downhill Saturday, Dec. 16 in Val Gardena, Italy
- Miller's victory Wednesday in super G in Hinterstoder, Austria, was the 24th of his career, moving him closer to Phil Mahre and his U.S. mark of 27 World Cup wins
- After being stymied in Val Gardena for decades (two third-place finishes since the World Cup first came there in the 1969 season - Mike Lafferty in 1972, AJ Kitt in '92), U.S. men broke through for two wins in 24 hours
- As of Dec. 21, the U.S. men have three skiers ranked in the World Cup top 10 overall - Miller second, Ted Ligety sixth and Nyman 10th. The U.S. women have two - Kildow (fourth) and Mancuso (seventh)
Current U.S. podiums streak
1/SG - Val Gardena, ITA - Bode Miller
1/DH - Val Gardena, ITA - Steven Nyman
2/GS - Alta Badia, ITA - Bode Miller
2/SL - Alta Badia, ITA - Ted Ligety
1/DH1 - Val d Isere, FRA - Julia Mancuso
3/DH1 - Val d Isere, FRA - Lindsey Kildow
1/SG - Hinterstoder, AUT - Bode Miller
1/DH2 - Val d Isere, FRA - Lindsey Kildow
2/DH2 - Val d Isere, FRA - Julia Mancuso
Best previous U.S. podiums streak
1/GS - Aspen - Phil Mahre
2/SL - Waterville Valley - Tamara McKinney
1/GS - Vail - Phil Mahre
1/GS - Waterville Valley - Tamara McKinney
1/GS - Waterville Valley - Tamara McKinney
3/GS - Waterville Valley - Cindy Nelson
1/GS - Vail - Tamara McKinney
Dlolmite - Italy
Christmas is but a few days away. We all look forward excitedly to spending time with family and friends. For many it will be a Christmas spent on the slopes, enjoying the magic of the snow covered woods and the welcome of the mountain huts. These are the special moments we would like to share with you.
Kids at zero cost!”: this is ths slogan valid from 17th March to 10th/15th April 2007. In fact in this period board and lodging and the skipass are free for kids up to the age of 8 (born after 25th November 1998). For children up to the age of 12 there is a 50% reduction. And what’s more is that there are further reductions to be had on ski lessons and equipment hire.
Garmisch-Partenkirchen - GDR
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Big Sky - Montana
Snow showers continuing throughout the day
Adult lift tickets will be $59, youth (11-13)$29, and college rate will be $39. As always children 10 and under ski for free.
Mountain operations is continuing to open new terrain on almost a daily basis. The current list includes: Mr. K, Lower Morning Star, Calamity Jane, Lobo, Jay Walk, BRT Road, Black & Blue, Carpet Area, Loop Road, Lone Wolf, White Wing, Ambush, Moonlight, The Bowl, Never Sweat, Upper Morning Star, Turkey Traverse, Cron's Pocket, Fast Lane, Marx, the Big Couloir, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Gully, Powder Ridge Access,Buffalo Jump, Crazy Horse, Powder River,Rifle,Blue Moon, and a 10 feature beginner terrain park near the base area.
Snow day, folks! Sure we've had a bigger storm than
this, but this morning was what dreams are made of -
with the temp at a chilly 8 and easily fifteen inches by
8am, this snow is perfect. Did you hear me?? PERFECT!
Shhhh, and it's still snowing...
Welcome to winter my friends, today it's OFFICIALLY
here. Although we snowlovers have seemingly had
our winter since, well, September, if I remember
correctly, today marks the first actual day of winter.
And Ski Town USA® is welcoming it the right way!
The locals got up early, skipped work, called in their
powder clauses, and began howling like wolves
earlier than usual.
We started out with the lucky first chair on Storm
Peak Express, licking up a completely untracked
powder field on Storm Face, traversing over to
Cyclone: heavenly and up past my knees!!
OOOHOO, with some unnoticeable bumps
underneath we had no problem soaring like birds
skimming the sea's surface down this one. Too
nice to pass again, we looped back down for
another try, this time down Storm to the meadow
next to Four Points, and over to Hurricane. Ok,
these bumps were a little more to be reckoned
with!! But oh, so deep,
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Kelly Vanderbeek has Second Best Career Downhill Result
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