Snow Alert For Whistler BC
Snow alert for Tahoe basin down to Mammoth Mountain
Snow In Washington
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Silverado surprised us Monday with its winter opening. We can look forward to many more fresh and fun days enjoying her steep terrain, bowls and cliffs that make this area so special.
Squaw Valley has been receiving some small storms over the past couple days leaving us with 6 inches of new snow this morning and more forecast through Saturday. This weekend we have fun activities for the entire family including snow tubing, ice skating, rock climbing walls, the Sky Jump and all the dining and world-class shopping you can handle.
THIS WEEKEND AT SQUAW
FRIDAY: Sam Adams Humane Society Benefit & Party. 7pm at Bar One. Pets available for adoption.
FRIDAY: Craig Beck's Day Dreams DVD Release Party at Zenbu. $5. 8pm.
SATURDAY: The original Apre Ski Party at Bar One 4-7pm. DJs, drink specials and much more.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY:Live apre music in the Village with Jeff Jones 2-4pm FREE weather permitting
Squaw Valley got KT?
5 inches of dry, light snow in 24 hours, 7 inches in the past 48 hours.
Date: Friday, January 27, 2006
Weather: It has been snowing throughout the nite and is expected to stick around today!
Base Temperature: 24 degrees
Base Snow Depth: 73 inches
Base New Snow Fall 24hrs: 5 inches
Base Snow Fall 48hrs: 7 inches
Summit Temperature: 18 degrees
Summit Snow Depth: 111 inches
Summit New Snow Fall 24hrs: 5 inches
Summit New Snow Fall 48hrs: 7 inches
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Cortina d'Ampezzo- Italy
Weather conditions Mostly sunny, slightly cloudy
Temperature top 09:00 -14
Temperature base 09:00 -9
Depth of snow top 100
Depth of snow base 40
Last snowfall 1 January 2006
Wind force gentle breeze (gale force 3)
wind direction north
Conditions slopes Powdery, corn snow
Cortina D'Ampezzo Welcomes The Olympic Torch Relay
On day 48 of the Torino 2006 Olympic Torch Relay, the Olympic flame has reached the town of Cortina d’Ampezzo. Tomorrow, the Olympic flame will continue its journey by travelling to the town of Merano.
From the 18th to the 29th of Jan.06 the Olympia slope will be closed due to the Alpine World Ski Cup. Not to be missed the celebration of the 1956's Olympics from 19th to 26th January.
Cortina d'Ampezzo Dolomiti Organization
U.S. Ski Team Day
Did you know that Feb. 10-11 is U.S. Ski Team Day? Visit a participating local resort to kickoff the Olympics and help support the Team. Simply click usskiteamday.com to find a resort near you. You'll get a free U.S. Ski Team Day pin just for skiing!
Great discount on Olympic Pin
The 2006 Olympic Pin features the famous U.S. Ski Team shield, the team's Best in the World! mantra and the five Olympic rings. As a special offer to Members, we'd like to offer you $5 off the pin (in addition to your 10% Membership discount). Use coupon code PIN1017 at checkout. Thanks for supporting the Team
IOC news release
Torino 2006 set to break Olympic Winter Games broadcast records
The Torino 2006 Olympic Winter Games are expected to be the most watched Winter Games in history, according to a pre-Games broadcast report commissioned by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and prepared by Sports Marketing Surveys. Increased free-to-air coverage in Africa and Asia will see the number of countries and territories broadcasting the Games rise from 160 for the 2002 Salt Lake Games to 200 for Torino 2006. Moreover, new media initiatives, including the first-time use of mobile telephony, will offer sports fans greater choice of viewing experience.
The report indicates that 84 per cent of broadcasters (responding to the pre-Games survey) will increase coverage of the Games; two-thirds will increase their live coverage; one third will increase their prime time coverage; and almost one third will be using new innovative broadcast techniques.
Hours of coverage:
NBC’s 416 hours of broadcasting in the United States will include the most live coverage across the most platforms of any Olympic Winter Games, including the Salt Lake Games, and include the most high-definition availability of any Olympic Games.
Mammoth Mountain Ca.
The storm expected to roll in today looks like it's going to hold out
until tomorrow. We should see clear skies for most of the day with
gusty winds and temperatures in the 20s and 30s. Wind and weather
permitting, we are expecting all lifts to operate with the exception of 7, 20
With a 12-14 foot base and 144 inches of new snow this month, January
has been epic! There are great deals every midweek with rockin' events
to go along. We'll be hosting a scavenger hunt on the mountain next
Thursday, February 2nd with first prize being a 2006/2007 Mammoth Season
Pass. Now that would be EPIC!
Main Lodge Temp : 18.6 degrees
Skies : clear
Winds : gusty
Daytime Temps : 30s
Base Depth : 12-14 feet
Olympiv venues revisited
In 1984, the Winter Games took place in a Socialist country for the first and only time. The people of Sarajevo gained high marks for their hospitality, and there was no indication of the tragic war that would engulf the city only a few years later. Skier Jure Franko brought joy to the host nation by earning Yugoslavia’s first Winter Olympics medal : a silver in the giant slalom. Marja-Liisa Hämäläinen won all three individual cross-country races for women. In speed skating, Gaétan Boucher and Karin Enke each won two gold medals. Biathlete Eirik Kvalfoss earned a complete set of medals. Twin brothers Phil and Steve Mahre took first and second place in the slalom. The highlight of the figure skating competitions was the free dance performance of Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean. Their interpretation of Ravel’s Bolero earned across-the-board perfect scores for artistic impression.
Homewood Mountain Resort
From Lake Tahoe's west shore
We still have a small and very limited number of $99 Value Day passes left, but they won't be around much longer. Don’t miss this great opportunity to become a part of the Homewood family! You can purchase your pass in person at the guest services office, over the phone at 530.525.2992
Jan 28th - Sierra League - Slalom
Jan 29th - Sierra League - G.S.
Feb 2-3 - Women's Edventures
Feb 4-5 - Women's Edventures
Feb 4th - Open League - Clinic
Feb 11th - Singles League - G.S.
Feb 12th - Tahoe League - G.S.
Feb 14th - Lovers Cup Race
Feb 18-20 - Presidents Weekend
Homewood Mountain Resort
on Lake Tahoe's west shore
…No snow alert from pyrénées... but good weather for Freeride film festival...
Good jury: Isabel MIR, bruno Compagnet, Serge Vitelli, Bernard Crépel, ivan Killich, greg Poissonnier for skiers and snowborders... Good movies with big production and homemade movies...
The results :
Flocon du Meilleur Film 2006 / best movies : the Tangerine Dream
Flocon de la Meilleure Prise de Vue 2006 / best shooting : White Shine
Flocon du Meilleur Rider 2006 : Candide Thovex in Pull Up
Flocon du Prix Spécial du Public 2006 « La Dépêche du Midi » et « La Nouvelle République » : White Spirit (pyreneen freeride)
Flocon de l’Esprit Freeride 2006 / freeride spirit : Un millième des Alpes ( alps freeride)
While waiting for the snow...
Ski Movie with no name.He's working on it !
The Laisinant Express : a brand new way to get to the slopes. 33 years after the opening of the Iseran sector, the resort now boasts another brand new access to the slopes from an area which had never been equipped with a lift. A new detachable 6 seater chair lift will be inaugurated in December 2005. Its cost : 4.3 million €. This chairlift will take on some of the central Solaise Express traffic. Skiers staying in the Laisinant area can use this lift to get to the Fornet and Solaise sectors. After having skied the fabulous L or Mattis runs, no need to take the free shuttle to get back to the slopes. Environment is also taken into account. The commune of Val d’Isère has signed an agreement with the National Alpine Botanic Conservator in order to make an inventory of all protected species and to ensure their replanting if necessary. The agreement signed between the STVI and the Vanoise National Park makes provision for the counting of the royal eagles and black grouse nesting within proximity of the lift over the next 7 years.
Host to the Albertville Olympic events
Olympic venues revisited SAPPORO 1972
XI Olympic Winter Games
The 1972 Sapporo Games in Japan were the first to be held outside Europe or the United States. The subject of amateurism stirred controversy when skier Karl Schranz was banned for receiving payment from ski product manufacturers, but full-time ice hockey players from Communist nations were allowed to compete. Galina Kulakova of the USSR won all three cross-country skiing events for women. Ard Schenk of the Netherlands took three golds in speed skating. In Alpine skiing, little-known Marie-Thérès Nadig of Switzerland won both the downhill and the giant slalom. Norway’s Magnar Solberg won the 20km race to become the first repeat winner in an individual biathlon event. Before the Sapporo Games, Japan had never won a gold medal in the Winter Olympics, but in the normal hill ski jumping event, three Japanese jumpers, led by Yukio Kasaya, swept the medals.
Zakopane is a charming town at the foot of Tatra Mountains. Zakopane is situated in southern Poland. It's a city with almost 30 000 inhabitants situated at 800 meters above sea level. The best place for skiing, snowboarding and mountains clibing (what's more cheap). You can buy there some souvenirs from highlanders, including famous cheese "Oscypek". It's a very nice town with its own history and culture .
Not to forget, ...the photo above is from Ski Dubai. Dubai is the newest
Indoor snow dome. Hit the link located in the snow domes section of Endless Winter to learn more OR
have a look at Snow 365 Patrick T. over in the UK follows the indoor snow scene globally and we share info about dry slopes and snow domes.
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Closed this weekend 1/28-29/ 2006
Gone skiing !