Habuka - Japan
Photos: Habuka Resort - Ms. Kae
General Information Annual Snow Fall : over 10 m
Open: Dec 3- May 7, 2006 Open Hours: 8:30 - 16:30
Lift Tickets Season Passes
Rentals Schools (ski/snowboard)
Event Schedule Day Care Centre / Kids Room
New Snow Overnight: 0 cm
Today's Settled Snow Depth: (base) 45 cm, (alpine) 109 cm
Top Elevation: 1,676 m Base(Ticket Centre): 820 m
Total Course Length:
14 Km+Hakuba Goryu & Iimori Vertical: 856 m
Longest Run: 6.4 Km (R-1)
32 hectares+Hakuba Goryu &
Total Runs: 23 named runs
SÖLDEN GLACIER SKI AREA
04.05.2006, 9:00 AM Glacier 3,249 m
Total Snow Depth 330 cm
Fresh snow since yesterday 0 cm
Day of last snow fall 29.04.2006
Top-to-bottom ski runs to Sölden closed!
Glacier Road open!
Latest Information Glacierroad is open!
SKI LIFTS IN OPERATION
No. Name of Lift Type of Lift Ski Area Open/Closed
30 4SK Rettenbachjoch 4-chair lift Glacier Ski Area
Spring skiing is happening! – come check it all out now through May 21st!
Starting Monday, May 1, Alpine Meadows moves to SPRINGTIME hours of operation: 8am to 1pm, daily. Have fun on the slopes!
$99 Spring Pass on Sale NOW! Buy a Spring Pass for just $99 and ski/ride the rest of the season any day! Passes are available to purchase at the resort or online today. All spring pass purchases are valid for a $99 credit toward a 2006/2007 adult full season pass too! They are going like hot-cakes, so grab one while they are still available.
Upcoming Spring Events:
Gates & Wakes May 6
Mad Cow Downhill May 13 ( a great event that is loads of fun
Snow Golf Tournament May 13
Pond Skim May 20
Closing Day May 21
>>Great Corn conditions; traverse to Estelle / Beaver Bowl, Sherwood in am if Open
Iceland Park Project
Since its conception in the summer of 2001 the Iceland Park Project’s impact has been phenomenal. Our inaugural camp in 2002 came out of nowhere on a shoestring budget and received more media coverage than any other European camp and since then IPP has gone from strength to strength especially with the help of our sponsor Nikita who have facilitated a huge improvement in our facilities. Run by three head shapers hailing from the legendary SPC55 Camps in Austria, IPP has proven it can deliver what it set out to do - namely to build a top quality park in a spectacular landscape, create a relaxed atmosphere where pros and guests ride together and to supply the snowboard media with unique and spectacular images. The following list of coverage is testament to just that. The 2005-06 winter is upon us and already IPP is featuring heavily in magazines and films around the world. The park itself is situated near to the top of the Snaefelles Glacier, reputed to be one of the seven ‘energy centres’ of the world!. A normal day up the hill at IPP involves a twenty minute van ride up the dirt road to the snowline. From there, depending on snow conditions, it is a five to ten minute hike or a short cat ride or sled tow to the main park area. Once in the park it’s a full hiking experience and as the park is never crowded this adds to the chilled and all-together atmosphere that IPP is all about Iceland Park Project
photo: Tash dude
Iceland Park Project
Saas-Fee This summer will once again see many of Europe's top freeskiers compete in the Allalin Snow Park and Skier Cross course on the Saas-Fee glacier in Switzerland North facing slopes Saas-Fee is the perfect location for the comp due to the north facing glacier, which keeps the snow in great condition and the safety standards high. For everything to do in Saas-Fee
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