Kt-22 & Siberia OPEN
Photo: Squaw Valley ski Corp.// Looking Up Siberia Chair
Sadddle , moon dunes, Lift Line, Spofford's Ridge, Yellow Trails good stuff !
Please be aware that all operations are subject to change without notice.
Spring is alive at Squaw and we are enjoying the many great events and of course the fantastic spring conditions on the upper and lower mountain. This Sunday is KT-22's last day for this season so make sure you come out to pay your respect. The upper mountain will remain rockin' for skiing and riding through May 29th. Check out great upcoming events including our Cinco De Mayo Pool Party at High Camp this Friday and the Cushing Classic Pond Crossing, now scheduled for Saturday, May 13th.
MAY EVENTS AROUND LAKE Tahoe
The Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival features 39 nights of performances. The season pass gives you the choice to see two of our three productions. We are performing Othello, Twelfth Night or The Compleat Wrks of Wllm Shkspr (abridged). Your season pass also entitles you to attend a performance of Broadway on the Beach presented by the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra, 25th Anniversary John Lennon Memorial Concert, presented by Toccata, Così fan tutte presented by the Nevada Opera, Stars Under the Stars a Celebration of Dance & Music brought to you by the Sierra Nevada Ballet and An Evening with Leonardo da Vinci, a wonderful night of entertainment presented by Lake Tahoe Chautauqua, offering a unique opportunity to learn about the life and times of the genius from the renaissance period.
5/5: CINCO DE MAYO
5/5-7: Sammy Hagar & The Wabos
5/6: Carlos Mencia
5/6: Debbie Davies
5/12-14: Sammy Hagar & The Wabos
5/11: Ten Mile Ride
5/12: Joe Satriani
5/12-5/14: 3rd Annual Reno River Festival
5/12: Billy Currington
5/13: Richard Jeni
5/13: Bill Cosby
5/26: John Hiatt and Jackie Greene
5/27: Sugar Ray
5/28: George Clinton & The P-Funk All Stars
5/29: Evans Blue
from "Tahoe this week".com
Cortina - Italy
Sunday May 28th 2006:“Refundation day of the Schützenkompanie of Cortina d’Ampezzo”
According to the tradition of the ancient Tirol, also in Cortina the land’s defences depended by Volunteer Defence Corp, called the Schützen.
In Cortina The Schützen Company disappeared in the 1918, but since 1956 many groups are arisen, not to defend the land anymore, but to preserve the historical memory, traditions, and “folklore” as well !
That’s why on May 28th, it will be a special event to celebrate the rebuilding company. All the associations of the Schützen in the Alps will take part to the event. 1500 people dressing old tipical custums will bring 90 different flags from Corso Italia to the central Square, under the church for the High Mess. After at the Olympic ice stadium, typical dishes and entertainment.
Open to the Top !
It's a beautiful sunny spring day at Mammoth with morning temps in the mid 30s and daytime highs in the 50s. We're riding on 16 feet of machine-groomed and spring snow. Seven chairlifts are currently operating out of Main Lodge from top to bottom. These include: Broadway Express, Stump Alley Express, Facelift Express, Thunderbound Express, Discovery Chair and the upper and lower Panorama Gondola.
Main Park is going off right now -- be sure to check it out, whether it's a run through the jibs and jumps or a ride over in the gondola. Park skiers and riders are getting ready for Mammoth's biggest event weekend of the year -- it kicks off tomorrow on Cinco de Mayo!
Endless Winter Package - Yes
Record Snowfall at Mammoth means skiing will last until the 4th of July. These savings make your spring trip even sweeter. Prices start as low as $82 per person, per night.
Broadway Express 1 Open
Stump Alley Express 2 Open
Face Lift Express 3 Open
Thunder Bound Express 6 Open
Gold Rush Express 10 Open
and the Gondola to summit
access to Wipe out Chutes Drop out chutes, Daves Climax and ridgeline terrain
Timberline Lodge on Mt Hood ( Palmer Glacier )
Hooray! The wind is gone, the sun is shining, and the snow is here! Come make some turns on this beautifual day at Timberline Lodge and Ski Area.
Not ready to put away the skis or snowboard yet? Don't do it! At Timberline you can ski or ride all spring, and summer too!
Don't forget, Timberline and Ski Bowl have paired up to bring you a special deal. Receive 25% off your lift tickets purchase at either ski area simply by showing your current season pass!
Photo: Timberline Lodge
Info online for for COACHES: Summer Ski 2006 info and registration,
Timberline Lodge on Mt Hood
From Smow 365.com & Patrick Thorne our partner site
No Summer Skiing at Alpe d'Huez This Year
Alpe d'Huez has decided not to offer summer skiing this year and
not for the next few years due to the melting of the resort's Sarenne
"There is now a real problem with the glacier that is disappearing so
need to be really careful," said a resort spokeswoman. "It is not a
of lack of snow as we got a lot this winter, but a problem with the
itself. So the summer ski is stopped for this year and for years
do not know yet for how many years."
The spokeswoman added that there were plans afoot to do something to
the glacier, probably later this year, but that it was too early to
In previous years Alpe d'Huez has offered glacier skiing and boarding
early July June to the end of August (exact dates determined by snow
conditions). Accessed by the Pic Blanc, the lift-served summer snow
ranges in altitude from 2730 to 3330 metres. It is unusual for summer
glacier skiing to offer so much expert terrain. Alpe d'Huez was also
the few summer snow resorts to have offered cross country skiing on the
glacier, with 3 and 5km circuits attracting top class teams including
French National squad.
There is a growing list of former summer ski destinations including
and Bardonecchia in Italy and St Moritz and Verbier in Switzerland all
which no longer offer summer glacier skiing. Val d'Isere added snow
to its glacier in order to be sure to be able to offer summer skiing
year and plans to "see how it goes" according to a resort spokeswoman.
Winter Olympics Bid for India Could Be A Possibility
Development of a $300 million ski resort in India's Himachal Pradesh
could lead to the country, which will host the 2010 Winter Commonwealth
Games at Delhi and plans to use its current leading resort of Gulmarg
some events, putting in a bid to a host a future Winter Olympics.
The Himalayan Ski Village (HSV) resort planned by American billionaire
Alfred Ford's and his long term friend John Sims aims to be up and
by the winter of 2008-9, employing some 3,000 people directly and
more in the supply chain. The HSV board also includes Indian and other
investors. Along with being a world class ski resort the Himalayan Ski
Village will promote ecologically sustainable practices and organic
HSV will cover 100 hectares and offer top-end hotel and condominium
accommodation as well as shops, restaurants and a luxurious spa. There
also be a 2,000-capacity convention centre, a handicrafts market to
the work of local artisans and a theatre complex.
Local Terrain near the "Banana Chutes" , ..that's what he said!
Photo: Peter w/ Ski Himalaya //
Related info on Himalayan skiing & riding, have a look at
Closed for the weekend, Gone Skiing !