Colorado Snow Alert
Arapahoe Basin has received 12.00
inches of snow in the past 24 hours.
Last 24 Hours: 12.00
Last 3 Days: 12
Midway Snow Depth: 24
Summit Snow Depth: 26v
Temperature at 5:00am: 15
Percentage of Terrain Open 10
Number of Trails Open 3
Number of Acres Open 50
Number of Lifts Open 1 out of 6
New Core Daily Pass offers the convenience of a season pass without all the commitment.
It's perfect for folks who love Sugar Bowl, but can only make it up here a few times a year. With our new Core Daily Pass you pay as you go. Whenever you go. You get to skip the ticket lines and enjoy exclusive benefits of the Core Mountain Club. Plus you save $10 a day on your all day ticket! Nice.
Get more details. Get your pass now.
Sugar Bowl Core Pass
Homewood Mountain Resort would like to
offer a $99 Value Days Pass valid for the entire 2006-2007 winter season!
The Value Days Pass is good for all day skiing and snowboarding Monday
through Thursday, non-holiday for the entire season! We stop selling the
pass next Tuesday, October 31st, 2006.
Already have a season pass? Consider this your ?Powder Day? Insurance
Card! Homewood Mountain Resort is open when most other areas are on
wind-hold! Did I mention our tree runs? Talk about powder - get your
snorkel! So, you gotta hurry because quantities are limited, and will
vanish October 31st.
There are other types of passes on sale at these early season rates, and if
you want to upgrade to another pass, with even more skiing, please give us
All you have to do is check out our website
ICER AIR San Francisco
Event Date: Saturday, November 4, 2006
10:00 a.m. Doors Open
11:00 a.m Qualifier Open Session
1:00 p.m. Band #1 – Ladytron
2:00 p.m. Wakeboarding Exhibition
3:00 p.m. Women’s Big Air Competition
4:00 p.m. Skate & BMX Vert Demo
5:00 p.m. Band #2 – Jurassic 5
6:00 p.m. Men’s Big Air Competition
8:00 p.m. Awards Ceremony
9:00 p.m. VIP Pink Carpet Wrap Party
Event Description: ICER AIR is the first stadium big air ski and snowboard competition to be held in the United States . Continuing in the tradition of Icer Air 2005, Esurance ICER AIR is a unique and outrageous urban event that will break boundaries by bringing the snow from the slopes to San Francisco , merging urban and athletic communities with an exciting event.
On November 4 th , 20 of the most accomplished world class skiers and snowboarders, including Olympic medalists and X-Games champions will descend a 100 foot high ramp, covered with over 200 tons of snow. Ideal jumps will have riders flying 80-100 feet at heights of up to 20 feet. Jonny Moseley will be on hand to host and emcee the event.
ICER AIR will have a festival-like atmosphere, featuring the inaugural San Francisco Ski & Snowboard Festival and plenty of surprises throughout the day.
SF Ski & Snowboard Festival:
The inaugural SF Ski and Snowboard Festival, co-organized with Snowbomb.com, will feature the best gear from industry leaders such as Head Skis, Ride Snowboards, The North Face, and many others on the promenade level of the stadium. Every major ski resort from the Lake Tahoe area will be on hand with special promotions for Esurance ICER AIR attendees.
In addition, Lombardi Sports will be hosting a huge ski and snowboard sale at Scoreboard Plaza during the event with the latest and greatest ski and snowboard gear marked up to 50% off.
Ten professional skiers and ten professional snowboarders will compete for two grand prizes to be awarded to the top skier and top snowboarder, respectively.
There will be a total of three rounds, with each athlete completing one jump per
round; the lowest score will be dropped. Skiers and snowboarders will alternate jumps and jump order will be drawn randomly.
100 feet high
60 feet wide
350 feet long
200 tons of snow
LAKE LOUISE MOUNTAIN RESORT GETS COVERED IN SNOW
Famed Resort Ranked Among North America’s Best
Calgary, AB – October 25, 2006 – Lake Louise Mountain Resort is gearing up for the 2006/7 ski season. Snow fell at the resort on October 24th, and the on-mountain operations team are helping Mother Nature out with snowmaking on the mountai
About Lake Louise Mountain Resort
Lake Louise Mountain Resort
Lake Louise is part of the Resorts of the Canadian Rockies Inc. (RCR) family. RCR is the largest private ski resort owner/operator in North America, owning six ski resorts across Canada, including Lake Louise Mountain Resort and Nakiska in Alberta; and Fernie Alpine Resort and Kimberley Alpine Resort in British Columbia. RCR also owns and manages a number of hotels, backcountry lodges and golf courses, including Trickle Creek in Kimberley, and Wintergreen Golf and Country Club in Bragg Creek. RCR aims to provide each and every guest The Ultimate Experience.
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