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Snow Alert -Alyeska, Vermont , New York , Maine

The east coast is getting hammered!

Monterosa - Italy
With today the sciistica season Monterosa Ski is concluded We hope the snow it is plentiful and it arrives in advance payment.. The appointment is on situated of the comprensorio with all the advances month for month...

Alagna, spring ski From Saturday 21 You open them the systems of Alagna reopen for the last spring reductions

Public Invited to Live Broadcast Tuesday, 5-8 a.m.
Snowbird, Utah – One of the nation’s highest-rated morning shows and its affable weatherman, Al Roker, will broadcast live from Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort Tuesday, April 17, between 5 and 8 a.m.
The Today Show’s live broadcast will feature the Wasatch Adaptive Sports program and several of its participants including Marc-Andre Belliveau, a big mountain skier who appeared in numerous ski movies and magazines before being paralyzed from the waist down in a ski accident one year ago. Belliveau is skiing again using a sit-ski and instruction from Wasatch Adaptive Sports.
The public is invited to watch the live broadcast beginning at 5 a.m. at Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort’s Chickadee ski hill and the Snowbird Center Plaza Deck. Hot chocolate and coffee will be served on the Plaza Deck. The show will air live on the East Coast beginning at 7 a.m. and will run on KSL channel 5 beginning at 7 a.m. MST.
Parking for the Today Show taping will be at Snowbird Entry 2 six miles up Little Cottonwood Canyon.

Wasatch Adaptive Sports is a non-profit educational foundation providing outdoor recreational activities for children and adults with special needs. Established by Peter Mandler in 1977, Wasatch Adaptive Sports reaches 1,800 participants through its year-round programs.
Information about Wasatch Adaptive Sports can be found at www.wasatchadaptivesports.org.

Red Envelope

Snow last night and this morning piled up about 12-14 inches deep everywhere from about mid-mountain and higher, and we've had another two inches of snow and sleet mixed in on top of that. Forecast are calling for a change back to mostly snow by late this afternoon, with as much as 16 more inches expected at higher elevations by Wednesday.

Groomers will be out on limited terrain again tonight, and we have the same four lifts scheduled to run tomorrow - SuperQuad, Double Runner West, Spillway East, and #3 T-Bar - winds and weather permitting.

We've got 100 percent of our terrain open here at the Loaf, including some great skiing on the Backside and Frontside snowfields. Check out some video of last Friday's powder for a little taste.

Sugarloaf/USA’s fabled Backside Snowfields to open in time for the biggest party in ski country. In addition to the Snowfields, 133 of Sugarloaf’s 134 trails are now open with some of the best April skiing in recent history. Sugarloaf’s Snowfields are the East’s only lift-serviced, above treeline terrain and offer an experience that is often compared to high alpine bowl skiing. The experts-only steep, wide open expanse of the Backside makes it some of the most unique terrain in East. This weekend is Sugarloaf’s annual Bud Light Reggae Festival and features 10 of the biggest names in reggae on four stages inside and outside all weekend long. Friday night’s concert features Barrington Levy, who is considered to be Jamaica ’s #1 singer. Saturday night, America ’s top reggae artist, John Brown’s Body, leads the all-star line up on the main stage. Sugarloaf’s boundary-to-boundary policy allows skiing throughout the Backside Snowfields including named routes such as High Rigger, Hard Tack, and Pure Heat. Front Face Snowfield trails such as White Nitro Extension, which is groomed regularly, Powder Keg, Bubblecuffer Extension, and Winter’s Way Extension are also open with excellent natural snow surfaces.

The Backside Snowfields is a wilderness experience that should only be attempted by the most skilled skiers and riders. Sugarloaf’s Ski Patrol asks those who have never experienced the Backside to stop by the summit building for tips on the most navigable way down.
All this in a foot of fresh powder on Reggae Weekend. It just doesn't get any better.

Valle Nevado
FIS World Cup in Snow-covered Valley We have the excellent news to tell them that Snow-covered Valley will be again host of the Glass of the World of Snowboard. The competition will be made during the month of September and we will count on the participation of the best exhibitors of the world of this sport. We waited for your visit and that benefits of this great event. "Latitude 42 North Air Assault" During the first weekend of March was made in Hunter Mountain Ski Resort in New York, the event Latitude 42 North Air Assault supported by Telemet.


Look for a new lift at Crystal Next season. Despite massive Dumps sad to say Crystal is closed !


Mt Hood Timberline Lodge

People have been enjoyingdownloadable 2-for-1 coupons for skiing and lunch in the Cascade Dining Room so much over the past month, we are making them available to you on more than just Tuesdays. Starting today, 2-for-1 coupons are valid Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday every week in March. Click here to visit our coupon page and download your way to fun savings!
Spring Session 2007 Is Just Around The Corner
This spring we're unveiling the new Spring Session 2007 Pass. For just $199, you get a full pass valid from March 31st to May 28th. We'll be operating 7 days a week during this time frame -- something other areas on the mountain can't promise. And as an added bonus, if you buy this pass now, we'll also let you use it week days (Monday-Friday) up until March 31st. Click here to learn more about this pass, other great ticket options, and all the events we having going on at Timberline this spring.
Upcoming Events
April 29th - The BoneZone Banked Slalom #3

... and say Hi to Bruno !


Glacier 3000 -Ch

Su For the skiing enthusiasts, the Dôme skilift and the snowpark open mid-October (depending on snow conditions)


on the flip side,....
Cardrona- New Zealand
2007 Season Pass Prices
Cardrona Season Passes in 2007 have two new developments. Firstly a discounted price for Cardrona 2006 season pass holders who purchase a 2007 early bird season pass by March 15, 2007. Secondly the season pass will provide significant discounts in other ski resorts in Wanaka, Canterbury, Ruapehu, Italy, Argentina and Colorado.
Cardrona season pass prices for those season passes purchased by March 15 are Adult $490, Student $490, Child $110, and 60-74 years $220. Last year’s (2006) season pass holders receive a loyalty discount of $20 for Adults and Students, $5 for Children and $10 for Veterans. Passes can be purchased and forms downloaded on the Cardrona website, cardrona.com, from Monday, 19th February.


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