Snow Alert, -Chamonix, Whistler - Blackcomb
Closed for the weekend, Gone skiing !
Freestyle Events in Lake Placid Canceled
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (Jan. 12) - Freestyle World Cup events scheduled for Jan. 19-20 in Lake Placid have been canceled because of unseasonable temperatures which prevented adequate snowmaking, the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association and International Ski Federation announced Friday.
Deer Valley Resort in Park City already had taken over an aerials event, which was held Thursday night; the two remaining events in Lake Placid were a moguls and an aerials contest. They will not be rescheduled in the United States, according to Annette Royle, USSA vice president of events.
"The Olympic Regional Development Authority has done everything humanly possible to try to prepare for the World Cups, but it's no secret the cold weather and snow were slow to arrive in the Adirondacks - and throughout the East, so regretfully we have to cancel these events," Royle said. "But there are indications of a weather patterns change and we have every confidence winter will be arriving in the near future, and ORDA will be able to stage the State Farm Snowboard Cup events March 10-11, as scheduled."
"Given the fragile nature of this season's weather, we mutually agreed to cancel the World Cup events," ORDA Director of Events Jim Goff said. "We were up against a short timeline to get the competition hills ready at the jumping complex [aerials] and Whiteface [moguls]. The irony in this situation is it's been snowing here this week, we've been making snow around the clock and our conditions are improving daily. But the window for preparation is just too narrow."
NBC will televise coverage Saturday Jan. 20 at 3 p.m. ET and Sunday Jan. 28 at noon ET from the Deer Valley Resort events. Versus (formerly OLN) will provide two hours of coverage Sunday Jan. 21 at 5 p.m. ET and two hours on Sunday Jan. 28, also starting at 5 p.m. ET.
The Jabra X-Jam Qualifiers return to Sugar Bowl this weekend January 12-14, 2007. Check out the action for the last open qualifier in the U.S. for Boardercross and Skiercross at the X-Games in Aspen. Great spectating is available from the Judah Lift or slopeside... or if you care to, entries are still available at www.globaleventmanagement.com.
Courchevel - France
From January 13th to 15th 2007, women will be competing in a round of the European Cup. And Courchevel will be especially backing its four young members of the Club des Sports: Anne-Sophie Barthet, Taina Barioz, Chloé Bernard-Granger and Tamara Vidoni.
The detailed programme of events is available from Courchevel Tourisme : +33 479 08 00 29
Everybody's delighted that the snow has arrived with the new year.
At the top of the slopes, skiers can enjoy 93 cm of snow. This will add to the existing blanket and make for some great skiing in the days to come!
Steamboat - Co
The Best in the Rodeo Business to Compete in the
33rd Annual Bud Light Cowboy Downhill!
Ski Town USA® welcomes back past and present rodeo champions from across North America for the 33rd Annual Bud Light Cowboy Downhill on Tuesday, January 16, 2007.
Top PRCA Cowboys and Pro Bull Riders complete with chaps and cowboys hats compete in a dual slalom, and the infamous Cowboy Stampede.
Spectators of all ages watch in amazement as many of these cowboys strap on skis for the very first time. Year after year, generations return to the Headwall trail, at the base of the ski area, to experience Steamboat’s own wild-west-cowboy action, the most unique ski rodeo in the world.
Jan. 9-13, 2007
Nickelodeon® & Steamboat Family Snow Festival
Jan. 12-15, 2007
2nd Annual All Mountain Adaptive Ski Camp
Jan. 13-16, 2007
33rd Annual Bud Light Cowboy Downhill
Jan. 13-16, 2007
New snow: 5"
Base Depth: 45" - 69"
Hours open: N/A
Park recut: 0
Open Lifts: 38
World’s Most Extensive
Snowmaking System at Killington this week and, combined with the 8.5
inches of natural snow, we’re up to 80 trails with the addition of
Needle’s Eye. Plus, we’re gunning to add more trails this weekend. Yep,
the three-day Martin Luther King Holiday Weekend is shaping up to offer
the best conditions on the most trails we have offered all season.
Plus, we’re watching the forecast for Sunday and Monday, which is calling
for potentially the biggest storm of the season!
MLK weekend getaway – act now, supplies are running out!
If you’re thinking of heading up here this weekend to sample the best
conditions of the season so far, act now because supplies are running
out – especially the choice properties! Also, we’re tossing in an
extra day of skiing if you book a three-day or more package. But, you
need to pick up the phone to book it and call call us at 1-800-621-MTNS.
Bud Light Party Train from NYC!
All Aboard! Sit back and let Amtrak do the driving on the Bud Light
Party Train departing New York City’s Pennsylvania Station Friday, Jan.
19 for a weekend of skiing/riding, parties and festivities at
Killington. On board you’ll experience live music, games, festivities and of
course Bud Light. Once you arrive at the end of the line at Rutland, VT,
jump on the bus and head straight to the Wobbly Barn to cap off the
evening! This two-person package includes two-day lift tickets, two
night’s lodging and round trip on Amtrak from New York City. These packages
are sold exclusively at Princeton Ski Shops , so visit them to start
your trip to Killington.
With all this snow and our skiing and riding season stretching right through to June, don't miss a chance to get out here this spring. The TELUS World Ski & Snowboard Festival promises to be another legendary 10-Day event (April 13-22, 2007), and snow conditions are in perfect shape to set up for spring skiing and riding.
June Mtn - Ca
Just last night we received 4 inches of fresh powder, and its still
snowing today. It's going to be a great weekend for having fun at June
Mountain.Are you looking to go hit the park? Mambo, Upper and Lower
Sunrise are open with lots of boxes, rails and jibs to choose from.This
coming holiday weekend be sure to arrive early if you need rentals or if
you're taking lessons. Holiday rates will apply January 13th, 14th, and
15th.We hope to see you at June Mountain this weekend!The June Mountain
Snow Report will be sent every Wednesday. We would like to apologize for
the delay this week.Would you like to receive June Mountain Snow
Reports? Subscribe now to get weekly info on Mammoth's sister Mountain.
Morning Temp : @ 6:00am -8
Skies : Snow
Winds : Calm
Daytime Temps : in the teens
Base Depth : 6 to 24 inches
Storm Total : 4 inches.
Today's Snowfall : 4 inches.
Surface Conditions : Fresh Powder,Packed Powder,Machine
For information: 800.MAMMOTH / 760.934.2571
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3819 Hwy 158 June Lake, CA 93529
Apex Mountain Resort remains one of the hidden gems of Canadian skiing. Located a short 30 minute drive from Penticton, BC, Apex is a full service destination resort with quality snow, great weather, incredible terrain, and friendly people. Apex being located in the heart of the Okanagan Valley, features the perfect mix between large amounts of precipitation and low humidity that makes for the lightest champagne powder snow imaginable. Smiles stretch from ear to ear, as locals and visitors alike hoot and holler amongst the glades & open terrain, leaving clouds of powder snow to lightly settle behind them. With an average temperature of -4º C, Apex receives about 600 cm of dry "Okanagan" powder each season
High Flying at Apex Mountain Resort -- PENTICTON, B.C. – Dmitri Dashinski of Belarus won the season-ending Freestyle FIS World Cup to snatch the season’s overall men’s aerials title from previous leader Kyle Nissen of Calgary.
The Winter/Spring Games are Coming!!!! -- February 24, 2006 -- Everyone is invited to Apex Mountain Resort in the sunny Okanagan from March 17th to 19th to watch the best Freestyle Skiers in the world compete in FIS World Cup action
World’s Best Freestyle Skiers Compete at 2006 Freestyle FIS World Cup Finals at Apex Mountain Resort -- Penticton, BC; Tuesday, March 14, 2006 -- The world’s top freestyle skiers, including 2006 Olympic Champions and 2005 World Champions, have started to arrive in Penticton, BC for this year’s Freestyle FIS World Cup Finals at Apex Mountain Resort
Register for the Freestyle FIS World Cup at Apex -- February 19, 2006 -- The FIS WC Finals for Half Pipe will be held as an Open competition, scheduled Friday March 17th, 2006. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association must register all athletes. Registrations for this event are due by Wednesday February 22nd.
New snow: 8"
Base Depth: 52"
KM Open: 5
Percent Skate: 5%
Percent Track: 5%
Notes: Jan. 13 - Jan. 13 -- Rail Jam Competition
Currently it is snowing from top to bottom. We have a temperature of 32
degrees at the base, 29 degrees at midway and 25 degrees at the top of
the mountain. The winds are currently 5-15mph with gusts to 20mph.
Total snowfall this season is 351" at the top of the mountain. We are
having an epic snow fall season so come and enjoy it! !
South side outer areas (high traverse, low traverse, and Max's) will
remain closed today. Patrol is working on opening North Face from
Chuck's gate down. Check the sign boards at the top of the tram and Chair 6
for up-to-date openings.
We do plan to operate Chairs 3, 4, 6, the Tram and both pony tows for
day skiing. Chair 6 will close around 4:15, depending on the light.
Chair 4 will close at 5:30. Chair 3 and the Tram will be open for day
skiing until 5:30. And for night skiing tonight we plan to run Chair 1,
3 and the Tram from 4:30pm to 9:30pm.
There is an extra night of night skiing this Sunday night with Chair 3
and the Tram open until 9:30.
For a full report of current conditions at Alyeska Resort please check
out our website at www.alyeskaresort.com or call 754-7669 (SKI-SNOW).
We'll see you here!! It's going to be another super fun day!! Please
DRIVE SAFELY on the Seward Hwy. today!!
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Bear Valley -CA
Mountain Adventure Seminars Info Booth - And next to our patrollers on Sunday, will be our friends from MAS! Learn more about avalanche awareness and backcountry tours. You can also enter to win a free Level 1 Avalanche Seminar! ($250 value).
Free Beacon Training & Contest - Our Patrollers will have an Open Door Policy this week at the Patrol Duty Stations located at Koala Top and Bear Top. Swing by to ask questions about avalanche transceivers. Also this week, beacons will be buried in the snow at both of these stations for some free beacon training. Come back on Saturday, January 20th, and enter our Beacon Search Contest! The first one to find a beacon will win a collapsible probe from Pieps!
BV Slopestyle & Sports Illustrated for Kids Next X Qualifier
Strut your stuff in this Slopestyle Comp! Open to everyone, this competitions includes a series of park features in our Big Shady terrain park. Register at the slope-side Special Events Shack on Sunday morning. Cost is $20 for ages 16+ and $15 for 15 and under
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