Snow Alert, -Red Lodge Mountain,Beaver Creek
WHATS UP THIS WEEK AT JAY
A lift ticket. Lunch. One of those energy drinks. A 2 for 1 ticket to come back
While the start to winter may have sputtered, we’re only a few flakes away from kicking into an altogether different gear. 97% of our trails are open. All of our lifts will turn. And fresh snow (albeit no blizzard—just several inches) is in the forecast. 2 nights in a slopeside condo, 2 lift tickets and 2 sit down lunches in our International Room starts at just $299 pp/do
New Overnight Snow: 1
Snow Fall past 24hrs: 1.5
Snow Fall past 48hrs: 0
Base Snow Depth: 36-54
Surface Conditions: Machine Groomed, Variable Conditions with some fresh new snow on top.
Terrain Open: 100%
Lifts Scheduled to Open: Lone Peak Tram, Swift Current, Thunder Wolf, Ramcharger, Challenger, Iron Horse, Southern Comfort, Lone Peak Chair, Lone Moose, Explorer, White Otter, Shedhorn, Bear Back Poma, Mitey Magic Carpet, Magic Carpet, Pony Express, Cascade, Little Thunder
Test out your skills on the Super Pipe, Open today!
Check out our free live Après Ski Music today at The Carabiner and Whiskey Jack’s!
5:30pm, Face Painting in the Huntley Lobby
8pm, Yellowstone Slideshow – Amphitheatre
8-10pm, Kevin Fabozzi live at the Carabiner
8:30pm, Terry Stebins live at Chet's
Innsbruck & the Stubai Glacier
Innsbruck - The Winter Sports Capital, twice host to the Winter Olympics offers Old World history combined with some of the best ski mountains in the world
capital. The city works hard to maintain and improve its twin character as a top-class ski area and sophisticated urban center. Innsbruck, with its striking location at the foot of the Alps, offers winter guests a tempting choice of great skiing and snowboarding in six different areas.
As the ultimate winter Olympic venue, Innsbruck has hosted the world famous event twice based on an excellent variety of terrain and an impeccable infrastructure for skiers and non-skiers. The nearby village of Igls boasts the legendary men's Olympic downhill run, and stunning views of a picturesque Innsbruck below.
Free shuttle bus service links the various ski areas, and the "Super Ski Pass" is the skier's key to 310 miles (500 kilometers) of ski-able terrain and 200 lifts. The pass also covers the Stubai glacier, and even gives holders the option of excursions to St. Anton and Arlberg and Kitzbuhel.
Innsbruck is a living treasure house of history. Once an imperial capital, it embraces 800-year-old traditions adding to the authentic charm and elegance of the place. The city also has world class shopping, fine restaurants, and many sights from the historic "Golden Roof" to the fascinating Alpine Zoo.
For all people longing for the genuine winter sports fun, the Stubai Glacier is the optimum oppurtunity! On more than 50 kilometres of ski runs they may take their chance not only on intensive downhill skiing, carving and boarding, but cross-country skiing can be practised wonderfully on the alpine trail of a length of 4,5 km. 21 installations, among 4 cabin lifts, 6 chair lifts, 9 ski tows and training lifts and 2 magic carpets offer ski fans a trendous winter sports resort, and active athletes from all over the world a maximum skiing pleasure at 1.750 to 3.200 m above the sea level.
The new six person chairlift Fernau links the Fernau to the Gaißkarferner mountain. Snowboard freaks can find ideal conditions at the newly created "Boarder´s paradise" including Quarterpipes, Spins, Table Tops, Pro Jumps and a - 100 metres long - halfpipe . For carving fans there is a special run at Daunferner, regulated by a stoplight, where the feeling for bends can be experienced intensively. Two giant slalom runs and a high-speed run at Eisjochferner complete the offer for winter sports fans.
The adventurous and daring can be close to the "eternal ice" on the climber´s steps of the ice tower at Gamsgarten station, since this is an ideal training area for fans of climbing on ice. Every wednesday an introductory course climbing course takes place.
The Stubai Glacier funiculars pay a big deal of attention to the variety offered to the vacationer: starting at a professional gastronomic service, for example in the restaurant "zur Goldenen Gams" (the golden chamois), including dressing rooms and showers to sport shops with rental and storage options.
Seven Applicant Cities have entered the race to win the right to host the 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games: Sochi, Russia; Salzburg, Austria; Jaca, Spain; Almaty, Kazahstan;
PyeongChang, South Korea;
Sofia, Bulgaria and Borjomi, Georgia.
After Fedor Radmann stepped down from his position as CEO of Salzburg 2014 due to health reasons on Monday, 22 January 2007, Franz Klammer, the 1976 Olympic Downhill Champion and skiing legend, who was already serving as the leading Athlete Ambassador of Salzburg 2014, accepted the new role of Chairman International. After today’s executive meeting which was held in agreement with Heinz Schaden, the mayor of the City of Salzburg and Chairman of the Advisory Board of Salzburg 2014 and the Austrian Olympic Committee (ÖOC), the new role for Klammer will see him representing Salzburg 2014 at the international level.
A few good reasons to ski & ride Austria,...
The Weather is Better,
Unbelievable Vertical Drops,
There's More to Do
The Kitzbühel Ski Area has a white blanket waiting
skiing freaks, boarding fans and of course all those who prefer to cut a good figure on the mountain chalets
Corporation of public law
Hinterstadt 18 A-6370 Kitzbühel Austria
FUN-TASTIC SPORTING OPPORTUNITIES
Kitzbühel’s winter landscape offers you numerous opportunities to head for the ice and snow – even without skis! The most exciting possibilities can be found here.
LITTLE SKIING FANS + THOSE VERY FIRST TURNS IN THE SNOW
WIN A CHILDREN’S SKIING COURSE!
You now have the chance to win a children’s skiing course in one of the most famous skiing schools in Kitzbühel known as the Red Devils!
The numerous bars, discos and the Casino Kitzbühel make it literally impossible to get enough sleep during the night. And for those of you who fail to get tired, you have the best shopping opportunities in the Alps to keep you occupied during the day
To Race page: Hahnenkamm
The creator of the poster for the 67th Hahnenkamm Race is Armin Rainer. The native of St. Johann created a portrait using only three colours: white for snow, blue for the mountains and violet for the nightlife. "I purposely selected only three colours so that it would be distinguished from the countless other multi-coloured posters," explains Rainer and continues, "the Kitzbühel signature closely follows the city's skyline." Over the rooster's head, a stylised cockscomb can be seen and a racer is integrated in its body.
The poster campaign has been sponsored by the Bank für Tirol und Vorarlberg AG for over 15 years, in particular through its Kitzbühel branch, where the poster can be bought for 15€. The 2006 Poster earned a new record with earnings of € 4,890. Proceeds went to the promotion of young athletes by the K.S.C.
ARE, Sweden (Jan. 31) - Bode Miller (Bretton Woods, NH) has two titles to defend while Olympic giant slalom champion Julia Mancuso (Olympic Valley, CA) and Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO) will look to continue their white-hot racing as the 2007 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships open Saturday.
The first races are the men's super G Saturday and the women's super G Sunday. U.S. fans will be able to follow World Championships coverage live beginning Saturday. NBCSports.com and MediaZone.com will team up for live coverage of every race during the World Championships.
Miller, the reigning SG and downhill gold medalist from the 2005 Worlds, also leads the current World Cup super G standings after back-to-back victories in December in Val Gardena, Italy, and Hinterstoder, Austria. He also has two downhill wins and stands fourth overall, fifth in DH and sixth in giant slalom.
At the same time, both Mancuso and Kildow have won World Cup super Gs and have three victories apiece this season. Mancuso stands third overall in the women's points, second in downhill points, fourth in both SG and GS while Kildow is fifth overall, second in super G, third in downhill.
The Worlds schedule:
Saturday, Feb. 3 - Men's super G
Sunday, Feb. 4 - Women's super G
Thursday, Feb. 8 - Men's super combined (downhill, 1 run of slalom)
Friday, Feb. 9 - Women's super combined
Saturday, Feb. 10 - Men's DH
Sunday, Feb. 11 - Women's DH
Tuesday, Feb. 13 - Women's giant slalom
Wednesday, Feb. 14 - Men's giant slalom
Friday, Feb. 16 - Women's SL
Saturday, Feb. 17 - Men's SL
Sunday, Feb. 18 - Team event (two men, two women, one run each of DH and slalom)
"That course should be all right for us," Men's Head Coach Phil McNichol said. "We haven't raced on it a lot, but it's got plenty of terrain and will be a solid challenge if the weather and snow surface are good. And they got a good dump of snow recently, so we're hopeful...
"We've got guys ready to go in the speed events - Bode and Steven Nyman [Provo, UT] clearly are skiing well in speed, and we've got some others who have been stepping up and are ready for a real breakthrough. Anything's possible."
Women's Head Coach Patrick Riml echoed his colleague's optimistic outlook heading to the championships.
"We've got at least two girls challenging in all the events - Julia and Lindsey are confident, they've gotten some rest after this past weekend in San Sicario [where Kildow won and had second- and fourth-place finishes and Mancuso was fifth in downhill and eighth in the SGs] and they're ready. They'll both be challenging in downhill and super G and super combi, Julia's the Olympic GS champion and Lindsey will be strong in slalom.
Red Lodge Mountain
January 31, 2007
Base Area Snow Base: 24“
24 Hours: 5-6”
Summit Snow Base: :39“
Conditions at 6 AM: 7 degrees, winds 7mph from the SW, snowing
Forecast: 20 degrees, winds from the NW up to 18mph. More snow expected the rest of the day and tonight with a low of 6 degrees.
Open Lifts: 6 of 8 Lifts! Willow Creek, Miami Beach, Triple Chair, Grizzly Peak and the Mighty Mite. Coal Creek is open!!!
Trails:39 trails This week! WE HAVE OPENED LAZY M, FACE OF M, CHICKEN TRAIL, BARRIERS, LYNN’S RUN, LITTLE TREE, LITTLE FOREST, LODGE TRAIL! IN COAL CREAK: HELLROARING TRAVERSE, HELLROARING, SLUICE BOX, LATIGO, AND COAL CHUTE.
Surfaces: Powder with some machine groomed snow. Base of 39 inches.
Events: The highly anticipated Winter Carnival is fast approaching and this year’s theme is Cartoon Capers! Register now for our famous Cardboard Classic online at redlodgemountain .com, the fun begins February 23rd! Special ski and stay packages starting at $65 per person/per day available through February 16th! Call our Central Reservations department today at 800.444.8977 or 446.3900 for details.
Even with the mild temperatures, 90% of all skiing-runs in the entire Dolomiti Superski region are perfectly prepared and allow a great skiing enjoyment. All skiing-connections and skitours – Sellaronda included – are open. With the nice weather and the mild temperatures skiing is even more enjoyable
Discover how many lifts you have used, the distances and difference in altitudes covered on the slopes. In this way the winter sport enthusiast can keep a record of his or her performance throughout the season
Fantastic powder slopes can be found in all 12 Dolomiti Superski resorts, such as the Mittagstal, Pordoi Scharte, Cristallo, Chedul Tal. The best days are after fresh snowfall. Be the first to sweep down the slope. Powder swirling through the air; ploughing over a white blanket of glittering snow. However, freeride also requires to be considerate and careful as well as to take responsibility: always catch up on the weather forecast as well as the avalanche report; make use of the right safety equipment (avalanche transceiver, sensor, shovel and thermo-blanket), if possible go with an expert mountain or ski guide. For your own safety and that of others never go down too close to the edge of a ski slope, through natural parks or when there is a danger of avalanches. Our advice for your safety is to study carefully the avalanche report before your freeride day.
Forum Snowboards is hosting their popular Youngblood amateur contest series.
The only rule is that you are under the age of eighteen.
Each Youngblood Snake Session will be hosted by a different Forum pro. So get out there and show 'em what you've got. Winners will receive a ton of Forum gear, a checkout (interview and photos) on Forum's website and the possibility of being invited to join the Forum Youngblood team!
The 2007 Forum Youngblood Snake Sessions schedule includes the following dates, resorts and host riders:
01/27 – Mt. Seymour, BC, Canada – Host: Devun Walsh
01/28 – Summit-at-Snowqualmie, WA – Host: Peter Line w/ Cobra Dogs
02/11 – Ski Roundtop, PA – Host: Eddie Wall
02/17 – Waterville Valley, NH – Host: Pat Moore
02/24 – Appalachian Mountain, NC – Host: Travis Kennedy
02/24 – Mt. Avilla, QC, Canada – Hosts: Jake Blauvelt & Nic Sauve
03/04 – Boyne Highlands, MI – Hosts: Stevie Bell & Peter Line
03/10 – Bear Mountain, CA – Hosts: JP Walker & Lauri Heiskari w/ Cobra Dogs
03/17 – Sierra-at-Tahoe, CA – Hosts: Travis Kennedy, Jake Blauvelt & Niko Cioffi w/ Cobra Dogs
03/24 – Mt. Saint Louis Moonstone, ON, Canada – Host: Devun Walsh
From Harbin Snow & Ice Festival, China
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.