Snow Alert, -Beaver Creek
Closed for the weekend, Gone skiing !
SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP
BARDONECCHIA, Italy (Feb. 2) - Olympian Tyler Jewell (Sudbury, MA) earned a career best World Cup result Friday, finishing sixth in the first parallel giant slalom since the World Championships. Chris Klug (Aspen, CO) also made the 16-man final, finishing 15th on the 2006 Olympic hill. U.S. Snowboarding's Michelle Gorgone (also Sudbury) was eighth.
Jewell, who was 11th in his Olympic debut last February, has been riding very strong in PGS lately finishing sixth at the World Championships last month and also owns victories both U.S. Snowboarding Race to the Cup events this season.
"It was a great hill, things didn't really go that well in training, but I put it together and it won't be long before I crack the podium," said Jewell. "My confidence was pretty low in qualifying because I was having a tough time with the snow, but once your in the final, it's anyone's game."
After qualifying 10th, Jewell moved past Austrian Andreas Prommegger in the first round before falling just short to Heinz Inniger of Switzerland in the quarterfinal, the eventual third place finisher. Swiss rider Roland Haldi won followed by Nicolas Huet of France.
"Prommegger had me by a little bit in the first run of finals, but I stuck to my guns and my wax tech Christian [Schmidl] nailed it. It came right down to the final gate with him and that's always exciting. I think I could have had Innigger, but it's only a matter of time. It's cool that this team is getting the support it needs to be successful and I fell like we're all on track for Vancouver."
For Gorgone, who has had a rough early season, today's final is a boost of confidence as she made short work of German Amelie Kober in the first round. She then beat Fraenzi Kohli of Switzerland in the first run of quarterfinals by .08 seconds, but a few slips in the second run bumped her from the ladder. Kohli would move on to win the race ahead of Austrians Heidi Neururer and Doresia Krings.
"It was a cool day, very sunny, with the entire team cheering at the bottom of the hill and that always helps. Steve [Persons, head coach] was up top and I've been working with him a lot lately so it's good to have him to calm you down in the start and give you an ego boost before each run," said Gorgone, a 2006 Olympian.
The Team now moves into a busy month with events scheduled for Russia, Japan and Korea over the next three weeks.
SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP
Bardonecchia, ITA - Feb. 2, 2007
Men's PGS (16 make final)
1. Roland Haldi, Switzerland
2. Nicolas Huet, France
3. Heinz Inniger, Switzerland
4. Simon Schoch, Switzerland
5. Izidor Sustersic, Slovenia
6. Tyler Jewell, Sudbury, MA
15. Chris Klug, Aspen, CO
17. Justin Reiter, Steamboat Springs, CO
25.Zac Kay, Mount Shasta, CA.
32. Adam Smith, Bend, OR
Women PGS (16 make final)
1. Fraenzi Kohli, Switzerland
2. Heidi Neururer, Austria
3. Doresia Krings, Austria
4. Svetlana Bodikova, Russia
5. Carmen Ranigler, Italy
8. Michelle Gorgone, Sudbury, MA
27. Lindsay Lloyd, Centerville, UT
32. Erica Mueller, Steamboat Springs, CO
For complete results:
Inches Falls At Mid-Mountain In Past 48-Hours Results
In 52-Inch Base
Nearly 15.5 Feet (186 Inches) Of Champagne Powder
Snow Has Fallen This Season
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, CO-February 1, 2007-With
Groundhog Day tomorrow, Steamboat is betting on six
more weeks of winter if today’s weather is any indication.
A winter storm brought the resort over a foot of snow at
mid-mountain in the past 48 hours and snow continues to
SNOW is in the forecast for Friday and into the
end of the week, but in the meantime the World's
Most Extensive Snowmaking System is making snow
on Bittersweet, Outer Limits and Superstar so
check them out for fresh snow Friday!
Plus, we're grooming 71 trails, including Lower
Wildfire, Double Dipper and Downdraft!
Construction on the 430-foot long Superpipe is
coming along - check the status here on our new
Superpipe WebCam - and is scheduled to open
Kids Rule ADVENTURE Week, presented by
Nickelodeon continues with the Fun Slalom at 1
p.m. on Snowshed Slope, followed by the awards
party at Ramshead Lodge at 3 p.m. with SpongeBob
SquarePants and Dora the Explorer. Upcoming
Events: Jan. 26-Feb. 4: Nickelodeon Kids Rule
Feb. 9: U.S. Ski Team Day
Feb. 18: Dead Presidents' Rail Jam, presented by
Dolomiti Region - Italy
02.02. – 11.02.2007 - Biathlon World Cup in Anterselva
02.02.2007 - XXX People’s Cross Country Dobbiaco-Cortina - Dobbiaco
11.02.2007 - Carnival with the paragliders on the Seceda (Ortisei/Val Gardena
16 skiing tours will lead you on a variety of skiing trips through the 12 skiing-regions of the Dolomiti Superski Resort. Choose your favorite tour and pick up for each singular tour a map at the skipass offices. We recommend to get the Dolomiti Superski skipass that covers the entire ski-tours-area.
Alyeska - Alaska
MOUNTAIN OPEN When was the last time you skied or snowboarded during a record snowfall? Alyeska Resort is on track to become one of the first ski resorts to reach the 500" benchmark for snowfall this year. The mountain is open 7 days a week with weekend night skiing. For up-to-date snow and mountain conditions or more information call SKI-SNOW or visit our Snow Report.
GLACIER TUBING PARK Glacier Tubing Park will be open every Saturday from 11:00 am to 9:30 pm, and Sunday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm with 1 1/2 hour long sessions. For more information visit Glacier Tubing Park.
SEVEN GLACIERS LOUNGE now Open from Noon to 5:00pm Saturdays & Sundays for cocktails ONLY. This is in addition to normal winter hours of operation. Sit back and relax 2,300 ft above sea level at the Award winning Seven Glaciers Restaurant.
WINTERFEST 2007 This coming weekend! Alyeska Resort, KWHL 106.5, MIX 103.1 and Pepsi bring you Winterfest 2007 February 2 - 4. Friday come enjoy the Glacier Tubing Park, Chevrolet of South Anchorage Town League Races, and the kickoff party sponsored by KWHL 106.5 featuring live music by "Woodrow" and "The Affected" from 9:00pm - 2:00am at the Sitzmark. Saturday get ready for a full day of exciting activities for the entire family including Mountain Dew Fast Tracks, Demo Day by World Cup Sports FREE Event with 2007-2008 Gear, Pepsi Secret Skiers, Kid's Zone, Arctic Airwalkers Paragliding Exhibition, Coast Mountain Bike Slalom, ASC Masters Slalom, Challenge Alaska Charity Auction, Mix 103.1 party featuring live music from "Tranquilla" at the Sitzmark topped off with a one-of-a-kind Fireworks display. The fun continues Superbowl Sunday with the game televised on every TV in The Hotel Alyeska, Superbowl 2-for-1 Lift Ticket Celebration, and Big Alaska/USASA Half Pipe Competition.
PETER GLENN-BURTON BUS Looking to save some money on gas? The Peter Glenn-Burton Bus is the fix you've been looking for. Buses travel to and from Anchorage and Eagle River. Roundtrip tickets from Anchorage to Girdwood are only $14. One-way transportation $10. Tickets can also be purchased at the Daylodge or at Peter Glenn Ski & Sport. To view the bus schedule visit Peter Glenn-Burton Bus. Dates and times are subject to change.
Coming soon TELEPALOOZA 2007 March 2-4, SPRING CARNIVAL 2007 & THE 30TH ANNUAL SLUSH CUP April 21-22.
Stowe - Vt
Winter is in full swing at Stowe Mountain Resort! With over 3 FEET OF SNOW in the last few weeks, we’re skiing and riding on GREAT packed powder conditions that are certainly the best of the season, and arguably the best in the East. 2-4" of fresh snow has fallen in the last 24 hours, and forecasts call for a chance of some snow each day through the weekend.
Lots of TRAILS! Lots of SNOW! Lots of FUN to be had in Stowe! Click for more info...
It is very much a white winter in Northern Vermont! We have fantastic conditions up here!
Calgary, AB – February 1, 2007 – Kimberley Alpine Resort recently hosted its Junior Freeski competition, the first of its kind at the Resort, and the first of the 2007 RCR Junior Freeski Series. The event attracted youth between the ages of 7-16 from Western Canada and the Northwestern US for the competition.
The event provided the opportunity for families to share in the excitement of the sport of freeskiing, with a number of categories featuring multiple entries with siblings. Further, competitors and their friends and families celebrated Saturday evening where they reviewed video footage of the day’s events at a Freeski Popcorn Party.
The girls’ category winners of the two-day event included: Shannon Gunning, ages 7-11 category; and Megan Gunning, ages 12-15 category. For the boys, first place went to Jack Iles, ages 7-11 category; North Parker, ages 12-15 category; and Michael Saunders, ages 16-18 category
The competitors took on a long course on runs Fuzzy and Flush on the backside of Kimberley Alpine Resort. Sixty competitors took part in the event.
The next Junior Freeski Event will take place at Lake Louise Mountain Resort with the Lake Louise Junior Big Mountain Challenge. February 17–18, 2007. Registration is live at www.skircr.com/compete, and filling fast. The event entry fee is $50, and competitors also receive 20% off lift tickets for the event dates. Helmets are mandatory. The Fernie Junior Freeski will take place on March 10 and 11. There will be a combined category prize for competitors that participate in all three events.
The real thrill of Niseko, off piste skiing. Enjoy the natural powder snow
At the [nisekoannupuri] international ski site, from this season, the season ticket 50 hour tickets 30 hour tickets [toku] of customer limitation of purchase service was begun to the customer of season ticket 50 hour tickets 30 hour ticket purchases. By the fact that the key card is presented, eating and drinking price and hotel Niseko of the restaurant inside [gerende] it is and is dense hot spring bath time fee of the village in discount. Please utilize by all means in at this opportunity. * Because it cannot jointly use with the other discount ticket and the like, please acknowledge beforehand. Eating and drinking fee 10%OFF hotel Japan Airlines [annupuriresutoran] “[azeria]” and dining “lilac” * lunchtime (11: 30~14: 30) Only * becomes only the payment with the cash. [nutsukuannupuriresutoran] “[niyusanko]” and Chinese noodles house “good good ([haohao])” * you not utilizing the meal ticket sale machine, please present to the staff. The restaurant inside the returning on the same day rest house * you not utilizing the meal ticket sale machine, please present to the staff. Returning on the same day hot spring bath time fee discount…400 Yen adults (usually 700 Yen in fee), 200 Yen children (usually 350 Yen in fee) hotel Niseko it is and is dense the village * open hours 12: 00~21: 00
30 Lifts , 1 Gondola
5th Beijing Evening curtain opened Huaxuejie public ski race
the International Ski Course, Huai North opened in 2007 Beijing Wanbao Huaxuejie public…
Ski Championship in 2007, people from the Beijing Evening Huaxuejie North Huai international ski market, Le ski market more to the Great Wall, China International Travel Service Head Office and the Beijing Evening jointly organized.
Today, the important winter skiing has become fashionable entertainment and fashion tempered way. Each of the past few years many people will be skiing as a winter entertainment, leisure plus outdoor exercise of choice
People from the crowded city to the suburbs, from the heavy workload, the pressures of living freed into the vast snow Interesting. leisure, adjust and integrate into the natural and recreational skiing, skiing and fitness, is slowly changing people's lives, courted by the people is slowly becoming fashionable life. In recent years, Beijing was the most popular ski Wye North is coming to the market this year!
。Ms. Chen Gang, in the fall under a fallen on the 1st Road, forgotten rent snow clothes and the clothes had entered the snow.
。Music can be with her, blaming : incredibly stimulating, the very generous.
Today is the first day say, a lot of people it does not matter, anyway rest, we have to have the whole family, father, mother, brothers, sisters, The children had come, we can together find the necessary while playing the happy life should be!
。Snow is Xuechang staff Charles Road patrol personnel, he said that he was not afraid of people ah, busy people, we bark, guffaw.。Ski when you do not want to ask, do not want young head.。Although the market has been skiing, but they do not feel the same today.
。Market seriously Miss staff, told reporters : Mulberry is a busy day today, but very happy.
。But so many people are excited to see the scream, saw a picture of smiling faces, I think that will have a meaningful and share their happiness.
。With the help of the staff, the reporter finally "grasping" to the Wye north of the ski market overall security. People stare at the snow-ski both his side, told reporters : on the one hand Xuechang staff, we are busy and happiness; a busy and tense. 。Happy because happy guests, tension is the meticulous implementation of safety regulations.。
In view of the first day of business, we have formulated a series of special arrangements our new main board and there are a number of the world's top veneer. Another concern is the safety issue, we have engaged in the business held prior to the "business previously." Let all international staff posts and give first priority to the safety of tourists will be required, not sloppy work to ensure that the tourists feel at ease playing, The enjoyment of playing.
。Today, dozens of media reporters have gathered north of the Wye ski market. 一
Yongpyong - Korea
The Yongpyong Resort is located at a very inhabitable range of 700 meters above sea level. Yongpyong Resort is found at the eastern edge of Asia, about 200km from Seoul, the capital city of South Korea. With an annual snowfall average of 250cm, the surrounding area possesses a beautiful environment, which allows for the enjoyment of a wide array of winter sports including skiing from mid-November to early April. On its 4,300 acres, you will find a 45-hole golf course, 31 ski slopes, premium hotels, European-style condominiums and many other leisure facilities that can be enjoyed by the whole family.
The Yongpyong Resort was born in 1975 as the first ever modern facility of its kind in South Korea. Now it is innovating a new leisure culture known as "Korea's Ski Mecca" with a growing reputation as an internationally-renowned resort
Altitude 700 ~ 1,458m above sea level
Total Resort area 4,300 acres
Snowfall Annual average 250cm
Average Temperature -6 C째
Ski Season mid-November ~ early April
Maximum Daily Capacity 25,000 guests
Total number of Slopes 31 (including 2 half-pipes)
Total number of lifts 14 (including 1 cable car)
Olympic Candidate City
– The TELUS Terrain Park at Lake Louise Mountain Resort has undertaken a facelift for the 2007 season. With a new staff of motivated riders dedicated to building a solid park program, the TELUS Terrain Park is starting to create a buzz in the Bow Valley and beyond.
For 2007, the Resort has allocated more terrain to the park to allow for more features and variety, and enabling skiers and snowboarders of all levels to use the features. Three major park sections have been created in the park, each specifically catering to beginner, intermediate and advanced riders.
Says Matt Mosteller, Senior Director of Business Development for the Resort, “The TELUS Terrain Park at Lake Louise Mountain Resort has a long-standing reputation for being a great place to learn for beginners while providing a challenge for more experienced riders. We’re thrilled with the development of this year’s park for all to enjoy.”
In the park, choose from nine jumps up to 55 feet, wall rides, quarter pipes, hips, as well as a variety of rails and boxes, including the “Swamp Monster”, a fifty-eight foot S-Box. The park is now fully open, and riders will be able to enjoy additional features to be created throughout the rest of the season.
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