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Whistler - Blackcomb
2007 TELUS WORLD SKI & SNOWBOARD FESTIVAL FREE CONCERT SERIES SET TO KEEP SLEEP AT BAY
Kokanee Freeride Concert Series Details Released
Whistler, BC, 3 April 2007 - With over 50 free concerts, it’s North America ’s largest free outdoor concert series.
Anchoring the TELUS World Ski and Snowboard Festival from April 13-22, live music reverberates throughout Whistler Village and up onto the slopes, turning the mountains into the ultimate ampitheatre. And it doesn’t end there.
After all, the day truly begins with après, and the Kokanee Freeride Series ensures Whistler’s off hill experience during the Festival picks up as much speed as the on-mountain adventuring.
Presenting a yin-yang balance of established and emerging bands and DJs at Whistler’s favourite watering holes, the Kokanee Freeride Series is set to introduce Festival goers to the fine art of après.
For more details on the line-up, visit www.whistler2007.com
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Base Depth: 1"
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Notes: Apr. 1 - Apr. 1 -- Gaper Fools Day Costume Competition
Mt Hood Summer Ski Camp
Mt Hood Meadows
BULL SCS SLEDSTYLE LANDS AT MT. HOOD MEADOWS APRIL 7
X-Games Medalist Heath Frisby is among the athletes who will perform aerial tricks on snowmobiles during the Red Bull SCS Sledstyle exhibition Saturday April 7. The jump will be right in the base area, next to the Vegetate RailJam qualifiers. No admission charge - come on up and watch these great athletes.
Mar 24:SkiJoring Trail Day
Mar 31-Apr 1:Kids Carnival
Mar 26-28:3 Day Holiday KidsCamps (4-12 year old ski and snowboard camps)
Mar 31-Apr 1:Kids Carnival
Mar 31-Apr 1:Retroactive Gamma Rays Band
Apr 6-8:Vegetate Friday SuperPipe / Saturday and Sunday Rail Jam presented by Salomon and Full Sail
Apr 7:Red Bull SCS Sledstyle
SPRING BREAK MARCH 24 - APRIL 1!
Park & Ride costs just $59 for round trip shuttle from Portland AND your lift ticket! If you're just beginning, try the "Bus on Us" learn to ski or learn to ride package includes bus, beginner lift ticket, 2 hour beginner lesson and equipment rentals for $59! Purchase exclusively online through eTICKETs.
$44 SPRING SPECIAL -
Red Mountain Lodge
Open Lifts: 5 of 8 Lifts… Cole Creek, Grizzly Peak, Miami Beach, Triple Chair & the Mighty Mite.
Trails:(49 open runs) The Grizzly Peak Side of the resort is 90% open. And 45% of the Cole Creek Drainage.
Surfaces: Spring Powder!
Reduced ticket prices are here! $35 for adults, $30 for Juniors and $15 for the kiddos!
The end of the season date has been moved for April 15th to April 8th. So come up and enjoy Easter on the hill with a early morning service and Easter egg hunt at 1:30 Season Passes for the 2007/2008 ski season are on sale now! Keep an eye on your mailbox or call 406.446.2610 for details. New this year will be a Weekday pass for those of you who like to avoid the crowds! Early bird pricing lasts until April 30th. Please click Snow Report for the full report.
Sample Summer Deals to France (O/W based on R/T*)
New York - Paris $441*
New York - Nice $450*
Philadelphia - Paris $478*
Houston - Nice $483*
Washington D.C. - Paris $483*
Boston - Nice $516*
Seattle - Paris $545*
Los Angeles - Paris $561
Monterosa - Italy
SKI FAMILY TO THE DOORS E' by now to the doors the event dedicated to the Families Monterosa Ski. The just occasion for rilassarsi with the own beloveds. A weekend dedicated to being with to the standard of the true spirit of square. Unimaginable tests to time and obstacles wait for to you.
Jungfraujoch–Top of Europe (3454 m) An excursion up to the eternal glacier world of Switzerland’s high Alps is an unforgettable experience. At 3454 metres, the Jungfraujoch is the highest-altitude railway station in Europe. From Kleine Scheidegg, the railway travels through the tunnel behind the notorious Eiger North Wall – with stops at two stations with viewing windows hewn in the bare rock – and on to the underground “peak” railway station, Jungfraujoch–Top of Europe
Schilthorn–Piz Gloria (2970 m) The Schilthorn shot to international fame as a spectacular location for the 007 film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”. The views of the Eiger, Mönch & Jungfrau from the Piz Gloria revolving restaurant are simply stunning
Männlichen (2230 m) Enjoy the spectacular cogwheel railway trip from Lauterbrunnen to Wengen. The bottom station of the Wengen–Männlichen aerial cableway is only a few minutes walk from the railway station and village centre. From here it takes just five minutes to soar up over 1000 metres to the Männlichen summit (2230 m). Männlichen is also easy to reach from Grindelwald Grund with Europe’s longest aerial gondola.
Männlichen (2230 m)
Enjoy the spectacular cogwheel railway trip from Lauterbrunnen to Wengen. The bottom station of the Wengen–Männlichen aerial cableway is only a few minutes walk from the railway station and village centre. From here it takes just five minutes to soar up over 1000 metres to the Männlichen summit (2230 m).
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. 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.
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