Sugarloaf - Maine
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The first snow of the 2007-08 winter season fell at Sugarloaf Saturday night. Elevations above 2500 feet received approximately 2 inches of snow blanketing the trees and ground. Temperatures at the summit fell into the mid to high 20s overnight and was 28 degrees at 10 am Sunday.
Sugarloaf’s 4,237 foot elevation results in winter arriving early. Sugarloaf snowmakers intend to make the most of it’s elevation advantage by making snow as soon as the weather presents the opportunity.
This season Sugarloaf has embarked upon the largest capital improvement campaign in more than a decade by investing more than $4 million in the resort to make New England ’s premiere mountain experience even better. We’ve boosted snowmaking by 20 percent, added new groomers, expanded Bullwinkles, renovated the Sugarloaf Mountain Hotel, and more than doubled the size of the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center .
Mad River Glen
The historic restoration of the Single Chair is starting to coalesce. It will be completed and load testing performed around the first of November. Well in time for the start of the ski season!
Triple Major Pass
The new Triple Major Pass offers college skiers unlimited access to Jay Peak Resort, Bolton Valley and Mad River Glen for $269. Added to the course schedule for the 2007-2008 season is Mad River Glen, which teams up with Double Major upper classmen Jay Peak Resort and Bolton Valley Resort, to offer unlimited access to all three ski areas, all winter, for only $269. There are no restrictions at any of the mountainss, and the pass includes night skiing and riding at Bolton Valley Resort until 9pm. The pass price increases to $329 after Nov. 5th
The Arapahoe Basin has received 7.00
inches of snow in the past 24 hours.
Last 24 Hours: 7.00
Last 3 Days: 13
Midway Snow Depth: 18
Summit Snow Depth: 18
Bay Area Snow Show
9th, 10th, and 11th, 2007
Sacramento Ski & snowboard Show
SATURDAY, November 17th: 11am - 8pm
SUNDAY, November 18th: 11am - 5pm
Ski Dazzle Chicago
November 1-4 2007
Ski Dazzle Los Angles
November 29 - December 2
Valais Tourism Switzerland
A brief selection of some of the events from the end of August until the end of October 2007:
25.-27.10.07 International Rallye in Valais
Ski Hood Meadows
October 19-21:"25th Annual Hood River Valley Harvest Fest "
October 21:"Hood River Season Pass Picture Taking Day " Hood River Inn
October 26-28: Seattle Ski Show Qwest Field Expo Center
November 2-4: Portland Ski ShowPortland Expo Center
November 4: Group Season Pass Deadline
November 16: Tentative Opening Date earlier if snow allows!
Banff Centre Events
The Writing Life
Leading authors talk candidly about the challenges, frustrations and rewards of being a writer.
In the Blood
All families have stories. Four masters delve into the roots of family dynamics to recall stories that encompass the ritual patterns of years or even generations.
Fabulous talents from five different countries come together for the Festival's finale! Canada's Lawrence Hill; expatriate Canadian and French literary phenomenon Nancy Huston; Commonwealth Prize-winning and Man Booker nominee Lloyd Jones of New Zealand; British-Nigerian Helen Oyeyemi; and one of Mexico's edgiest literary talents, Daniel Sada, share fiction that has garnered them their reputations.
Reel Time Film Series
La Vie En Rose
La Vie En Rose tells the tumultuous story of Edith Piaf - France's greatest songstress. French actress Marion Cotillard brilliantly embodies Piaf's transformation from hesitant teenager to international star. Transport yourself to post-WWII Paris and revel in the voice that captured the world.
October 3 and 10
Concerts feature a range of music - from the classics of the great masters to the exciting works of modern composers.
Concert Night Out
Giorgio Magnanensi, principal conductor of the Vancouver New Music Ensemble, joins Banff Centre musicians in tonight's performance. Canadian/Italian composer Magnanensi has gained an international reputation for his music, which ranges from orchestral and chamber music to underground experimental electronic.
Concert Night Out
Clarinetist Todd Palmer joins Banff Centre musicians in tonight's concert. A dazzling and soulful performer of classical music to klezmer, Palmer has garnered a stellar reputation as a solo clarinetist.
Enjoy a spectacular concert of beautiful chamber music, performed by an incredible cast of international musicians.
September 26 – October 25 – Domestic Multiplex
It's SNOWING at Big White and Silver Star! Staff and residents woke up this morning to a nice frosting of about five centimetres on the chairlifts, buildings, and on the ski runs. The Snow Ghost newsletter will now commence its regular weekly schedule of events, deals, and look for it every Thursday from now through mid-April!
Whether you're a vacationer or a season passholder to Big White and Silver Star, we invite your feedback. If, during the season, you have any comments about our operations at Big White, feel free to contact either Blair Ireland, Guest Services Manager, or Jay Hayashi, General Manager
Big White Events
Oct 26 - Oct 27
Projected Opening Day 2007 / 2008 Season
CSIA Level 1 Course
Dec 6 - Dec 9
Teton Gravity Research -
LOST AND FOUND is the story of the extraordinary season of 2007 as seen
through the eyes of world-class skiers and snowboarders. With global
drought persisting and ski resorts closing around the world, athletes are
forced to follow the snow, sending them deep into the uncharted north
country of Alaska and Canada. Filmed almost entirely in North America, LOST
AND FOUND is a testament to the terrain and conditions that only exist in
the Western Hemisphere. This film will take you into the vast, unexplored
Tordrillo Mountains of Alaska, proving that some of the best big mountain
riding in the world is still completely undiscovered. Athletes take
advantage of the bountiful winter in British Columbia, hit disturbing park
features in Aspen and score over-the-head powder pillows at Skeena
Heliskiing. The winter of 2007 was feast or famine; LOST AND FOUND
documents the feast.
PLACES: Tordrillo Mountains AK, Skeena Heliskiing BC, Jackson Hole, Utah,
Montana, Aspen, Pemberton BC, Kicking Horse BC, Austria, Switzerland and The
Olympic Village Lodge in Squaw Valley
October 20, 2007
"Lost and Found"
Join the crew and athletes from Teton Gravity Research at the Olympic Village Lodge in Squaw Valley for the North Shore premier of their latest ski and snowboard film "Lost and Found". Doors open at 6:30 pm. Film starts at 7:30 pm. After party at Zenbu featuring live music
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