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Snow Alert - Kirkwood, Heavenly Valley, Squaw Valley, Sugar Bowl
Tahoe got hammered this weekend with some areas getting up to 11 feet of snow.

Mountain Sports International
Now in its eleventh year, the US Freeskiing Open (USFO), presented by Suzuki, will return to Copper Mountain, Colo, Jan. 31 – Feb. 3, 2008, bringing together hundreds of the world's best new school ski athletes and thousands of eager spectators. Athletes will compete in three disciplines – superpipe, slopestyle and big air – for a combined $60,000 prize purse. The easiest, best, and fastest way to get info about the resort is to check out their Web site at www.coppercolorado.com

After last year's highly progressive competition, in which Jon Olsson introduced the Kangaroo Flip in the park and Peter Olenick landed a double flair in the pipe, this year’s event will surely be a highlight of the season. As always, Copper Mountain provides an ideal après and nightlife scene, with Boulder-based 3oh!3 bringing their heavy-hitting hip hop/rock sound to the Village following the Invitational Big Air event.

Subaru Telluride Freeskiing Open (Subaru U.S. Freeskiing Series Stop #1)
February 7, 2008 - February 10, 2008

Location: Telluride, CO.
Back for another year, the Telluride Freeskiing Open promises to deliver on both terrain and talent.

Subaru Squaw Valley USA Freeskiing Open (Subaru U.S. Freeskiing Series Stop #2)
February 14, 2008 - February 17, 2008
Location: Squaw Valley USA, CA
Don't miss the second annual Subaru Squaw Valley USA Freeskiing Open.

Mountain Sports International (MSI) is a private company, founded in 1997, to develop and produce action/adventure sports events and programming in North America. MSI owns and produces the U.S. Freeskiing Series, the U.S. Skiercross Series, and the Freeskiing World Tour


We have ten lifts scheduled to be in operation tomorrow, winds and weather permitting. Be sure to check in here or on our snowphone at 207-237-6808 for the latest updates on lift status.

Narrow Gauge will be closed from Pick Pole down tomorrow due to a racing event. Please be aware that the backside is currently closed due to the high amount of traffic it received during the weekend.

College week continues tomorrow! Take a break from all of that studying and kick back with us here at Sugarloaf.

Whistler -Blackcomb
New snow: 5"
Base Depth: 93" - 93"
Hours open: 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Park recut: 2008-01-07
Jumps: 0

Open Lifts: 38
Conditions: Powder, Packed Powder

Alyeska - Alaska
In the last 24 hours, 8" to 10" of new snow at the top.

Currently, the skies are precipitating. We have a temperature of 35 degrees at the base, 31 degrees at midway, and 29 degrees at the top of the mountain. The winds are currently 5-10 mph.

Total snowfall this season is 286" at the top of the mountain.
Chair 3, 4, 6, & the Tram will run from 10:30am to 5:30pm.
For a full report of current conditions at Alyeska Resort please check

Beaver Creek Colorado
New snow: 16"
Base Depth: 51" - 51"
Hours open: N/A
Park recut: 0
Jumps: 0
Pipes: 0"
Open Lifts: 17
Conditions: Powder, Powder

4-6 Inches of New Snow in last 24 Hours!
Storm Snowfall Total Over 11 Feet!
View our Live Web Cam! Kirkwood received another 4-6 inches in the last 24 hours on top of over 11 feet of snowfall during this storm cycle! Kirkwood has received more snow than any other Lake Tahoe resort and forecasts are calling for additional accumulations to start the week! Highway 88 is open in both directions this morning and Kirkwood is hoping to have 100% of the mountain open today. With over 100 days left in the season, now is the perfect time to purchase your Kirkwood Season pass online! Stay updated on current conditions using our website at www.kirkwood.com

Shiga Kogen - Japan
After an overcast start to the day the sun is out again this morning and while it may not turn out to be as fine a day as yesterday, it looks like it will be sunny and fine throughout the day. Yesterday was a mild day but it is starting out milder still this morning, though the temperature is below zero in all resort areas as of 9am.

Flicker Photo
Snow depths remain largely unchanged as there hasn't been any new snowfall in the last few days. While tomorrow looks set to be another fine day, we can maybe expect more snow the day after and mid-weeek.


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