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11 cm of spring freshness
This morning at Lake Louise
Mt. Hood Meadows
We'll be operating daily through April 27, then weekends in May
OPEN TODAY 8:45 am - 4 pm
Machine Groomed / Spring Conditions
Clear - 32 Degrees / west wind at 0 - 5 mph
170" Summit / 108" Base Area
0 New Overnight
Running all lifts!
32-Inch Storm Carries Snowbird Into Event-Filled Spring
Ski and Ride Through May With Snowbird’s $279 Spring Pass
Snowbird, Utah – Four days of early-April snowfall brought nearly three feet of snow to Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort, pushing the resort well past the 500-inch mark and setting the stage for the resort’s many spring events.
Snowbird is reporting a base of 155 inches at mid-mountain and 532 inches season-to-date for the resort that averages 500 inches a year. In the first 11 days of April, Snowbird has received 40 inches of snow at the base and significantly higher accumulations at mid-mountain.
Skiers and riders can enjoy Snowbird’s great conditions and many events with the $279 Spring Season Pass, valid now through Snowbird’s closing date. Snowbird offers the longest ski and snowboard season in Utah and plans to operate daily through May 11 and then weekends (Friday-Sunday) through May 26, conditions permitting. To purchase the spring pass or for more information contact Snowbird Tickets at (801) 933-2200
3 - inches of new snow over the weekend
May 31 - Mt. Shasta Climb and Ski Adventure: Ever want to ski one of the most famous peaks in California? NASTC is running a guided 3-day expedition on Mt Shasta that involves climbing up to the Summit and skiing back down. Mt. Shasta is a volcano in the Cascade range and a perfect peak for both new and experienced mountaineers. The descent on skis is 4000ft. Space is limited, please call the NASTC office if you are interested 530.582.47.72
August 15-25 - Skiing in the Southern Hemisphere at Portillo, Chile: This one of the best and most popular trips on our calendar. We have been going to Portillo for 14yrs and love every minute we spend there. Portillo is an amazing place with spectacular Andean scenery and lots of charisma. The NASTC Portillo trip offers great terrain, warm hospitality, great camaraderie and lots of fun. A day at Portillo usually begins with a big breakfast in the dining room at our designated table, then outside for a morning of drills and lots of skiing. We ski back to the hotel for lunch and then back out onto the hill for more skiing and coaching. At the end of the ski day, we come back to the hotel and enjoy the Chilean tradition of "Onces" or afternoon tea followed by a tech talk and video analysis in the movie theatre. There is sometime to relax, enjoy the amenities of the hotel and have a cocktail before dinner is served. If you still have energy left, the disco is a popular place at nighttime. The time spentat
Portillo is truly magical and we know you will fall in love with it as we have. We are currently taking reservations if you are interested please call the NASTC office as soon as possible as space is limited. 530.582.47.72
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