Snow Alert - Alyeska -Alaska, Keystone, Beaver Creek, Vail - Colorado
14" of new snow at the base, 13"
at midway and 12" of new snow at the top. All main trails have been
groomed and off-trail is fresh fluffy powder!
Currently, the skies are snowing. We have a temperature of 22 degrees
at the base, 26 degrees at midway, and 27 degrees at the top of the
mountain. The winds are currently 0-5mph.
Total snowfall this season is 432" at the top of the mountain.
Chairs 3, 4, 6, 7 & the Tram will run from 10:30am to 5:30pm. There is
no night skiing tonight!
For a full report of current conditions at Alyeska Resort please check
out our website at www.alyeskaresort.com
Panorama B C
PANORAMA’S PARK RIDER SESSIONS
Expanded Terrain Parks Bring Quality Freestyle Events
Photo: Cameron Archer / Panorama Resort
Panorama Mountain Village, BC – Tuesday, February 12th, 2008 – At a time when other terrain parks in the region have been downsized and aerial competitions scaled-back, Panorama leads with more terrain and more opportunity for riders to show their skills!
Panorama Park Rider Sessions, presented by Coca-Cola, fire up in time for Alberta Family Day Weekend. On Saturday the 16th and Sunday the 17th, quality riders will compete in a Rail Jam and a Half-pipe competition. Several hundred spectators are expected to watch these events, and others scheduled for coming weeks.
On March 22nd, skiers and boarders will hit rails, boxes, and table-top jumps in a Slopestyle down Panorama’s 1-kilometre long Powder Trail Terrain Park . On the 29th of March, the resort will host its second annual Big Air. After a highly successful launch in 2007, a top-field is expected to pull aerial tricks off a massive kicker. Finally, don’t miss the annual Sunpit Safari Slush Cup to celebrate the end of yet another fantastic winter season. Air and water is always an entertaining combination!
Panorama Mountain Village has invested heavily in park development and now offers riders of all abilities outstanding freestyle terrain. The parks have over 30 features, including a half-pipe, a 50ft s-box, a 40ft rainbow rail, a 16ft to 20ft flat down box, and 15 table-top jumps, including one extra-large kicker.
Running the entire length of Powder Trail, the main terrain park is divided into the upper rail park and the lower jump park. Experts riding the length of the run can hit up to 12 features with each lap. For novice riders, the upper rail park has plenty of rails, boxes, and small jumps, perfect for skill development. In the Showzone Park , riders will find a half-pipe and rail yard, with features lit for night-skiing and riding on selected dates throughout the season.
Park Rider Sessions
Syndicate Rail Jam – February 16th & March 15th
Showcase Halfpipe – February 17th
Slopestyle – March 22nd
Big Air – March 29th
Sunpit Safari Slush Cup – April 5th
Red Lodge Mountain
Red Lodge Mountain Resort Backcountry Film Festival 7pm
Join us at the Banquet Room of the Red Lodge Pizza Co. for the first annual Backcountry Film Festival. Door prizes will be drawn and proceeds benefit the Beartooth Recreation and Trails Association and the Winter Wildlands Alliance. Tickets are available at the door - $7 Adults and $4 Children.
Cardboard Racer Showcase 9am
Bring up your Cardboard Racer to show off your creation before dragging it up to the top of Showoff Alley. You can register your cardboard racer at this time if you missed the parade. Register on-line (go to calendar of events and look for registration) or at the Info Booth at the Main Lodge from 9-11am.
The Fireman's Hose Race 12pm
Watch local and regional firefighters show off their hose skill and see who the fastest firefighting team on skis is! The race will take place before the Cardboard Classic Race. Open to all firefighters who are up to the challenge, but you must register as a team. Register on-line (go to calendar of events and look for registration) or at the Info Booth at the Main Lodge from 9-11am.
The Cardboard Classic Race 12:30pm
The ever popular and famous race down Showoff Alley. Speed, crashes and a good time are promised. Classes include 12 & Under, 13-18, and 19 & Up. Race for cash in The Jr. Unlimited and Unlimited Classes. (judge rulings, rules, and registration can be found at redlodgemountain.com)
Bogart's Jalapeño Eating Contest 2:30pm at the Bierstube
Think you can handle the heat? Chow down on as many jalapenos as you can and win big. $15 dollar entry fee includes T-shirt, need to be 18 or older to enter. Registration will be at the info booth on Saturday morning.
Viking Costume Contest Showcase 2:45pm at the Bierstube
Come strut your stuff in your Viking Costume and be judged to win big as the best dressed. Divisions of age groups and great prizes.
Torch Light Parade, Fireworks and Dinner
A spaghetti dinner will start at 5pm at the Main Lodge. After dinner enjoy an incredible light show as the torch light skiers make their way down the mountain under the lights of an awesome fireworks show. Dinner is $5.50 per person and $4 for children 10 and under.
King and Queen of the Mountain at 10am
The ski bums of Red Lodge take to the course to see who the best overall and well rounded racer really is. They take runs on all three disciplines; snowboard, alpine, and telemark. Winner becomes the King and Queen of the Mountain. Entry is $15 per person. Registration is on-line (go to calendar of events and look for King & Queen registration) or at the info booth on Saturday or Sunday morning.
Mountain Scavenger Race, starts at 10:00 am at the Main Lodge
Get the entire family together and try to find your clues. The first team or individual to find each item wins. Tons of fun for young skiers or families who want to get some skiing in together. Registration will be at the info booth Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Sun Valley - Idaho
LIFT TICKET DISCOUNT
SUN VALLEY, ID.Beginning Saturday, March 1 and running through the end of Sun Valley’s ski season, all college students and faculty with current I.D. can ski for only $29 per day.
To receive the discount, college students and faculty must show current identification when purchasing ticket.
Cortina d'Ampezzo - Italy
Cortina d'Ampezzo with Dolomiti Superski is carrying out an important awareness campaign about caution on the slopes and good practice on skis/snowboards aimed at all skiers and snowboarder with the title TAKE CARE.
photo: Faloria at Cortina
All those who purchase a skipass will receive a leaflet with tips and advice on correct ski and snowboard practice. The suggestions range from areas such as pre-skiing preparation and nutrition to the 12 FIS rules on correct behaviour on the slopes as well as guidelines on how to act when involved in an incident on the slopes.
Stubai Glacier - Austria
Stubai Glacier invites you to superior sun-skiing. Excellent slopes and firn snow are waiting for enthusiastic skiers and snowboarders. For those who prefer chilling in the sun the sun terrace at the Jochdohle, Austria´s highest mountain restaurant at 3.150 m, is perfect to relax and enjoy the fascinating view.
Kimberley Alpine Resort
Kimberley, BC – February 11, 2008 – Kimberley Alpine Resort will host the DreamCatcher Starlight Showdown on Saturday, February 16th, as part of the Family Day activities at the ski resort. The DreamCatcher Starlight Showdown will be the final stop in the RCR Rail Jam Series, and will take place from 5:00pm – 9:00pm, under the lights and stars at Kimberley Alpine Resort.
The competition will be a great one for spectators, and is open to new competitors, as well as those who have been competing in the RCR circuit all season long. The event is open to both skiers and snowboarders, and both categories will be judged on style, effort and talent.
This event will determine the overall male and female athletes of the entire Rail Series, who will both walk away with a prestigious Bro2Pro Helly Hansen Sponsorship for the 08/09 season. Further, up for grabs for all competitors is a $1600 cash purse, as well as tons of prizing from Helly Hansen, Scott, Fresh, and MGT Snowboard Camps.
Registration is available online now at www.skircr.com/compete. Registration (based on availability) will also take place at the ski resort between 3pm and 4pm on the day of the event. Space is limited so register early!
The competition is scheduled to start at 5:00pm, and is part of many activities taking place at Kimberley Alpine Resort over Family Day weekend. On Saturday afternoon and evening, there will be DJs, live music in the Stemwinder Bar and Grill, a Fireworks display at 9:00pm and a Glowstick parade for the little ones at 6pm.
This event is sponsored by DreamCatcher Alpine Chalets. Discover DreamCatcher Haute Alpine Chalets in Kimberley, British Columbia! Nestled in a mature woodland setting in the heart of the Canadian Purcell and Rocky Mountain ranges, DreamCatcher is one master planned community you don’t want to miss. For more information please visit www.dreamcatcherchalets.com.
Kimberley Alpine Resort www.skikimberley.com
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