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Moderate: Areas of unstable snow exist. Human triggered avalanches are possible.
Larger triggers may be necessary as the snowpack becomes more stable. Use caution
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PARK CITY MOUNTAIN RESORT’S HOLIDAY FAMILY EVENTS
Celebrate the Holiday Season with Park City Mountain Resort
Park City, Utah (December 10, 2009) – Park City Mountain Resort celebrates the 2009 holiday season with family events for the local community and destination visitors during the month of December.
“Park City Mountain Resort is a magical place to be during the holidays and the reason why so many families choose to celebrate with us time and time again,” said Krista Parry, director of marketing for Park City Mountain Resort. “Our holiday events have become a tradition for the local community and visiting guests alike. We treasure the opportunity to share in their experience.”
On December 19, Park City Mountain Resort welcomes Santa Claus into Park City as he descends from the top of the mountain down the Town lift. Guests are invited to arrive around 5:30 p.m. to enjoy hot cocoa, cookies, Christmas carols and storytelling. Santa and his reindeer will fly their sled full of goodies onto the Town Lift Plaza around 6:15 p.m.
On December 24, Santa Claus will ski around the mountain during the day and once the sun sets he will lead more than 100 ski and snowboard instructors down the PayDay run during Park City Mountain Resort’s 46th annual traditional torchlight parade. The parade can best be viewed from the Resort Plaza where complimentary hot beverages and cookies will be served.
All holiday activities are complimentary.
2010 Olympic games
February 13, 2010
Medal Event 11:45 - Alpine Skiing - Men's Downhill
February 14, 2010
10:00 - Alpine Skiing - Ladies' Super Combined Downhill
Medal Event 13:00 - Alpine Skiing - Ladies' Super Combined Slalom
February 16, 2010
10:00 - Alpine Skiing - Men's Super Combined Downhill
Medal Event 13:30 - Alpine Skiing - Men's Super Combined Slalom
February 17, 2010
Medal Event 11:00 - Alpine Skiing - Ladies' Downhill
February 19, 2010
Medal Event 11:30 - Alpine Skiing - Men's Super-G
February 20, 2010
Medal Event 10:00 - Alpine Skiing - Ladies' Super-G
February 21, 2010
10:00 - Alpine Skiing - Men's Giant Slalom 1st Run
Medal Event 13:45 - Alpine Skiing - Men's Giant Slalom 2nd Run
February 24, 2010
10:00 - Alpine Skiing - Ladies' Giant Slalom 1st Run
Medal Event 13:15 - Alpine Skiing - Ladies' Giant Slalom 2nd Run
February 26, 2010
10:00 - Alpine Skiing - Ladies' Slalom 1st Run
Medal Event 13:30 - Alpine Skiing - Ladies' Slalom 2nd Run
February 27, 2010
10:00 - Alpine Skiing - Men's Slalom 1st Run
Medal Event 13:45 - Alpine Skiing - Men's Slalom 2nd Run
Yesterday, I said all I wanted for Chanukah was snow, and someone must have heard me! So far, 3" has fallen, and another 10" to 14" is predicted by Sunday night. I definitely enjoyed the sunshine yesterday, cruising down Upper Werner and Teewinot Gully on the soft, carveable corduroy, but today's weather is SO much better.
December 11-13: Minnesota Ski Challenge
December 12-14: Jackson Hole Jewish Music Festival
December 13-18: JHMR Ski & Race Camp
December 18: Nordic Center projected opening
December 18: Pray For Snow Party at the Nordic Center
December 19: Village Christmas Tree Lighting & Party at Nick Wilson's
Thunderwolf is Open!
Surface Conditions: Powder/Packed Powder
Today's Word: Thunderwolf is opening for the first time this season, and "Marx" off of the Tram opened yesterday with great conditions. It is Educators Appreciation weekend, check out the link on the home page for details.
White Pass - Washington
Sunny & warmer today
Temp: 22F Summit / 18F Base
New Snow: 0
Base: 30" Base area / 47" Summit
Surface: Machine tilled & groomed
Hours: Open today from 8:45 - 4
Lifts: Quad, Triple, #4, Platter & Carpet
Durango - Colorado
5" Overnight, over 3 feet this week
30 Runs Open
SPECIAL LIFT PRICES & COLLEGE DAY: All types of season passes, including weekday passes, will be honored this weekend. Special lift ticket rates apply through tomorrow. Today is Backcountry Demo Day, presented by Backcountry Experience and Pine Needle Mountaineering.
Looks like El Nino is here to stay for the winter. The powerful storm that passed through last week left over 3 feet of snow and allowed us to open Lincoln Express, Disney, Jerome Hill, White Pine, The Flume, Mt. Judah, Nob Hill, and Christmas Tree. With the current storm showing up last night and predictions of another 3 feet of snow over the next few days, this weekend's skiing and riding is going to be incredible! If this snow keeps up, we're looking at opening the new Summit Chair later this month
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