Snow Alert -Saas Fe Switzerland, Zermatt. Lake Tahoe , Mammoth Mountain, Sugar Bowl
Avalanche Advisory - None
5" of new snow with more on the way will help spice things up during our last full week of the season. Look for snow throughout today, temperatures reaching the mid 30's with 17-21 mph winds out of the Southwest. Expect spring snow conditions all over the mountain
With 2,500 acres of legendary inbounds terrain, a 4,139' vertical rise, 459" of average snowfall each winter, and unparalleled backcountry access
Total Snowfall (season to-date)
356" @ Summit
240" @ Mid-Mountain
White Pass will run daily through April 4. We will also run the weekend of April 10 & 11. We will then close for the season in order to build lifts
LIFT TICKET PRICES DROP: 3/29 EARLY/LATE PASSES GO INTO EFFECT 'TILL 4/18..
3/30 DAILY LIFT -- BALDY -- $56 adult, $34 children, $45 seniors--
--DOLLAR -- $30 adult, $25 children, $25 seniors-- children four and under ski free!!!! DOLLAR WILL CLOSE AT THE END OF THE DAY 4/4.
Depending upon conditions, Upper Bowls may be open or closed during the day. Do not ski closed areas.
Sun Valley will be hosting the 2010 MASTERS NATIONALS 3/28-4/4. As a result,the SUPERPIPE will be closed Monday, Thursday, Friday and closed until 2 pm Tuesday and Wednesday
19.-21.4.2010 Verbier SUI WC A A
FIS World Cup Skiing Events
Stowe Mountain- Vermont
Annual Sugar Slalom
April 3 & 4, 2010
Celebrate spring on skis. Join the fun in the MMSC Sugar Slalom. Held annually in Stowe since 1940, the Sugar Slalom is the most recognized alpine ski race event in the region. Open to USSA licensed racers ages 9 and up, this race attracts some of the best talent in the East and is a great opportunity to lower USSA points late in the season. On day two, the Sugar Slalom is open to anyone over 21 years of age wishing to be a part in the weekend’s festivities.
Originating as a celebration of the arrival of spring and the tapping of maple trees, the Sugar Slalom is held in a Mardi gras atmosphere complete with music, barbecue on the hill, fantastic ski racing and festive costumes. To top it all, the race also features a unique Vermont treat - maple syrup on snow, donuts and pickles at the finish.
Easter Sunrise Service & Egg Hunt
April 4, 2010
Stowe’s 56th annual non-denominational Sunrise Service will be held at the top of the Gondola at Stowe Mountain Resort. The service will start at 6:26am promptly.
Complimentary Gondola Rides Open to the Public 4:50am - 5:50am, Sunrise Service begins: 6:26am. Complimentary coffee and refreshments will be served at the top of the Gondola.
A children's Easter Egg Hunt will occur in the Spruce Plaza at 9am followed by Easter egg painting in the Spruce Camp Base Lodge on the second floor at 11am.
Attendees of the Sunrise Service will be offered a special lift ticket rate for April 4th of $39.00 for adult, seniors and children.
Wildcat Mountain -New Hampshire
We are even thinking there is still a good chunk of season left for you in April and with many New Hampshire resorts already closed, partially closed, or closing after this weekend, we are hoping to spin lifts until Patriots Day, Monday, April 19th; possibly even the weekend after that; or who knows, we could even spin a lift the first weekend in May if conditions look good and weather is kind
Fernie - BC Canada
Fernie Alpine Resort received a whopping 25cm/10in of snowfall overnight and over 36cm/14in in the last 4 days while Kimberley Alpine Resort had a nice dumping of 10cm/4in in the past 24hrs. Conditions in the 5 alpine bowls at Fernie Alpine Resort are incredible
National Ski Areas Association
The National Ski Areas Association is the trade association for ski area owners and operators. It represents 326 alpine resorts that account for more than 90 percent of the skier/snowboarder visits nationwide. Additionally, it has 400 supplier members who provide equipment, goods and services to the mountain resort industry.
NSAA analyzes and distributes ski industry statistics; produces annual conferences and trade shows; produces a bimonthly industry publication and is active in state and federal government affairs. The association also provides educational programs and employee training materials on industry issues including OSHA, ADA and NEPA regulations and compliance; environmental laws and regulations; state regulatory requirements; aerial tramway safety; and resort operations and guest service.
NSAA was established in 1962 and was headquartered in Springfield, Mass. In 1989 NSAA merged with SIA (SnowSports Industries America) and moved to McLean, Va. The merger was dissolved in 1992 and NSAA was relocated to Lakewood, Colo., because of its central geographic location. NSAA is located in the same office building as the Professional Ski Instructors of America and the National Ski Patrol in Lakewood, Colo., a suburb west of Denver.
National Convention & Tradeshow
May 2-5, 2010
Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate, FL
Glacier 3000 - Switzerland
Snow sports activities up to 3'000 m
The good snow conditions invite you to spend an excellent day in the glacier skiing area. The installations of Glacier 3000 remain open until May 3rd.
The Glacier 3000 ski area includes 10 installations and 30 km of ski runs ranging from 1350 to 3000 m above sea level. It is a part of the ski area shared with Gstaad Mountain Rides (250 km of ski runs) and the Vaudoises Alps (225 km of ski runs) and is particularly attractive for Freestylers and Freeriders. With the 7km long Olden ski run, Glacier 3000 is able to offer one of the most challenging ski runs in the area - a challenge for any skier or snowboarder
For people who like to have unlimited fun in the snow, the 7 km long Olden ski run is just the right one. The black ski run is one of the longest of this difficulty level in the region
Name - Length - Vert - Top Station
P1 Reusch – Oldenegg 1624 m 572 m 1922 m
P2 Oldenegg – Cabane 2270 m 601 m 2523 m
P3 Col du Pillon – Cabane 1960 m 979 m 2524 m
P5 Cabane – Sex Rouge 1551 m 406 m 2930 m
P6 Oldenalp – Oldenegg 797 m 81 m 1922 m
The Frog and Toad chute Silverado chair at Squaw
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