Treble Cone looking good for season start
Tue 08 June 10
Scheduled to open on the 24th June, Treble Cone today recieved a timely 25cm dump as new season preparations continue
Its almost showtime at Treble Cone in New Zealand. 25cm of snow fell fell in the Home Basin yesterday on 7th June, 2 weeks before the scheduled opening date.
It's currently -8C and the snow guns are out in force backing up mother nature.
For more information visit www.treblecone.com
Wed 09 June 10, Hintertux, Austria
Up to 1.3m base in New Zealand. Three ski areas still open in the US. Last weekend of the ski season in Finland coming up. French and Canadian glaciers re-opening next week. Australian ski season starts Saturday. Scotland still offering skiing indoors and out.
Tue 15 June 10, Cairngorm, United Kingdom
Now that CairnGorm Mountain's record season has finally come to an end, it's time to pick up all the cigarette butts and other crap that skiers leave behind
Mon 21 June 10, Cairngorm, United Kingdom
This was the 147th day of riding at CairnGorm since the season started on 28 November 2009 and more than 60 people took to the slopes at CairnGorm Mountain on the summer solstice on Monday 21st June 2010 to enjoy some midsummer skiing on the snow still lying there in the Ptarmigan bowl
Mon 21 June 10, Whistler/Blackcomb, Canada
After a record breaking year of snowfall, glacier skiing and riding returned on Blackcomb’s Horstman Glacier on Saturday June 19th
Fri 25 June 10, Hintertux, Austria
Up to 30cm (a foot) of new snow so far today around Queenstown's ski areas. Up to 50cm (20 inches) of fresh snow in the Alps. Second Californian ski area to open in July. Cairngorm in Scotland wraps up seven month season. Argentina's resort start to open and more snow in Chile and South Africa.