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NZSki Revolutionise Skiing Technology With All New Radio Frequency Card (18-Apr-10)

NZSki, New Zealand, April 18, 2010 - New Zealand's premiere South Island

New Zealand’s premier South Island Ski Areas of Coronet Peak, Mt Hutt and The Remarkables will this season be complimented with the world’s most technologically advanced, direct-to-lift ticketing system.

The Radio Frequency (RF) ID card is a fully integrated smart card that will replace the old ticket and wire system.

Perisher News - It's Getting Colder! (18-Apr-10)

Perisher, Australia, April 18, 2010 - Following a light dusting

Following a light dusting of snow last week it got down to -4 overnight on Tuesday, with locals grabbing the winter doonas and rugging up.

With clear, cold nights predicted it's a sure sign that winter is approaching, time to plan for your visit for winter 2010!

Keep an eye out for the Pete 'The Frog' Taylor's long range predictions for the snow season, should be up on his Read more...

Another Month Of The Season For Squaw Valley (11-Apr-10)

Squaw Valley, USA, April 11, 2010 - Ski Info - After receiving seven feet

After receiving seven feet (210cm) of fresh snow in seven days, Squaw Valley USA in California is once again offering the longest and most complete ski season in Lake Tahoe with plans to stay open for skiing and riding through to at least May 9, 2010.

More Night Skiing, More Snowmaking And A New Lift For Falls Creek (11-Apr-10)

Falls Creek, Australia, April 11, 2010 - Falls Creek Ski Resort

Falls Creek ski resort in Australia has announced a host of new facilities and initiative’s for the leading Australian resort’s upcoming 2010 season.

The province of Victoria's largest alpine resort has expanded its night skiing to include Wombats Ramble. Night lights (using green power) have been installed along the 2.2km run.

Two New Chairlifts For Summit At Snoqualmie (11-Apr-10)

Snoqualmie, USA, April 11, 2010 - SkiInfo Reports

There are more signs that lift construction in the US is picking up ahead of winter 2010-11 after very little new construction took place last summer.

The Summit at Snoqualmie located in the Cascade mountains located country’s northwest will install two chairlifts this summer at the Summit East base area, providing access to over 150 acres of intermediate and advanced terrain.

New Ski Centre Under Construction In Turkey (11-Apr-10)

Turkey, April 11, 2010 - SkiInfo Reports

A new ski centre is being built in Turkey in readiness for the 2011 Universiade Winter Games which will be staged there next February in the ancient city of Erzurum.

The new resort will stage Super-G, Slalom, Giant Slalom and Super Combined Alpine ski races.

The new ski area, Konakli, will be the second for the city along with the established resort of Palandoken which will host snowboarding events. 

Four new chairlifts, a triple and three

2009/10 Is Now The Second Snowiest Season On Record At Whistler Blackcomb (11-Apr-10)

Whistler Blackcomb, Canada, April 11, 2010 - Another blast of winter weather

Another blast of winter weather hit Whistler Blackcomb dropping 21 centimetres on the mountains in the past 24 hours.

Dubeau And Milligan Take Top Spots In 13th Annual Showcase Showdown (07-Apr-10)

Whistler Blackcomb, Canada, April 7, 2010 - Whistler Blackcomb's 13th Annual

Whistler Blackcomb’s 13th annual Showcase Showdown, presented by Burton took over the Nintendo Highest Level Terrain Park last Saturday in the midst of a spring pow day which brought 25 centimetres of fresh snow over night.

Jackson Hole Concludes The 2010 Winter Season With Strong Results (07-Apr-10)

Jackson Hole, USA, April 7, 2010 - Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) concluded the 2009/2010 winter season posting the 4th highest visitation level in its 45 year history with over 413,684 skiers gracing the slopes this winter. This year’s results mark the 5th consecutive year of skier visits above the 400,000 benchmark.

New Resort Linked To Steamboat (05-Apr-10)

Steamboat, Colorado, April 5, 2010 - A new gondola has opened

A new gondola has opened linking a half-billion-dollar real-estate development with Steamboat Springs ski resort in Colorado.

The $3 million (US) gondola, with six-seater passenger cabins, began operating along a 650m (2,000-foot) long route that links Trailhead Lodge at the new 47-acre private Wildhorse Meadows Resort with the base of Steamboat Ski Area.

Wildhorse Meadows has completed the first phase of a five- to seven-year construction program.

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