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Dew Tour Details

by Ski Utah Yeti January 13 2010 1 Comment

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Dew Tour (dewtour)The national spotlight stokes Ogden and Snowbasin Resort this weekend.  The Winter Dew Tour will stomp its landing tomorrow at Snowbasin!  The event is FREE and runs January 14-17.  The Winter Dew Tour will be bringing all of their Pro friends including Simon Dumont, Steve Fisher, Hannah Teter and Utah's very own Tom Wallisch to compete in the second stop of the tour.  Watch the best in the world throw down tricks that will make your jaw drop.  If you are inspired by the world’s best, take advantage of Snowbasin’s reduced lift ticket for Friday only at $30.  You must mention “Dew Tour” when purchasing the ticket to get a discount.  Check out the complete schedule of events (http://www.allisports.com/event-info-snowbasin-2010) ‘cause you don’t want to miss the superpipe and slopestyle action.  
 
Beyond the superpipe, your Friday night is planned.  Historic 25th Street in downtown Ogden will host a free Dashboard Confessional concert at 7pm.  Now that you are covered from the snow to the stage, transport yourself hassle free all weekend between Ogden and Snowbasin.  Here’s the lowdown on transportation:
 

Parking is available at Snowbasin Resort during the Winter Dew Tour.  In addition for rider and spectator convenience, FREE park and ride transportation will be offered. Buses will leave the park -n- ride lots approximately every 20-30 minutes depending on time of day. The morning hours they will leave every 25-30 minutes, in peak hours they will leave for Snowbasin every 15-20 minutes. 

Park-N-Ride Lots:
- WSU Dee Event Center - South Side
- Staker Parson Lot - West of UTA South Weber Park-n-Ride Lot

Hours:
- Friday, January 15th:    10 AM  -  5 PM
- Saturday, January 16th:    9:30 AM  -  8:30 PM
- Sunday, January 17th:    9:00 AM  -  3:30 PM

See you out there this weekend and don’t forget to stop by festival village and visit the Ski Utah booth.         

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