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Park City's Schlopy Wins Gold at the X-Games - Now onto the 2011 FIS Freestyle World Ski ChampionshipsPosted by Powderhound Matt on January 31, 2011
Park City's Alex Schlopy wins gold at the XGames in Aspen, setting the stage for a great week of competition in Park City for the 2011 FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships
The crowds may be on Main Street during the Sundance Film Festival but they sure aren't on the mountain. Come on up and enjoy a mountain to yourself.
Park City Mountain Resort, Cobra Dogs, Tora Bright, Shaun White, Dan Brisse, Aaron Biittner, Terrain Parks, Utah, Events
We are lucky to live in Utah! The program I'm going to tell you about is either for those that live here or winter here in Utah for 10 weeks. Basically, it is a 10 week program for 5-6 year olds. It is called the Saturday Adventure. It takes place at Park City Mountain Resort. I'm going to say right now....Emily is very lucky! How many kids at 5 years old get to ski every Saturday from 9:15-3pm? In fact, how many Moms get to ski every Saturday? I'll give you a hint...not many and not me!
The storm continues one dumping another two feet overnight. Skiing some awesome powder off the Pioneer lift at Park City Mountain Resort.
Today I turned the camera on my good friend and local powder skier George Goodman. George shows us some of his favorite spots to ski on PCMR powder day.
After a blizzard rolled through town on Tuesday night, the skiing was going off at Solitude! Also additional information on Park City Mountain Resort.
Here is the latest info on the Blizzard of 2010, terrain openings, and another Powder Day at Alta.
What are the Snowmamas and the Snowpapas? I plan to infiltrate this group of cyber-shredders and find out what they are all about.
Park City Mountain Resort announced today that it is extending the 2009-2010 winter season to April 18, 2010.
The Park City StartNow program provides Utah locals the chance to learn to ski or snowboard for only $25.
A recent visit to Pinecone Ridge at PCMR reminded me there are still some wild places within the ropes of local resorts.