The Icemen Cometh – Triathlete

The Icemen Cometh – Triathlete

Exclusively available to members Join our club to gain access to this adventure and enjoy other amazing benefits. We provide a variety of refinance and purchase loan programs. With options for low down payments and flexible credit criteria, is one park financial legit that can assist you from the moment …

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Ski Poles Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, USA – Ski poles market The 2022-2029 report has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with input from industry experts. The Ski Pole Market study sheds light on the significant growth momentum that is likely to prevail during the assessment period 2022-2029. The study offers statistics …

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People can tell how classy you are based on the state you live in

If you live in California, chances are you have expensive tastes. More than people who live in any other part of the country. New research reveals states with the most expensive tastes, and Californians top the list for those seeking the most luxurious lifestyle in the United States But you …

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Best senior travel discounts in 2022

What are the best travel discounts available for seniors? My husband and are about to retire and want to travel more, but live on a tight budget. Thrifty travelers Dear Frugal, There are literally hundreds of different travel-related discounts available for older travelers that can add up to save you …

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Rotary Club of Lynnwood awards $55,000 in student scholarships

LYNNWOOD, Wash., May 20, 2022 – The Rotary Club of Lynnwood presented $55,000 in scholarships to students on Thursday, May 19 at the Lynnwood Convention Center, for their outstanding academic achievements and commitment to community service. “We are very proud of these children. We are so grateful to have so …

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The couple make holidays accessible to everyone

Adrian and Hannah Stone in front of the Las Piedras Hotel. / J. RHODES Hannah and Adrian Stone have run Las Piedras in the Axarquía for 20 years, having worked in the care and travel industries Hannah and Adrian Stone have been running Hotel Las Piedras in Alcaucín, Axarquía, for …

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Australia Holidays: Why a ski trip to Thredbo, NSW should be on your bucket list this winter

Thredbo in the Snowy Mountains of NSW. Photo / Destination New South Wales A little piece of Europe across the divide, Thredbo is the perfect location for your next ski holiday. Installing a new mountain gondola would be difficult at the best of times, let alone while bushfires raged nearby …

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Sports News Roundup: No replacement for Russian GP, ​​F1 season now has 22 races; Alpine skiing-Shiffrin will ‘absolutely’ break World Cup record, says Vonn and more

Here is a summary of current sports news briefs. Cricket-Lord’s will turn red, white and blue for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Lord’s will be a sea of ​​red, white and blue in England’s first Test against New Zealand next month as Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) join UK celebrations …

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You can ski in June at Mammoth Mountain – NBC Los Angeles

WINTER INTO SUMMER? It sounds like the title of a dramatic and slightly surreal novel, the kind of story that can swirl a reader through various places, spaces and times of the year, with a very high adventure as an enchanting end result. But sometimes a really big adventure, involving …

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Top 10 small towns in France for memorable summer vacations

The most visited country in the world, France is an undisputed jewel of Europe, home to centuries of history, culture, fine cuisine, music, fashion and unforgettable natural wonders. While its capital Paris is renowned the world over, the small towns of France have their own beauty and charm that will …

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The ski/snowboard season officially ends on Sunday

LITTLE COTTONWOOD CANYON, Utah — Skiers and snowboarders have one last chance to get their ride before Utah’s last winter resort closes for the season. Snowbird announced on Saturday that it would only be open for one more day: Sunday, May 15. “While conditions at the top have been ideal …

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Adolph Carl “Bud” Zinn | Waukesha County Obituaries

Adolf Carl “Bud” Zinn Bud, of Hartland and formerly of Naples, Florida, passed away peacefully at the hands of God on May 11, 2022, surrounded by family and dear friends. He is welcomed into heaven by his beloved wife of 67 years, June Helen, and their three children, Cory, Peggy …

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minor, ex-boyfriend and cops assaulted

The Missoula County Attorney’s Office filed 14 new criminal complaints this week, the same amount as last week and about the weekly average. According to County Attorney Kirsten Pabst, six of those cases involved interpersonal violence. “In one of them we charged with assault on a minor,” Pabst said. “The …

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[PHOTOS] Another spring storm moves through the Sierra, bringing 17″ of snowfall to Palisades Tahoe, California

[PHOTOS] Another spring storm moves through the Sierra, bringing 17″ of snowfall to Palisades Tahoe, California

Credit: Kate Abraham/Palisades Tahoe Over the past week, the high mountain of Palisades Tahoe has received 17 inches of fresh snow. This storm brought cold temperatures that helped preserve the existing snow and provide better coverage on the resort’s open trails. The resort will continue to operate Friday through Sunday …

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Global Ski Bindings Market Regional Demand | Country Data 2022-2029

This handy and detailed Ski Bindings Market report provides a clear picture of trade regulations, Ski Bindings market expansion, new product launches, and innovations. It identifies the Ski Bindings market trends and future market growth during the year 2022-2029. It also introduces Ski Bindings market competition among the major market …

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Park City Mountain Resort gets new leadership, as VP Mike Goar moves on

Deirdra Walsh will oversee the new paid parking program, elevator upgrades and construction of employee housing (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) People descend on the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort as clear skies and recent fresh snow draw crowds Saturday, Dec. 18, 2021. | May 10, 2022, …

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The perfect sparkling wines to enjoy during your holidays

Holidays can be the highlight of the year for some people, saving up to travel to a distant exotic country or just traveling across your country to the seaside or mountain slopes. Anywhere in the world can be your next destination, it’s fun to walk into a travel agency and …

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Obituary: revelation of Michael Raymond | AspenTimes.com

January 3, 1985 – May 1, 2022 Michael Raymond Reveal was born in Aspen, CO on January 3, 1985 – the first baby that year. A beloved husband, father, son, brother and friend. He left this world on May 1, 2022, at the age of 37. Those who know Michael …

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On Spider Sabich Day at Snowmass, the ski racing icon was honored for her footprint and legacy

Photo courtesy of Christin Cooper Billy Kidd: ‘The film captured the essence of Spider’ The ski racing community gathered at the base of the ski area where Vladimir Peter “Spider” Sabich reigned as Director of Skiing before his untimely death at age 31 during skiing’s glamorous heyday in the 1970s …

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I would like: Michèle A’Court would have liked to know the stock markets earlier

After training as a journalist, writer/actress/comedian Michèle A’Court ventured into the entertainment industry and has worked in print, theatre, radio and television ever since, starting as a television presenter Children’s What Now in 1987. She’s written books about raising strong girls and falling/staying in love, and performed in stand-up shows …

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Park City Council delays Quinn’s Junction park-and-ride project ‘indefinitely’

While the project isn’t technically dead, there won’t be a new Park & ​​Ride lot on the east end of Park City ready for next winter’s traffic. The city council voted on Thursday to postpone the project indefinitely. Instead, the city will explore a pilot program at the rarely used …

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Other roles you’ve seen the actors play

Ending May 4 and available to stream on Disney+, moon knight is the sixth and final television series from Marvel Studios. Receiving universal acclaim and keeping viewers glued to the edge of their seats, this MCU Phase Four show takes audiences into darker territory less often experienced in the Marvel …

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9 of the most unique local staycations to check out this fall

Without a doubt, fall is our favorite time to travel to Aotearoa. Between the golden technicolor leaves and the crisp, cool breeze, the atmosphere of fall is unmatched by any other season. It’s also the perfect excuse to finally book that epic accommodation you’ve been coveting. Whether it’s a rural …

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Vail Resorts vows to fight condemnation of affordable housing plots

North America’s largest resort operator goes to war with its namesake city. Vail City Council voted Tuesday night to condemn a parcel where Vail Resorts plans to spend $17 million to build affordable housing for 165 workers. Dozens of Vail Resorts executives, employees and managers crammed into council chambers Tuesday …

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8 best ski resorts in Andorra

Andorra is a point on the map between Spain and France and is renowned for a few notable things – three of which are duty free shops, tobacco and of course ski resorts. Ideally located in the Pyrenees, Andorra is a skiing sensation offering slopes for all levels. From snowboarding …

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Colorado mountain resorts slash summer offerings as labor crisis persists

The Aspen Skiing Co. Canopy Tour, which was built by Bonsai, in Snowmass is usually booked all summer.Anna Stonehouse/The Aspen Times Archive Vail Resorts announced its summer plans at its major resorts last week and one thing was conspicuously missing. Ziplining and canopy tours, once the backbone of an industry-wide …

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Luke Evans ‘finds love with hunky graphic designer Fran Tomas’

‘They’re getting better and better’: Luke Evans ‘finds love with hunky graphic designer Fran Tomas’ after split from art director Rafael Olarra By Owen Tonks for Mailonline Published: 3:56 p.m. EDT, May 1, 2022 | Update: 3:56 p.m. EDT, May 1, 2022 Luke Evans reportedly found love with Spanish graphic …

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Ski areas in more than 15 countries open in May

Ski areas in at least 15 countries on four continents are open in May and a number are reporting fresh snowfall until the end of April. About 150 ski areas are still open in the northern hemisphere and, very exceptionally, a ski area opened in South America almost two months …

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To finish! Bigg Boss celebrity Arshi Khan denies secret engagement rumors in Dubai

Mumbai: After Arshi Khan retired from national television show swayamwar, it was rumored that Arshi would get engaged in Dubai. However, the actress reveals that she is on vacation. Also Read: Arshi Khan Reveals Why She Accepted a SWAYAMVAR on TV and Her MARRIAGE PLANS… She says, “I looped for …

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The best games we played at PAX East 2022

This year’s PAX East was a bit of an odd experience. The last time we saw the show was just a few weeks before the whole country started to shut down due to the pandemic. After a canceled show in 2021, the Boston Convention Center was once again packed with …

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The Man Behind the Grand America • Salt Lake Magazine

The Great America is Salt Lake City’s flagship hotel. As in, it’s literally a landmark. Its gray granite facade is visible from all over the valley. For 19 years, Bruce Fery has run The Grand and also, since 2011, the Holding family’s portfolio of independent properties, including Little Americas in …

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How does the EU make your job easier and safer?

Losses due to cybercrime were estimated at over €5.2 trillion in 2021. This is more than the combined GDP of France, Italy and Spain in 2020. Whether you are an individual, a small business or a large multinational, if you rely on IT, you are vulnerable. No wonder the EU …

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Mountain Lion seen walking past the ski resort webcam

^Credit: Indy Pass media kit/Sunlight Mountain Resort Troy Hawks, Director of Marketing and Sales at Sunlight Mountain Resort, COjust shared a great photo taken by one of the resort’s webcams. The image shows a mountain lion walking around the frame in early December. Hawks shared the image on his Twitter …

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Top 5 most-read stories last week: Dillon Amphitheater lineup, ski industry news, more affordable housing

Shakey Graves plays a sold-out show at the Dillon Amphitheater on Friday, August 8, 2022. The amphitheater has announced some of its lineup for this upcoming summer season.Jenise Jensen/Town of Dillon The stories on this list have received the most pageviews on SummitDaily.com over the past week. 1. Dillon Amphitheater …

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Interview with Gabrielle: My friends tried to get me to glamp – I told them: “No! » | Travel

Ohen I go on vacation, my motto is: think big or go home. Why would I want to camp? I’ve had friends talk about glamping and I’ve been like “Hell no!”; I always like a nice hotel with running water, toilets and security. I like being able to lock the …

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Oleg Tinkov, the Russian tycoon who denounced the “mad war” in Ukraine

Outspoken Russian banking magnate Oleg Tinkov has managed to walk a fine line in the three decades it took to build his multi-billion dollar fortune, staying neither too close nor too far from the Kremlin. But this week he became the most high-profile Russian entrepreneur to attack President Vladimir Putin’s …

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Can you take a summer vacation while fighting inflation?

SHansche/Getty Images/iStockphoto Prices are rising faster than they have in 40 years. In March, inflation was up 8.5% year-on-year. This is the biggest increase since 1981. And prices are up in everything from energy to food. With no end in sight, you might be wondering if your budget has room …

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A new flight path makes it easier for South Australians to hit the slopes this winter • Glam Adelaide

Share Tweeter Share Share E-mail Image credit: Mount Hotham Get ready all snow bunnies, because getting your fix of fresh powder just got a whole lot easier thanks to Qantas. A new flight route has been announced which will allow Adelaides faster and direct access to our country’s ski areas. …

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Vacation in the USA: Have the adventure of a lifetime in Alaska, home to glaciers and wonderful wildlife

Aboard a high-speed catamaran along an Alaskan fjord, the captain asked, “See that glacier in front of you? How far do you think it is? A dozen of us on a boat trip were traveling under a cloudless blue dome of a massive sky with icicles hitting the hull and …

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Transforming Tignes – A seismic change is happening in the French seaside resort

April 19, 2022 | Jane Peel, Tignes, France Last modification on April 25, 2022 Head to Val d’Isère for the 5-star experience, head to Tignes for the skiing. This is what we often hear about these two French resorts linked by ski lifts. But things change, and a real estate …

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Vermont ski resorts see more business this season

While parts of Vermont may see snow Monday evening, many ski resorts in Vermont and elsewhere have closed for the season. This year has been critical as some stations have attempted to make up for seasons interrupted by the pandemic. Some ski resorts claim last season brought higher attendance and …

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Shane McFalls: Adventures on Otis Lane. A thank you to the ski community

Many clichés circulate in the world of skiing. There are so many “Legends” and for a while it was all “epic”, but when it’s really needed it’s a community like no other. Shane McFalls was the filmmaker/engine behind one of the best things ever in freeskiing: traveling circus and the …

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12 Great Montana Vacation Rentals Near Glacier National Park

Nestled in northwest Montana, Glacier National Park sits along the spine of the Rocky Mountains, straddling the Continental Divide. Glacier peaks and valleys occupy over 1,500 square miles of wilderness. Popular activities include hiking, biking, camping, fishing, photography, boating, cross-country skiing, and more. An essential part of any glacier visit, …

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Jaclyn Sienna India, the travel guide for presidents

Jaclyn Sienna India, whose clients include former US President George Bush, talks exclusive vacations, post-pandemic challenges and why even billionaires can get kicked out Jaclyn Sienna India, whose clients include former US President George Bush, talks exclusive vacations, post-pandemic challenges and why even billionaires can get kicked out Exclusivity, discretion …

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9 Small Towns in Pennsylvania Where Everyone Knows Your Name

Some towns in Pennsylvania are so small that residents must stay on good terms, as the chances of seeing each other are higher several times a day while going about their business. Even a visitor can be called back to one of these cities with streets rich in history, waiting …

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“I booked 18 months ago, but my ski hotel was downgraded a week before departure” | Travel

✉ My holiday with Crystal Ski, which I had booked over 18 months ago, was changed 11 days before my scheduled departure date. When I received an email with the final details of the trip, I was surprised to find that the resort had changed and the accommodation had been …

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Skiers take advantage of the spring snow at Grouse Mountain in North Vancouver as the cool weather continues

Grouse Mountain will remain open for skiing and snowboarding through May 1, while Cypress and Seymour have ended their ski seasons. Expect cool temperatures to continue this spring, meteorologists say. Cooler-than-usual weather means late-season skiers and boarders still have the chance to enjoy a few bluebird days on the North …

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Ski tips: Tribute to winter 2022

By Dan Egan EBS Columnist Spring is the time of year when you can hear the mountains expire, see the trees kiss the sun, and the longer days beckon us to play outside longer. The warm wind always makes me reflect on the inspiration discovered during the passing winter. I …

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Vail Resorts Announces Investments in Affordable Housing for Park City Mountain, Whistler Blackcomb, Vail Mountain and Okemo Mountain Resort Employees

The new investments will increase the company’s affordable housing stock by more than 10% and align with March 14 commitment to employees BROOMFIELD, Colo., April 11, 2022 /CNW/ – Today, Vail Resorts announced four investments to provide accessible and affordable housing for its employees at Park City Mountain in UtahWhistler …

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Audrey Diwan’s “Happening” wins the Alice Guy prize in France

Happening, the film by Audrey Diwan, winner of the Golden Lion of Venice, won the Alice Guy prize for best French film directed by a woman of the year. The Alice Guy Award, which was named in honor of the first female director, was created by veteran film journalist Véronique …

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Coronavirus COVID-19 Fully Flexible Protocols

In order to take care of travelers determined to explore this big and beautiful world, we have introduced “fully flexible” protocols for all bookings: All reservations are ‘fully flexible’ – if you need to cancel your trip for reasons beyond your control and your travel insurance does not cover you, …

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The I-70 Coalition says gas price increases are making public transit the most affordable option to and from Front Range

A Summit Stage bus stops on Main Street in Frisco on Tuesday, August 31, 2021. The I-70 coalition is pushing more passengers to take advantage of regional transportation options like the Bustang and Pegasus and local transportation options such as the Summit Stage as gasoline prices continue to rise.Grace Coomaraswamy/For …

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RTE star Donal Skehan leaves fans in hysterics as he hits Swedish runways in ‘iconic’ outfits

RTE star Donal Skehan left his fans in hysterics as he hit the Swedish slopes in ‘iconic’ outfits. The celebrity chef flew to his wife, Sofie’s home country, for a skiing holiday with their two children – Noah and Oliver. 2 Donald pouted with his hands on his hips in …

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France’s second largest exhibition chain, CGR Cinemas, is up for sale

Slowly emerging from a two-year pandemic, France’s second-largest multiplex chain behind Pathé, CGR Cinémas, was brought to market by its owners, Luc Raymond and Charles Raymond, Variety confirmed. The family business is worth an estimated $1.1 billion, according to longtime CGR chief executive Jocelyn Bouyssy, who has been asked to …

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A man dies in an avalanche on Mount Whistler

A 34-year-old man from Whistler, British Columbia, was killed Tuesday in an avalanche within the confines of the Whistler Blackcomb ski resort. According to Vail Resorts, the company that owns Whistler Blackcomb, the “skiing incident” happened on Whistler Mountain in the West Ridge area and was followed by members of …

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Ski Clothing Market Size, Growth Drivers, and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – The research study on the Electrodeposited (ED) Copper Foil Market offers you detailed and precise analyzes to strengthen your position on the market. It provides the latest updates and powerful insights into the Electrodeposited Copper (ED) Foil industry to help you improve your business tactics …

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AP COVID Hospitality Bulletin Asia-Pacific

New release. AP Asia-Pacific (HOG) Hotel Operators Guide is the industry’s most established publication in Asia Pacific to guide investors and owners in understanding the scale, presence and capabilities of hotel operators in the region. HOG highlights the geographic distribution and brand presence of existing properties and pipeline supply, as …

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Les Arcs Ski Pass Prices | Save money on lift passes

Are there offers and discounts on Les Arcs ski passes?You bet there are! Les Arcs offers discounted ski passes for groups of two and three people, families, online shopping, beginners, disabled skiers, latecomers to the ski season… Group ski passes in Les ArcsReduced rates on ski passes are available for …

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Fifth Annual Gary Black, Jr. Memorial Celebrates the Spirit of Ski Racing | Sports

It’s a family story. Heather Black (right) and her grandson Harrison Black (left) went out for a super Sunday during the Gary Black, Jr. Memorial Race on Bald Mountain this weekend. Courtesy photo by Heather Foster Nearly 160 Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation athletes, ages 6 to 14, donned their …

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April in Les Arcs: Agenda & Weather

X Speed ​​Ski TourThis is a free event for those who really like to push their limits. Based at the Bulle Café adjacent to the Arcabulle lift in Arc 2000, the X Speed ​​Tour travels the French Alps, commandeering the slopes and pointing speed-guns at people with a verifiable “need …

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TTG – Sponsored Features – Learn about the different Sun Siyam Resorts and who they will appeal to

Perfect for honeymooners, Sun Siyam Iru Veli combines a laid-back vibe with upscale inclusions. All suites have private pools, while snorkeling, spa credit, champagne, and more are part of the premium all-inclusive plan. For romantic treats, consider cocktails at the Chemistry Bar, treatments in the overwater spa and movies under …

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Ice Adventure Skiing on the River Provides Thrills, Chills and Blisters | wild montana

I was trying to convince my fellow Nordic skiers that things weren’t so bad after we covered the first mile with our skis and poles. Perhaps not so surprisingly, I underestimated the amount of snow in the mountains, thinking that by early March the snowpack would be quite healthy. After …

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I visited chalet #1 in the French Alps and it changed my mind about skiing holidays

Few people spend a night in everyone’s number one rated ski lodge. french alps. La Ferme à Jules is invariably fully booked, with winter sports enthusiasts clamoring to book their place in the alpine paradise of Morzine around 12 months in advance. This should come as no surprise to anyone …

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Beautiful Big Sky, Montana offers great skiing fun

In a year of harsh weather and many days where I had to remind myself that there is no such thing as bad skiing, only bad attitudes, my spring skiing trip to Big Sky, Mt. , (bigskyresort.com) was the balm my “missing perfect snow” soul needed. Since they’ll be open …

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France doubles its glory at the ISMF World Long Distance Team Championships

You viewed more than 50 articles in the last 12 months. Keep Olympic News Free Support insidethegames.biz for just £10 For nearly 15 years now, insidethegames.biz has been at the forefront of fearless reporting on what’s happening in the Olympic Movement. As the first website not to be placed behind …

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At Donner Summit, the snowpack is 47% of average

For those who study the snowpack, April 1st is no joke. It’s record breaking day, when measurements reveal how much water is in the snowpack and how much water California needs to survive the summer. Historically, scientists have chosen April 1 as the big day for snow measurements because, at …

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New surgical technique reduces ACL tears in teens

A new surgical technique performed during anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction has resulted in lower recurrence rates and favorable patient-reported outcomes in young adolescents 2 years after surgery, according to study results presented at the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) 2022 Annual Meeting held March 22-26, 2022 in Chicago. …

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Tim Heffron tames the Iron Dog | Driggs

Using a combination of Teton Valley tough and Minnesota nice, Tim Heffron finished the infamous Iron Dog snowmobile race as a Polaris ambassador. With a course that spans more than 2,600 miles through the Alaskan backcountry, Heffron and his team of nine have mastered “the longest, toughest snowmobile race in …

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Can growth and quality of life coexist? This valley in Utah is looking for answers

Cache Valley in northern Utah, home to the bustling college town of Logan but also more than a dozen rural and farming towns, is a microcosm of what’s out West. Cache County is growing. Quickly. Last year, it ranked among the five fastest growing counties in Utah, which topped the …

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Vail Resorts acquires its first European property

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Access everything we publish when you >”,”name”:”in-content-cta”,”type”:”link”}}”>subscribe to Outside+. It was only a matter of time before Vail Resorts (VR) gained a foothold in Europe, and that moment has now come with the news that the company is buying …

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Why Spring is a Great Time to Visit Montana’s Big Sky Resort

Grand Sky Resort Grand Sky Resort No wonder skiers are flocking to Montana Grand Sky Resort year after year. The snow is downright plentiful, as the resort records an average annual snowfall of around 400 inches. And since Big Sky opens on Thanksgiving Day and closes the season in mid-April, …

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Sun Valley celebrates eight decades of skiing

STORY AND PHOTOS BY KAREN BOSSICK Bryce James lived a life of freestyle skiing, speed skiing and extreme skiing until a paragliding accident left him paralyzed with the diagnosis that he would never walk again. He regained his health and walked again recalling fond memories of the 1970s …

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Paying taxes in 2022: what you need to know

I was lured into the meme stock craze. What should I know? The federal government comes to collect its share of your winnings. If you trade in a regular brokerage account (not a tax-advantaged individual retirement account, for example) and make a profit, you may owe capital gains taxes. Short-term …

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Garfield County shines at national ski and snowboard championships

Elle Murphy of Glenwood Springs competes in a national collegiate ski meet in Lake Placid, New York.Submitted / John DiGiacomo Recently, two athletes from Garfield County helped the University of Sierra Nevada dominate official national competition in collegiate skiing and snowboarding. The United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association hosted …

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5 things to know for March 25: Ukraine, Capitol riot, SCOTUS, immigration, climate

CNN — Holiday mode: activated. If you’re on the West Coast, grab your shades and hit the beach this weekend. Most of the western United States will experience record heat over the next few days. However, not everyone is thrilled to get a taste of summer. March is considered peak …

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Faroe Islands mark no time to die with James Bond headstone

Screenshot: Faroe Islands Guide In the words of Billie Eilish’s Bond theme: “Are you death or heaven? It turns out that the island of Kalsoy in the Faroe Islands is both as James Bond’s final resting place. The location served as the explosive setting for the last we would see …

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3 new names for your list of ski resorts

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Spring Skiing at Sunlight – The Sopris Sun

Sunlight is a great ski resort! It is located 20 km from Glenwood Springs. If you’re a beginner, Sunlight offers ski and snowboard lessons and contains plenty of beginner slopes. If you are more experienced, the other half of the mountain has more intermediate runs. There are three chairlifts, the …

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When do mask mandates on planes end?

Beyond England, Northern Ireland, Norway and Barbados, destinations that currently have no in-air mask requirements include Mexico, Saint Lucia, the Bahamas and Jamaica. The United States, Scotland, Italy and China are among the many countries that continue to require masks on planes. Airport rules may be stricter than airplane rules …

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Action slope: Orelle is the ideal base for late-season skiing in France | ski holidays

Jhe last race of the day is often a scrum as everyone races down the same hill in pursuit of an après-ski beer. As the afternoon light faded, I cruised from the 3,000 meter Col de Thorens down an empty track, wondering where everyone else was. Val Thorens, probably, or …

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Inside A Place in the Sun hosts Danni Menzies’ glam ski vacation at a luxury French resort

DANNI Menzies has shared a glimpse of her ski vacation at a stunning French resort. The Scottish TV host, 33, posted snaps and images from her glamorous getaway which included glorious views and hours on the mountains. 5 Danni posed in front of a stunning backdropCredit: Instagram/danni.menzies 5 She is …

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Skiers tie the knot on a Vermont mountain amid a major snowstorm

But she wasn’t there just to hit the slopes. She was there to marry Matthew Gnoza in a way that could put other winter weddings to shame. “My something old was my skis, my something new was my ski outfit, my something borrowed was my veil from a friend, and …

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The 130mph free fall in the shadow of the Eiger was terrifying – but I would do it again

Aerial pursuits have long been a top activity in the mountains and skydiving and helicopter sightseeing tours are as much a part of the summer offering in Europe’s top resorts as winter, but as destinations seek to expand their appeal beyond pure snow sports, there are more and more thrilling …

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Decathlon enters the snow enthusiast market after Aldi’s special sale is canceled

Sports equipment retailer Decathlon pounced on the cancellation of Aldi’s special purchases sale of snow equipment, with the French giant saying it was not suffering from supply chain problems. In an announcement today, Decathlon said it was ‘increasing supply’ in response to Aldi’s announcement and had ‘enough stock for everyone’. …

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French ski resorts celebrate snowfall: opening dates and rules

The first snowfall arrived in southwestern France last night (November 2) after an area of ​​low pressure brought cool temperatures and rainfall to Haute-Garonne. Today (November 3) at more than 1,500 meters, the wet weather is expected to change to snowfall of 10 to 20 cm, increasing to 25 to …

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Czech Republic named 9th best destination in the world for active holidays – Brno Daily

The Czech Republic is the 9th best destination for an active holiday, according to fitness platform Gymcatch, mainly due to the country’s appeal to hikers, cyclists and skiers. Photo credit: Freepik Czech Republic, March 19 (BD) – The Czech Republic is the 9th best destination in the world for tourists …

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Shortcuts: Cunard’s new liner, a record ski season and tour operators helping Ukrainian refugees

Southampton The design studio behind some of London’s best-known hotels and restaurants, including Claridge’s, Berkeley, Wolseley and Delaunay, has unveiled plans for its first cruise ship, Cunard’s new Queen Anne . David Collins Studio is working alongside fellow Londoner Richmond International and Parisian designer Sybille de Margerie on the Queen …

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After disappointing Olympics, Mikaela Shiffrin wins overall World Cup title

Mikaela Shiffrin had just finished lunch on Thursday in the picturesque French Alps village of Courchevel. An hour earlier, with a second-place finish in a super-G race – a day after a win in a downhill race – Shiffrin clinched the overall World Cup season title, skiing’s biggest prize. competition, …

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Five of the most popular ski destinations for families

1. La Plagne, France Small resorts are often hailed as family-friendly, but are limited for parents who really want to put miles under their skis. Here, the ski-in ski-out villages are set on 265 miles of slopes, linked to Les Arcs. There are Coolski beginner areas throughout the region and …

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Ski map artist James Niehues set to release original Vermont, New Hampshire and Idaho Resort art to the public on March 17

James Niehues; Image: James Niehues The inimitable artist responsible for creating intimate depictions of more than 200 ski areas around the world is set to release more than two dozen original works of art from famous resorts in Vermont, New Hampshire and Australia. ‘Idaho for public purchase. This artist, James …

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In Indian Wells, Daniil Medvedev faces backlash over Ukraine invasion

Navratilova, who was born in 1956 in the Czechoslovakian capital Prague, remembers playing a Russian in a junior tournament there shortly after the invasion of the Soviet Union and other Warsaw Pact countries in 1968 to suppress a democratic movement. “I know it’s so emotionally difficult,” she said. “I was …

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Canada’s new rare ski adventure

And, of course, there’s the fact that we opted for this type of ski trip over the typical high-carbon ski vacation. A heliskiing day for a single person is slightly less than the carbon footprint of an economy class seat on a New York-Los Angeles flight; and armies of snowcats …

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The curtain rises on the Beijing Paralympic Games, Chinese and Ukrainian athletes shine

The flame was extinguished during the Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing, which were overshadowed by the conflict in Ukraine. China topped the medal table at the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games with 61 medals. () The Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing have come to an end after the banning of competitors …

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French ski resorts return to ‘normal’ as Covid rules disappear

March 13, 2022 | Jane Peel, French Alps Last modified on March 17, 2022 The vaccination pass and the obligation to wear masks indoors are abolished in France from this Monday. This is good news for ski resorts as they enter the final six weeks of their season. The lifting …

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Gondola connecting 2 Tahoe ski resorts will open for next winter – NBC Bay Area

A long-awaited gondola connecting two Lake Tahoe ski resorts that was embroiled in a legal battle will be completed for the 2022-23 ski season in Palisades Tahoe, resort officials say. Alterra Mountain Co., the resorts’ Denver-based parent company, broke ground last spring on the $65 million project that it says …

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First steps: trade the plane for the train during a ski holiday in Les Arcs

Les Arcs desperately needs you to take the train there. Desperate. “We have carried out an audit of our carbon footprint – 57% of it comes from customers who come to the resort,” explains Laura Cumin, ski area manager. “We are doing our part and we really want to encourage …

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What I’ve learned from half a century of skiing – and why it’ll never be quite like the heyday of the 60s

Strengthening of attractiveness Then: January 1965 At 22, I would never have traded the village pub crawl – though tame half a century ago before the extravagance of the Folie Douce reached the Alps – for the most top of Europe. When I first started in Grindelwald, this engineering marvel …

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Even before the war, thousands of people were fleeing Russia for the United States

LOS ANGELES — Last fall, Iuliia Shuvalova and Sergei Ignatev, a young Russian couple, sold their car and took out a loan to pay for a vacation at a resort in Mexico’s Riviera Maya. But they weren’t going on vacation. And they had no intention of returning to Russia. Once …

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Devotions of Doug Devin – Methow Valley News

Skiing was central to longtime residents’ love of the Methow Valley During his 94 years, Doug Devin did a lot of things – he ran a printing company, raised hay and cattle, and even worked for the CIA – but his all-consuming passion was skiing. Although the Mazama resident is …

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Longboard ski racing returns to its Californian birthplace

JOHNSVILLE, Calif. — Fast — as befits a question about alpine ski racing: where did it all start? If Scandinavia comes to mind, consider this: Years before there were organized races in Europe, miners raced down mountains competitively in a part of California known as the Lost Sierra. , a …

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GNTO promotes winter tourism in Greece through mountain skiing event

Aiming to promote Greece winter tourism options, the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) recently supported Pierra Crete international mountain skiing event. A bi-annual mountaineering event, Pierra Creta was held on Mount Psiloritis on the island of Crete on March 4-5. According to the General Secretary of the GNTO Dimitris Fragakisthe …

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Ski resorts welcome more snow in Utah in March

WEBER COUNTY, UTAH (ABC4 News) – A good helping of snow helped Utah’s lackluster snowpack and ski resorts. Last weekend’s snowfall brought up to 14 inches of snow to Wasatch Front valley bottoms and up to 19 inches to some mountainous areas, according to the National Weather Service. The Utah …

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More two-tier skiers are victims of car burglaries

Another popular ski resort in the Twin Tiers reports an afternoon of fun on the slopes ruined by burglars locked Vehicles. Pennsylvania State Police say more than half a dozen skiers at Elk Mountain in Susquehanna County found their locked vehicles broken into and credit cards and cash stolen between …

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Adam Hall wins bronze at Beijing Paralympic Winter Games

Adam Hall won bronze in the standing super combined at the Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing, after dominating the slalom portion of the event. Adam Hall wins bronze in the super combined at the Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing. (Source: Getty) Hall entered the slalom in 15th place after the …

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Skier Mollie Jepsen races to Canada’s first gold medal at the Paralympic Games in Beijing

Alpine skier Mollie Jepsen won Canada’s first gold medal at the Paralympic Games in Beijing on Saturday in China. The 22-year-old skier from West Vancouver, B.C., won the women’s standing downhill with a time of one minute 21.75 seconds, bettering the bronze medal she won four years ago at Pyeongchang. …

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Snowboard: Fun, for those who have access to it

The author and his snowboard. Photo by Mike Lynch Reflecting on more than bruises on a recent Gore outing By Klarisse Torriente We arrived in Gore around noon on the second Saturday in January, parked in the last available parking lot, put on our warmest clothes and boarded a shuttle. …

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Ukrainian team hails ‘miracle’ arrival of Paralympic Games in Beijing

Published on: 03/03/2022 – 11:30 Beijing (AFP) – The arrival of Ukrainian athletes at the Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing is a ‘miracle’, the team’s senior official said on Thursday, with bombs narrowly falling as they were gone during the Russian invasion . Ukrainian Paralympic Committee President Valeriy Sushkevych said …

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March in Les Arcs: Agenda & Weather

St. Patrick’s DayMarch could be considered the month of celebration here in Les Arcs. Longer days and warmer weather improve après-ski, while more adults and fewer kids mean longer nights at the bars. Of course, one of the biggest holidays of the season is March 17th. For St. Patrick’s Day, …

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Didn’t know you could ski there: Turkey

Turkey is a popular and affordable beach destination for Brits, but many don’t know that there’s good skiing too (it’s just as affordable!). In fact, more than half of the country is classified as mountainous, and they are also big mountains, the highest Mount Ağrı (Ararat) 5,137m… it’s more than …

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Sports reaction to the Russian attack on Ukraine | Busselton-Dunsborough Courier

SPORT’S RESPONSE TO RUSSIA’S INVASION OF UKRAINE The flags and anthems of Russia and Belarus are prohibited in all World Archery international events. Athletes and officials from Russia and Belarus are barred from all World Series of Athletics events, including the World Team Race Walking Championships in Oman this weekend, …

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The Palisades Tahoe gondola will open by next winter, connecting two classic resorts

For more stories like this, check out The Chronicle’s weekly travel newsletter! Register here. Next winter, skiers and snowboarders will be able to ride a new gondola through the mountains of North Lake Tahoe between the Alpine Meadows and Olympic Valley ski areas. Construction on the $65 million gondola project …

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Turin 2006, an Italian odyssey

The world’s best winter para-athletes gathered in Turin, Italy for the ninth edition of the Paralympic Winter Games in 2006, with the growth of the Games following the trajectory of the past. The Torino 2006 Paralympic Winter Games took place from March 10-19 and involved 479 athletes (375 men and …

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The new luxury lodge transforming this antiquated French ski resort

The Paradiski area is huge and spectacular. Linked to La Plagne in 2003 by the Vanoise Express, it would be impossible, even for good skiers staying in Les Arcs, to get bored there. After a long morning hitting the slopes, we skied until lunch (always a good ploy) before stopping …

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Kristoffersen wins WCup slalom as Round 1 leader Nef falters

GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (AP) — Henrik Kristoffersen ended a year-long wait for his 20th career victory in slalom on Saturday, triumphing at the first men’s World Cup after the Beijing Olympics. And the Norwegian skier put himself in the running for what would also be his third title of the season …

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