Thursday, March 27, 2014


What an extraordinary season we have had...and it continues!  In the past 24 hours a new 7" on Aspen Mountain, another 9" on Snowmass....AND it's still snowing! 

There's still so much to do, in addition to the incredible skiing and riding!

NASTAR National Championships - March 26 - 30One of the most exciting amateur ski racing competition in America, the 2014 Nature Valley NASTAR National Championships.NASTAR, the largest public grassroots ski race program in the world, and skiers from approximately 45 states, ranging in age from three to 90 are here to compete for national titles in various divisions of the Nature Valley NASTAR National Championships.
YOU CAN DO IT TOO!  Great place to spot future racers!


Bud Light Big Air Fridays - Bud Light Big Air Friday’s take place again tomorrow on March 28th. The event begins at 2 pm on Upper Fanny Hill in Snowmass. Entering its 13th year in Snowmass, Big Air Fridays attracts competitors from everywhere.  Athletes will showcase the newest and most progressive tricks around off of the 40-foot jump on upper Fanny Hill.
You can still register each Friday, open to the public from 1–2pm each Friday and it's FREE. Registration is located under the tent at the base of the big air jump. All competitors are required to wear a helmet and complete a waiver (if you are under 18 years old you must have a parent or guardian complete the waiver). Must be at least 13 years old to compete.
Don’t miss the Little Air competition, inviting kids to come out and compete for giveaways. Stick around for plenty of food and drink specials in Base Village!

FREE Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert featuring Lukas Nelson & P.O.T.R.With Opener Matthew Moon - Saturday, March 29 at 3 pm at Snowmass Base Village
Lukas Nelson and his band P.O.T.R. (Promise of the Real) are an American rock n roll group based out of California. Lukas Nelson and P.O.T.R. have performed over 400 shows in the past 3 years and have played with the likes of Neil Young, John Fogerty, Bob Weir, B.B. King, and Bob Dylan.

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