Our friends at Arizona Snowbowl want you to know that even after the snow melts, the fun continues. This beautiful resort stays open through the summer months with all sorts of fun, family-friendly activities. Temperatures in Flagstaff, AZ, are in the low 80′s in the summer and at the base of Snowbowl are in the low 70′s. So pack your shorts and a sweatshirt and get ready for some summer fun at Arizona Snowbowl.
Take in the dramatic scenery of northern Arizona from a bird’s eye view by spending your summer afternoon on Arizona Snowbowl’s Scenic Chairlift. It’s perfect for the entire family. The three-passenger lift shuttles you up the eastern side of
Arizona is known for its arid climate, but luckily for water loving residents and visitors, Arizona also just happens to be home to some of the best wakeboarding lakes in the country. Here is a quick peek at our top three picks for where to wakeboard when in Arizona. …read more…
The ski season may be winding down, but now is the perfect time to shop for skis!!! Yes, that’s right, it’s clearance mania at Ski Pro. We have to get rid of our previous season’s skis and ski gear so that we can make room for our summer water sports gear and next season’s stuff!! We have amazing deals right now on a bunch of skis by K2, Black Diamond, Salomon, Nordica, Line, and more. At 30-60% off, you can afford to get two pairs! So what we are saying is…go shopping NOW.
(From Spring Skiing 2015: Who’s Still Open Out West? By Becky Lomax)
Despite a mild winter across the West shutting down some ski resorts prematurely, the spring ski and ride season is afoot. The spring ski season brings on the beach parties, pond skimming and corn snow.
One of the most fickle winters has shut down almost half of the ski resorts in western North America by the end of March. But the spring ski season is far from over. The biggest spring party is still on schedule, and some resorts are planning to run into May.
Whistler Blackcomb is gearing up for this year’s World Ski and Snowboard Festival to hit its 20th anniversary milestone. The 10-day run of parties, concerts,
Spring has sprung! The first day of spring was March 20th, and from now until mid-April (May in some places) we have a small window in which to ski our butts off.
Before you hit the slopes, you might want to keep in mind a few things for skiing in the spring versus winter skiing:
We’d like to wish all of our Ski Pro customers and fans a Happy St. Patrick’s Day and let you know some great news. Arizona Snowbowl will continue operating seven days a week through Sunday, March 29th and will re-open Friday – Sunday for the first two weekends in April. Their projected last day of the 2014/15 winter season will be Sunday, April 12, 2015.
Here are their hours for those two weekends in April:
Friday-Sunday 10:00 am-4:00 pm April 3-5th (Easter Sunday is April 5)
Friday-Sunday 10:00 am-4:00 pm April 10-12th
The 2014/15 winter season experienced warm temperatures and below average precipitation. But with Snowbowls’ state
Purg is powderlicious! With nearly three feet of new snow and another storm to come, Purgatory is ready for all its Spring Break visitors!
If you’ve been watching the news, you already know that Durango Mountain Resort has changed its name back to Purgatory. In addition to this news, Purgatory has created some incredible Spring Break Packages exclusively for Ski Pro customers.
Depending on the March dates you choose, Purgatory is offering 20-30% off lodging and 25-30% off lift tickets.