Posts Tagged ‘Ski Pro’
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.
Sunrise Park Resort opened all three mountains this past Saturday, December 14th, and will remain open 7 days a week for the rest of the season.
Sunrise Park Resort has over 800 acres of terrain, 65 trails spread across 3 beautiful mountains, 7 food and beverage outlets, ski school, sports shop, 2 rental shops, childcare facilities and a hotel/lodge just minutes from the slopes.
With all this variety to explore, there is plenty of adventure for friends, families and snow sports fanatics alike.
2013/2014 regular season single day lift ticket rates:
Adult 18-64 - $63
Youth 13-17 – $53
Junior 12 & Under – $28
Senior 65-69 – $30
Senior 70+ – $28
ENTER TO WIN 1 of 20 FREE LIFT TICKETS BY CLICKING THE LINK BELOW.
To be entered in the drawing, you must like our Facebook Page.
Come to Sunrise Park Resort on December 21st, 2013 dressed like Santa or Ms. Claus and receive a free Lift Ticket for that day. For full rules and regulations, please visit our events page HERE.
We have some great deals on everything you need for your favorite winter sport – ski gear, snowboard gear, apparel and more.
Save up to 50% at our Winter Gear Outlet!
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The following Ski Resorts are OPEN!
Sunrise Park Resort
Check out footage from TODAY – December 4th, 2013, at Breckenridge!
“Thank you Mother Nature. It has been an incredible powder day at Breck with more snow on the way. This run of the day was taken on Spruce. Spruce is located directly below the Colorado SuperChair on Peak 8. Now is a great time to make it out to Breck to enjoy some powder.”
Cyber Monday Sale at Ski Pro!
SAVE UP TO 60% OFF!!!
Save an Extra 10% on all previous seasons gear!
use code: CYBER10
Through Monday only!!
Spyder, K2, The North Face, Burton and much more…
If you’re looking for a complete list of all currently open ski resorts, look no further than onthesnow.com.
Their site includes an overview of currently open ski resorts in North America, complete with recent snowfall in inches, base depth, and more.
Check out the video from Ski Pro’s 5th Annual Pro Pro Rider Rail Jam & Sale! Please enjoy and feel free to comment! See you next year! Thank you to our sponsors!! For more info on next year’s Pro Rider Jam please call 480-962-6910.
Ski Pro’s annual Pro Rider Rail Jam is this Saturday, October 19th, 2013, and we are stoked!!
Here are some answers to our most Frequently Asked Questions about the event:
1. Is it open to skiers?
YES, the Rail Jam is open to skiers.
2. How do people sign up to ride/compete?
At this point, all spots are filled. HOWEVER, we do have people drop out on the day of the event. Bring your stuff and sign up to be on standby. Chances are you get in. Otherwise signups are usually 3 weeks prior to the event and fill up fast.
For the 2013-2014 ski season, the race to open is officially underway.
Snow — both from the sky and machine — has now started to fall in Colorado’s high country. Arapahoe Basin and Loveland ski areas on Friday night cranked up their snow guns and started snowmaking operations.
Traditionally, the two ski areas have a friendly competition to see who can open first. As for snowmaking, it seems Loveland got a five-hour head start.
Beginning 6 p.m. Friday [September 27], snowmaking started at both Loveland Basin and Loveland Valley, the ski area said.
Alan Henceroth, COO and vice president of Arapahoe Basin, posted in his blog that temperatures dropped into the teens overnight, prompting snowmaking to begin around 11 p.m. at A-Basin.
“We will make snow every reasonable chance we get. Ideally, we like sustained wet bulb temps of 28 degrees or colder,” Henceroth wrote. “We don’t know yet when we will open, but we will tell everyone as soon as we know.”
Though the National Weather Service said snow is not expected for the mountains before late Thursday into Friday morning, overnight low temperatures near Loveland Pass should be in the upper 20s to lower 30s into next week.
Fall is in the air and winter’s right around the corner – it’s time to gear up for the snow season at the 47th annual Flagstaff Ski Club’s Ski, Snowboard and Winter Clothing Swap and Sale under the BIG tent at the Albertson’s/Verizon parking lot on Rte 66.
Get all you need for winter from local vendors as well as SKI PRO — we will be offering new and used equipment at greatly reduced prices.
Register to win prizes and learn more about the Arizona Snowbowl, Durango Mountain, Telluride and Taos Resorts. The public is welcome to bring in equipment for sale which must be checked in between 12-5pm on September 27th. The Ski Club will sell it and keep just 25%. Those monies will support the local kids’ ski and snowboard racing program, a non-profit youth sports organization.
The swap is open to club members only Friday the 27th from 6-7pm (you can purchase a membership at the door) and to the public from 7-10pm for $5/person or $10/family.
Attend the SKI, SNOWBOARD and WINTER CLOTHING SWAP FOR FREE on Saturday the 28th from 9am-6pm and on Sunday the 29th from 10am-3pm.
Don’t miss your opportunity for the best deals this season at the 47th ANNUAL SKI, SNOWBOARD & WINTER CLOTHING SWAP AND SALE September 28th, 29th and 30th, under the BIG tent at the Albertson’s/Verizon parking lot.
For more call (928)773-9707. SEE YA AT THE SWAP!
Come join us for the Wakeboard Island Cable Contest, this Saturday, September 21st! Starts at 7pm. Compete for cash and prizes, and get a chance to ride with Liquid Force Pro Rider Bob Soven.
See flyer below for more details: