At a time when you need an outlet more than ever, we are excited to introduce the ideal winter escape-WINTER SOUL FEST.
WINTER SOUL FEST will take place annually during the last week in January at Breckenridge Resort in Breckenridge, Colorado-a world class winter destination. This will be the premier winter destination for professionals. We’ll give you more than just great skiing, snowboarding and scenic views.
We’ll also provide you with great parties, comedy shows, concerts, networking opportunities, and celebrity meet and greets. This festival was designed to be the place where people from all across the country come to have a fun, network with new people, find new business opportunities, and probably find their soul mates.
We will be adding new activities and talent to the website regularly, so please check back from time to time and definitely get your space reserved NOW. We look forward to spending time with you in January at WINTER SOUL FEST! Social Architects Craig Morton, Kenny Johnson & Louis Oliver
There have been more serious snowfalls on both East and West sides of the continent.
On the East Coast the “snowicane” that paralyzed the region for nearly a week has set many ski areas up to be skiing well into Spriong 2010. After ending February with nearly 2.4m (eight feet) of natural snowfall over five days Belleayre in New York state is primed for a monumental March. To the north Le Massif, an hour outside Quebec City in Quebec, Canada, reported 72cm (28 inches) of fresh snow too.
On the western side of the continent nearly three feet (90cm) of snow has fallen at Beaver Creek and Vail, while Breckenridge received 28 inches (71cm); Heavenly, 25 inches (64cm), and Keystone was walloped with 20 inches (51cm). The heavens opened with 10 straight days of relentless snow in Colorado resorts and Pacific storms in the west.
Despite the fluctuating weather conditions in Vancouver for the Olympic Games, most of the rest of North America’s ski areas are reporting great ski conditions.
Mt Washington, the Vancouver 2010 Olympic training site close to the Games sites is currently leading the world with the greatest reported snow accumulation of 4.6m (15.3 feet) to date. Mount Washington also had the most snow in the past week with nearly 90cm (three feet) more. In the US all 50 states reported snow lying at some point on their terrain during Valentine’s day.
With fresh snow right across North America, it’s the US and Canada that have seen the most fresh snow of the past seven days anywhere in the world.
Falls have been particularly heavy on the West coast and while there has been rain at lower elevations causing major headaches for Olympic organisers, Whistler has actually seen some of the most snow in the world in the past week with 68cm (2.3 feet) accumulated on middle and upper elevations.
Other western resorts reporting big falls include Jackson Hole, Vail, Big Sky, Breckenridge and in Alaska, Alyeska, all of which have received more than 60cm (two feet).
There’s been snow on the east too, with the excellent ski area of Mt Sutton in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, for example, receiving more than 40cm over the weekend. Cold weather has also allowed for snowmaking at many resorts in the East.