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Red Mountain Announces Line-Up of Events for 08/09 Season

Ski Free, Eat breakfast with Santa, and enter a competition at Red Mountain this winter.

ROSSLAND, B.C. - Red Mountain Resort is all geared up for the upcoming ski season and is pleased to announce their schedule of events for 2008/09. Back by popular demand, Red kicks off the season with another Ski Free Day on December 19. From New Year's Eve celebrations and Spring Break festivities to the epic competitions and after parties, Red is offering events that appeal to all levels of skiers, boarders, families, kids, teens, couples and snow lovers!



December 5, 2008: Opening Day



December 19, 2008: Ski Free Day

Red Mountain has an Exciting Line-Up of Events Planned for the 08/09 Season

Ski Free, Eat breakfast with Santa, and enter a competition at Red Mountain this winter.

ROSSLAND, B.C. - Red Mountain Resort is all geared up for the upcoming ski season and is pleased to announce their schedule of events for 2008/09. Back by popular demand, Red kicks off the season with another Ski Free Day on December 19. From New Year's Eve celebrations and Spring Break festivities to the epic competitions and after parties, Red is offering events that appeal to all levels of skiers, boarders, families, kids, teens, couples and snow lovers!



December 5, 2008: Opening Day



December 19, 2008: Ski Free Day

All-Mountain Ski Test

Gear

Ski testing is hard work. Long hours, little sleep, daily meetings, stacks of paperwork. That's our story, and we're sticking to it.

Smoking Out Some Fools

Travel

How they stay on Swiss time is anybody's guess.

Into the Woods

Travel

New trails at Bretton Woods mean only one thing to Boston skiers: Take Friday off. Stepping inside the Mount Washington Hotel's massive turn-of-the-century lobby, it's difficult to know where to look first: Tiffany-glass transoms, cast-plaster moldings, solid-brass fixtures, ornate Corinthian capitals. In front of the enormous fireplace, skiers relax after a day on the slopes of New Hampshire's Bretton Woods Mountain Resort, kicking back on timeworn antique furniture. A stately grandfather clock marks the time nearby.

Pain and Glory: Hermann Maier

Features

Hermann Maier is flying through the air, upside down. This isn't supposed to be happening.

Kostelic Wins in Park City, Schleper Takes Sixth

Features

Olympic slalom champion Janica Kostelic grabbed the first-run lead Saturday and powered her way through softening snow to her 14th World Cup victory. American Sarah Schleper finished sixth.

McGrath's Notes From Norway, Entry One: My First Day

Features

I walked into the Hotel lobby in Lom, Norway, more than a little apprehensive, considering it was my first ski camp as head coach of the Norwegian Women's World Cup Ski Team.

2003 Number 7 Resort in North America: Park City, Utah

Features

Park City is still glowing, having proved during the Olympic Games that it can challenge the world's best skiers and boarders while throwing the world's biggest party. For a good time in Utah, this is the place.

U.S. Freestyle Team: Ann Battelle

Competition

SKIING's interview with one of the top U.S. freestylers.

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