Ski resort

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Anton, Lech, Courchevel, L'Alpe d'Huez, Aspen, Breckenridge). Third generation or integrated: Designed from scratch on virgin territory to be a purpose-built ski resort, all the amenities and services nearby (e.g. Sestrière, Flaine, La Plagne, Isola 2000). Fourth generation or village resorts: Created from virgin territory or around an existing village, but more concerned with traditional uses (e.g. resorts built since 1975 like Shahdag Mountain Resort, Azerbaijan). List of ski areas and resorts. Private ski area (North America). Environmental impact of ski resorts.

2018–19 in skiing

2019 in skiing
November 21 – 25: ASWC #3 in 🇨🇦 Lake Louise Ski Resort #1. Men's Downhill winner: 🇦🇹 Max Franz. Men's Super G winner: 🇳🇴 Kjetil Jansrud. November 24 & 25: ASWC #4 in 🇺🇸 Killington Ski Resort. Women's Giant Slalom winner: 🇮🇹 Federica Brignone. Women's Slalom winner: 🇺🇸 Mikaela Shiffrin. November 27 – December 2: ASWC #5 in 🇨🇦 Lake Louise Ski Resort #2. Women's Downhill winner: 🇦🇹 Nicole Schmidhofer (2 times). Women's Super G winner: 🇺🇸 Mikaela Shiffrin. November 27 – December 2: ASWC #6 in 🇺🇸 Beaver Creek Resort. Men's Super G winner: 🇦🇹 Max Franz. Men's Downhill winner: Beat Feuz. Men's Giant Slalom winner: 🇩🇪 Stefan Luitz. December 2018.

2015–16 in skiing

2016 in skiing
November 25 – 29, 2015: FIS AS World Cup #3 in 🇨🇦 Lake Louise Ski Resort #1. Men's Downhill winner: 🇳🇴 Aksel Lund Svindal. Men's Super G winner: 🇳🇴 Aksel Lund Svindal. November 28 & 29, 2015: FIS AS World Cup #4 in 🇺🇸 Aspen, Colorado. Women's Giant Slalom winner: Lara Gut. Women's Slalom winner #1: 🇺🇸 Mikaela Shiffrin. Women's Slalom winner #2: 🇺🇸 Mikaela Shiffrin. December. December 1 – 6, 2015: FIS AS World Cup #5 in 🇨🇦 Lake Louise Ski Resort #2. Women's Downhill #1 winner: 🇺🇸 Lindsey Vonn. Women's Downhill #2 winner: 🇺🇸 Lindsey Vonn. Women's Super G winner: 🇺🇸 Lindsey Vonn. December 1 – 6, 2015: FIS AS World Cup #6 in 🇺🇸 Beaver Creek Resort, Avon, Colorado.

2016–17 in skiing

2017 in skiing
November 23–27: ASWC #3 in 🇨🇦 Lake Louise #1. All events cancelled, due to unfavorable weather conditions. November 26 & 27: ASWC #4 in 🇺🇸 Killington. Women's Giant Slalom winner: 🇫🇷 Tessa Worley. Women's Slalom winner: 🇺🇸 Mikaela Shiffrin. November 29 – December 4: ASWC #5 in 🇫🇷 Val-d'Isère #1. Note: This event was supposed to be held at Beaver Creek Resort, but it was cancelled, due to unfavorable weather conditions. Men's Super G winner: 🇳🇴 Kjetil Jansrud. Men's Downhill winner: 🇳🇴 Kjetil Jansrud. Men's Giant Slalom winner: 🇫🇷 Mathieu Faivre. November 29 – December 4: ASWC #6 in 🇨🇦 Lake Louise #2. Women's Downhill winner: Ilka Štuhec (2 times).

Chairlift

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An elevated passenger ropeway, or chairlift, is a type of aerial lift, which consists of a continuously circulating steel cable loop strung between two end terminals and usually over intermediate towers, carrying a series of chairs. They are the primary onhill transport at most ski areas (in such cases referred to as 'skilifts'), but are also found at amusement parks, various tourist attractions, and increasingly in urban transport.

2017–18 in skiing

2018 in skiing
November 22 – 26: ASWC #3 in 🇨🇦 Lake Louise Ski Resort #1. Men's Downhill winner: Beat Feuz. Men's Super G winner: 🇳🇴 Kjetil Jansrud. November 25 & 26: ASWC #4 in 🇺🇸 Killington Ski Resort. Women's Giant Slalom winner: 🇩🇪 Viktoria Rebensburg. Women's Slalom winner: 🇺🇸 Mikaela Shiffrin. November 28 – December 3: ASWC #5 in 🇨🇦 Lake Louise Ski Resort #2. Women's Downhill winners: 🇦🇹 Cornelia Hütter (#1) / 🇺🇸 Mikaela Shiffrin (#2). Women's Super G winner: 🇱🇮 Tina Weirather. November 29 – December 3: ASWC #6 in 🇺🇸 Beaver Creek Resort. Men's Super G winner: 🇦🇹 Vincent Kriechmayr. Men's Downhill winner: 🇳🇴 Aksel Lund Svindal. Men's Giant Slalom winner: 🇦🇹 Marcel Hirscher.

2020 in sports

2020
November 27 – December 1: ASWC #3 in 🇨🇦 Lake Louise Ski Resort #1. November 30 & December 1: ASWC #4 in 🇺🇸 Killington Ski Resort. December 2019. December 3 – 8: ASWC #5 in 🇨🇦 Lake Louise Ski Resort #2. December 3 – 8: ASWC #6 in 🇺🇸 Beaver Creek Resort. December 14 & 15: ASWC #7 in St. Moritz. December 14 & 15: ASWC #8 in 🇫🇷 Val-d'Isère #1. December 17: ASWC #9 in 🇫🇷 Courchevel. December 18 – 21: ASWC #10 in 🇮🇹 Val Gardena. December 19 – 22: ASWC #11 in 🇫🇷 Val-d'Isère #2. December 22 & 23: ASWC #12 in 🇮🇹 Alta Badia. December 26 – 29: ASWC #13 in 🇮🇹 Bormio. December 28 & 29: ASWC #14 in 🇦🇹 Lienz. January 2020. January 4 & 5: ASWC #15 in Zagreb.

Doppelmayr USA

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Prior to the merger, Garaventa had built only a few lifts in North America, including Aerial Trams at Snowbird, Utah, and Squaw Valley Ski Resort, California. The combined company utilized the designs and manufacturing facilities of CTEC since Garaventa never had much of a presence in North America besides supplying parts to CTEC. CTEC's growing reputation combined with the European ownership and parts supply of Garaventa allowed it to win contracts for large lifts such as the Gold Coast Funitel at Squaw Valley, Placer County, California, gondolas at Telluride Ski Resort and Vail Ski Resort, and Steamboat Springs Ski Resort in Colorado, and Deer Valley, Utah.

Gondola lift

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An example of these are the Cabriolets at Mont Tremblant Resort in Quebec, Canada, and at Blue Mountain Ski Resort (summer only, in the winter it is converted to a six person high-speed chairlift.) in Ontario, Canada, The Canyons Resort in Park City, Utah, Mountain Creek, and the new Village Cabriolet at Winter Park Resort in Colorado. Open-air gondolas can also come in a style similar to a pulse gondola, like the Village Gondola at Panorama Ski Resort, British Columbia. The first gondola built in the United States for a ski resort was located at the Wildcat Mountain Ski Area. It was a two-person gondola built in 1957 and serviced skiers until 1999. The lift was later demolished in 2004.

Park City, Utah

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Routes include service to the Canyons Village, Deer Valley Resort, Empire Pass, Jeremy Ranch Park & Ride lot, Kimball Junction, Park City Resort, Park Meadows, Pinebrook, Prospector Square, Silver Lake Village, Silver Springs, Silver Summit/Highland Estates, and Thaynes Canyon. Bus service is offered between Park City and Salt Lake City via the PC-SLC Connect run by the Utah Transit Authority. * 🇫🇷 Courchevel (Savoy), France Ken Block: DC Shoes founder, Rally Car driver. Rosie Brennan: 2018 Olympic cross country skier. Roger Burrows: author, educator and inventor. Ashley Caldwell: 2010, 2014, and 2018 Olympic freestyle skier.

Detachable chairlift

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They have built detachable lifts at many resorts, such as Grand Targhee, Stevens Pass, Deer Valley, Park City, Snowbird, Alta, Squaw Valley, Stratton, and Attitash. They constructed lifts until 2002 when they merged with Doppelmayr. Some Garaventa designs are used to this day. Leitner-Poma is the present day version of Poma, as joint venture in the United States. In Europe, Poma and Leitner operate as separate ventures. They discontinue to make these types of detachable products such as their Arceaux Carrier, Arceaux version 2 Carrier, Performance Terminal, Challenger Terminal, Competition Terminal, Leitner Grip, Omega Terminal, and Omega grip.

List of FIS Alpine Ski World Cup ladies' hosts

This is a list of all ladies' hosts in FIS Alpine Ski World Cup from 1967 to present. The list includes all individual World Cup disciplines: downhill, super-G, giant slalom, slalom, Classic/Super/Alpine combined, parallel slalom and parallel giant slalom.

List of FIS Alpine Ski World Cup men's hosts

Sixteen parallel slalom events in total which counted for Nations Cup only, were held between 1976 and 1991. including SG in Lake Louise (1 December 2019) including SG in Lake Louise on 1 December 2019 *16 events — Saalbach (2), Mont St. Anne (1), Sierra Nevada (1), Arosa (1), Madonna di Campiglio (1), Laax (1), Montgenèvre (1), Furano (1), Oslo (1), Vienna (1), Bromont (1), Berlin (1), Bormio (1), Saalbach (1), Waterville (1) *14 events — Lenzerheide (4), Åre (3), Aspen (1), Garmisch-Partenkirchen (1), Méribel (1), Innsbruck (1), St. Moritz (1), Soldeu (1), Schladming (1) * FIS-ski.com – official results for FIS alpine World Cup events

FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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The FIS Alpine Ski World Cup is the top international circuit of alpine skiing competitions, launched in 1966 by a group of ski racing friends and experts which included French journalist Serge Lang and the alpine ski team directors from France (Honore Bonnet) and the USA (Bob Beattie). It was soon backed by International Ski Federation president Marc Hodler during the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1966 at Portillo, Chile, and became an official FIS event in the spring of 1967 after the FIS Congress at Beirut, Lebanon. The first World Cup ski race was held in Berchtesgaden, West Germany, on January 5, 1967.

Mikaela Shiffrin

In early December she competed in downhill at Lake Louise, where she reached her first downhill podium (3rd place) and the next day she won her first downhill race in her fourth ever start. Between December 19 and January 9, Shiffrin won 8 of the 9 races on the World Cup circuit (4 SL, 2 GS, and 2 PSL). She made history winning the very first FIS parallel slalom with the win in Courchevel, France. Then she won the slalom in Lienz, Austria to finish her 2017 year. She started 2018 with the win in the City Event in Oslo, Norway and became the first women ever with 2 wins in City Event. Two days later she won the slalom in Zagreb, Croatia.

Vail Resorts

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President Gerald Ford kept his ski house in the Strawberry Park section of Beaver Creek, which is between Beaver Creek and Bachelor's Gulch. Arrowhead is the third "peak" in the heavily promoted "village to village ski experience" in which you can ski from Beaver Creek to Bachelor's Gulch to Arrowhead and back again. Arrowhead was a separate ski area unrelated to Beaver Creek for years before they were finally bought by Vail Associates in the early 1990s. VRDC also developed "club" division of Vail Resorts, including the Beaver Creek Club, the Arrowhead Alpine Club, and Game Creek Club (in Vail).

2014–15 in skiing

2015 in skiing
November 29 & 30, 2014: World Cup #3a in 🇨🇦 Lake Louise, Alberta (Ski Resort). Men's Downhill winner: 🇳🇴 Kjetil Jansrud. Men's Super G winner: 🇳🇴 Kjetil Jansrud. November 29 & 30, 2014: World Cup #3b in 🇺🇸 Aspen, Colorado. Women's Slalom winner: 🇦🇹 Nicole Hosp. Women's Giant Slalom winner: 🇦🇹 Eva-Maria Brem. December 2 – 7, 2014: World Cup #4a in 🇨🇦 Lake Louise. Women's Downhill winner #1: Tina Maze. Women's Downhill winner #2: 🇺🇸 Lindsey Vonn. Women's Super G winner: Lara Gut. December 2 – 7, 2014: World Cup #4b in 🇺🇸 Beaver Creek Resort (Avon, Colorado). Men's Downhill winner: 🇳🇴 Kjetil Jansrud. Men's Super G winner: 🇦🇹 Hannes Reichelt.

ImmersiVision

ImmersiVision Interactive Technologies Inc. is a Whistler, British Columbia, Canada based company, founded in early 2004, whose primarily revenue source was the production of immersive virtual reality. The product is similar to Google Streetview. The Immersive media is a mixture of both indoor and outdoor content. In early 2008 it licensed its technology to VTour Interactive and shortly after ceased active production. VTour is currently active in the production of immersive virtual reality under that licensee agreement and has since expanded upon the technology originally developed by ImmersiVision.

Tina Maze

Winning three races and four additional podiums, Maze came to the 2015 World Championships in Vail / Beaver Creek, Colorado, United States, as the overall World Cup leader and was, as in 2013, seen as a potential candidate to win a medal in all five disciplines. She took silver in the super-G race, continued with winning gold both in downhill and super-combined and then finished 5th in giant slalom and 8th in slalom, what was her best overall performance at World Championships. Following the World Championships, Maze was tired and did not finish any of the two races in Maribor, which meant that she started to lose advantage over Anna Fenninger.

December 2010 in sports

Men's World Cup in Beaver Creek, United States:. Downhill: Cancelled due to strong winds. Women's World Cup in Lake Louise, Canada:. Downhill: Maria Riesch 1:28.96 Lindsey Vonn 1:29.08 Elisabeth Görgl 1:29.17. Overall standings (after 5 of 38 races): (1) Riesch 334 points (2) Tanja Poutiainen 196 (3) Viktoria Rebensburg 180. NCAA Division I FBS (BCS ranking in parentheses):. MAC Championship Game in Detroit: Miami (OH) 26, (25) Northern Illinois 21. The RedHawks win the championship for the first time since 2003 and 15th time overall. World Cup 1 in Östersund, Sweden:.

List of ski areas and resorts in the United States

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Deer ValleyPark City (ski only). Eagle Point Ski Resort — Beaver. Nordic Valley — Eden. Park City Mountain ResortPark City. Powder Mountain — Eden. Snowbasin — Huntsville. Snowbird — Snowbird. Solitude — Big Cottonwood Canyon. Sundance — Provo. Big Horn — Ten Sleep. Grand Targhee — via Driggs. Hogadon — Casper. Jackson Hole — Teton Village. Pine Creek — Cokeville. Sleeping Giant Ski Resort — Cody. Snow King Mountain — Jackson. Snowy Range — Centennial. White Pine — Pinedale. Arctic Valley — Anchorage. Alyeska — Girdwood. Eaglecrest — Juneau. Hilltop — Anchorage. Majestic Heli Ski — Glacier View. Moose Mountain — Fairbanks. Mount Eyak — Cordova. Skiland — Fairbanks.

Salt Lake City

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The Utah Olympic Park, near Park City, features the Olympic ski jumps, as well as bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton runs. Today, the Olympic Park is used for year-round training and competitions. Visitors can watch the various events and even ride a bobsled. The Utah Olympic Oval, in nearby Kearns, was home to the speed skating events and is now open to the public. Other popular Olympic venues include Soldier Hollow, the site of cross-country skiing events, southeast of Salt Lake near Heber City. Salt Lake City is near several world-class ski and summer resorts, including Snowbird, Alta, Brighton, Solitude, Park City Mountain Resort, and Deer Valley.

Alterra Mountain Company

This acquisition was followed by Mammoth Resorts a few days later and Deer Valley in August. All of these assets were combined with KSL's Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows ski resort to form Alterra Mountain Company in January 2018. In late January 2018, Alterra announced the Ikon Pass, a season pass that provides unlimited or restricted access to all of their ski resorts in collaboration with Alta Ski Area, Arapahoe Basin, Aspen/Snowmass, Boyne Resorts, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Powdr Corporation, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, SkiBig3, and Snowbird. This is a competitor to Vail Resorts' Epic Pass. *

Utah

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Park City is home to the United States Ski Team. Utah's ski resorts are primarily located in northern Utah near Salt Lake City, Park City, Ogden, and Provo. Between 2007 and 2011 Deer Valley in Park City, has been ranked the top ski resort in North America in a survey organized by Ski Magazine. In addition to having prime snow conditions and world-class amenities, Northern Utah's ski resorts are well liked among tourists for their convenience and proximity to a large city and international airport, as well as the close proximity to other ski resorts, allowing skiers the ability to ski at multiple locations in one day.