Sunlight Mountain Resort’s weekend snow forecast
Today: High of 28, low of 20, mostly sunny, no new snow expected.
Saturday: High of 34, low of 22, 20 percent chance of snow, increasing to 60 percent overnight.
Sunday: High of 32, low of 20, 40 percent chance of snow during the day, slight chance of snow overnight.
Information from National Weather Service and Sunlightmtn.com
For up to date weather information visit, http://www.sunlightmtn.com/sunlight-mountain-weather-report
Sunlight Endurance Challenge
Sunlight Mountain Resort is holding the first Endurance Challenge at Sunlight Mountain on Sunday, Feb. 28. This 12-hour hike-up/ski-down endurance race challenges skiers, snowboarders and snowshoers to hike a run called Rebel and then ski, board, hike or otherwise slide down the Beaujolais run.
Racers are competing to complete the greatest amount of laps in a 12-hour period. Race information can be found online at http://www.sunlightmtn.com/events.
Sunlight also needs Volunteers to help event staff with timing and course setup and breakdown. Each volunteer will be given a race T-shirt, $15 meal card and two Sunlight lift tickets that can be used anytime through the remaining 2010 ski season. Please contact Ken Murphy at (970) 456-7907 to volunteer.
Support the Sunlight Mountain Volunteer Ski Patrol
The Sunlight Mountain Volunteer Ski Patrol and Winter Sports Club are sponsoring a drawing for a one-of-a-kind official 1990 U.S. Ski Team vest.
Donate $5 to the volunteer ski patrol or sports club and be entered into the drawing, which will take place March 7 after the Buddy Werner Championships.
The vest is on display in the bar area at Sunlight. All donations go to support the Sunlight Mountain Volunteer Ski Patrol and Winter Sports Club.
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