After a balmy day yesterday, strong winds blew in some more snow overnight, and once the skies clear towards evening as expected, we'll have another addition to our great snowpack. In the last 7 days our mountains have received between 8" in Snowmass to 12" at Aspen Highlands. 100% of terrain is open on all of our mountains, offering our spring break skiers and riders super conditions. With longer days and warmer temperatures, there really isn't a better time to get away for another ski vacation.
If you love figure skating and young performers, don't miss "Frozen On Ice," the Aspen Skating Club's annual spring program. The show takes place tomorrow, March 15, at the Aspen Recreation Center (ARC) and will be highlighted by the participation of Olympic silver medalist Paul Wylie and US championship competitors Mariah and Morgan Bell. Tickets are available at the Wheeler Box Office, 970-920-5770, or online at www.aspenshowtix.com.
One of South Africa’s most prolific recording groups, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, comes to the Wheeler Opera House tonight, March 11 at 7:30pm. Their singing on Paul Simon’s album “Graceland” helped them gain international prominence, winning three Grammy Awards in the process. They present an extraordinary musical experience, and the Wheeler’s intimate size will make this a memorable opportunity to see them live. What better way to spend this snowy evening? For ticket information, visit www.aspenshowtix.com.