Another dump of snow has just arrived – 20cms in total! Come up to Cheeseman and leave thre miserable Christchurch weather behind!
The skiing and riding has been awesome today with a bluebird day just to make things even better. The snow started falling on Tuesday afternoon at the conclusion of the Secondary schools racing, continuing off and on during during Wednesday and into the early hours of this morning. Looks like there’s some more snow heading our way late Sunday, continuing through Monday and Tuesday – see the weekend weather below.
Coming up this weekend we are running Club Champs (see details below) and Saturday night is shaping up to be a great night at Snowline Lodge. Next week we have Wellington Ski Weekers in and the following Sunday we host the Primary & Intermediate School Champs.
The pictures below tell the story better than words!
This weekend is the annual Cheeseman Club Championships which is open to all members to enter. You do not have to be a racer to have a go and you can participate in one or all races – its entirely up to you.
Why not make a weekend of it and stay Saturday night in Snowline Lodge – we still have a few beds available Contact Us to book now?
The format for the weekend will be as follows:
10:00 am – Dogtucker
1:00 pm – Downhill
10:00 am – Slalom
1:00pm – Giant Slalom
Registrations will be in the Daylodge from 9am on both days.
Please come along and support this club event – you might even leave with a prize!
Cups – there are still some Club Cups that need to handed back. If you have these in your homes can you either bring them up the mountain when you come or drop them off at Ali Kirchers – 14 Wai-Iti Tce, off Clyde Rd.
Don’t forget we have a great range of Cheeseman clothing and merchandise available for purchase or order on the mountain.
Click here to view what’s available and prices.
Here’s a brief list of events coming up over the next couple of weeks:
For a full list of events please click here.
Friday & Saturday looking good with a chance of snow on Sunday.
Fine apart from areas of fog and low cloud morning and evening.
Wind at 1000 metres: Northwest breeze.
Wind at 2000 metres: Northwest 30 km/h.
Free air freezing Level: 1600 metres.
Wind at 1000 metres: Light.
Wind at 2000 metres: Northeast, rising to 45 km/h evening.
Free air freezing Level: About 1800 metres
Rain setting in and snow lowering to 900 metres. Easterlies strengthening.
Thanks for reading E-News and until next week stay safe and stay warm
Cam & The Cheeseman Team.Published on Thursday, August 9th, 2012, under News