Tomorrow is the last official day of winter and Saturday marks the first day of Spring for 2012. The days are now noticeably longer and the sun sets over the top of the Ridge much later in the day so as we normally do during spring the tows will run a little later on selected weekend days when the weather is good. Depending on our closing date there is only 3 or 4 weeks left in the 2012 season so make the most of the remaining time and give it heaps on the slopes!
Another busy ski week has been on the go at Snowline Lodge – lots of kids having fun and parents have had time to themselves whilst the nanny has taken care of the groms at strategic times during the day. Coming up this Saturday is the Undie 500 (see below) and already some of the staff have been out practising. But we don’t want the staff to take all the prizes so make sure you come on up and join in on this fun race with some proceeds going towards “Blue September” (prostate cancer fundraising). Check out the photo below of the Cheesie Chicks trying out their gear!
For the most part weather this week has been settled and tomorrow is looking ok too with a change late Saturday afternoon / night, but clearing again Sunday – check the weather update below for more details.
Back again for 2012 is Cheeseman’s event – the ThermaTech Undie 500. A fun a event for all ages with lots of great prizes.
Registrations from 9:30am in the Daylodge
Race starts at 1pm.
To walk the plank, ‘n hunt for long lost treasure, dress like a Pirate ‘n chart ye course fer Mt Cheeseman – Loads of prizes for Pirates ‘n Wenches
See ye there-if ye dare…Arrr!
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 is looking clear and fine and Saturday will be ok too with weather changing during the afternoon to snow!
Fine, but high cloud developing in the evening.
Wind at 1000 metres: Northerly rising to 30 km/h in the evening.
Wind at 2000 metres: Northerly rising to 40 km/h towards evening.
Free air freezing Level: 2000 metres.
Mainly fine with high cloud, but late showers about the divide, falling as snow above 1500 metres.
Wind at 1000 metres: Northwest, 60 km/h at times in exposed valleys from afternoon.
Wind at 2000 metres: Northwest rising to 60 km/h.
Free air freezing Level: Lowering to 1800 metres.
Mainly fine with high cloud, but a few showers about the divide. Northwesterlies, 60 km/h about the tops and in exposed valleys.
From us and the Cheeseman Kea its good bye for now
Cam & The Cheeseman Team.Published on Thursday, August 30th, 2012, under News