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Garmin GPSMAP 66sr

Review Garmin GPSMAP 66sr

This week Garmin launched the all new Garmin GPSMAP 66sr, the first multi band/ Multi GNSS handheld GPS from Garmin. So, what do we think of the unit? Here's our review of the Garmin GPSMAP 66sr First of all, we have to ask ourselves a few questions, so we understand the GPS unit a little better.

Is the GPSMAP 66sr a replacement for the Garmin GPSMAP66st?

In some ways it is a replacement, but honestly it is more like a GPSMAP66st on steroids. It will, I suspect, be a direct replacement for the existing GPSMAP 66st but it’s better, far better.

So how does the Garmin GPSMAP 66sr differ from the Garmin GPSMAP 66s, GPSMAP 66st or GPSMAP 66i?

What are the key features on the Garmin GPSMAP 66sr, lets review them.

  1. Multi-band GPSS

    – This is Garmin’s first Outdoor GPS unit to use five satellite systems. This being the GPS (American), GLONASS (Russian), Galileo (European), QZSS (Japanese) and IRSS (Indian).The key things, compared to previous Outdoor GPS units is you can choose all 5 types of satellite systems. On some previous models you have been limited to being able to choose two i.e. GPS and Glonass OR GPS and Galileo. This improves the speed the GPS locks onto the satellites dramatically and also improves the accuracy. There are four signals from the satellites available, in the past Outdoor GPS units has used L1, but this new unit also uses L5, in the past this has been used by the aeronautical industry. Wikipedia gives you a great understanding about how it all works. With this unit being able to use both bands it improves both the accuracy as it can double check and confirm your current location. This removes any errors that have been thrown up in the past from things like the signal being bounced off buildings etc.
  2. Pre-loaded TOPO Active mapping installed

    Like the Garmin GPSMAP66st and Garmin GPSMAP 66i the new Garmin GPSMAP 66sr comes pre-loaded with Garmin TOPO Active mapping. This is mapping for not only the UK but for all of Europe. As this map set originates from Open Sourced mapping it is super accurate, but, and this is the big but, it shows everything as a path. It does not decipher between a footpath, bridleway, BOAT, permissive path or frankly a private drive or far track. Therefore if you are walking in England or Wales (where we have trespass laws) you really need to add Ordnance Survey maps to this GPS device. Don’t get me wrong, TOPO Active mapping is great to compliment the Ordnance Survey mapping or as your only map if you are overseas. But in this country, UK, we are all so used to OS maps, we really need it on our GPS units.
  3. Built in battery – 36 hours battery life or 450 hours in Expedition Mode

    OK now, let’s take this with a pinch of salt. I always halve what Garmin tell you when it comes to battery life. But saying that, the case and battery on the Garmin GPSMAP 66sr is the same as we find on the Garmin GPSMAP 66i and I have been very impressed with this. I have never been a fan if built in batteries on a GPS unit. But I am a massive fan if the built in battery on the Garmin GPSMAP 66i. Over lots of long walking, in winter months, it has performed exceptionally. So therefore it stands I am an even bigger fan of the internal battery on the GPSMAP 66sr. Bigger fan you ask? Well the Garmin GPSMAP 66sr battery is not having to power the inReach technology that is built into the Garmin GPAMAP 66i so it performs even better.
  4. And the rest …

With the Garmin GPSMAP 66sr you still get all the rest - - Large Colour screen (3 inch) - ABC sensors – Altimeter, barometer to monitor weather and 3 axis electronic compass - Birdseye Satellite Imagery – The ability to download satellite imagery directly onto the unit - Garmin’s Active weather – when tethered to a smartphone you get real time weather forecasts - LED flashlight – this can also be used as a flashing beacon if need be - Live Geocaching – when tethered to smartphone or on a wifi - Garmin Explore App – The Garmin GPSMAP 66sr works alongside the Garmin Explore app. With the app you can download .gpx files onto your mobile phone or tablet and transfer directly onto the Garmin GPSMAP 66sr.

Personally, I think the Garmin GPSMAP 66sr it a great piece of kit.

As a former Garmin Oregon GPS user I first started using the Garmin GPSMAP 66s when it was launched and then I moved onto a Garmin GPSMAP 66i. The Garmin GPSMAP 66sr is really just a Garmin GPSMAP 66i without the inReach two way satellite communication. BUT it also has this very impressive Multi-Band/ Multi-GNSS technology built in. So on paper it is a better spec GPS. I will have my haters for saying this. But I am now totally taken by having a built in battery in an Outdoor GPS device and the Garmin GPSMAP 66sr has just that. With the battery performing as it is, I would never go back to AA batteries. If you are going off grid, buy yourself a power pack or even better a solar panel to charge your power pack and you will never run out of battery life again. So, what’s holding you back, it’s a must for the outdoor enthusiast. The Garmin GPSMAP 66sr is the best Outdoor GPS unit in its category. Please take a look at the product on our website with all the different map options available - more here
Review - Garmin Montana 700 series

Review Garmin Montana 700 series

This week Garmin announced the all-new Garmin Montana 700/ 700i and 750i, the latest update for the Garmin Montana range of GPS units. Let's review Garmin Montana 700 series. Here at Outdoor GPS Shop we have had the Garmin Montana 700i for a number of months now and have walked extensively with it, so here is our review of the Garmin Montana 700/ 700i and 750i series of GPS units.

Long needed

An update of the Garmin Montana series has been a long time coming. The update from the Montana 600 to 610 (also 650 to 680) was a very small upgrade. Therefore, a big upgrade was needed for the Garmin Montana series and this is certainly that, the unit is hardly recognisable compared to previous models.

Appearance and screen size

The Montana 700 series of units has certainly kept its rugged design, I personally think it has taken much of its design from the massively popular Garmin GPSMAP 66 range of units with the Quad Helix antenna sticking out of the top of the unit. The screen size is a stunning 5 inches diagonal (6,4 x 10,8 cm (4″, 5,0 x 8,9 cm)) and this is crystal clear gorilla glass, which has been more proven on the Oregon range of GPS units. The screen resolution on the Garmin Montana 700 series is 480 x 800 pixels (272 x 480 pixels)


As with the Garmin GPSMAP 66s the new Garmin Montana 700 series of GPS units has upgraded to using GPS and GALILEO (new ultra-accurate European satellites). The Montana 700 also has the option to use the Russian GLONASS system, but this is not the case with the 700i or 750i as these units have to incorporate an IRIDIUM antenna which is used for the two way satellite communication (inReach technology).

Model options

- Montana 700, Montana 700i, Montana 750i: These all come with Barometric altimeter, 3-axis compass, preinstalled maps (Garmin TopoActive), smartphone connectivity, compatible with Garmin Connect & Garmin Explore App. - Montana 700i The Montana 700i comes with the key features above plus inReach technology (Iridium satellite network, 2-way-messaging, exchange text messages, SOS alerts, location sharing, active weather), preinstalled CityNavigator maps. - Montana 750i The Montana 750i comes with all the features on the Montana 700 I and it also has the addition of an 8 MP camera

Review Garmin Montana 700 series – first impressions

The 5-inch screen is truly stunning and is crystal clear, in bright sunshine it is the best screen I have seen on any outdoor GPS unit. The speed of the processor is good and the map renders quickly. I was walking with the unit, but I appreciate many will end on push and trail bikes and it is, therefore, essential the map renders quickly.

Review Garmin Montana 700 series – power

The Montana 700 series comes with an interchangeable Lithium battery. Whilst using this it has performed very well. Garmin quote an 18-hour battery life, but I was finding it nearer to 14 hours, still plenty of power for a good day in the hills. It is so good to see such good battery improvements from Garmin, the first we saw of such good battery performance was on the Garmin GPSMAP 66i, but with the 66i the battery was not interchangeable. With the new Montana 700 series, the lithium battery is interchangeable, and you can even get an accessory that enables you to even run the unit from AA batteries if you so wish. Also, it’s great to see the addition of Expedition Mode, this cuts down some of the functionality but improves the battery life to up 2 weeks (according to Garmin).

Review Garmin Montana 700 series – interface

The Montana 700 has an interesting interface, it seems to be a hybrid of both the Oregon and the GPSMAP 66s. It has a short cut ribbon across the bottom (similar to the Garmin GPSMAP 66s/ 66i) but you still have the tradition ‘main menu’, with all the icons we have grown to love with a Garmin GPS unit. With the unit having such a large screen it gives you the ability to view all the icons on the main menu. On so many Garmin GPS units you must scroll through pages and pages of icons but the large screen on the Garmin Montana makes life so much easier, with everything visible on the one screen.

Review Garmin Montana 700 series – connectivity

Connectivity is the new buzz word with GPS units, with the new Garmin Montana. With the Garmin Montana 700 series of GPS unit you get - ANT+ - This enables you to connect to sensors and devices and allows you to exchange data with a compatible Garmin GPS devices. Bluetooth – The Montana range of GPS units uses the Bluetooth for pairing with your smartphone and thus exchanging data with the Garmin Connect App and the Garmin Explore App, which enables you to transfer .gpx files to your GPS without the need for a PC or Mac. USB – Used for charging and data exchange with PC and Mac, enabling you to plan activities on either the TOPO active mapping or the OS maps on your computer. Wi-Fi – This is used for downloading BirdsEye satellite images, retrieving weather data, uploading activities to Garmin Connect, performing software updates and retrieving live geocaching data.

Review Garmin Montana 700i/ 750i series – two-way satellite communication

Using the worldwide coverage of the Iridium satellite network the Montana 700i and 750i lets you exchange text messages with any mobile phone number or email address anywhere – while using GPS to track and share your journey’s progress. You can also post to social media or even communicate inReach-to-inReach in the field. For the inReach two-way satellite communication to work, you need to sign up to a subscription with Garmin, these start from £15.99/ month (safety plan). In case of an at-risk situation, you can also use inReach to trigger an SOS message to the 24/7 monitoring centre, text back and forth about the nature of your emergency, and receive professional advice and confirmation when help is on the way. We first saw the inReach technology built into the Garmin GPSMAP66i unit and it is great to now see this on the new Montana 700i and 750i.


After spending a couple of months walking with the Montana 700i I cannot fault it. It is a larger GPS to carry, but of course, it has to be as it has that stunning 5-inch screen on it. I think the unit will certainly change the marketplace for large screen GPS units going forward. Garmin has certainly rewritten the rule book here, producing a large screen GPS unit without the bulk we see from other large-screen units.


  1. Garmin Montana 700 GPS unit - more here - all Ordnance Survey map options available.
  2. Garmin Montana 700i GPS unit - more here - all Ordnance Survey map options available.
  3. Garmin Montana 750i GPS unit - more here - all Ordnance Survey map options available.
Garmin Instinct Solar GPS Watches

Garmin Instinct Solar GPS Watch – just launched

The Garmin Instinct Solar GPS watch is the latest upgrade on the Garmin Instinct range of GPS watches. The key differences are – 1. Solar charging 2. Updated heart rate sensors 3. Increased battery life 4. Power management 5. New profiles including expedition mode 6. New colours

Solar Charging

Garmin has added solar panels to the gorilla glass display on the Garmin Instinct Solar GPS watch.

Heart Rate Sensor

The heart rate sensor has been updated to the latest version which also includes the pulse ox into it, this measures your blood oxygen levels. This is similar to the one you find on the Garmin Fenix 6 range of GPS watches.

Increased Battery Life

On the Garmin Instinct solar, you now get with the GPS off – - 24 days of battery life when in the smartwatch mode, not using with the GPS on (14 days on the original Instinct GPS watch). - If you expose the watch to 3 hours of sunshine per day this increases the battery life to 54 days, which is impressive. And with the GPS on – - 30 hours. This was 16 hours on the previous version (i.e. non-solar version) - If you again add some direct sunlight this can be extended to 38 hours on the Garmin Instinct solar.

Power Management

The Power management technology that you find on the Fenix 6 range of GPS watches is now found on the Garmin Instinct solar range. It enables you to conserve battery life enabling or disabling features you may or may not want to use. In battery save mode the battery life is extended to 56 days and if you have access to sunlight it can make the battery life indefinite. If you want to extend the battery life with the GPS on there are a couple of modes already built-in. The ultra trac mode (Garmin forum discussing its accuracy) increases the battery life up to 60 hours, in this mode the trac is measured less frequently.


The Garmin Instinct Solar has three addition activity profiles – - Hunt - Fish - Expedition profile. Using this profile it records many things, but a little less frequent (i.e track points every hour), but it has a battery life of up to 28 days with no sunlight in this profile and up to 68 days in ideal solar conditions.

New Colours

The Garmin Instinct Solar is now available in 7 colours - Graphite Camo, Lichen Camo, Orchid, Tidal Blue, Flame Red, Graphite, Sun Burst. More information can be found here.
Best batteries for an Outdoor Garmin GPS unit

Best batteries for an Outdoor Garmin GPS unit

A common question we get asked here at the Outdoor GPS Shop is what are the best batteries for an Outdoor Garmin GPS unit. Because there is never a straight answer there some questions you need to ask.

1. Does you GPS have a built-in power cell (units like the GPSMAP 66i, GPSMAP86s, GPSMAP86i and the Garmin Montana range.

If the answer is yes, you can charge your unit both from the mains or by using a portable power pack like the – - Goal Zero Venture 30 Power Bank - more or the - Goal Zero Sherpa 100 PD Power Bank - more In my experience Goal Zero are the market leaders in outdoor power. Both these products above can be charged by mains power of with a solar panel if you are heading ‘off grid’ - - Goal Zero Venture 30 Solar Kit – Solar Panel and Recharger - more or - Goal Zero Nomad 7 Plus Solar Panel – stand-alone solar panel (plug into an existing power pack) - more

2. Does your Outdoor Garmin GPS run on AA batteries?

The majority of Garmin Outdoor GPS units are powered by 2 x AA batteries. The reason for this is then you can easily double your power time by taking a further 2 AA batteries in your rucksack, an easy solution. BUT, not all AA batteries are good batteries to power your Garmin GPS unit with. If you buy cheap disposable batteries, they, frankly, will not last very long, and throwing away the batteries will also have an environmental impact. Therefore, you really should be powering your Outdoor Garmin GPS unit with rechargeable AA batteries. Depending on if you are walking just day walks or multiple days there are several battery options to choose from.

Day walks – best batteries for your Garmin GPS unit

The assumption for your day walks is that you will have access to mains power before your walk, so you can charge - Best budget option - Energizer Battery Charger 1 Hour inc 4 batteries - more Which did a test a couple of years ago and they rated these as the best rechargeable batteries currently on the market. In one hour of charging you have got yourself two batteries to power you for one days walking and a second ‘backup’ set just in case. - Panasonic Eneloop Charger, Including 4 x AA batteries - more Over the past year, we have had lots of customers raving about these batteries, so we gave them a go ourselves. In our eyes, they are worth the money. This battery charger charges each battery cell individually, so if a cell is 40% full it will charge it the further 60% then stop charging it. It treats every battery cell individually. If you can afford them you will not be disappointed.

Long-distance walks – best batteries for your Garmin GPS unit

If you are doing a multiple-day walk, do not have access to mains power or just don’t fancy carrying a battery charger with a three-pin plug on the back in your rucksack the option to go for is the – - Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus – Recharger - more This you can charge from a USB plug (like the one you more than likely use to charge your smartphone), alternatively, you can also charge this from a solar panel. - Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Solar Recharging Kit with Nomad 7 Panel - more The great thing about the Goal Zero Guide 10 plus is not only charges 4 AA batteries but if you leave those batteries in it also becomes a power pack that you can charge your phone or other electronic devices with. Therefore a top tip is to buy both a Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus and a second set of 4 x AA batteries. Then you can charge your four batteries, put two in your unit, two in you rucksack as your backup. Then charge another 4 batteries in the Guide 10 and use that then as a power pack. To do this all you need to buy is a further – - 4 x AA rechargeable batteries - more

How long do batteries last in a Garmin Outdoor GPS unit?

The six-million-dollar question, how long will my batteries last in your Outdoor Garmin GPS unit. Aa good set of batteries should enable you to get a good day walking under your belt, this would be 7 – 8 hours. I know Garmin says you will get twice as long as that, but frankly, if you are using your GPS properly, to navigate you I would expect a good 7 – 8 hours of battery life. There are a number of things you can do to extend your battery life on an Outdoor Garmin GPS unit. GPS Training created this short video that will help you look at how to preserve your batteries on a Garmin Oregon GPS unit.
Garmin Ski maps

Garmin Ski maps for GPS watches

Garmin Ski Maps are preloaded to compatible watches and show the names of runs and their difficulty for select ski resorts around the world. To help you plan your next ski trip, we have supplied a list of ski resorts found in our ski mapping. Please refer to the list below to make sure your destination is included in the Garmin ski maps before you hit the slopes. Some of the most common questions people ask regarding the Garmin Ski maps, these are available on a Garmin Fenix GPS watch. 1. What is the latest Garmin Ski maps version? The latest version of ski maps is 2.00. 2. What GPS Devices are Compatible with Garmin Ski Maps? Ski maps are currently supported on Garmin Fenix Fenix 6 Pro & Sapphire Series GPS Watches 3. How do I know what version of Garmin ski maps I have and how do I update my Garmin ski maps? Select the option below to determine if your ski mapping is up to date. Verifying Current Ski Map Version Press Start/Stop Select Ski Hold Up/Menu Select Ski Settings Select Maps Select Configure Maps You will then see the current version of ski mapping on your watch. Use Garmin Express to update the ski maps if they are out of date. 4. What resorts are covered with the Garmin Ski maps? List of Ski Resorts covered on the Garmin Fenix Fenix 6 Pro & Sapphire Series GPS Watches

- Andorra

Grandvalira Vallnord

- Albania

Divčibare Kopaonik Stara Planina ‐ Babin Zub Tornik ‐ Zlatibor

- Argentina

Batea Mahuida Catredal Alta Patagonia Cerro Bayo Chapelco Ski Resort Las Leñas Penitentes ‐ Centro de Esquí Vallecitos

- Armenia

Tsaghkadzor Ski Resort

- Australia

Ben Lomond Dingo Dell Dinner Plain Falls Creek Hotham Mount Baw Baw Mount Buffalo Mt Buller Perisher Selwyn Snow Resort Thredbo

- Austria

Alberschwende Almenwelt Lofer Alpenarena Hochhäderich Annaberg Arnoldstein/Dreiländereck Axamer Lizum Bach Bad Kleinkirchheim Bergbahnen ‐ St. Jakob Bergbahnen Andelsbuch Bergbahnen Rosshütte Berwang ‐ Bichlbach ‐ Rinen Biberwier ‐ Merienberg Bödele Brandnertal Buchensteinwand Christlum Dachstein West ‐ Gosau, Rußbach, Annaberg Dachsteingletscher Damüls, Mellau Diedamskopf Dorfgastein Ehrwalder Alm Elfer ‐ Neustift Emberger Alm Fageralm Falkert‐Heidi Alm SkiPark Fanningberg Faschina Fellhorn ‐ Kanzelwand Fendels Feuerkogel Fieberbrunn Filzmoos Fulpmes‐Schlick 2000 Galsterbergalm Galtür Gargellen Gastein/Hofgastein ‐ Schlossalm/Angertal/Stubnerkogel Gerlitzen Gerlosstein ‐ Ramsberg Glungezer ‐ Tulfes Goldeck Golm Graukogel Grebenzen Gries Im Sellrain Grosseck/Speiereck Großglockner Grossglockner/Heiligenblut Grunholzlift ‐ Au Hebalm Heutal Lifte Hinterreit Hinterstoder Hintertux Gletscher Hirschegg Hochficht Hochkeil Hochkössen Hochlitten Hochoetz ‐ Oetz Hochrindl Hochzeiger ‐ Jerzens Hohentauern Ifen Innerkrems Innsbruck Patscherkofel Ischgl ‐ Silvretta Arena Jöchelspitze Kals‐Matrei Kaltenbach ‐ Hochzillertal ‐ Hochfügen Kappl Karkogel Karkogel ‐ Abtenau Karwendel Bergbahn Katschberg ‐ Aineck Kaunertal Gletscher Kellerjoch Kitzbühel Kitzbüheler Horn Kitzsteinhorn Kleinarl Klippitztörl Klösterle Koralpe Kötschach‐Mauthen Kreischberg Krinnenalpe Krippenstein Kühtai Lachtal Laterns Lermoos ‐ Grubigstein Lienzer Bergbahnen ‐ Hochstein Lienzer Bergbahnen ‐ Zettersfeld Loser Lungötz Maiskogel Mallnitz Mathon Maurach Mayrhofen ‐ Bergbahnen‐ Penken ‐ Ahorn Mölltaler Gletscher Mönichkirchen/Mariensee Montafon Muttereralm Nassfeld ‐ Hermagor Nauders Niederau Nordkette ‐ Innsbruck Oberau Obergurgl, Hochgurgl Obertauern Obertilliach Sölden ‐ Ötztal Pitztaler Gletscher ‐ Rifflsee Planai/ Hochwurzen/ Hauser Kaibling/ Reiteralm Planneralm Präbichl Praxmar Radstadt ‐ Altenmarkt Ramsau am Dachstein Rangger Köpfl Raurisertal ‐ Hochalmbahnen Hahnenkamm ‐ Höfen Riesneralm Rinn Roggenboden Schattwald Schetteregg Schmittenhöhe See Seefeld ‐ Gschwandtkopf Seefeld ‐ Gschwandtkopf Serles ‐ Mieders Silbertal ‐ Kristberg Sillian ‐ Thurntaler Silvretta Montafon Ski amadé‐ Grossarltal Ski amadé‐ Hochkönig Ski amadé‐ Schladming Dachstein Ski amadé‐ Shuttleberg Ski amadé‐ Zauchensee Serfaus‐Fiss‐Ladis Ski Arlberg ‐ Lech, Oberlech, Zürs Ski Arlberg ‐ St Anton, St Chistoph, Stuben Ski Arlberg ‐ Warth, Schröcken SkiCircus ‐ Saalbach/Hinterglemm/Leogang Skilifte Rossfeld SkiWelt ‐ Kelchsau SkiWelt ‐ Wilder Kaiser Brixental Snow Space Alpendorf Snow Space Flachau Snow Space Kleinarl Snow Space Salzburg Sonnenkopf Spieljoch Sportgastein St. Johanner Bergbahnen St. Urban/Simonhöhe St. Martin im Tennengebirge St. Oswald Steinplatte Stoderzinken Stubaier Gletscher Stuhleck ‐ Semmering Tannheimer Bergbahnen Petzen Die Tauplitz Turracher Höhe Mittersill ‐ Pass Thurn Verditz Imst Venet Vent Walmendingerhorn Weinebene Weissensee Werfenweng Wettersteinbahn ‐ Ehrwald Wildkogel Wurzeralm Zahmer Kaiser Zauberberg Hirschenkogel Zell am Ziller Zillertal Arena Zugspitzplatt

- Bosnia And Herzegovina

Adria Ski Bjelasnica Blidinje Igman Olympic Center Jahorina Vlašić

- Bulgaria

Bansko Borovets Pamporovo Vitosha

- Canada

Alberta Canyon Ski Resort Castle Mountain Resort Edmonton Ski Club Hidden Valley Ski Resort Lake Louise Ski Resort Marmot Basin Nakiska Ski Area Nitehawk Recreation Area Norquay ‐ Banff Pass Powderkeg ‐ Crowsnest Pass Rabbit Hill Snow Resort Snow Valley ‐ Edmonton Sunridge Ski Area Sunshine Village British Columbia Apex Mountain Resort Big White Ski Resort Clearwater Ski Hill Cypress Mountain Cypress Mountain‐ Hollyburn Mountain Fernie Alpine Resort Grouse Mountain Resort Harper Mountain Ski Hill Hudson Bay Mountain ‐ Smithers Kicking Horse Mountain Resort ‐ Golden Kimberley Alpine Resort Mount Baldy Resort Mount Seymour Mount Timothy Recreation Resort Mount Washington Alpine Resort Panorama Mountain Resort Phoenix Mountain Ski Area Purden Ski Village RED Mountain Resort ‐ Rossland Revelstoke Mountain Resort Salmo Ski Hill Sasquatch Mountain Resort ‐ Hemlock Valley Shames Mountain Silver Star Mountain Resort Sun Peaks Resort Tabor Mountain Ski Resort Troll Resort ‐ Quesnel Whistler Blackcomb Whistler Olympic Park Whitewater Ski Resort Manitoba Asessippi Ski Resort Crabbe Mountain Ski Valley‐ Minnedosa Stony Mountain Ski Area Newfoundland and Labrador Smokey Mountain Ski Club White Hills Resort Nova Scotia Martock Ski Ben Eoin Ski Wentworth Ontario Alpine Ski Club Blue Mountain Resort Boler Mountain Brimacombe Calabogie Peaks Resort Caledon Ski Club Chicopee Ski & Summer Resort Craigleith Ski Club Dagmar Ski Resort Glen Eden Hockley Valley Resort Horsehoe Resort Kamiskotia Snow Resort Lakeridge Ski Resort Laurentian Ski Hill Loch Lomond Ski Area Mansfield Ski Club Mount Baldy Mount Pakenham Mount St. Louis ‐ Moonstone Mt Dufour Ski Area Osler Bluff Ski Club Searchmont Resort Sir Sam's Snow Valley Ski Resort Tri Town Ski & Snowboard Village Prince Edward Island Mark Arendz Provincial Ski Park at Brookvale Quebec Massif du Sud Mont Avalanche Mont Bellevue Mont Blanc Ski Resort Mont Cascades Mont Chalco Mont Glen Mont Grand Fonds Mont La Réserve ‐ Saint‐Donat‐de‐Montcalm Mont Orford Mont Orignal ‐ Lac Etchemin Mont Ste‐Marie Mont Sutton Mont Villa Saguenay Mont‐Castor Mont‐Edouard ‐ L'Anse‐Saint‐Jean Mont‐Habitant Montjoye Mont‐Sainte‐Anne ‐ Beaupré Mont‐Video Owl's Head Parc du Mont‐Comi Ski Chantecler Ski La Tuque Ski Mont Saint‐Bruno ‐ Saint‐Bruno‐de‐Montarville Ski Montcalm Ski Vorlage Sommet Edelweiss Sommet Gabriel Sommet Morin Heights Sommet Olympia Sommet Saint‐Sauveur Sommet Saint‐Sauveur versant Avila Stoneham Mountain Resort Tremblant Val d'Irène Val Niegette Val Saint‐Côme Vallée Bleue Vallée du Parc Saskatchewan Wapiti Valley Ski & Snowboard Resort Yukon Mount Sima

- Chile

Antillanca ‐ Centro de Esqui y Montaña Centro de Ski Chapa Verde El Colorado‐Farellones La Parva Nevados de Chillán Valle Hermoso Valle Nevado

- Croatia


- Czech Republic

Aldrov ‐ Vítkovice (Witkowitz) Benecko Bílá Bouřňák Boží Dar ‐ Neklid Branná Bret ‐ Prkenný Důl Čarták ‐ Soláň‐Sedlo Čenkovice Černá hora ‐ Janské Lázně Černá Říčka Červenohorské sedlo Chotouň Davidovy boudy Dolní Morava Filipovice Skipark Harrachov Herlíkovice‐Bubákov Homole Poniklá Horní Domky ‐ Lysá Hora Javorový Vrch ‐ Třinec Ještěd ‐ Liberec Jonas Park ‐ Ostružná Kamenec ‐ Jablonec nad Jizerou Kašperské Hory Keilberg (Klínovec) Klepáčov Kohutka Kopřivná Kozinec ‐ Jilemnice Lipno Lucifer ‐ Josefův Důl Makov Malá Úpa Mariánky ‐ Mariánské Lázne Miroslav ‐ Lipová Lázně Mladé Buky Monínec ‐ Sedlec‐Prčice Mosty u Jablunkova Nové Hutě Pec pod Sněžkou Pec pod Sněžkou Praděd ‐ Malá Morávka (Ski Karlov) Přemyslov ‐ Jelení Pustevny Ramzová‐Bonera ‐ Åáerák Razula Rejdice Říčky v Orlických horách Samoty Severák Ski areál Desná Ski areál Kunčice Ski Bedřichov Ski Centrum Bublava ‐ Stříbrná Ski resort Praděd Skicentrum Deštné v Orlických horách Soláň ‐ Vrchol Soszów Špičák Špindlerův Mlýn Strážné Tanvaldský Špičák Telnice U Čápa ‐ Kořenov‐Příchovice Velká Úpa Vlek Zadov ‐ Kobyla

- Finland

Alhovuori Häkärinteet Himos Iso‐Syöte Kasurila Levi Luosto Ounasvaara Pallas Pyhä Riihuvuori Ruka Ruunarinteet Saariselkä Salla Simpsiö Suomu Tahko Tornikeskus ‐ Klaukkalan Vihti Ylläs

- France

Aiguilles En Queyras Aillon Margériaz ‐ Aillon Aillon Margériaz ‐ Margériaz Albiez Alpe d'Huez Alpe du Grand Serre Altiservice ‐ Font‐Romeu Altiservice ‐ Font‐Romeu/Pyrénées 2000 Altiservice ‐ Guzet Altiservice ‐ Saint‐Lary Ancelle Arêches‐Beaufort Arêches‐Beaufort ‐ Le Planey Ascou‐Pailhères Auron Aussois Autrans Autrans ‐ La Sure Ax 3 Domaines Bellevaux‐Hirmentaz Bernex Bonneval sur Arc Bourg D'Oueil Brameloup Cambre d'Aze ‐ Eyne Cambre d'Aze ‐ Saint‐Pierre‐Dels‐Forcats Camurac Cerdagne Puigmal Chabanon Chamonix ‐ Brévent Chamonix ‐ Balme‐Les Autannes Chamonix ‐ Flégère Chamonix ‐ Les Houches Champ Aux Dames Champ Du Feu Champagny En‐Vanoise Champonix ‐ Argentière/Les Grands Montets Champsaur 3 Gliss ‐ Saint Michel de Chaillol Chamrousse Cirque du Lys Col De Bagenelles Col de l'Arzelier ‐ Chateau Bernard Col De Porte Col du Granier Cordon Crévoux Dévoluy Dolleren ‐ Schlumpf Espace Diamant Espace Diamant ‐ Crest‐Voland Espace Diamant ‐ Flumet Espace Diamant ‐ Les Saisies Espace Diamant ‐ Notre Dame Espace Diamant ‐ Praz sur Arly Espace Dôle ‐ Les Jouvencelles Espace Killy‐ Val d'Isère Espace Lumière ‐ Pra Loup Espace Lumière ‐ Val d'Allos‐La Foux Espace San Bernardo ‐ La Rosière Espace Villard Corrençon Foncine Le Haut Fontaine Nicole Formiguères Galibier Thabor ‐ Valloire Galibier Thabor ‐ Valmeinier Gavarnie Gerardmer Ghisoni Goulier Neige Gourette Grand Tourmalet Pic du Midi ‐ La Mongie‐Barèges Greolieres Les Neige Gresse en Vercors Hautacam Hochfeld Isola 2000 Jaillet ‐ Combloux ‐ La Giettaz La Bresse ‐ Hautes‐Vosges La Chevrerie la Clusaz La Colmiane La Forêt Blanche ‐ Risoul La Forêt Blanche ‐ Vars La Grave‐La Meije La Loge Des Gardes La Motte d'Aveillans ‐ Les Signaraux La Norma La Pierre Saint Martin La Quillane La Sambuy La Schlucht Lac Blanc Laguiole Lans en Vercors Laye en Champsaur Le Bleymard ‐ Mont Loz Le Chazelet Le Collet d'Allevard Le Desert D'Entremont Le Grand Bornand ‐ Chinaillon Le Grand Bornand ‐ Village Le Grand Domaine ‐ Valmorel Le Grand Massif ‐ Flaine Le Grand Massif ‐ Les Carroz Le Grand Massif ‐ Morillon Le Grand Massif ‐ Samoëns Le Grand Massif ‐ Sixt Le Grand Puy Le Mourtis Le Reposoir Le Sauze Super Sauze Le Schnepfenried Le Semnoz Le Tanet Les 3 Vallées ‐ Belleville Les 3 Vallées ‐ Courchevel Les 3 Vallées ‐ Méribel Les 7 Laux ‐ Le Pleynet Les 7 Laux ‐ Prapoutel Les Angles Les Contamines Les Deux Alpes Les Estables Les Haberes Les Karellis Les Mont d'Olmes Les Orres Les Portes du Mont‐Blanc ‐ Combloux Les Portes du Mont‐Blanc ‐ Cordon Les Portes du Mont‐Blanc ‐ La Giettaz Les Portes du Soleil ‐ Avoriaz/Morzine/Montriond Les Portes du Soleil ‐ Châtel Les Portes du Soleil ‐ La Chapelle d'Abondance Les Portes du Soleil ‐ Les Gets Les Portes du Soleil ‐ Morzine Les Portes du Soleil ‐ St Jean d'Aulps Les Saises Les Sybelles ‐ La Toussuire Les Sybelles ‐ Le Corbier Les Sybelles ‐ Saint Colomban des Villards Les Sybelles ‐ Saint Sorlin D'Arves Luchon Superbagnères Lus ‐ La Jarjatte Luz Ardiden Massif de la Serra Massif du Sancy ‐ Chastreix Sancy Massif du Sancy ‐ Le Mont‐Dore Massif du Sancy ‐ Super‐Besse Méaudre Megève Métabief Mijoux ‐ La Faucille Molines En Queyras Mont Saxonnex Montmin ‐ Col de la Forclaz Monts Jura ‐ Lélex Monts Jura ‐ Menthières Monts Jura ‐ Mijoux Orcières Merlette Paradiski ‐ Montchavin/Les Coches Paradiski ‐ La Plagne Paradiski ‐ Les Arcs 1600 Paradiski ‐ Peisey/Vallandry Parc de loisirs de l‘Aigle Passy Plaine Joux Pays des Écrins ‐ Pelvoux‐Vallouise Pays des Écrins ‐ Puy Saint‐Vincent Peyragudes Piau Porté Puymorens Pralognan la Vanoise Prat Peyrot ‐ Mont Aigoual Praz de Lys‐Sommand Puyvalador Queyras ‐ Abriès Queyras ‐ Arvieux Réallon Ristolas Romme Sur Cluses Roubion Saint Bernard Du Touvet ‐ Col de Marcieu Saint Hilaire Du Touvet Saint Jean De Sixt Sainte Foy Tarentaise Sainte‐Anne Savoie Grand ‐ Plainpalais Savoie Grand Revard ‐ La Féclaz Savoie Grand Revard ‐ Le Revard Serre Chavalier ‐ Le Monêtier les Bains Serre Chavalier ‐ Villeneuve Serre Chevalier ‐ Briancon Serre Chevalier ‐ Chantemerle St Jean Montclar St Pierre de Chartreuse Thollon‐les‐Mémises Tignes Val Cenis Vanoise ‐ Lanslebourg Val Cenis Vanoise ‐ Lanslevillard Val Cenis Vanoise ‐ Termignon Val D' Allos ‐ Le Seignus Val D'Ese Val Louron Val Pelens ‐ Saint Martin D'Entraunes Valberg Valdrôme Valfréjus Vallée d'Aulps ‐ Drouzin le Mont Ventron Vergiu Via Lattea ‐ Montgenèvre

- Georgia


- Germany

Adelharz‐ and Breitensteinlifts ‐ Kranzegg (Rettenberg) Altastenberg Arber Bayerischer Wald Arnsberg Balderschwang Belchen Seilbahn Bocksberg ‐ Hahnenklee Brauneck Lenggries/Wegscheid Breitenberg/Hochalpe ‐ Pfronten Buchenberg ‐ Buching (Halblech) Enzklösterle Ernstthal (Lauscha) Fichtelberg ‐ Oberwiesenthal Fleckllift ‐ Warmensteinach Garmisch Classic ‐ Alpspitze Garmisch Classic ‐ Kreuzeck Garmisch Classic ‐ Zugspitze Gehrenlift ‐ Bischofsgrün Geißkopf ‐ Bischofsmais Götschen ‐ Bischofswiesen Grasgehren ‐ Bolgengrat Grün‐Maibrunn Herrischried Hindenburghütte Hochgrat Hochschwarzeck ‐ Ramsau bei Berchtesgaden Hohenbogen Homberg/Ziegenhelle ‐ Snow World Züschen Hörnerbahn ‐ Bolsterlang Hörnle ‐ Bad Kohlgrub Hündle/Thalkirchdorf Hündlebahn Imbergbahn Steibis Inselsberg ‐ Bad Tabarz Jenner am Königssee Kampenwandbahn ‐ Aschau Kapellenberg Kegelberg ‐ Erlbach Klausenlift ‐ Mehlmeisel Kolbensattel Kranzberg Kreuzberg Liftverbund Feldberg Markbuchen/Predigtstuhl Mittagbahn Mitterdorf Muggenbrunn Nebelhorn ‐ Oberstdorf Nesselwang ‐ Alpspitze (Alpspitzbahn) Notschrei Oberaudorf Hocheck Oberjoch Obersalzberg Oberstdorf/Riezlern Oberwarmensteinach Ochsenkopf Ofterschwanger/Gunzesried Pfronten‐Steinach Postwiesen Skidorf Pröller Skidreieck Rohrhardsberg ‐ Schonach Ruhrquelle Rusel Schmiedefeld am Rennsteig Schneeberglifte ‐ Waldau Schönwald Schwarzenbachlift ‐ Altglashütten Seibelseckle ‐ Seebach Silbersattel ‐ Steinach Sinswang Söllereck Sonnenlifte ‐ Röfleuten Spieserlifte Unterjoch Spitzingsee ‐ Stümpfling Spitzingsee ‐ Taubenstein Steibis ‐ Imberg Steinplatte/Winklmoosalm ‐ Waidring/Reit im Winkl Sudelfeld Thalerhöhe Todtnauberg Unternberg (Ruhpolding) Wallberg ‐ Rottach‐Egern Wasserkuppe Willingen ‐ Ettelsberg Winterberg Wurmberg ‐ Braunlage Wurmbergseilbahn

- Greece

3‐5 Pigadia Chelmos ‐ Kalavryta Elatochori ‐ Katerini Falakro Koziakas ‐ Pertouli Mount Parnassos ‐ Fterolakka Mount Parnassos ‐ Kellaria Ostrakina ‐ Mainalon Provitis Ilias ‐ Metsovo Tymfristos ‐ Velouchi Vasilitsa Voras ‐ Kaimaktsalan Dunakömlöd Mátraszentistván Sipark Síaréna Eplny Szilvásvára

- Iceland

Dalirnir Tveir Hlíðarfjall Skíðafélag Dalvíkur

- Israel

Mount Hermon Ski Resort

- Italy

Abetone/Val di Luce Alagna Valsesia/Gressoney‐La‐Trinité/Champoluc/Frachey (M Alpe Cermis ‐ Cavalese Alpe del Nevegal Alpe di Mera ‐ Scopello Alpe Lusia ‐ Bellamonte Alpe Lusia ‐ Moena/Bellamonte Alta Badia Alta Badia ‐ La Villa Alto Sangro ‐ Rivisondoli Altopiano di Brentonico ‐ Polsa/San Valentino Antagnod Antermoia Antholz Aprica Arabba Arioso ‐ Sasso di Castalda Auronzo di Cadore ‐ Monte Agudo Baranci (Haunold) Bardonecchia Belpiano (Schöneben) Belvedere Belvedere/Col Rodella/Ciampac/Buffaure ‐ Canazei/Campitel Biancaneve Biancoia ‐ Conco Bielmonte Bormio Borno Monte Altissimo Brembo ‐ Carona Brembo ‐ Foppolo Brentonico Ski Bruncu Spina Brusson/Estoul Caldirola ‐ Monte Gropà Camigliatello Silano Campiglio ‐ Pinzolo Campigna ‐ Montefalco Campitello Matese Campo Catino Campo di Giove Campo Felice Campo Staffi Carezza Ski Castiglione di Garfagnana Catinaccio Cerreto Laghi Chamois Champorcher Chiomonte Frais Cima Piazzi Cimone ‐ Montecreto/Sestola/Le Polle Civetta ‐ Alleghe Civetta ‐ Selva di Cadore Civetta ‐ Zoldo Cogne ‐ Gran Paradiso Colere Colle di Joux Corno alle Scale ‐ Lizzano in Belvedere Cortina d'Ampezzo Courmayeur ‐ Chécrouit/Val Veny Crévacol Croce d’Aune ‐ Monte Avena Doganaccia 2000 ‐ Cutigliano Domobianca Eremo di Monte Carpegna Espace San Bernardo ‐ La Thuile Etna Nord ‐ Linguaglossa Etna South/Nicolosi Febbio 2000 ‐ Monte Cusna Feldthurns (Velturno) Folgaria/Fiorentini Forni di Sopra Funes (Villnöss) Funivie Monte Bianco Furkel ‐ Trafoi Gambarie d'Aspromonte Garessio 2000 Gitschberg Jochtal Gran Sasso ‐ Campo Imperatore Gressoney‐Saint‐Jean ‐ Weissmatten Haideralm Kaberlaba Klausberg Kronplatz La Magdeleine Laceno Ladurns Lagazuói/5 Torri ‐ Passo Giau/Passo Falzàrego Lagorai/Passo Brocon ‐ Castello Tesino Latemar ‐ Obereggen Latemar ‐ Pampeago Latemar ‐ Predazzo Lavarone Ski Livigno ‐ North Livigno ‐ South Lizzola Lorica Lurisia ‐ Monte Pigna Lüsen Macesnovc Ratece Macugnaga Madonna di Campiglio/Pinzolo/Folgàrida/Marilleva Majelletta Malga San Giorgio Malga Varena ‐ Passo Lavazè Marinzen ‐ Castelrotto (Kastelruth) Marmolada ‐ Malga Ciapela Marsia ‐ Tagliacozzo Matterhorn ‐ Cervinia Matterhorn ‐ Valtournenche Melette 2000 ‐ Gallio Meran 2000 Mondolè Ski ‐ Artesina Mondolè Ski ‐ Frabosa Soprana Mondolè Ski ‐ Prato Nevoso Monesi di Triora Montagna Grande di Viggiano Monte Amiata Monte Baldo ‐ Malcesine/Prà Alpesina Monte Bondone Monte Livata Monte Magnola Impianti Monte Piselli ‐ San Giacomo Monte Pora Monte Prata Monte Sirino Monte Terminillo Monte Verena Monte Volturino Monte Zovetto ‐ Cesuna Montecampione Ski Area Montecopiolo ‐ Villagrande Monterosa Ski ‐ Alagna Valsesia Monterosa Ski ‐ Tschaval Mottarone Nova Ponente Oga ‐ San Colombano Ospitaletto Padola Di Comelico Paganella ‐ Andalo Panarotta 2002 Passo Cereda Passo dello Stelvio Passo Fedaia ‐ Pian dei Fiacconi (Marmolada) Passo Lanciano Passo Maniva Passo Maniva Passo Rolle Pejo Pera di Fassa Pescasseroli Pescegallo‐Valgerola Pescocostanzo Petersberg (Monte S. Pietro) ‐ Nova Ponente (Deutschnofen) Pfelders Pian Del Frais Pian delle Betulle ‐ Margno Pian di Sole Piancavallo Piane Di Mocogno Piani Di Bobbio Piano Battaglia Pichlberg ‐ Reinswald Pievepelago‐Sant'Annapelago Pila Pintura di Bolognola Pizzoferrato‐Valle di Sole/Gamberale Plose ‐ Brixen (Bressanone) Pontedilegno Tonale Pragelato Prags (Braies) Prali Prati di Tivo Prato Selva Presolana Ratschings‐Jaufen Ravascletto Rhêmes Notre Dame Riepen Ski Riserva Bianca ‐ Limone Piemonte Rittner Horn Riva di Tures Rosskopf (Monte Cavallo) ‐ Sterzing (Vipiteno) San Domenico ‐ Alpe Ciamporino San Martino di Castrozza San Pellegrino/Falcade San Simone San Vito Di Cadore Sangiacomo/Cardini ‐ Monte Alpet Santa Caterina Impianti Santo Stefano d'Aveto Sappada Sassotetto ‐ Santa Maria Maddalena Schia ‐ Monte Caio Schöneben Reschen Graun Sehwemmalm Seiser Alm Sella Novea Selvarotonda ‐ Cittareale Ski Pass Alto Sangro ‐ Roccaraso Speikboden Spiazzi di Gromo St. Magdalena (Gsies/Valle di Casies) Sulden am Ortler Tarscher Alm (Malga di Tarres) ‐ Latsch (Laces) Tarvisio ‐ Monte Lussari Tesido ‐ Taisten Three Peaks Dolomites ‐ Helm/Stiergarten/Rotwand/Kreuzbe Torgnon Usséglio ‐ Pian Benot Ussita Val di Fassa ‐ Pozza di Fassa Val Formazza Val Formica ‐ Cima Larici Val Gardena (Gröden) Val Senales Glacie Valbella di Gallio ‐ Sisemol Valchiavenna ‐ Campodolcino Valchiavenna ‐ Madesimo Valgrisenche Valmalenco ‐ Alpe Palù Ventasso Laghi ‐ Ramiseto Via Lattea ‐ Borgata Via Lattea ‐ Claviere Via Lattea ‐ Colle Via Lattea ‐ Sansicario Via Lattea ‐ Sauze D'oulx Via Lattea ‐ Sestriere Villaggio Palumbo Watles ‐ Malles Venosta Zoncolan ‐ Ravascletto/Sutrio Zum Zeri ‐ Passo dei due Santi

- Japan

Abashiri Lake View Akan Royal Valley Asahi Prime Asama 2000 Park Asarigawa Onsen Bankei Banshogahara Bibai Kokusetsu Biei Chomin Chateraise Ski Resort Yatsugatake Dogoyama Kogen Dynasty Ski Resort Eniwa Fu's Snow Area Fujiten Resort Fujiyama Snow Resort Yeti Fukui Izumi Furano Geihoku Kokusai Hachimantai Resort Panorama Hachimantai Resort Shimokura Haginoyama Shimin Hakkai Sanroku Hakuba 47 Hakuba Cortina Hakuba Goryu Hakuba Happo‐One Hakuba Iwatake Hakuba Norikura Onsen Hakusan Ichirino Onsen Hakusan Sena Kogen Hakusan Seymour Hakusan Shiramine Onsen Hida Funayama Snow Resort Arkopia Hijiriyama Panorama Houdaigi Iizuna Kogen Ina Ski Resort Inosawa Ski Resort Iox Arosa Itoshiro Itsukamachi Jam Katsuyama Kadohara Kanazawa Katsurazawa Kokusetsu Kawaba Kazawa Kirigamine Kiroro Kokusetsu Akankohan Komagane Kogen Kuzuryu Megahiraonsen Megahira Memuro Minakami Kogen Fujiwara Minakami Kogen Resort 200 Mitsui Greenland Mont Deus Hidakuraiyama Mount Racey Muica Snow Resort Muikamachi Hakkaisan Namari Onsen Nekoyama Niseko Moiwa Nozawa Onsen Nukabira Gensenkyo Numata‐cho Takaho Oana Okutone Orofure Osa Pallcall Tsumagoi Pirika Ringo Kyowakoku Rusutsu Saku Ski Garden Parada Sapporo Kokusai Sapporo Moiwayama Sapporo Teine ‐ Highland Sapporo Teine ‐ Olympia Shingo Daiichi Shiratori Kogen Shizukuishi Snow Cruise Onze Spring Valley Izumi Kogen Sun Alpina Kashimayari Sun Alpina Sanosaka Taira Tambara Ski Park Tazawako Tenguyama Tsugaike Kogen Urasa Kokusai Utopia Saioto White Valley Winghills Shirotori Yanaba Snow Park Yawata Kogen 191 Yunomaru Zao Liza Zao Onsen Zao Sarukura

- Kazakhstan


- Korea

Deogyusan Ski Resort Elysian Gangchon Resort High 1 Resort Konjiam Resort Oak Valley Snow Park Phoenix Park Sajo Resort Suanbo Star Hill Resort Vivaldi Park Welli Hilli Park Yangji Pine Resort Yongpyong Resort

- Kyrgyzstan

Kashka Suu Ski Resort

- Latvia

Ozolkalns Žagarkalns

- Lebanon

Faqra Laqlouq Qanat Bakish The Cedars

- Lietchtenstein


- New Zealand

Cardrona Alpine Resort Coronet Peak Hanmer Springs Mount Dobson Mt Hutt Mt Lyford Rainbow Roundhill ‐ Lake Tekapo Snow Farm Temple Basin The Remarkables Tukino Skifield Turoa Skifield Whakapapa Skifield

- Norway

Ål Skisenter Ålen Skisenter Alpinsenteret Beitostølen Skisenter Bortelid Breimsbygda ‐ Utvikfjellet Drammen Skisenter Eikedalen Fulufjellet Gaustablikk ‐ Rjukan Geilo Geilolia‐Kikut ‐ Geilo Grong Hafjell Harpefossen Hemsedal Hovden Hummelfjell Hurdal Jølster Skisenter Kirkerud Kolsås Skisenter Kongsberg Kvitfjell Myrkdalen Nesbyen Norefjell Oppdal Oslo Skisenter Grefsenkollen Oslo Vinterpark ‐ Tryvann Rauland Skisenter/Holtardalen Røldal Skisenter Sauda Skeikampen ‐ Gausdal Strandafjellet Sunnmørsalpane Svarstad Tjørhomfjellet/Ålsheia Trysil Uvdal Alpinsenter Valdres Alpinsenter Vassfjellet ‐ Klæbu/Trondheim Voss Resort Vrådal

- Poland

Art‐Ski Bielice Beskidek (Szczyrk) Białka Tatrzańska ‐ Kotelnica/Kaniówka/Bania Czantoria ‐ Ustroń Czarna Góra ‐ Sienna Dwie Doliny ‐ Wierchomla Mała/Szczawnik Góra Kamieńsk Góra Żar ‐ Miedzybrodzie Zywieckie Grapa Ski Harenda Hawrań ‐ Jurgów Kalnica Kamionna ‐ Laskowa Kasprowy Wierch Kasprowy Wierch ‐ Zakopane Kiczera‐Puławy ‐ Rymanów Limanowa Malta Ski ‐ Poznań (Posen) Nosal ‐ Bystre Oaza‐Ski ‐ Strzyzów Okrągła Górka ‐ Kamianna Osrodek Bystre ‐ Baligród Parchatka Park Szczęśliwice ‐ Warsaw (Warszawa) Rachowiec Rówienki ‐ Jawornik (Wisła) Rybno Siglay ‐ Wisla Slotwiny Arena Stożek ‐ Wisła Świeradów Zdrój Szczyrk ‐ Czyrna Szklarska Poręba ‐ Szrenica Szymoszkowa Tobołów ‐ Koninki Babiniec Wielka Sowa Witów

- Portugal

Serra da Estrela

- Republic of North Macedonia

Popova Sapka

- Romania

Azuga Poiana Brasov Straja Transalpina ‐ Vidra/Voineasa

- Russia

Abzakovo Alpika Servis Gazprom Mountain Resort (Laura) Gorky Gorod Gornaya Karusel Laura Biathlon & Ski Complex Magnitogorsk Mt Cheget Mt Elbrus Rosa Khutor Sorochany ‐ Kurovo Stepanovo Volen Yakhroma Park Zavjalikha

- Slovakia

Bachledova Dolina‐Jezersko Čertov Čertovica Čierny Balog Dobsinska Masa Dobšinská Maša Donovaly Fačkovské sedlo Jahodna Jasenska Dolina Jasná ‐ Srdiečko Jasná ‐ Zahradky Kubínska hoľa Liptovske Revuce Liptovsko Teplicka Lopusna Dolina Lučivná Snowpark Lysá Makov Martinské Hole Mlynky‐Gugel Nižná Uhliská Opalisko Ostrý Grúň Pezinska Baba Plejsy Podbanskv Polomka‐Bučník Rajecká Lesná Regetovka Roháče‐Spálena Ruzomberok Skipark Šachtičky Salamandra Resort Selce Cachovo Skalka Ski Arekl Skalite ‐ Serafinov Ski center Kuzminovo Ski Centre Levoča Ski centrum Mýto Ski Drienca Ski Park ‐ Vysny Ruzbachy Ski Park ‐ Vysny Ruzbachy Ski Resort Javorovica Ski resort Kavečany Ski Skorusina Ski TAJA_Tatranska Javorina Ski Turecka Ski Zsbava ‐ Hrusthn Skicentrum Strednica Zdiar Skipark Chlmec Skipark Erika Snowland Snowpark Lucivnr Starý Smokovec‐Hrebienok Stebnícka Huta Tále Telgárt Velká Raca Vrátna Vysoké Tatry ‐ Åátrbské Pleso Vysoké Tatry ‐ Tatranská Lomnica Zuberec‐Milotin‐Janovky

- Slovenia

Bohinj ‐ Kobla Bohinj ‐ Vogel Golte Kanin Ski Resort ‐ Bovec Kranjska Gora Kranjska Gora ‐ Planica Kranjska Gora ‐ Podkora Krvavec Mariborsko Pohorje Poseka Rogla Soriska Planina Vogel

- Spain

Alto Campoo Astún Baqueira ‐ Beret Baqueira Beret ‐ Baqueira Baqueira Beret ‐ Beret Baqueira Beret ‐ Bonaigua Boí‐Taüll Candanchú Cerler Espot Esqui Formigal Formigal ‐ Portalet Formigal ‐ Zona Cantal Formigal ‐ Zona Izas Formigal - Zona Sarrios Formigal ‐ Zona Sextas Formigat ‐ Zona Anayet Fuentes de Invierno Javalambre La Pinilla Masella‐La Molina ‐ La Molina Masella‐La Molina ‐ Masella Pal/Arinsal ‐ La Massana Panticosa‐Los Lagos Panticosa‐Los Lagos ‐ Sabocos Pleta del Prat ‐ Tavascan Port del Comte Porte Ainé Pradollano Rasos de Peguera San Isidro Sierra de Béjar ‐ La Covatilla Valdelinares Valdesqui Vall de Núria Vallter 2000

- Sweden

Aboda Klint ‐ Högsby Almåsa fritid i offerdal Åre ‐ Björnen Åre ‐ Duved Åre ‐ Rodkullen Åre ‐ Tegefjäll Åre By Åre Race Arena Björnrike Bjursås Branäs Bydalsfjällen ‐ Bydalen Dundret ‐ Gällivare Edsåsdalen Falköping Alpin Fjällby ‐ Björkliden Gesundaberget Granberget ‐ Leksand Grövelfjäll Gruvbacken Hallstaberget Hammarbybacken ‐ Stockholm Hassela Höghedens Slalomklubb Idre Fjäll Isaberg ‐ Hestra Kåbdalis Kappruet Kittelfjäll Kläppen Kungsburget Lindvallen/Högfjället (Sälen) Mullsjö Alpin Center Prästberget Ramundberget Rättviksbacken Riksgränsen Romme Alpin Säfsen Ski Sunne Storhogna‐Klövsjö ‐ Klövsjö Storhogna‐Klövsjö ‐ Storhogna Högfjällshotell Storklinten Storlien Storstenshöjden Stöten Tandådalen‐Hundfjaellet ‐ Hundfjaellet Center Tandådalen‐Hundfjaellet ‐ Tandådalen Center Tännäskröket Tänndalen Trillevallen Trillevallen Ulricehamn Valfjället Vallåsen Vemdalsskalet Wäsabergen

- Switzerland

4 Vallées ‐ Verbier ‐ La Tzoumaz ‐ Nendaz ‐ Veysonnaz ‐ Thyo Adelboden ‐ Elsigen‐Metsch Adelboden ‐ Hahnenmoos Adelboden ‐ Lenk Adelboden ‐ Silleren Airolo‐Pesciüm Aletsch Arena AG Aletsch Riederalp Bahnen Alpes Vaudoises ‐ Les Diablerets Amden Amden ‐ Arvenbühl Andermatt ‐ Gemsstock Andermatt ‐ Nätschen Anzère Arolla Arosa Arosa‐Lenzerheide Atzmaennig Axalp ob Brienz Balmberg Belalp‐Blatten‐Naters Betelberg Bettmeralp Bahnen AG Bivio Boltigen ‐ Jaun Pass Braunwald Brigels‐Waltensburg‐Andiast ‐ Brigels Brigels‐Waltensburg‐Andiast ‐ Waltensburg Bugnenets‐Savagnières Buttes‐La Robella Champex‐Lac Charmey Château d'Oex/La Braye Chuenisbärgli Corvatsch‐Furtschellas Crans‐Montana‐Aminona Crêt‐du‐Puy ‐ Le Pâquier Davos Klosters ‐ Jakobshorn Davos Klosters ‐ Madrisa Davos Klosters ‐ Madrisa Davos Klosters ‐ Pischa Davos Klosters ‐ Rinerhorn Diavolezza‐Lagalb ‐ Diavolezzabahn Disentis 3000 Ebenalp ‐ Wasserauen Eischoll Elsigen‐Metsch Frutigen Engadin St Mortiz ‐ Zuoz Engelberg Espace Super Saint‐Bernard Evolène ‐ La Forclaz Feldis‐Mutta Flims‐Laax‐Falera Flumserberg Gitschenen Glacier 3000 (Gstaad) Grächen Grimentz Grimmialp Grindelwald Gruesch‐Danusa Gspon Gstaad Gstaad ‐ Chateau d'Oex Gstaad ‐ Eggli‐La Videmanette Gstaad ‐ Saanen Gstaad ‐ Saanenmöser Gstaad ‐ Schönried ‐ Relleri Gstaad ‐ Wasserngrat Gstaad ‐ Wispile Gstaad ‐ Zweisimmen Gurnigel Habkern Hoch‐Ybrig Hohwald Waldegg ‐ Beatenberg Jaun Jeizinen‐Gampel Jungfau Ski Region ‐ Lauterbrunnen Jungfau Ski Region ‐ Mürren Kandersteg Klewenalp Klewenalp ‐ Beckenried Klewenalp ‐ Emmeten Klewenalp ‐ Stockhütte La Berra La Fouly Lauchernalp Lauenen Le Massif de la Dôle ‐ Les Dappes Le Moleson ‐ Gruyères Les Breuleux Les Mosses‐La Lécherette Les Portes du Soleil ‐ Champery Les Portes du Soleil ‐ Champoussin Les Portes du Soleil ‐ Les Crosets Les Portes du Soleil ‐ Morgins Les Portes du Soleil ‐ Torgon Les Quatre Vallées ‐ Bruson Les Quatre Vallées ‐ Evolène Les Quatre Vallées ‐ La Tzoumaz Les Quatre Vallées ‐ Nendaz Les Quatre Vallées ‐ Siviez Les Quatre Vallées ‐ Thyon Les Collons Les Quatre Vallées ‐ Veysonnaz Leysin Luftseilbahnen Fiesch ‐ Eggishorn AG Marbach Matterhorn ‐ Zermatt Meiringen‐Hasliberg Melchsee‐Frutt Minschuns‐Val Müstair Moosalp ‐ Toerbel Mörlialp Mutten Mythen Region ‐ Brunni‐Haggenegg Mythen Region ‐ Holzegg Mythen Region ‐ Rubli‐Betriebs AG Nara Nax ‐ Mont ‐ Noble Niederhorn Obersaxen‐Mundaun‐Val Lumnezia Oeschinensee Ovronnaz Parsenn ‐ Klosters Pizol ‐ Bad Ragaz Pizol ‐ Wangs Rathvel ‐ Châtel‐St‐Denis Rigi Rosswald Rothwald ‐ Wasenalp Saas‐Grund Saas‐Almagell Saas‐Balen Saas‐Fee Sainte‐Croix‐Les Rasses Salvan‐Les Marécottes Samnaun San Bernardino Sarn‐Heinzenberg Sattel‐Hochstuckli Savognin Schilthorn Schwarzsee Scuol Sedrun ‐ Valtgeva Sedrun Oberalp Sierre‐Anniviers ‐ Chandolin Sierre‐Anniviers ‐ St Luc Sierre‐Anniviers ‐ Zinal Sörenberg/Rothorn/Rossweid Splügen‐Tambo St. Mortiz St. Stephan Stoos ‐ Fronalpstock Tarasp, Fontana Toggenburg Torrent ‐ Leukerbad Tramelan Tschappina‐Lüsch‐Urmein TschentenAlp Adelboden Tschiertschen Unterbach Vercorin Vichères‐Liddes Villars ‐ Gryon ‐ Les Diablerets Visperterminen‐Giw Wengen Wiriehorn

- Turkey

Dorukkaya Ski and Mountain Resort Erciyes Grand Erzurum ‐ Palandöken Sarıkamış Cibiltepe Ski Centre Uluda

- Ukraine

Bukovel Ski Sinyak Slavsko Mt Trostian Trostyan

- United Kingdom

Cairngorm Mountain Glencoe Mountain Glenshee Nevis Range Raise ‐ Lake District Ski Club The Lecht Weardale Ski Club

- United States

Alaska Alyeska Resort Eaglecrest Ski Area ‐ Juneau Fort Wainwright/Birch Hill ‐ Fairbanks Hilltop Ski Area ‐ Anchorage Moose Mountain Ski Resort Skiland ‐ Mt. Aurora Arizona Arizona Snowbowl Elk Ridge Ski and Outdoor Recreation Area ‐ Williams Mount Lemmon Ski Valley Sunrise Park Resort California Alpine Meadows Alta Sierra Ski Resort ‐Shirley Meadows Badger Pass Ski Area Bear Valley Resort Big Bear Mountain Resort‐ Bear Mountain Big Bear Mountain Resort‐Snow Summit Boreal Mountain Resort China Peak Mountain Resort Coppervale Ski Area Dodge Ridge Donner Ski Ranch Granlibakken Tahoe Heavenly Heavenly Lake Tahoe Homewood Mountain Resort June Mountain Ski Area Kirkwood Mammoth Mountain Ski Area Mountain High Resort‐ East Mountain High Resort‐ North Mountain High Resort‐ West Mt Baldy Resort Mt Shasta Ski Park Mt Waterman Northstar California Resort Sierra at Tahoe Snow Valley Soda Springs Squaw Valley Sugar Bowl Resort Tahoe Donner Colorado Arapahoe Basin Ski Area Aspen Snowmass Aspen Snowmass‐ Aspen Highlands Aspen Snowmass‐ Aspen Mountain Aspen Snowmass‐Buttermilk Beaver Creek Breckenridge Ski Resort Copper Mountain Crested Butte Eldora Granby Ranch Hesperus Ski Area Howelsen Hill ‐ Steamboat Springs Kendall Mountain ‐ Silverton Keystone Loveland Ski Area Monarch Mountain Powderhorn Mountain Resort Purgatory Resort ‐ Durango Silverton Mountain Ski Cooper Steamboat Ski & Resort Sunlight Mountain Resort Telluride Ski Resort Vail Winter Park Resort Wolf Creek Ski Area Connecticut Mohawk Mountain Ski Area Mt Southington Ski Area Powder Ridge Mountain Park & Resort Ski Sundown Iowa Mt Crescent Ski Area Seven Oaks Sundown Mountain Resort Idaho Bald Mountain Ski Area Bogus Basin Brundage Mountain Kelly Canyon Ski Resort Lookout Pass Magic Mountain Ski Resort Payette Lakes Ski Club Pebble Creek Pomerelle Mountain Resort Schweitzer Mountain Resort Silver Mountain Resort Snowhaven Ski & Tubing Area Soldier Mountain Sun Valley ‐ Bald Mountain Sun Valley ‐ Dollar Mountain Tamarack Resort Illinois Chestnut Mountain Resort Four Lakes Snowstar Villa Olivia ‐ Bartlett Indiana Paoli Peaks Perfect North Slopes Maine Big Squaw Mountain Ski Resort BigRock Mountain Black Mountain Ski Resort ‐ Rumford Camden Snow Bowl Eaton Mountain Hermon Mountain Ski Area Lost Valley Ski Area Mt Abram Saddleback Maine Shawnee Peak Sugarloaf Sunday River Resort Titcomb Mountain Maryland Wisp Resort ‐ McHenry (Deep Creek Lake) Massachusetts Berkshire East Blandford Ski Area Blue Hills Ski Area Bousquet Mountain Jiminy Peak Nashoba Valley Ski Area Otis Ridge Ski Bradford Ski Butternut Ski Ward Ski Area Wachusett Mountain Michigan Alpine Valley Ski Area ‐ White Lake Big Powderhorn Mountain Resort Big Snow Resort‐Blackjack Mountain Big Snow Resort‐Indianhead Mountain Bittersweet Resort Boyne Highlands Resort Boyne Mountain Resort Caberfae Peaks Cannonsburg Ski Area Crystal Mountain Marquette Mountain Mont Ripley Ski Area Mount Bohemia Mt Brighton Mt Holly Norway Mountain Nubs Nob Ski Area Pine Knob Ski & Snowboard Resort Pine Mountain Porcupine Mountains Ski Area Preserve Hickory Ski Brule Swiss Valley Ski & Snowboard Area Timber Ridge Ski Area Treetops Sylvan Minnesota Afton Alps Andes Tower Hills Buck Hill Coffee Mill Ski Area Eagle Ridge Resort at Lutsen Mountains Giants Ridge Hyland Hills Ski Area Mount Kato Ski Area Powder Ridge Spirit Mountain Welch Village Ski and Snowboard Area Wild Mountain Missouri Hidden Valley Montana Bear Paw Ski Bowl Big Sky ‐ Moonlight Basin Big Sky Resort Blacktail Mountain Ski Area Bridger Bowl Discovery Ski Area Great Divide Ski Area Lost Trail Powder Mountain Marshall Mountain Maverick Mountain Ski Area Montana Snowbowl Red Lodge Mountain Showdown Montana Teton Pass Ski Area Turner Mountain Ski Area Whitefish Mountain Resort Yellowstone Club Nevada Diamond Peak Ski Resort Lee Canyon Mt Rose Ski Tahoe New Hampshire Abenaki Ski Area Arrowhead Recreation Area Attitash Mountain Resort Black Mountain ‐ Jackson Bretton Woods Cannon Mountain Cranmore Mountain Resort Crotched Mountain Dartmouth Skiway Gunstock Mountain Resort King Pine Purity Spring Resort Loon Mountain Resort McIntyre Ski Area Mount Sunapee Pats Peak Ski Area Ragged Mountain Resort Tenney Mountain The Balsams Resort Waterville Valley Resort Whaleback Mountain Wildcat Mountain New Jersey Campgaw Mountain Hidden Valley Club Mountain Creek Resort ‐ Vernon New Mexico Angel Fire Resort Pajarito Mountain Ski Area Red River Ski Area Sandia Peak Ski Area Sipapu Ski Apache Ski Santa Fé Taos Ski Valley New York Belleayre Brantling Ski Slopes Bristol Mountain Catamount Mountain Resort Cockaigne Resort Dry Hill Ski Area Gore Mountain Greek Peak Mountain Resort Holiday Mountain Holiday Valley Holimont Hunt Hollow Ski Club Hunter Mountain Kissing Bridge Maple Ski Ridge McCauly Mountain Ski Area Mount Pisgah Recreation Center Mt. Peter Oak Mountain Peek'n Peak Resort Plattekill Mountain SKICNY‐Labrador Mountain SKICNY‐Song Mountain Snow Ridge Swain Resort Thunder Ridge Ski Area Titus Mountain Family Ski Center Toggenburg Mountain Tuxedo Ridge Ski Center Whiteface Mountain Wildcat Mountain Windham Mountain Woods Valley North Carolina Beech Mountain Resort Cataloochee Ski Area Sugar Mountain Resort Wolf Ridge Ski Resort North Dakota Bear's Den Mountain ‐ Fort Ransom Ohio Boston Mills Brandywine Clear Fork Mad River Mountain Snow Trails Oregon Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort Cooper Spur Mountain Resort Ferguson Ridge Ski Area Hoodoo Ski Resort Mount Hood Skibowl Mt Ashland Ski Area Mt Bachelor Mt Hood Meadows Ski Resort Spout Springs Ski Area Summit Ski Area at Mt. Hood Timberline Lodge & Ski Area Warner Canyon Ski Area ‐ Lakeview Willamette Pass Pennsylvania Alpine Mountain Resort Bear Creek Mountain Resort Big Boulder Blue Knob All Seasons Resort Blue Mountain Resort Camelback Mountain Denton Hill State Park Eagle Rock Resort Elk Mountain Ski Resort Hidden Valley Resort (PA) Jack Frost Laurel Mountain Ski Resort Liberty Mountain Resort Montage Mountain Mount Pleasant of Edinboro Roundtop Mountain Resort Seven Springs Mountain Resort Shawnee Mountain Ski Area Ski Sawmill Family Resort Spring Mountain Adventures Tanglewood Whitetail Resort South Dakota Deer Mountain Ski Resort Great Bear Ski Valley Terry Peak Ski Area Tennessee Ober Gatlinburg Utah Alta Ski Area Beaver Mountain Virginia Bryce Resort Massanutten Resort The Homestead Resort Ski Slopes Wintergreen Resort Vermont Bear Creek Mountain Resort Bolton Valley Bromley Mountain Burke Mountain Haystack Mountain ‐ The Hermitage Club Jay Peak Resort Killington Lyndon Outing Club Mad River Glen Magic Mountain Middlebury College Snow Bowl Mount Snow Okemo Pico Mountain Smugglers' Notch Smugglers Notch Resort Stowe Stratton Mountain Resort Sugarbush Resort ‐ Lincoln Peak Sugarbush Resort ‐ Mt Ellen Suicide Six Ski Area Washington 49 Degrees North Mountain Resort Bluewood Crystal Mountain Resort Loup Loup Ski Bowl Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort‐Wenatchee Mt Baker Ski Area Mt Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park Sitzmark Ski Area Stevens Pass Summit at Snoqualmie‐Alpental The Summit at Snoqualmie ‐ Summit East The Summit at Snoqualmie ‐ Summit West The Summit at Snoqualmie ‐ Summit Central White Pass Ski Area Wisconsin Alpine Valley Cascade Mountain Christie Mountain Devil's Head Granite Peak Ski Area Little Switzerland Mont du Lac Resort Mt La Crosse Sunburst The Rock Snow Park Trollhaugen Whitecap Mountains Wilmot Mountain West Virginia Canaan Valley Resort Silver Creek Snowshoe Mountain Resort Winterplace Ski Resort Wyoming Grand Targhee Resort Hogadon Basin Ski Area Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Meadowlark Ski Lodge Pine Creek Ski Resort Snow King Mountain Resort ‐ Jackson Snowy Range White Pine Resort ‐ Pinedale
Be safe this winter whilst Outdoors

Don’t get caught out this Winter when in the outdoors

,Don’t get caught out this Winter when in the outdoors, your GPS will keep you updated about daylight hours. One of the lesser-known features on Garmin GPS units, is the ability to display the Sunrise and Sunset times at your location. They will even show features such as time in hours until sunset or sunrise. When out walking or running this winter the reassurance of having this information can really enhance your day. Allowing you to enjoy the activity knowing you will not get caught out. Access this on a handheld unit; There is a Sunrise/Sunset icon on the main menu. This will then give you the Sunrise & Sunset times at your location. Using the menu system you can also change the location it is giving this information for. This is updated live from the satellites, once you are outdoors and it has logged onto the satellites this information will be automatically updated. On a Garmin Fenix GPS watch;you can get the same information – this is available via the widget screen. If the GPS is not in the use the data comes from the Garmin Connect location, GPS is in use this data is calculated for your location. If you do get caught out with Sunset times on the hill having an “epic” day – not a problem! Garmin units pack some great features to help with these days. The GPSMap 66 series now has backlit buttons, seeing them on the hill in dusk is simple and easy and these will automatically activate when the ambient light level drops. If the day really does get extended all Garmin handheld units can or do run on AA batteries. So if you need extra power you can just pop some spare batteries into the unit, all information will be automatically saved.