Take The Lake At Alpine Meadows

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Lake Tahoe, CA – Alpine Meadows Resort has sounded the competition alarm by announcing the Take the Lake competition, taking place Friday, March 18 through Sunday, March 20. Competitors can expect a sizable triple jumpline and a $15,000 purse.

Contest venue crafted by jump-building legend
Park designer Jonahs David is known for pushing together huge jumps and this contest will bring out his best work. “Big jumps and jumplines are definitely my specialty,” said David. “There’s a lot of fun in building the perfect air, and there’s definitely a select group of athletes who know how to ride really well in a big air jumpline. Competitors will definitely be stoked by what I have planned,” he added. 

Competition registration details
Registration fee is $100 and includes the Friday, March 18 practice day; the Saturday qualifying rounds; and for those who qualify, the Sunday finals. Competitors can register at SkiAlpine.com.

Lodging: Visit skiaslpine.com for all lodging needs

Take the Lake Schedule

Friday – Practice rounds:
Practice is available for registered competitors only from 10am to 4pm.

Saturday – Qualifying rounds:
Qualifying rounds – Practice times available from 1pm til 2pm; competition starts at 2pm. Each competitor will receive two qualifying runs.

Sunday – Competition finals:
Practice times available from 1pm til 2pm; final competition rounds start at 2pm. Each competitor will receive two final runs. The awards ceremony starts at 4pm on the Alpine Meadows sundeck or in the Last Chair Bar & Grill if weather is inclement.  

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