Lee Canyon is ready to usher in the winter season with its annual aprés-ski-themed Pray for Snow Party Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022.
Now in its sixth year, this year’s Pray for Snow event is being held at Hillside Lodge’s Bristlecone Bar from 2 to 5 p.m.
The passholder appreciation event also marks the final day of early-bird rates for Lee Canyon’s 2022/23 winter season passes. Skiers and snowboarders can pick up or purchase a pass at the event.
Pray for Snow is an all-ages, family-friendly event that’s free to attend.
Guests are encouraged to bring gently used or new coats and new socks to donate to Lee Canyon’s Spread the Warmth Coat Drive, benefitting Project 150. Donation bins are also available at the following locations:
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- Las Vegas Cyclery (10575 Discovery Dr.)
- Powder and Sun (4555 S Fort Apache Rd.)
- REI Boca Park (710 S. Rampart Blvd.)
- Southwest Bikes (7290 W Azure Dr #110)
- REI Green Valley (2220 Village Walk Dr. Ste. 150)
- The Pad Climbing Gym (7585 Commercial Way Ste. J)
“Pray for Snow has become a reunion for skiers and snowboarders as they reconnect before the snow starts to fall. Given the recent surge in Las Vegas’ population, Pray for Snow is also a great way for new residents to meet the local ski and snowboard community,” says Jim Seely, Lee Canyon’s director of marketing.
Lee Canyon plans to open for its 2022/23-winter season in early December, pending appropriate weather conditions. The resort’s daily winter operating hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Guests planning to visit Lee Canyon are encouraged to purchase tickets online for discounts and avoid sold-out dates. For information on opening day, visit www.leecanyonlv.com.
As part of POWDR’s adventure lifestyle portfolio of mountain properties, Lee Canyon aims to offer guests memorable experiences that integrate entertainment with adventure in a fantastic setting.
About Lee Canyon
Lee Canyon is located approximately one hour from downtown Las Vegas in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.
Established in 1963, Lee Canyon offers guests 195 acres of terrain, 27 trails accessed via three chairlifts, 250 acres of hike-to terrain, and a lift-served tubing hill.
Averaging more than 161 inches of snowfall annually, Lee Canyon offers ski and snowboard coaching, terrain parks, and lodge amenities such as dining and retail, as well as a host of summer activities.