Winter Dew Tour Transportation Details

Snowbasin will be providing complimentary bus transportation from the Ogden area to the Dew Tour Events at Snowbasin on Saturday and Sunday (Feb. 11th & 12th). Spectator pick-up will be approximately every 15-20 minutes at each location during peak periods.


Dee Events Center & Weber Canyon* to Snowbasin


Saturday           9 a.m. – 5 p.m.


Sunday 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.


Snowbasin to Weber Canyon & Dee Events Center*


Saturday        10 a.m. – 8 p.m.


Sunday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

 *Specific pick-up points are the south parking lot of theDee Events Centeron 4600 South and the Staker/Parson’s parking lot west of the Weber Canyon Park ‘n Ride.

Snowboard Superpipe Final Highlights – Toyota Championships 2011

Luke Mitrani Kills It in Pipe, Vito Takes Cup, Clark Gets Win and Cup

After pulling the run of his life, Luke Mitrani stood at the top of the podium and in classic style, said that all he remembered is that he blacked out, got to the bottom of the pipe and the crowd was screaming for him.

The 20-year-old Frends rider just happened to pull the highest scoring Winter Dew Tour pipe run ever, and his 97.00 bumped his older brother Jack off the podium into fourth place. They jokingly duked it out at the base of the Snowbasin pipe, but Jack said he was super stoked for his little bro.

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Luke linked together a double Michalchuk, frontside 9, backside 5, front 10 and cab double 10 for the win.

Luke Mitrani throwing the double Michalchuk

“I’ve actually never won a contest this big so I’m pretty pumped right now,” Mitrani said. “I didn’t do so hot at the past couple stops and my confidence level wasn’t so high, so I went into this contest not really stressing, just having fun, and I guess that’s when I do best.”

Louie Vito won the last two stops of the Winter Dew Tour and came into this weekend’s Toyota Championships favored to win the overall Dew Cup, and that’s exactly what he did. Unfortunately, he wasn’t able to pull the runs he wanted and finished off the podium in seventh place.

“You know I would have liked to get up on the podium, but Luke and Greg rode super well,” Vito said. “It would have been nice to get on there with them because the riding level was sick tonight, but it is what it is. I got the Dew Cup, so I guess on the bright side I’m happy to be ending with that. It’s a love hate. I’m stoked I got the Dew Cup, but bummed I didn’t get on the podium.”

Louie Vito, your new snowboard pipe Dew Cup Champ

Greg Bretz, 20, was killing it in finals, and the Mammoth local finished second with three 1080 variations that earned him a 95.00. He even pulled back-to-back double corks in his second run.

“I’ve only linked back-to-back doubles once before that and I put it down and it was amazing,” Bretz said.

Third place with 92.00 went to the veteran of the bunch, 28-year-old Steve Fisher, who decided to keep his secret weapon, well…secret, until an opportunity like this presented itself. And it was in front of a capacity crowd lining the pipe that Fisher landed his first ever frontside 10 double cork.

“I’ve done it into an airbag a few times, but that’s it,” Fisher said. “I tried it on a wall once but didn’t even come close.”

Dialing in tricks like that is exactly how he keeps up with the progression of the sport and competes against the younger guys.

In the women’s field, Kelly Clark went from dead last in Finals at the first event of the season, to impressive back-to-back wins at last month’s Winter Dew Tour and tonight’s Toyota Championship. Her results put her in first place overall and she collected the second Dew Cup of her career.

Kelly Clark blasting

“I’m glad I could recover from my Breckenridge experience and to come back and win the last two and walk away with the Dew Cup,” Clark said. “It’s a lot of fun and I’m even happier with my riding.”

Her winning run had a frontside 7, cab 7, frontside 10, cab 3, frontside 5 and backside 5.

Last year’s Dew Cup champ Kaitlyn Farrington was in third-place going into her final run, and she stepped it up with a backside 5, frontside 7, cab 7, backside 5 and an alley oop 5 that bumped her up to second with a 91.00.

“I’m super stoked,” Farrington said. “This is one of the best pipes I’ve ridden this season so it was just great to come here and be comfortable.”

Japan’s Soko Yamaoka also increased her score on her second run and finished in third overall after a solid run that included a McTwist, frontside 7, and back-to-back 5s and a score of 86.25.

“I’m really, really happy,” Yamaoka said. “Snowboarding is my life.”


Local Favorite Alex Schlopy Takes Top Honors in the Men’s Freeski Slopestyle Final and Kaya Turski wins the Women’s at Snowbasin Resort

Ogden, Utah – February 13, 2011 – After dominating on the slopes all season, 19-year-old Bobby Brown of Breckenridge, Colo. concluded the Toyota Championship as the overall men’s freeski slopestyle Dew Cup champion. Brown narrowly missed the podium in today’s final with a fourth place finish, but earned enough points to push him to the top of the freeski slopestyle rankings and take home the coveted Cup. With his hometown cheering him on, Park City, Utah native Alex Schlopy, 18, won his first Winter Dew Tour final in men’s freeski slopestyle. On the women’s front, Canadian Kay Turski, 22, landed on top of the podium with a winning score of 89.50.

“I’m super stoked about winning the Dew Cup,” said Brown. “It’s great to be out here in the sunny weather here in Snowbasin and to end up winning. I’m pumped.”
The men’s freeski slopestyle final concluded with local Utah athletes in the number one and two podium positions. Schlopy wowed the crowd with a technical run that included a front 3 swap, blind 3 swap, blind 2 out, blind 630 out of the canyon, lefside 900 to switch 1440 for a top score of 94.50. After winning the Last Chance Qualifier and placing first in the prelims, Utah’s Joss Christensen, age 19, finished in second with a score of 92.00. Australia’s Russ Henshaw earned the third podium position with a score of 87.50.
“It’s crazy to have won. I’ve been looking at those Dew Tour trophies for a long time, and I finally got one so I’m stoked,” said Schlopy. “It’s a beautiful day out here, and we’re having fun. It’s Utah, my hometown state so it’s good.”

In the women’s freeski slopestyle final, Turski stomped the competition, throwing out a front switchup into switch 270 blind up to a front 270 out of the flat rail to a cab 720 to a cab 540, for a top score of 89.50. Devin Logan, age 17 of Dover, Vt., finished second with an 85.00 and Australia’s Anna Segal, 24, rounded out the podium in third with a 79.25.
“I’m just really excited to have won today,” said Turski. “I pulled it together, and I’m really stoked on my season so far so I hope I can just keep it going.”
The four-day competition is the third and final stop on the 2010-11 Winter Dew Tour season featuring men and women’s snowboarding and freeskiing disciplines. The Toyota Championship will conclude today with the men and women’s snowboard slopestyle finals where the remaining Dew Cup champions will be honored.
Winter Dew Tour’s Toyota Championship
Sunday, February 13, 2011
Ogden, Utah – Snowbasin Resort
Men’s Freeski Slopestyle – Finals
1. Alex Schlopy, Park City, Utah, 94.50. 2. Joss Christensen, Park City, Utah, 92.00. 3. Russ Henshaw, Australia, 87.50. 4. Bobby Brown, Breckenridge, Colo., 85.00. 5. Jossi Wells, New Zealand, 84.00. 6. JF Houle, Canada, 82.00. 7. Sammy Carlson, Tigard, Ore., 80.75. 8. Philip Casabon, Canada, 79.00. 9. Tom Wallisch, Pittsburgh, Penn., 69.50. 10. McRae Williams, Park City, Utah, 65.00. 11. Dane Tudor, Palmer, Ark., 55.50. 12. Elias Abuhl, Switzerland, 16.00.
Men’s Freeski Slopestyle – Tour Rankings
1. Bobby Brown, 274. 2. Russ Henshaw, 234. 3. Alex Schlopy, 219. 4. JF Houle, 218. 5. Sammy Carlson, 210. 6. Elias Ambuhl, 204. 7. Philip Casabon, Canada, 157. 8. McRae Williams, 153. 9. Alexis Godbout, 150. 10. Tom Wallisch, 144.
Women’s Freeski Slopestyle – Finals
1. Kaya Turski, Canada, 89.50. 2. Devin Logan, Dover, Vt., 85.00. 3. Anna Segal, Australia, 79.25. 4. Kim Lamarre, Canada, 68.25. 5. Keri Herman, Breckenridge, Colo., 65.50. 6. Ashley Battersby, Park City, Utah, 61.75
Women’s freeski results are not part of season-long Dew Cup rankings.
The complete 2010-11 Winter Dew Tour schedule is as follows:
Event Date Location
Nike 6.0 Open                         Dec. 16-19        Breckenridge Ski Resort – Breckenridge, Colo.
Winter Dew Tour Killington      Jan. 20-23         Killington Resort – Killington, Vt.
Toyota Championships            Feb. 10-13        Snowbasin Resort – Ogden, Utah
In its third season, the top athletes in the world will take part in the 2010-11 Winter Dew Tour, all competing for the highly coveted Dew Cup that will be awarded at the Toyota Championship at Snowbasin Resort in Ogden, Utah. The 2009-10 Dew Cup champions include Andreas Hatveit (Freeski Slopestyle), Jossi Wells (Freeski Superpipe), Jamie Anderson (Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle), Sage Kotsenburg (Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle), Kaitlyn Farrington (Women’s Snowboard Superpipe), JJ Thomas (Men’s Snowboard Superpipe).
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Winter Dew Tour
The Winter Dew Tour consists of three major, multi-sport events spanning across the country, with a cumulative points system, and a $1.5 million competitive purse.  Each event features snowboard (superpipe and slopestyle) and freeskiing (superpipe and slopestyle). At season’s end, the overall point’s leaders are crowned year-end champions and awarded the prestigious Dew Cup. As part of an Alli property, key lifestyle elements compliment the competitions at each Tour event including the Festival Village, specialty competitions, and live cutting edge music. The Winter Dew Tour is broadcast live on NBC Sports with additional competition and lifestyle broadcasts on MTV, MTV2 and USA.  The Winter Dew Tour is also distributed on Fuel TV, Universal HD, and internationally on Eurosport, Fox Australia and Extreme Channel. Current Winter Dew Tour partners include Mountain Dew, Toyota, Nike 6.0, Verizon, MATADOR Beef Jerky, Power Bar, Paul Mitchell, Ball Park and National Guard. For more information, visit
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Highlights from Yesterday’s Women and Men’s Freeski Superpipe Finals at the Winter Dew Tour’s Toyota Championship

Yesterday’s action was incredible.  Check out some video highlights or better yet, get on up here and see the last day’s action for yourself.

Sunday, February 13th

9:00 AM – 9:30 AM Women’s Freeski Slopestyle Final
9:45 AM – 10:30 AM Men’s Freeski Slopestyle Final
12:40 PM – 1:15 PM Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle Final
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle Final
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM Gatorade Free Flow Tour – Men’s Freeski Superpipe Final
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM Gatorade Free Flow Tour – Women’s Snowboard Superpipe Final
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM Gatorade Free Flow Tour – Men’s Snowboard Superpipe Final
8:00 PM – 9:00 PM Dew Cup Awards Party at The Scrapyard – All Ages $20
9:00 PM After the Awards – DJ’s Steez, Odix and C-Cee at The Scrapyard – All Ages

Dew Tour First Look Videos – Slopestyle

Freeski First Look Video – Slopestyle Course Preview

Paul Mitchell brings you the first look at the freeski courses with Bobby Brown in Snowbasin at the third stop of the Winter Dew Tour

Snowboard First Look Video – Slopestyle Course Preview

MATADOR brings you the first look at the snowboard courses with Torstein Horgmo in Snowbasin at the third stop of the Winter Dew Tour

Snowboard First Look Video

Dew Tour Lodging

Luxury 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom condos available, just 10 minutes to the mountain. Complimentary shuttle to and from Snowbasin for their guests. Lakeside’s guest concierge services include restaurant delivery, pre-arrival grocery & liquor service, discount lift tickets, in room spa and massage services. Our special Dew Tour rates start at $165.00* per night for a 1 bedroom condo with luxury master suite, fully equipped kitchen and private hot tub and includes all taxes and fees. Visit Lakeside’s website for additional details and pricing.



Concert to Take Place on Ogden’s Historic 25th Street at 9pmIce Cube performs as part of the Dew Tour at Snowbasin

Burr Ridge, Ill. – Jan 20, 2011 – Iconic rapper, Ice Cube, will perform a FREE concert on the Winter Dew Tour’s music stage Friday, February 11th at 9pm. The concert will be held on the 200 block of Ogden’s Historic 25th Street as part of the Toyota Championship, the third and final stop of the 2010-11 Winter Dew Tour season. The four day event – held February 10-13, 2011 – will feature competitions with the best men and women snowboard and freeski athletes in both slopestyle and superpipe disciplines at Snowbasin Resort in Ogden, Utah.

Known to be one of the most important figures in rap history, Ice Cube began his career with theNotorious West Coast Gangsta Rap Group N.W.A two decades ago. At the height of the group’s success, Ice Cube broke away to start his own solo career. His initial release, “Amerikkka’s Most Wanted” sold over a million copies. His sophomore solo effort, “Death Certificate” debuted at #1 on the R&B Album chart, #2 on the Top 200 album chart and went on to sell over two million copies. His impressive musical career also includes the multi-platinum success of both his double album “War and Peace,” and hit albums “Lethal Injection,” “Bootlegs & B-Sides,” “The Predator,” and the gold-certified, independently released “Laugh Now, Cry Later.” Ice Cube has sold over 10 million albums to date.

Following a triumphant return to the mic after 6 years in 2006 with the critically acclaimed release of Laugh Now, Cry Later, which debuted at #2 on the R&B/Hip Hop sales chart and #4 on the Top 200 sales chart, making it the years highest selling independent release in hip hop, the Godfather of Gangsta Rap, Ice Cube is ready to take center stage once again with his ninth solo effort. The highly anticipated new album, titled Raw Footage, will be released on August 19th courtesy of his own independent imprint, Lench Mob Records.

For additional concert and Winter Dew Tour event information, visit

The complete 2010-11 Winter Dew Tour schedule is as follows:

Event Date Location
Nike 6.0 Open Dec. 16-19 Breckenridge Ski Resort – Breckenridge, Colo.
Winter Dew Tour Killington Jan. 20-23 Killington Resort – Killington, Vt.
Toyota Championships Feb. 10-13 Snowbasin Resort – Ogden, Utah

In its third season, the top athletes in the world will take part in the 2010-11 Winter Dew Tour, all competing for the highly coveted Dew Cup that will be awarded at the Toyota Championship at Snowbasin Resort in Ogden, Utah. The 2009-10 Dew Cup champions include Andreas Hatveit (Freeski Slopestyle), Jossi Wells (Freeski Superpipe), Jamie Anderson (Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle), Sage Kotsenburg (Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle), Kaitlyn Farrington (Women’s Snowboard Superpipe), JJ Thomas (Men’s Snowboard Superpipe).

Dew Tour Volunteers Link

Snowbasin still has some spots open through the Goal Foundation for volunteers to assist with the Dew Tour.  With the link below you can sign up for one or all four days of the Dew Tour and be part of a great event held by Snowbasin that supports the local community.  Hurry positions are filling up fast!

Snowbasin Coverage in the Upcoming Transworld Snowboarding and Dew Tour Website

Snowbasin will have several pages in the new Transworld Snowboarding Magazine that comes out Friday but get a preview on the Dew Tour website link.