Lee Canyon Invites Skiers and Snowboarders to Get Psyched for Winter at its Fourth Annual Pray for Snow Party at Skye Center Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019

Click to Tweet: It’s time to #PrayforSnow at @LeeCanyonLV’s season pass pickup party 11/ 2 at @SkyeCanyonLife. You can also #SpreadtheWarmth by donating a gently used or new coat and new socks for @Project150LV.  www.leecanyonlv.com

LAS VEGAS (Oct. 2, 2019)Lee Canyon, Southern Nevada’s premier year-round outdoor recreation destination, and a POWDR company, hosts its fourth annual Pray for Snow Party at Skye Canyon’s Skye Center (10111 W. Skye Canyon Park Drive) on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019 from 3 to 7 p.m. The all-ages event is free and open to the public. Pray for Snow marks the last day for people to take advantage of pre-season rates on Lee Canyon’s 2019-20 Lee Canyon season passes. Those who have already purchased their pass can pick it up during the event. The event also kicks off Lee Canyon’s second annual Spread the Warmth winter coat and sock drive benefitting Project 150.

Local skiers, snowboarders, and outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy live music by Rein, and complimentary food and beverages. There will be a vendor village and giveaways that include snow experience packages with lift tickets and rentals, all in anticipation of Lee Canyon’s upcoming 2019-20 winter season and the opening of Hillside Lodge.

“The mountains are where everyone, regardless of experience level and age group, can discover adventure,” said Lee Canyon Marketing Director Jim Seely. “The Pray for Snow party allows winter enthusiasts the chance to reconnect with friends, meet fellow skiers and snowboarders and brings our community together for a great cause.”

Guests are encouraged to bring new socks and new, or gently used winter coats for the Spread the Warmth drive. Items will help the more than 6,300 registered and non-registered homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged high school students. For every donation made at Pray for Snow, attendees will receive a raffle ticket for a special giveaway. Items can be donated at Skye Canyon Park and other partners through Friday, Nov. 29. The donations will be presented to Project 150 on Giving Tuesday, Dec. 3 at Skye Canyon Park.

Lee Canyon is a partner in Skye Canyon’s Skye Pass program that offers residents living in the master-planned community exclusive benefits including special rates on season passes as well as one-day lift and tubing tickets.

Lee Canyon will open for its 2019-20 winter season on Friday, Dec. 6, weather permitting.  During the winter season, the resort is open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Guests planning on visiting Lee Canyon are encouraged to purchase lift and tubing tickets on their website for online discounts and to avoid sold-out dates. For information on winter at Lee Canyon, 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.

About Lee Canyon

Lee Canyon is located one hour from downtown Las Vegas in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. Established in 1963, Lee Canyon offers guests 195 acres of terrain, 24 trails accessed via three chairlifts, 250 acres of hike-to terrain, and a lift-served tubing hill. Averaging more than 160 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. For more information, please visit www.leecanyonlv.com and follow Lee Canyon on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter. Lee Canyon is part of the POWDR Adventure Lifestyle Co. portfolio.



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