Head to Timberline Resort in West Virgina for a luau in the snow

Posted By: The Ski Channel on March 11, 2010 5:46 pm

Fireworks, torchlight lava parade, stage shows, Hawaiian music and dancing, Polynesian food and plenty of skiing and boarding- expect the weekend of March 19th-21st to be full of activity at Timberline Four Seasons Resort.

This annual event has grown to be the winter’s largest regional event. Events will also include the Lahaina Triathlon, Pig Roast on the deck of the ski lodge, Luau Nastar, Lava Garden Children’s obstacle race, Hoaloha Polynesian Review, Rail Jam series Final, synchronized skiing contest, sleds, shovels and sliders Hawaiian derby, Polynesian entrees, Après ski bonfire and drumming party, Lava Light Parade and Fireworks, Entertainment by Hoaloha performers, Boarder/skier Cross, costume Parade, Snow Sculpting, Hawaiian Lunch Specials, Kid Fest in Lava Garden, Bump Contest, Hoaloha Drumming Exhibition and Polynesian Dance Lessons . The event will calumniate in an awards Ceremony that crowns the Snowy Luau Kahuna.

Fireworks and a lava parade will mimic a Hawaiian volcanic eruption March 20, 2009 on Timberline’s 4,268 foot Herz Mountain.  The lava flow will be simulated by 150 torch carrying skiers winding their way from the mountain top to the celebration at the base ski lodge.  During the weekend of March 19th – 21st Polynesian food, authentic Hawaiian music, skiing events and contests and dancing will continue all day until late at night.

Hula dancing at Timberline lodge on March 20 & 21, 2009 at the Timberline ski lodge will be accompanied by native Hawaiian musicians with ukulele, guitar and bass accompanying the high tenor close harmony characteristic of the harmony of Hawaiian music.  Twenty-six musicians and dancers will present the Polynesian revue at Timberline lodge as part of the Annual Snowy Luau celebration.  The Hula dance was developed in the Hawaiian Islands by the Polynesians who originally settled there.  The weekend will also feature Polynesian food, colorful costumes, multiple skiing events and continuous music from early afternoon until early Sunday morning.