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April 26, 2016 Thanks everyone for the support during the 2015-2016 season! This was a respectable season for the West with near normal snowfall for many areas of the Rockies. The Tetons fared much better than expected (El Nino Hype said otherwise), where the Wasatch came up short (No ones … Continue reading
The Wasatch nabbed up to 13 inches Saturday night with lots of wind. We were at Snowbird where some aspects at the summit were completely bare (Regulator) while others had a a solid foot of medium to dense snow (More snow was found at lower elevations that were wind protected). … Continue reading
April 27, 2016, 8PM MST Snowbird grabbed 12-15 inches last night for the eager ones in line this morning for first tracks. I was camped out in the Weather Center this morning watching the temps quickly rise above freezing with sun bake in progress. The mountain did not open until … Continue reading
Last week brought out our Powderchasers “Snorkel Alert” (Rare occurrence) where 2-3 feet of snow pounded areas closest to Denver including Breckenridge, A Basin, Winter Park, Loveland and Vail that were still open. Wolf creek nabbed 12 inches and opened last weekend for the lucky ones that were there on Saturday. Powderchaser Steve sampled … Continue reading
Winter storm is still cranking over Colorado with up to 20 inches at Loveland Ski area, Breckenridge and perhaps A Basin. Powderchasers skirted the crowds to day and chose Vail who had 12-14 inches of medium density snow on the back side (Chair 5 is the only back side chair … Continue reading