Bluebird Skies and Cold Temperatures Means Fun For All!

This past weekend’s winter storm left the hill with 7 inches of fresh champagne like powder; and it’s visitors with grins from ear to ear. The mountain’s base depth is sustained at 68 inches, and our year total snowfall has hit 143 inches. In the wake of the latest snow, untouched lines remain in the trees, for those adventurous skiers and riders out there.

In store this week are mild and dry conditions, as a high-pressure system sets in. It will remain cold, with temperatures averaging in the mid teens all week. This weather will create firm conditions; pair that with bluebird skies and corduroy, and you’ve got yourself a great week of skiing.

There is plenty more magic happening elsewhere on the mountain, too. This week’s forecast and projected conditions should have Fat Bikers, Snowshoe Enthusiasts and Nordic Skiers perking up. Cold temperatures will aid in the sustenance of a hard base, and with no new snow, groomed trails are sure to remain pristine.

Whatever side of the mountain you tackle this week,  just make sure you pack those dark lenses, because bluebird skies and spectacular views are sure to dominate!