That’s exactly what we got today as 6-8″ of fresh snow lined the slopes with a creamy layer of fresh snow.
We’ve been holding the line with our slope conditions after a 14 day stretch with no fresh snow. (It’s been 41 days since we got more than 6″ in a 24 hour period).
We’re not sure yet if the weather will line us up for Bonus Weekend operations (more on that in a moment).
But as our guests stood in line patiently this morning, one thing was certain: they weren’t going to take any chances.
After some technical difficulties moved the line over to Centennial (thanks for your patience, everyone)…
We were treated to a wintery scene as we headed up toward the tree line.
It wasn’t long before the first riders plunged straight in to the fresh snow and straight down under the lift line.
The key to success in this creamy spring powder was to keep your tips straight down the fall line.
The most direct line from top to bottom was on the groomed runs, which were also soft and creamy without crossing the line into the ‘heavy’ zone.
On the lower slopes, we found the kind of snow that challenges your muscles as you head back down toward the lift line.
As much as we enjoyed the change of pace brought by this fresh snow, we’re not sure yet, where our storyline will go from here.
We haven’t ruled out operating next weekend. The big question: Will warm temperatures outlined in this week’s forecast allow us to hold on to this new snow?
We’ll be watching slope and weather conditions closely over the next few days, and we plan to drop a line about our decision no later than Wednesday afternoon.