Archive for ‘Mountain News’

More Terrain, Bring Your Beacon

We opened Christmas Chute for the first time on Wednesday and a bit of the High Silver Hike on Thursday. It’s great to finally have conditions that allow us to give more Powder to the People. As part of the ongoing project to help us help you, we are requiring …Read More

Posted by —January 28th, 2011

High pressures

The weather cycles so far this year remind me of the Johnny Thunders song, Love comes in Spurts. We get to ski fresh powder for a couple of days, then we wait and wait. Luckily, the groomers have done a great job this season. Carving the corduroy in the ever-increasing …Read More

Posted by —January 13th, 2011

Incredible Day Off the Top

Over a foot of new snow fell the other day setting up near perfect conditions off chair 6, as well as the outer areas. Ski patrol was hard at work yesterday morning firing off charge after charge making high traverse safe for riding. If you see a patroller this week, …Read More

Posted by —January 12th, 2011

Find your inspiration in 2011

Like most people, I’ve made a New Year’s resolution to overindulge less, exercise more and generally take better care of this body that I call home. I thought a good way to kick start the process would be to sign up for a yoga class. I don’t really look to …Read More

Posted by —January 12th, 2011

Early Morning Calls

We were beginning to think we’d have to wait until next year to do control work. The temps came up enough yesterday  so that the trees began to shed the snow that’s been weighing them down since the third of December. The sounds of snowbombs falling on the house from …Read More

Posted by —January 12th, 2011