Sunlight got 36 inches of new snow through the blizzards last weekend.
Fellas having some fun on Ecstasy. It’s a good idea to stick closer to the summit today for some firm spring snow as conditions closer to the base have softened quite a bit. If you dip into Last Tango this afternoon, plan your exit low on Lower Sunday Punch. For tomorrow, temperatures will hover in the upper 30s and mid- to upper 40s, making for similar conditions as today, with a bit more sun.
The deluge left 28 inches over the state’s northwest resorts such as Steamboat and Howelsen, and the same amount also blanketed Powderhorn and Wolf Creek in the southwest part of the state.
14 inches in the past 24 hours makes for some HUGE powder explosions.
BIG News from Solitude:
$39 Adult lift tickets
April 1 – 12. No blackout dates. No restrictions. Juniors ski for just $29. We have all this snow (114″ base) and want to share it with everyone the last two weeks of the year. Keep the golf clubs and bikes in the garage and take advantage of the deepest snow conditions of the year!
Powderhorn got 28 inches of new snow this week from the latest blizzard. Powderhorn, despite the snow, is unfortunately closed but will be open May 8 for summer activities.
Monarch Mountain was inundated with 36 inches of snow since Monday.
Loveland got six inches of new snow in 24 hours this week. Giving them 332 inches so far this season.
Once might not be enough! Rider: Jason Smith. Jackson Hole got nine inches of new snow in 24 hours, 29 inches in 72 hours.
Another deep day! Grand Targhee got 20 inches of new snow in the past three days.
Another four inches of snow fell on Monday at Formigal in Spain on top of the base of nine feet. The weather is currently sunny but temperatures remain cool and more snow is predicted later in the week promising great conditions for Easter.
Formigal will be holding an Easter egg hunt where prizes will include a week’s holiday to the resort next winter. The resort is also offering free lift passes to all new bookings until the end of the season.
The blizzard delivered 20 inches to Echo Mountain this week. The rails might not have been the safest, but the snow was more fun than ever. echomtnpark.com.
This week’s weather hit Puragotry at Durango Mountain Resort with 10 inches of accumulation, which they celebrated Hawaiian style at the Spring Luau Parties last weekend.
Copper Mountain boasts 32 inches of accumulation in the last week as well.
Bolton Valley got a surprise six to eight inches of snow overnight Monday. Head for the hills!
Big Sky received 20+ inches in two days. It’s awesome.
In the Pyrenees the spectacular winter is still not over with at least a dusting of fresh powder in Andorra and at Spanish resorts where snow depths are typically still at least two metres (seven feet) on upper slopes.
The weather system left Aspen with 30 inches at Aspen Highlands and Snowmass, as that mountain prepared for its annual Schnee Tag event last weekend. “It’s still coming down here,” explains Meredith McKee, a spokesperson for the mountain. “This is the way that spring skiing is meant to be.”
151 inches settled all natural snow and counting! That makes 544 inches so far this season!