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Another cold spring storm moved through Tahoe this week and snow at Alpine Meadows promises to stay fresh if the temps stay low. Check out skialpine.com for more information.
Alta got sunny skies after getting a few inches of snow Sunday night. They hope to get more throughout the week. For more information, go to alta.com .
The snowbowl got five to ten inches of new snow this week and has a mid-mountain base of 60 inches. Go to arizonasnowbowl.com for the latest.
Aspen got a total of 31 inches this week and has a base of 274 inches. Check out aspensnowmass.com for more info.
Beaver Creek got 27 inches over the past seven days and has powder/packed powder conditions. Go to beavercreek.comfor all the info.
Breck has 2360 acres open and 25 new inches this week. Get there. Go to breckenridge.com for help.
Brian Head got 21 inches of new snow from this storm and has all their lifts open. To check out more, go to brianhead.com.
Three inches in the last 24 hours, 9 in 3 days and more than a foot and a half in the last week with more on the way. March always brings plenty of the good stuff to the high country, intermingled with days of bright Colorado Blue sunshine. Grab your gear and a couple of friends and make tracks to Copper. coppercolorado.com
Deer Valley got 15 inches over the past three days and has an 128 inch base. Go to deervalley.com for more information.
After doing a Snow Cat Adventure Trip, this woman is all smiles. Grand Targhee got seven inches of new snow on St. Patricks Day. grandtarghee.com
Heavenly had a great bluebird day on Monday after receiving 10-12 inches over the weekend. Check out skiheavenly.com for more.
It looks like clear, sunny skies will only last through this evening, with another storm system headed Jackson Hole’s way on Tuesday. Of course, with the 34 inches of snow we received in the past few days it won’t be hard to find a good stash. jacksonhole.com
Keystone has 3148 acres open and 21 new inches of snow in seven days. Check out keystone.snow.com for more.
The special olympics came to Kirkwood last week where athletes competed in a variety of events. Kirkwood got 13-20 inches of new snow from this storm. Go to kirkwood.com for more.
March 17, 2008
As of 2:00 pm Friday March 14, 2008 Monarch Mountain has received 12 inches of snow from the most recent storm. Monarch’s total snowfall for the season is now more than 35 feet of snow. The mid-mountain base depth is now at 100 inches. Go to skimonarch.com for more information.
Mt. Bachelor received a few inches of snow on Monday and it has been snowing throughout the week. Check out mtbachelor.com for more info.
Mt. Baker got seven inches of new snow this week and has an Easter Egg Hunt planned for Sunday. Go to mtbaker.us for more.
Mt Spokane got seven inches this week and looks to close March 30. mtspokane.com
Park City has eight bowls open and has received 14 inches in three days. Any more reason to go? Check out parkcitymountain.com
Red had three powder days in a row, getting 17 inches in that span. Check out redresort.com for more.
Revelstoke has received 28 inches in three days and 310 inches this season. Check out revelstokemountainresort.com for more information.
6-8 inches of the lightest, driest, fluffiest snow we’ve seen all season fell Saturday/Sunday. Check out snow-valley.com for the latest.
Snowbird got another seven inches of new snow to add on to their Year-to-date total of 471. Check out snowbird.com for more.
Solitude got nine inches of new snow this week. Go to skisolitude.com for the latest.
Lagoon and Spa with Squaw Peak. Squaw received two to four inches of new snow in the past 24 hours. Go to squaw.com.
Tamarack got 11 inches this week and looks to get more soon. Check out tamarackidaho.com
2 feet of new snow in the past 4 days!! New Yorker, Ron Steinvurzel, catches his breath off Ninety-Nine 90 and surmises that they don’t get snow like this in the East! thecanyons.com