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Current Temp: 16° Overnight: 0″ 24HR Snow: 3″ Base: 51-61″

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SAFE AS Clinic

Women's Intro to Avalanche Safety and FUNdraiser Day with classroom and on-snow training, morning yoga, lunch, and apres party and raffle.Read More

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Open Season Rail Jam

This rail jam is open to all ages and takes place right in the base area to kick off our winter season. Cash prizes up for grabs for the men's and women's pro category, and ams will battle it out for tons of prizes!Read More

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