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Powder Skiing Winter Park Resort
It was a powder day yesterday at Winter Park Resort. One of the localized snow storms that Winter Park is famous for dumped a nice 16 inch blanket of the white fluffy stuff right on top of our hills for the enjoyment of the Winter Park guests and locals.
Berthoud Pass was closed on Sunday at 6:30 PM so only those here and those willing to drive around through Silverthorne and Kremmling were able to enjoy the best day of skiing here in Winter Park in over a year.
It was an eventful day from start to finish. I was supposed to do some back-country skiing with Powder Addiction yesterday but the pass closure scuttled that. But not to worry, fresh tracks on 16 inches of new is dream of a Monday. We were inline at 8:30AM for the 9AM first lift and the runs did not disappoint. I did break a ski pole and my ski partner Scott Emory, he of Moonshine Liquors, lost a ski. But overall it was a spectacular day and my legs are feeling it today.
March and April are the best months to ski in Colorado and especially Winter Park Resort. Chances are we will get some storms as big as Sundays in the next few weeks so get on up here and don’t miss on the next powder day.
Here is the trail report for March 2, 2010:
|New Winter Park Resort Snow (In Inches)|
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We are at about 206 inches so far for the 2009/2010 ski season, that means we should have another 150 inches by the middle April. Don’t forget Winter Park Resort closing day is April 18, 2010. Last year we received over a foot of snow on the closing weekend of Winter Park Resort just in time for Spring Splash.
So don’t make this another I should have skied more year, come on up and get your spring skiing turns in.