The fresh snow buffed out the tracks on the slopes and turns were especially nice on north-facing pitches where extra snow had drifted in.
The powder was a bit more dense than usual thanks to some fiesty early morning winds. Still, we’ve had easily-accessed fresh lines four out of four days this season.
My somewhat-sore legs found a welcome reprieve from that wind-affected snow on the groomed runs today, which were soft, velvety, champagne corduroy.
…and still have an unfrozen Payette Lake sparkling blue down below.
But those peek-a-boo views were short-lived.
After less than an hour, the snow moved back in, dumping another inch in our snowbox and wiping the slate clean for more fresh turns.