For the past six days we have been storm riding here at the mountain. Wind, fog and snow have been a way of life the last week. When it was all said and done this storm cycle produced 27 inches of new snow, nearly doubling our base. With winds gusting to nearly 50 mph and fog making visibility difficult, we were on top of the world, and almost blown off!
Today, the sun made an appearance and revealed a beautiful alpine blue sky falling over the snow packed trees. With visibility much improved, we are able to scope out the fresh powder lines that were over looked during the storm.