Today was monumental. Each night a little more snow and wind really fixes things up properly. If you could stand the crowds in the morning, there was some amazing riding to be had. The snow report only claimed 4″, but it was skiing much deeper. Anywhere you went today was a good call. The sun shining through and it was snowing. Lots of smiles and lots of face shots. Hope the crowds will leave soon so we can get the walk on trams back.
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