Storm skiing today, storm skiing tomorrow, and storm skiing Monday probably- I love it. I’d take a storm over bluebird anytime: less people and always-good turns. It firmed up a little bit overnight Friday but there were still plenty of good pockets. Hiking in the resort (Headwall, Crags, Casper bowl) still skiing like it’s a powder day. Not to mention outside the chains. Anything above tree line will probably be a no go for visibility reasons (not to mention avy) so keep it in the trees- Bivy Woods, Alta Chutes, anything off the Gondola. Check out the video for this week’s highlights.
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