With 11" of new snow in the past 48 hours, Telluride continues to impress with stellar conditions and excellent skiing. The last few storms have come in with some wind causing the snow to be drifted in areas and the ridge lines scoured. Despite this Telluride has a deep base of over 60" filling in and covering our rocky terrain nicely. Storms Keep Rolling Through Telluride – 11″ in 48 Hours…More on the Way! | Unofficial Networks

Storms Keep Rolling Through Telluride - 11" in 48 Hours...More on the Way!

Storms Keep Rolling Through Telluride - 11" in 48 Hours...More on the Way!

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Storms Keep Rolling Through Telluride - 11" in 48 Hours...More on the Way!

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With 11″ of new snow in the past 48 hours, Telluride continues to impress with stellar conditions and excellent skiing. The last few storms have come in with some wind causing the snow to be drifted in areas and the ridge lines scoured. Despite this Telluride has a deep base of over 60″ filling in and covering our rocky terrain nicely.

The trees off Chair 9 were the spot to be yesterday, protected from the wind and skiing deep. The snow was dense and creamy and skiing fast. The upper mountain lifts didn’t open until around 1pm due to high winds but were a nice treat to those who stayed out for the afternoon.

This morning’s highlight was the opening of Revy Bowl which was shreded and tracked out in no time. Fun stuff up there…

Revy Bowl

Revelation Bowl

Another storm is approaching Colorado now with snow expected from late tonight through Friday here in the San Juans. NOAA is calling for 7-18″ here in Telluride by Friday at this point. Lookin’ good…

NOAA Telluride

NOAA Forecast for Telluride

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