We are still skiing and boarding on a 10 – 98+ inch base of summer corn snow.
It’s getting thin down at Main, but the excellent grooming crew is pushing snow around to make it last longer.
The snow is now full on summer corn and most of it is soft by 8AM.
Runs down low start to get a bit sticky around 10:30 AM, while the upper mountain and mid mountain stay good till noon.
Lifts open are Chairs 1 and 3 along with G1 and G2 to the top. Lifts hours for Summer Snow Sports are from 730AM to 12PM.
Runs open are Broadway, Rusty’s, Fascination, Andy’s Double Gold, Forest Trail, Face of 3, West Bowl, Saddle Bowl, St Anton’s, Cornice Bowl, Drop Outs, Climax, Sign Line and a Short section of upper Dry Creek.
Beware there are some bare spots and some rocks out there. Access to West Bowl will be walk in only in a few days, get those bumps while you can.
The Mountain Bike Park is open with 17 miles of terrain ready to go. No lifts access just the bike park shuttle or peddle away.
Trails open are: Uptown, Downtown, Lakes, Juniper, Timber Ridge, Paper Route, Big Ring and a rebuilt Shot Gun are open. More trails should open by the weekend.
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Photo Snow Report 7-3-2017 – Click the images for the full size version
Chair 2 is melting out fast this shot was from Saturday and it had about half that snow today Monday July 3rd. Let’s hope they keep it open until Sunday for the parking and access.Cornice Bowl still has 12-15 feet of snow. They groom it nightly for a flat fun surface to ski and ride on early in the morning. The Face of 3 still has some fun turns on it. It’s getting a bit soft for much grooming now has you can see from several images down.The Wipe Outs have some fun snow with all the skier and boarded traffic from the Holiday Weekend. Hangman’s with Ted P. in the lower section. Riding up chair 2 with upper Broadway below.Middle of Stump Alley if melting fast with the July heat.Hangman’s is still fun just watch for the rock int he throat.Fascination was fun, get it now before it’s done till next Fall.Broadway still has 2-4 feet of snow on it. St Anton’s is still wide open.
The Snow is melting up from the ground on the Face of Chair 3. Climax and the Sign Line are still a ton of fun. Bumps at the top of ClimaxAndy’s Double Gold
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