Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Another Update

Today was another gorgeous day at The Basin. Again, I took another lap in Montezuma Bowl. The terrain covered by the snow cats continues to grow. After seeing another 24 hours of progress, I think it is fair to say we are one decent storm away. The upper portions of Larkspur and Columbine are outstanding. Close, Close, Close.





6 comments:

Anonymous said...

how close?

Alan Henceroth - COO and Vice President said...

One decent storm.

Sean H. said...

Which runs do you think would open once the decent storm comes? Thanks!

Lightguy27 said...

I looked on your website but couldn't find it. What is you season snowfall so far this season compared to an average season? I really enjoy reading your blog! You have alot of fascinating things to say about A Basin. Always a pleasure reading.

Anonymous said...

I would also love to read some statistics and facts on snowfall YTD, annual average, etc. These are cool facts to know and while sitting on a lift chair they give you something to ponder, reflect and evaluate the day you are skiing :)
It seems like in recent years with all the tools and electronics we are really into the details and numbers, dits and stats ;)

Magda

Chris W. said...

OK, hate to be a pain, but is 7" over 2 days considered a "decent storm?" ;)