Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Good Things To Come

Another beautiful, snowy and blustery day. While yesterday's 6" of snow was less than we expected, today's 6" of snow far exceeded our expectations. And it snowed all day today. I skied a few runs first thing this morning. Fantastic. Sundance is now open. Lenawee Parks and Upper Exhibition were open in the afternoon. By Saturday, all of our green terrain will be open. 

Looking forward, we have another 48 hours of unsettled weather with Thursday night and Friday looking pretty good. We should continue to see more and more terrain open, initially for short periods for packing and skiing, but ultimately, for all day skiing and riding. In the coming days, you can look forward to skiing opportunities on Norway, Powerline, West Wall, and Slalom Slope.

We are going into an especially fun and exciting cycle.........if you like skiing powder.

BTW, I am a big fan of Joel at Open Snow. His forecasts are tremendously helpful. Remember, we are dealing with Mother Nature.







5 comments:

Calob Rundell said...

Seriously, Joel and Opensnow.com are the best resource for tracking and staying on top of mountain weather.

As much as the weather can be understood and predicted, Opensnow is it.

Deanna said...

I look at Opensnow everyday! The small charge for longer term forecast is a deal, too!

Anonymous said...

Hopefully next week's storm comes in like projected at this point and you guys will really be in business. That is a sizeable storm taking aim.

Anonymous said...

Enjoyed the soft natural snow on all the runs yesterday AM. Can't wait for more up-top.

Anonymous said...

If you like quality mountain weather forecasts also check out barlometer.com. He doesn't post daily like Joel, but when he does (basically right before interesting events) they are a great read with many technical details. Highly recommended local guy putting in solid effort.