Midwesterner here! Will my board be alright at Copper, CO?
This is my second year snowboarding (only went a few times last year) and I am planning a trip to Copper Mountain in Colorado. I obviously know that the snow conditions and mountain conditions are going to be way different than the landfills here in Illinois/Wisconsin. What I wanted to know was if my board will be alright with the deeper powder that may or may not be on the mountain. I'm not sure how much snow that area actually gets (I'm going the first week of March) but I've heard stories where people get stuck in snow cause their boards are too small. Mine is a girl's 148 Rossignol all mountain with a medium flex. I think the width is like 23.5 cm or something. I am a 5'6'' 145 female. Should I get another board or will do this fine in more powdery conditions?