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03-10-2014 07:42 AM
killclimbz The next storm in Colorado is scheduled for tomorrow I believe. Tuesday-Wednesday should be good. Last Saturday was one of the best of the year after that round of snow.

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03-09-2014 04:34 PM
CassMT should be good! i just got down from a superfun day, although wet and 0 and soft is all i care about , wooooooooooooooo
03-09-2014 12:54 PM
Originally Posted by CassMT View Post
we got 2" last night, more comin, but the rain/snow line was 1/3 of the way ufor surep...hope it works out for you BigMtn
I'm reading that the snow line is at 7000' which means epic chutes and bowls on the upper mountain for sure!
03-09-2014 12:08 PM
CassMT we got 2" last night, more comin, but the rain/snow line was 1/3 of the way up...hope it works out for you BigMtn
03-09-2014 10:40 AM
BigmountainVMD So I changed my flight going to Denver, now arriving this Thursday. Big Sky is set to get 13 to 25 inches the next day and a half. Too good to pass up and totally worth the flight change charge.
03-05-2014 07:34 PM
bassholic maybe i'll come up to vail. I'm in Silverthorne now. I don't lik 25 parking and iffy road conditions...
03-05-2014 02:11 PM
Argo There was anywhere from 2-6" of dense snow down this morning.... Gotta go to work in 30 minutes though..... Love seeing the sun!
03-05-2014 12:46 PM
CassMT i'm torn as to which is more disconcerting, the weathermens bad guesses, or the actual weather itself. it's gone from -52 to hovering around 32 in the space of 3 days. raining in the village, 28 on the summit. fingers crossed, knockknock and all that business
03-05-2014 11:17 AM
Big Foot I just waxed my board with warm weather wax in preperation for Saturday - Thursday in Vail. If the weather guessers are wrong and it ends up being below 40 degrees I won't even be mad.
03-05-2014 07:49 AM
killclimbz Me being wrong? I didn't say it wasn't going to snow last night. Everything pointed to that it was. I was just saying that it looks like we are in the middle of a cycle. March looms to deliver.

On a side note. If March does deliver the season snoe stake at Bert could be completely buried by end of month.

Also the 7th avalanche fatality in the state happened yesterday. I know the danger has lowered but it is not a green light. I suspect this was a persistent slab release on a fairly big line. Could be wrong but the initial description makes me think that. You can go bigger now but pick smart lines. Think clean run outs. For my tastes I would try to keep any steep line in the alpine under 1k vertical. Try to help limit the amount of snow coming after you. The 2k lines will come into play soon enough. A little more patience. Enjoy the small to mid sized lines while waiting for your trophy to set up right. Even those can kill so pay attention to what is going on. Things are getting much better though. This spring looks to be a riot.
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