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|Yesterday 09:19 AM|
|linvillegorge||Well, we'll see. 12 hours out from the main storm hitting and none of the forecasters can agree in this one. The trend seems to be heading south and east though which isn't good. Good news is that it looks like the tinderbox foothills are going to get a good dose of moisture which they desperately need but the jury is definitely out on what this storm is going to do for the slopes. Fingers crossed but the vacation request has already been submitted. It'll either be powder riding or cleaning out the garage. Let's go powder!!!|
|03-27-2017 08:44 PM|
|16gkid||Im hoping breck/key gets a decent refill the next two weeks so I can head out there for a decent end of season trip.|
|03-27-2017 04:50 PM|
Originally Posted by Big Foot View Post
|03-27-2017 09:18 AM|
|Big Foot||Went to Keystone yesterday. Denver has clearly given up on the season. Left my house at 7AM and made it up there by 8:15 with no traffic. Keystone reported 5" of snow, but it rode like a lot more than that in the trees. Fresh tracks all day, place was a ghost town.|
|03-27-2017 08:35 AM|
|linvillegorge||Forecast looks quite promising this week. Email already sent to take Wednesday and Thursday off.|
|03-25-2017 11:52 PM|
|deagol||Went out with Killclimbz and a great crew today, rode this line called "Frankenstein". It was very warm with no wind.|
|03-25-2017 09:34 AM|
|BurtonAvenger||I went up to A Basin and rode, it did not ride like 8 inches. That shit was heavy and packed down fast on top of all the wind scree that was everywhere. Slammed my femur up into my hip socket and tossed my lower back out of alignment because the conditions were less than ideal. This next week looks better. But hey Denver, you guys can pack it in.|
|03-24-2017 10:45 AM|
Originally Posted by killclimbz View Post
Hopefully Saturday night's storm will deliver a few inches and I'll head up Sunday morning.
|03-24-2017 10:29 AM|
Originally Posted by Argo View Post
|03-24-2017 08:58 AM|
Hey Linville, why don't you go up? You seem to be forgetting this is a warm March storm. 4" will easily ride double that. I would be headed up myself but I got some crap I need to get done at work and I have been missing a lot of days lately.
I have had some fantastic days at Bert after long dry spells with only 3-4" at this time of year. I would have sworn it was 10". I'd give it a try if I were you. You might be pleasantly surprised.
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