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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-28-2013, 03:40 PM Thread Starter
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Squaw Valley or Mammoth Mountain - Feb 11?

Going to California snowboarding.
Checking the weather forecasts right now and altough we have reservation for a condo at Squaw I'm wondering if we would be better off at Mammoth Mountain.
Where is the best snow right now?
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You can check this link for Tahoe forecast

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What are you looking to ride?

Both have 100" bases so great coverage overall, I'd follow the storms - usually they will get similar amounts but not always.
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I just got back from mammoth. Monday was a killer day, tuesday not so much. It was windy enough that they took the gondi cars off the cable!

I am on storm watch for next week, it's a bit too early to tell but it's looking good for some snow on wed. If so? I will be there

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squaw is a way better mountain.. if they both got pow.. Squaw.

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We're both advances boarders and have been to Squaw twice alreday and we love it.
However, they need snow badly right now.... so we're watching the snow reports and hopefully we'll get some!!!
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North Lake tahoe has much more to offer. If you don't like squaw, sugarbowl can be a blast as well as Alpine and even Northstar for park. Mammoth is great, but it's hard to beat north lake with all the options and a bunch of different resorts.
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