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my closest hill just announced today unless we get a decent snowfall that they are done.

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I hate all you guys who have year-round boarding...all of you

The mountains around here close around april 1, but with all the rain and the insane warm days, the seasons pretty much over.
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Mine is done this weekend. If it stays colder they will open again next weekend. I'm trying to get there tonight and Saturday at least.
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June probably might go to hood for the summer then back to CO for the winter.


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Where are these mountains that are open year round? Snowboarding in June would definitely be sweet.
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Now what may be interesting is Mt. Hood may not have any snow this Summer.
Whatever

As of March 1st, TIMBERLINE had a current depth of 146", the average for this time of year is 142", so we are at 103% of normal.

When they do the next measurement on Sunday, it will be higher then the 103% it was on the First. I'm guessing 120% of normal. Lots more snow in the forecast for Spring. So plenty of snow for the summer. Come on out, July is going to be great.

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my closest hill just announced today unless we get a decent snowfall that they are done.
Did you see Pine Knob is still managing to stay open?

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The groomers are on the hill! Our tentative plan is to open Friday night for the 3-11pm session and on the weekend for the day sessions only 9am-5pm. I'll keep you updated.
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For me this season was really good. But I'm going to a camp in summer so no problems for me
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Local mountain has to be closed April 13th no matter how much snow there is, because of a law protecting the endangered marmots in the area. Last year we still had a 300+ cm base when the mountain closed =(.

But I'm in the process of planning a trip up to whistler for the end of April just before i head off to africa for a month
That's ridiculous! what a waste our season ends soooon for lack of snow ='(

And wtf is a marmot?
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