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Days after the storm PC Powder Cats is still delivering the goods.
Snowbasin continues to deliver the goods. Every time I've been up there this season the snow has been insanely deep, the real story though has been the snow quality. You wont know what I'm talking about until you try it, so get out, because if you don't get after it, you know I will...
So we know the snow is alway deep at Powder Mountain but here is something you may not know. This mountain is steep!
Winter Storm Gandolf left its mark on Utah, many towns in the valley were clobbered by over two feet of snow! While most shoveled out the Powder Posse took off to Snowbasin. The snow was deep and the lines were short. Just the way we like it.
Christmas is all about traditions...our family tradition is going to Alta on Christmas Eve. This year..we got BIG SNOW and according to Brennan..."it was awesome"! And the snow keeps coming to Utah!
After completing the backcountry introductory class in February, I was waiting for the opportunity to get out into the great wide-open and ride some fresh lines. With the perfect storm of March 17 – 19, Brighton Ski Resort received 35” of new snow prompting shredders to get out and ski some amazing, fluffy face shots.
Brennan's excitement about his snowboarding continues. He turns 5 with a snowboard cake, hits the slopes with his birthday hat and has a great day in Brighton powder. Emily...gives the terrain park a try. Well, sort of.
We are the PowderTwins and are using our 5th Grade Passports to ski all 14 resorts in Utah this season. We just skied at Powder Mountain (number 9 for us) – that place is AWESOME and they have a ton of snow.
The old adage, ‘when it rains it pours’ can be flipped when it snows in Utah to read, ‘when it snows it dumps!’ With 4’ of accumulation in five days and another 12” – 14” on the way tonight, January is shaping up to be a record-breaking month in snow totals. The “million dollar storm” as it’s been referred to hit late Wednesday and will continue with a series of storms until next weekend.