More than 6 inches of snow in 24 hours at Ruby 360 Lodge with feet likely in the upper elevations.
The best October snowstorm in years.
Keep it coming. Good things to come.
Fall is here in Lamoille.
The aspen forests are on fire with brilliant colors sending the Ruby Mountains into the autumn season.
We have had a busy summer at Ruby 360 Lodge with many guests joining for our summer packages.
It was a successful summer with many projects going on around the lodge.
Winter 2022 is almost completely sold out. We are counting the days until year 45 of Ruby.
We had our annual fall cutting mission in Talbot Creek this week cutting the well known ski run “Beaver”.
What a season.
One of the most successful and busiest seasons in the 44 year history of Ruby.
We finished the season April 7th skiing 6 runs in Welch Creek of peel away corn snow.
Thank you to everyone who made the effort to join us in 2021.
There is no place we would rather be and appreciate all of you who joined in the Ruby Magic and the Ruby Dream this season.
We are currently taking bookings for 2022 when Ruby will turn 45.
Enjoy the spring.
Invest in your memories.
Six runs today in the high alpine skiing the South Side of the Dome and Welch Creek, finishing off the day with a cold snow run in North Facing Young Creek.
Taking it all in because we skied off the 11,387 foot Ruby Dome for the first time this season.
More of the same is expected tomorrow with spring like temperatures and good flying weather expected.
It was a beautiful day today.
Seven runs today in the high alpine chasing soft snow on north faces, then spring snow on solar aspects to finish the day.
March 2021- we saw high pressure, more snow than we could ski, some of the best turns of the season and a beautiful month in the Rubies.
Spring conditions are likely for the next few days with warm days and cold nights.
Here’s to April.
No day like a Ruby Day.
4 runs in the afternoon after we waited for the snow surface to warm with the afternoon sun.
We found good skiing in Talbot Creek and finished the day with the West Facing run Rico’s with the Lamoille Valley in the background.
The final day of the tour is tomorrow and 16 new guests arrive tomorrow night for the final single day of the season on April Fools Day.
A warming trend is expected tomorrow through the first week in April. A corn cycle is incoming.