Winter Storm Warning overnight for up to a foot likely was the forecast yesterday afternoon.
We woke up to 18″ in Conrad Creek at 8,500 feet setting up overhead light density snow to finish the final day of the tour with five runs of extra vertical.
The Rubies are stacked with currently 190+% of average snowpack for this time of year.
Unsettled weather is expected for the next few days with on and off snow showers through the weekend.
A new tour arrives tonight for the single day tomorrow.
Cat or heli tomorrow- it won’t matter much because the skiing is expected to be high quality.
See you then.