With nearly 48 hours of strong winds throughout the range, we woke up to clear skies and decreasing- but still strong- ridge-top winds.
After our day yesterday of variable skiing in Conrad Creek and a major wind event through the night last night, expectations were low for snow quality going into the day.
Ruby Magic came through with the skiing in lower Talbot Creek providing soft, shallow powder skiing for 11 runs today.
It was a true magic day with beautiful skiing for one of the longest returning crews of the Ruby Season, two different three-generation families on the mountain today, some with more than 30 years of joining us at Ruby.
The weather forecast is full on with more than 40 inches of new snow expected in the Rubies by March 2.
March is coming in hard.