February 6, 2024. never a down day.

Day 2 of the three day tour.

The winter storm warning that was in effect for the last 24 hours was delayed, with only minor accumulations overnight.

We woke up to obscured mountain tops with strong ridge-line winds, increasing clouds and snow forecasted through the day.

The cloud layer stayed high enough to allow us to get all lifts into the snowcat terrain before transitioning to cat skiing for the day.

We have spent a lot of time this season in Conrad Creek, such a critical part of the operation being able to offer snowcat skiing during down days with the aircraft.

We skied 8 runs today with the best snow being found in sheltered north facing terrain and in old growth white bark pines.

Snow through the day improved the skiing as the day went on.

It is currently dumping at the lodge with snow likely through the night and the winter storm warning extended through Wednesday.

Sleep tight. See you in the morning.