The highly anticipated winter storm arrived into the area last night with heavy snow and strong winds.
More than 5 1/2 inches of liquid since January 8th with more than 2 feet of snow at 9,500 feet.
For the third straight day, we skied in Conrad Creek skiing 8 runs, 6 runs of extra vertical with fast, shallow powder skiing today.
We haven’t seen the upper elevations of the Ruby Mountains since January 10th.
Our second tour of the 2024 season arrives this afternoon with clearing skies forecasted for the next several days.
See you in the morning.