A surprise overnight storm with 8-10 inches of new snow and hammering winds with our remote weather station at 10,000 feet recording a wind gust of 146 mph.
We woke up to limited visibility at the lodge with thick clouds preventing us from seeing any terrain from the lodge elevation.
A group of 5 guests went cat skiing for extra vertical runs and experienced the best snow conditions of the three-day tour, skiing 5 runs in Conrad Creek.
It was a big finish to a great tour.
16 new guests arrive this evening for the single day tomorrow.
Improving weather is likely beginning this afternoon with clear, cold and calm conditions expected for tomorrow.