It is puking snow in Summit County so my first trip to the top of Tucker couldn’t have been happier. 3 inches at 5am, 3-5 during the day, and hopefully another 5 overnight. That’s what she said!
The poma broke down right as I was the next person in line. So I waited for ten minutes. Then near the top, I fell into one of the lift tower holes. Conditions are excellent across all of Colorado with this new storm poised to make it even more excellenter (yeah, that’s right. I just did that.)
Only an inch of new snow today and the wind blew most of that away — unless you knew where to look. We found a couple of stashes scattered around the hill. Too bad Montezuma was closed.]]>
It may not have snowed last night, but plenty of untracked stashes were still left in the aspens at Sunlight.]]>
It wasn’t supposed to snow, but it did again and we spent the day in the far corners of Winter Park digging ourselves out many happy messes.]]>
The Descente Jacket Deal hooked us up with a couple of free tickets at Copper. Combine that with four inches of powder and a bluebird afternoon meant the first day in Summit was a good one.