Archive for December, 2010

Last Chance…
December 30th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 3 Comments

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...To git sum for a couple of days on the East Coast. It's unclear exactly what the weather has in store this weekend, but it surely isn't any skier's dream forecast. But there's nothing any of us can do about it. So rather than complaining, go out and find the ... ...Read more

100 Powder Runs
December 30th, 2010 | By:  Porter Haney | 1 Comment

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I love powder snow I ski it all the time I ski it before breakfast and I ski it after lunch If I had 100 powder runs I'd ski them all at once What at storm!  ULLR unleashed his love across the entirety of Northern Utah.  Bing Bang Boom, he sure knew what he was doing ... ...Read more

TR: Christmas Break in Snowy Utah
December 29th, 2010 | By:  Ben

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After three weeks and 100 inches of snow in Utah, I'm finally putting up some of the pictures from the skiing we've been having. With a deep early season base and several powerful storm systems, the skiing has been nothing short of incredible... Click here or on the image to read ... ...Read more

Christmas Blizzard
December 27th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 18 Comments

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Southern VT was good with 10+" today. The top was a little wind affected, but Christian managed to find some deeper pockets of untracked regardless. Kristin searched out some friendly pow on Southern VT Glades I was only willing to get a faceshot in Southern VT if I could get it within ... ...Read more

Midweek System to impact Wasatch: Unstable NW flow may trigger substantial snows (UPDATED)
December 27th, 2010 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 2 Comments

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From Wednesday morning through at least Thursday night, a cold pacific storm will drop down from the West/Northwest through the wasatch range.  During this time the Wasatch will see heavy snowfall both as the front passes and in the wake of the front due to a moist W/NW flow. Tuesday 12/28 Update: As ... ...Read more

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