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Conditions across much of North America continue to improve, in particular across Utah and Colorado. Snowbird (218cm) and Alta (203cm) are standouts, having seen more than 160cm in the past 7 days. These fantastic conditions took set to continue, with continuing cold weather preserving the snow as well as lighter snowfalls to keep it fresh. A delayed start to the season has really now changed into a great high season in the Rockies. California has also seen a slight uptick in conditions, with Mammoth (97/213cm) seeing snow over the past 3 days, with forecasts showing more expected on Thursday. Further up the west coast, Timberline (292cm) also had a great powder day on Wednesday with 41cm coming down. This is set to be exceeded however by up to 70cm on Sunday if forecasts hold true. The exception to this is our featured New England resorts, which saw mild weather deliver rain on Tuesday. This led to some reduced mountain access, as well as increasingly hard and icy slopes now that a new cold front has moved in. Unfortunately this changeable weather looks to continue over the coming few days, with the potential for more rain to come

Resort Summary

Resorts Lifts Open Lower/Upper
Alta 71% 201 cm / 201 cm
Aspen Snowmass 88% 114 cm / 180 cm
Beaver Creek 92% 117 cm / 117 cm
Breckenridge 100% 127 cm / 127 cm
Heavenly 82% 46 cm / 119 cm
Jackson Hole 100% 180 cm / 254 cm
Mammoth 96% 97 cm / 213 cm
Park City 100% 107 cm / 107 cm
Squaw Valley 85% 53 cm / 145 cm
Steamboat 83% 137 cm / 137 cm
Telluride 100% 89 cm / 114 cm
Vail 100% 127 cm / 127 cm
Winter Park 83% 152 cm / 168 cm

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