Spring inevitable leads to the age-old dilemma: do bluebird days happen only after a storm?
There are two schools of thought, one says that bluebird days can only happen after a snowy day. The other argues that any clear and sunny day in winter is a bluebird day. This next week the debate is bound to go on.Read More»
Ouzo, in Game Creek Bowl, is one Vail’s many black diamond runs which are groomed regularly
The past days in Vail have been distinctively set to spring weather, this trend should continue into the weekend and next week, until mid-week when we see our first chances of spring snow.Read More»
A two week storm cycle ended last Wednesday with perfect blue bird skies.
The snow gods were good to Vail, the last 7 days so nearly two feet of snow, and after a storm cycle that begun in mid-February the mountain was skiing and riding at its finest.Read More»
February, after a slow start, is delivering snow everyday to end the month
17″ in the past 48hrs and almost 30″ in the past week! Powder day round two!Read More»
Sundown Bowl hides some of the best powder fields on the mountain. Wednesday morning first tracks
February came this year with an identity crisis; it thinks it’s April. All month we’ve been receiving scattered snow showers, followed by balmy blue bird days.Read More»
Siberia Bowl this morning
7″ in the past 24hrs and 17″ in the past week have the mountain in prime shape. Thursday morning should have plentiful first tracks for the early birds, as the storm dropped its final flakes late afternoon.Read More»