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Winter Park Ski Resort Detailed Report and Surface Conditions 02/14/2018
Great news the ski area picked up 4-5 inches of new snow up to the top of the mountain. Some fun powder turns out there mixed in with some dust on crust on Tuesday. Temperatures are cold this morning and the wind is gusting over the higher elevations. By Thursday we could see a few flurries and then we clear out with blue skies into early Friday.
So you ask how is the snow holding up? With the new snow all the groomers are refreshed with some nice packed powder out here this morning. Off the groomed there are some fun stash’s of powder to be had, just watch for a few dust on crust spots. Here is the live cam for Lunch Rock. See you on the hill or on the mogul course …
Winter Park Ski Resort Detailed Report and Surface Conditions 01/29/2018
After last weeks snowfall the groomer’s are back to a soft base with a perfect corduroy surface. You will find the best snow out of Cranmer and on the mid mountain lifts.
Locals mid week choice is top to bottom laps on Balch and Bash first thing in the morning and then as the day warms up get off the Winter Park side and into MaryJane.
The Face of Sterling and Frenchman also have some good snow of the bumps as the day warms up.
See more details about the snow surface and snow conditions with the 80 throwback day below (make sure to set youtube in HD.)
Weather over the next week will be mostly clear with some snow shower. The next few day’s highs will warm up into the upper 30’s to low 40’s with night time lows into the upper 10’s to low 20’s.
Winter Park Ski Resort Detailed Report and Surface Conditions 01/18/2018
Dry weather continues Thursday, Friday and most of Saturday before snow becomes likely overnight Saturday and during the day Sunday along with colder temperatures and winds. Snowfall amounts in our forecast Sunday for Winter Park and MaryJane we expect 3-4 inches and 4-5 inches for the Pano. Yes this storm is trending more north of Colorado now so less snowfall.
All the groomers had nice soft snow with a carvable but not firm base underneath. Outhouse Frenchman are just pure fast bump-skiing fun.
This week was clear for the Dark Territory Jumps (see images below).
Monday should be a dry powder day with most of Tuesday probably dry too. Snow is possible Thursday night and next Friday followed by another chance next weekend with generally low confidence in the potential weather pattern for that week. That system could bring about the same amount of snow as the system coming in Sunday. No big storms in sight anytime soon, let hope February offers up a real wet cycle.
Winter Park Ski Resort Detailed Report and Surface Conditions 01/11/2018
Hi, Julie Ray here, Competition Center Mogul Coach, former US ski team member and Your favorite Real Estate Agent in Winter Park and Denver Colorado. We picked up a good 6-7 inches of snow on Wednesday. The snow was heavy and wet at time, about a 4:1 ratio at the 8000 foot level. Higher up the snow was a bit lighter at about 5:1. Weather for today thru Sunday, snowy today and tomorrow (possibly 5-7 inches) and then mostly clear skies expected by the weekend. Highs will be in the low 30’s with lows tonight into 10’s to low 20’s. Winds could gust as high as 45 mph on Saturday.
Long range the pattern keeps pointing to a strong jet moving into Colorado in about 7-10 days. That would bring us our first taste of a real series of winter storms. Confidence in this set up if growing by the day now.
Winter Park Ski Resort Detailed Report and Surface Conditions 01-04-2018
Happy New Year from Cityandskirealestate.com. Hi, Julie Ray here, Competition Center Mogul Coach, former US ski team member and Your favorite Real Estate Agent in Winter Park and Denver Colorado. Same old story out on the hill with the groomers rocking with some great corduroy in the am on Cramner, Larry Sale, Sober Englishman and MaryJane trail. Crowd wise there are a a lot of people in town, but they seem to be slow to get to the hill, so no lines early in the am and just light lines in the pm hours. Let’s talk about the weather now, we will continue to have a mix of clear skies with thick high clouds at times Friday. Highs should be in the 30’s. Lows at night are in the upper 20’s to the low 10’s. Saturday we expect a 80% chance of a dusting to 6 inches of snow. Then Saturday night we could see 1-3 inches of snowfall. Snow levels will be well above 8000 feet. Confidence is low, but Wednesday is our best shot for more snow. Right now models have 1 foot coming in, that would refresh things very nicely.