Tuesday March 03, 2015

Throughout the course of the storm we’ve accumulated 6-8" of fluffy powder and it continues to flurry here at Stark Mountain. While the storm moved in yesterday evening it continued to snow heavily at times for most of today, and by early afternoon the snow had tapered off into flurries. Most of the new snow settled into the glade trails and deeper woods lines due to winds out of the northwest. The best snow was found among the low angle terrain, on and off piste. Skiers tomorrow can expect predominantly soft chopped powder and packed powder conditions especially amongst the trees and along the low angle slopes. The forecast for Tuesday calls for temperatures in the low twenties with snow showers and a chance at 3-5" of new snow. Tonight 21 out of 23 of our novice and intermediate trails will get buffed out leaving refreshed surfaces with seamless corduroy for skiers tomorrow. Skiers will have access to 100% of our legendary terrain serviced by the Single Chair, Sunnyside Double and Practice Slope lift from 9:00 AM until 4 PM while the Callie's Corner Handle Tow will operate from 10 to 3.  

 

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40th Annual North American Telemark Festival March 7th & 8th

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Unconventional Terrain Comp Full Results

 

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