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November 06, 2005

Loveland Gets 15" in last 48 hours

I spent the weekend at my condo at Brian Head. Highs were in the low 50's at the base area and that does not lend itself to an on-time opening. But that is my problem, not Loveland's.

After being the first resort in the nation to open (for like the 100th straight season I might add), Loveland got a combined 15" dump in the last 48 hours. Translate that into open runs and you get one lift and three runs. Still not enough snow to start opening some more terrain, but every little bit counts.

Posted by Justin at November 6, 2005 10:36 PM

Comments

yes, it was EPIC. 15" is on the low end. above 11k on loveland pass, at least 20".. knee deep all over the place. the pass was closed from Friday night until 7:30am Sunday morning. we had fresh tracks all day. SICK

Posted by: JP at November 10, 2005 04:42 PM