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December 02, 2005

Big Sky Gets Second Deepest November in 33 Year History

Dax at Big Sky reports the following:

Fresh powder and lots of it!! We'll see continual snow throughout the day.

Big Sky has already eclipsed the 100 inch snow mark this season, we had the second deepest November in our 33 year history.

The Tram is open, along with powder conditions off the Triple Chair and Challenger chair, we've been open since Nov. 13. Lifts and terrain continue to open early

Join us tomorrow, Friday, all lift tickets are only $10. With all this new snow, it is the deal of the century.

The Northern Rockies are stealing all my Southern Rocky Snow. That is a good thing though. Maybe the entire state of Montana won't burn in Forest Fires this year. Let's hope that this cures the drought woes.

Posted by Justin at December 2, 2005 10:01 AM


Steamboat has had it's best November ever with 83" at mid-mountain. The Warren Miller film crew took a U-Turn for Steamboat to enjoy the epic pow this week.

I finally get my season pass tomorrow! Looks like a killer year!

- Wil

Posted by: Wil @ 120 Days of Powder at December 2, 2005 07:23 PM