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December 02, 2007

Brian Head Storm Total is 25"

Brian Head rec'd a total of 25" from this current storm. Not enough to do more than cover the smaller rocks, but every little bit counts. This will compact and start forming our base. I am estimating that another 36" or so and at least half of the resort will be opened with groomed terrain. This just augments the snowmaking and allows them to open terrain much faster.

Sticks and Stones may break my bones, and that is why I don't ski near the edges of the White Ribbon of Death.

Posted by Justin at December 2, 2007 08:00 PM


In Park City, the weekend storm let about 5". Higher, at the resorts, there might have been 10"-15". I was at the Silver Lake Lodge at Deer Valley (elev. 8,400') Saturday morning and there was about 10" of fresh snow there. PCMR has opened another run.

The good news is that Deer Valley, with its massive snow making, will open next Saturday and should provide the best skiing Utah (for the moment). It looks to me that at the very lest there will be half a dozen skiable runs open on Bald and Bald Eagle mountains.

Posted by: ExBender at December 3, 2007 08:29 AM