Posts by Snow Reporter

Our Snow Reporter's blog highlighting terrain, conditions and more! 

 


POWDER ALERT! 16" and Counting!

After spring-like days filling most of February, it feels like winter all over again! Snow Reporter, Grant Potter, demonstrates the meaning of "shredding pow" and we forecast the awesome weather to come.

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2016/2017 Terrain Updates

New snowfall and snowmaking efforts are opening lifts during the early winter season. Follow our social channels and @PCMtnAlert on Twitter for the most up-to-date terrain announcements.

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Let it Snow!

Preparing for Park City Mountain’s Opening Day takes a lot of work. Tickets need printing, chairlifts need priming, food needs prepping, and lessons need planning. But, above all else, we need snow. That’s where the Park City’s snowmakers come in. A snowmaker is someone that lays the foundation for an epic ski season. They work around the clock to ensure there is enough snow to last the entire season.

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Park City's Guided Mountain Experience

Last weekend I had the opportunity to test our new Ski and Ride School product at Park City, the Guided Mountain Experience, and let me rave to you about it for a moment! At the end of the day, I skied away with more confidence in my ability to conquer terrain, as well as a better understanding of how impressively huge this mountain is. Essentially this guided mountain experience lets a ski....

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Jafflz: Meals on the Go

Jafflz (“Jaw-fulls”, which is ironic pronunciation) are toasted pocket sandwiches. Imagine a calzone, but small and circular, roughly the size of your hand (unless you have tiny hands. So, let’s envision an average-sized hand for argument’s sake.). The best thing about these sandwiches is that they are incredible easy to eat on the run.

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Calling All Explorers: Pinecone Ridge

Whether it’s your first day on the mountain or you’re a seasoned veteran, there is a vast amount of terrain unknown to you just waiting to be explored. This season is particularly special. The addition of the Quicksilver Gondola has opened up a large portion of Pinecone Ridge that has never been in bounds before. So not only can you find a powder stash that is new to you, you can find a powder stash that is new to everyone.

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