We have a glorious weekend in store for us, and it starts today with a bluebird day to set the tone for what is going to be an incredible weekend on the slopes.
Take a look at these shots from Resortcams for a quick look at what we are looking at so far today.
Today’s featured image is from Timberline Mountain earlier in the week.
While the weather is going to be fantastic, the snow conditions will be just as good – if not better – as most resorts have had the opportunity to refresh the slopes with snowmaking opportunities.
For the latest conditions, be sure to hop over to the Snow Reports page for the latest.
Our own Brad Panovich shared his latest Skier’s Forecast, and it really reinforced how incredible this weekend is going to be.
The forecast for Monday and Tuesday has that blah look, but Thursday’s forecast certainly grabbed my attention. (#ThinkSnow!)
If you are looking to hit the slopes this weekend, I would be sure to go ahead and purchase your lift tickets as soon as possible to ensure you have a spot.
With the COVID-19 protocols, we will see some resorts hit capacity this weekend – especially judging by how crowded Banner Elk was last night.
Wisp has announced that they are sold out of day lift tickets, rentals, and lessons for today (Friday 1/22), but there are still night lift tickets available.
All lift tickets, lessons, and rentals for tomorrow (Saturday 1/23) are sold out and tubing is also sold out for the next two days.
While we haven’t seen any other resorts make announcements for this weekend (with the exception of limited tickets available at Snowshoe), I fully expect we will see similar announcements throughout the weekend.
If you are able to slide and ride over the next three days, conditions will be fantastic.
That does it for today, but until next time, #ThinkSnow!
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