The Holiday Week Continues On

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Another beautiful day is on tap for Thursday.

It is going to be a bluebird day with sunshine and great snow conditions as the Christmas-to-New Year week rolls on.

Conditions have been incredible the past couple of days, and it looks like today will be no different. The best news is new terrain continues to be added to the mix daily.

Today has that bluebird look as there will be plentiful sunshine in most locations. While the temps will be a bit on the milder side, the snow conditions should still be a lot of fun to play on.

For the full snow report, be sure to visit the Snow Reports page.

Here are a few notable items from around the area:

  • App Ski Mountain, Bryce Resort, Ski Sapphire Valley, and Timberline have 100% terrain open.
  • Speaking of App, I noticed this morning they had less than 10% of the remaining tickets for today’s day session available so if you are on your way, you may want to reserve your spot on their site.
  • It is a busy holiday week, so you will want to reserve early if your destination resort offers that as an option. We’ve seen a few resorts reach capacity in the past couple of days.
  • Snowshoe is dropping the rope on Upper Shay’s and Skip Jack today as they are now up to 184 acres of open terrain.

Brad shared his latest skier’s forecast on Wednesday, and while we have a bit of a mild up, it looks like cold will return the first week of the new year.

As I wrap things up today, here are some cool shots and posts from the resorts.

That does it for today, but until next time, #ThinkSnow!

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