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Whistler Blackcomb 3/26-27 2" Gets you 10"
« on: 03/28/17, 06:18 AM »

Another 2" on the Sunday overnight report skied like a powder day in the Alpine on Monday. Winter still is holding on in the Alpine with cold enough temps for good snow. Zero people on Monday allowed the mountain to stay fresh all day. Visability was variable, making it a great day to ski things like Harvey's and Robertson's on Harmony. We also did a Million Dollar
Lap and enjoyed first tracks for 4,000. Size does matter! My Eastern friends were talking about the run of their lives - easily top 20 for me. More snow again last night...😄
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Re: Whistler Blackcomb 3/26-27 2" Gets you 10"
« Reply #1 on: 03/28/17, 03:36 PM »

Today 4" got you 2' in Boomer Bowl...Alpine closed all day at Whistle,  so tomorrow will be Epic! New snow slightly heavier than yesterday made for very touchy conditions on anything steep. Blackcomb Alpine open but with poor visibility. Trees in 7th might have been good but they were probably windblown.
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