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    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    Well, better than last year. We are at about 62" base at Snowbird. 75" things are pretty good. 100" things are really good. More snow in the forecast later this weekend. Then a break, but doesn't look too bad. So as to LCC, things are filling in. Not sure what you mean by "steeper stuff." Some is open at Snowbird, some is not. For example, parts of the Cirque are pretty good from what I saw last weekend before the last storm.
    Thanks for the info. Just what I was looking for. Not being familiar with SLC skiing wasn't sure at what base levels equate to good vs bad skiing.

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    Looks like a good dumping is on the way tomorrow and Monday. Hoping for a repeat a week from now!
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    Solitude: 1/13; Snowbird 1/14, 4/1; Deer Valley: 1/15; Alta: 1/16, 3/29, 4/2; Brighton 3/28; Jackson: 3/30, 3/31
    Sugarbush: 1/21, 2/3, 3/10; MRG 1/22; Jay 2/4; Burke 2/5
    Sugarloaf: 2/24, 2/25; Stratton: 3/5, Stowe 3/11, Smuggs 3/12

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zand View Post
    Looks like a good dumping is on the way tomorrow and Monday. Hoping for a repeat a week from now!
    They are saying later this coming week.


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    Be there in 2 weeks....

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    Forecasts say look for 12-20" of new snow between now and Tuesday.
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    OK, I stand corrected. Today’s 6” storm turned into 20”. Unreal skiing. More coming. It will be awesome the next few days and more coming!

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    Can almost taste it now. Looks like things are in good shape after the past week's storms. Sunday and Monday look bluebird and pleasant temps then maybe some snow Tuesday-Wednesday and naturally a big storm after I leave.
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    2018-19 days - 34
    Sunday River: 11/13, 12/4, 2/18; Killington: 11/20, 3/24, 5/27, 6/2; Loon: 11/27
    Wachusett: 11/18, 11/19, 11/25, 12/20, 12/23
    Solitude: 1/13; Snowbird 1/14, 4/1; Deer Valley: 1/15; Alta: 1/16, 3/29, 4/2; Brighton 3/28; Jackson: 3/30, 3/31
    Sugarbush: 1/21, 2/3, 3/10; MRG 1/22; Jay 2/4; Burke 2/5
    Sugarloaf: 2/24, 2/25; Stratton: 3/5, Stowe 3/11, Smuggs 3/12

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zand View Post
    Can almost taste it now. Looks like things are in good shape after the past week's storms. Sunday and Monday look bluebird and pleasant temps then maybe some snow Tuesday-Wednesday and naturally a big storm after I leave.
    Yep. That’s what it looks like.




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  9. #89
    Any good ideas for winter, daytime, non-downhill skiing activities (perish the thought, sadly, I know) in the area?

    Done all the PC shopping stuff before & Natural History Museum (which anyone who visits the area should see for the dino stuff alone).

    Some ideas I had:
    Easy cross country skiing
    Snowshoeing
    Apparently there's an art museum in SLC
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    Quote Originally Posted by BenedictGomez View Post
    Any good ideas for winter, daytime, non-downhill skiing activities (perish the thought, sadly, I know) in the area?

    Done all the PC shopping stuff before & Natural History Museum (which anyone who visits the area should see for the dino stuff alone).

    Some ideas I had:
    Easy cross country skiing
    Snowshoeing
    Apparently there's an art museum in SLC
    One time I took a 45 min drive from SLC to Antelope Island State Park with my wife. You have to take a causeway to get out there. It has interesting wildlife, hiking, biking and you can drive a circular road around the island which has a moon-like mountainous topography, also with wide sandy beaches on the Great Salt Lake. Very different and scenic place for those of us from lush eastern locales. Cost a few bucks to enter and there is a decent little visitor center. A mild winter day is a good time to go. They tell me lots of bugs there in summer. not my photos:

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