Just as we thought the best skiing of the season was behind us, winter came back in full force providing us with some of the softest conditions yet. Many days of fog and rain in town translated to constant snow refills at the mountain. It’s been so good that we’ve had no choice but to push through the fatigue and enjoy this powder fest of a winter until last call. Whitewater is closing in a few days while the snowpack is at its deepest (361 cm on March 30) and still growing.

After a full season, we can confidently say that this place has redefined our expectations. We are sad that it has to end, but also in need of a healthy dose of vitamin E and some rest. It’s not goodbye, but rather au revoir.


Spring is relative.