There is no better feeling than waking up to some fresh snow. In Vail the snow started falling down later in the afternoon on Sunday and didn't stop until late on Monday night, creating great early week powder conditions. Everybody who got out on Monday morning enjoyed some great turns and those of you who are not in the mountains right now -- book your trip. According to the weather forecast the rest of March is looking promising, with another snowstorm predicted to possibly hit Colorado later this week on Thursday or Friday. The conditions on the mountain are great for spring skiing and the latest refill of snow will definitely help keep it soft for the next couple of weeks.
Today we are celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Epic Pass, and it has just began snowing! We are forecasted to receive 4-8 inches tonight by @findOpenSnow Tomorrow’s outlook = powder day! ❄️ pic.twitter.com/Sv6MoF1NTZ— Vail (@vailmtn) March 18, 2018
On Tuesday, March 20 Vail reported 7 inches in 48 hours and Beaver Creek had 9 inches posted as the official report. Both resorts have most of their terrain open and a good snow bases to last through the spring months of the ski and snowboard season. Get out and enjoy the spring conditions on the mountain, it is supposed to be a picture perfect, Colorado blue bird day! To know what you are missing on check out the Vail Daily's snow report from Tuesday.