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anonymous user
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oh yea babby

4 years ago - Ski China Peak.

Ski China Peak +
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pow day thursday! more fluff than reported on many on the upper runs! still coming down lightly

4 years ago - Ski China Peak.

anonymous user
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Better than we expected Saturday. A little slushy in the afternoon. Fun day on the mountain!

4 years ago - Ski China Peak.

anonymous user
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just went up on the 2nd snow is fine,not to icy.pretty bare off the runs tho.12-18in coming this week so nest weekend will be great

4 years ago - Dodge Ridge.

anonymous user
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Snowing up top today and hardly anyone there. Great powder skiing

4 years ago - Dodge Ridge.

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sat. fast ski conditions until noon . spring skiing after 12

4 years ago - Bear Valley.

anonymous user
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foggy and snowed all day. snow was wet and slushy, but still fun

4 years ago - Bear Valley.

anonymous user
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where did the foot of snow come from??

4 years ago - Ski China Peak.

Ski China Peak +
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4 years ago - Ski China Peak.

anonymous user
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how did they magically get 30inchs hahaha someone messed up the real depths are more like 30-36 inch on the deep side

4 years ago - Ski China Peak.

anonymous user
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how is the snow out there is it worth going

4 years ago - Dodge Ridge.

anonymous user
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Last Monday just fine from noon to closing. Sunny and loosened the top just fine. Bring sunscreen and glasses of course.

4 years ago - Ski China Peak.

Ski China Peak +
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nice snow last Friday. I could see a little dirt in sime spots but not on the trails. surface packed but ski-able.

4 years ago - Ski China Peak.

anonymous user
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wonderful weekend. powder down all black diamonds

4 years ago - Badger Pass.

Ski China Peak +
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very packed powder. i would not say it was ice. i was there all day saturday. well groomed. i had fun but now ever muscle in my body hurts.

4 years ago - Ski China Peak.

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