First hand, user-generated ski reports from Devils Head.

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Corn Snow
posted 187 days ago by Ripper's IPhone
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Hit every black diamond run today (minus double black to far right of hill due to lift closure). Only two lifts open, 1-quad chairlift at base of Cyclops 2- Chairlift serving Green run. No problems getting back to base of Cyclops for lift. With warmer conditions & melting snow recently, snow has high water content so wax appropriately!! Skied 10-4:30 with variable conditions. Morning was slow & wet, late morning to early afternoon snow firmed up due to sub freezing conditions & mid afternoon-on warmer temps softened snow substantially. Tuff to maintain conditions with South facing slopes... Good times with Spring conditions! Enjoyed both Devils Alley & combination of "Revenge" to "Way Out" & back to "Revenge" drifting round closed lifts & scooting back to lift at base of Cyclops. Season is closing in on us! ENJOY & see y'all at Granite Peak once DH closes
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Spring Snow
posted 188 days ago by tmurdaaaa
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plenty of snow at devils head. every run seemed to be open. slushy in the morning afternoon and chunky in the evening. Sat at the bar and heard them say next weekend will be their last for 2014.
posted 190 days ago by JosephCas
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Friday 3/14. It was spring skiing! The snow was all slush and very slow. The black runs felt like green runs, the kids loved it! Overheard a lift operator say Devils Head might close Monday. There was plenty of snow.
Spring Snow
posted 196 days ago by the Transplant
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The below picture is not Devils head. I was the March 9th great conditions got warm in the afternoon.
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Machine Groomed
posted 205 days ago by Matt’s iPhone
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We had a BEAUTIFUL Sunday ski day last week. Snow was BEAUTIFUL but it was a little cold. I bought a new ski mask from the nice man in the gift shop and it really helped. We hope to go again real soon!

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