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Mark

Posts by Mark

 

Mark is a life-long Utah and Park City resident. He started his career on the Park City Ski Patrol in 1990 and has been the Assistant Snow Safety Supervisor since 2006.


Beyond Bonanza: A Season Update

"So why can't we just open more stuff?" you're thinking. "The mountain looks white and I see all those tracks under Silverlode." The reality is, for the most part it goes beyond just having snow on a run.

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October Snow = December Avalanches

In the Snow Safety Department we often take a different look at early storms. Understand that snow never just sits there waiting for more snow; it is constantly changing.

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Day 13

The resort finally looks like a ski mountain and conditions are just unreal. Patrollers and locals alike have had more good powder days in a row than many of us can remember.

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Thursday night update

Tomorrow morning at sunrise we will be up on Pinecone Ridge. We plan to shoot the upper end (Pinecone Bowl to Two Goons) and have it open for you by mid-morning if all goes well.

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The Stick of Dumb

On Friday evenings we, the patrol, gather at our local pub for some end of week decompression. As part of this "safety meeting" we have a tradition of presenting one patroller with the Bad Judgment Award, otherwise known as the Stick of Dumb.

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