It's official. February's snowfall of 128 inches was the snowiest one on record. Blowing past February of 1998, which was the only season we exceeded 500 inches, by 20 inches.
Bryan who works in our IT department carved out some time in his day to hit up the freshies. Days like these have been more common than not this season. Check out how much snow there is:
Of course, all of this great snow means fantastic skiing and as luck would have it, this is the one winter that I had to take care of medical issues and couldn't ski! I went into the hospital on January 29, which fell right in the snow cycle that Brian talked about here. You can't imagine how difficult it is to be sitting in a hospital bed watching it dump outside knowing that you can't enjoy the mountain, in all of it's might and glory.
And if that is not enough, March traditionally is one of our snowiest months. Will we exceed the 500 inches mark before the season ends? We are well on our way there. If you are lucky enough to find yourself on the mountain the next six weeks you won't be dissappointed. Blue Bird Skies + Great snow = An Amazing Day.
Originally from the Pocono’s of Pennsylvania, Travis found his way to Park City three years ago and is now our grooming manager. When not in snowcat you can find him skiing or snowmobiling in the Utah backcountry or enjoying the skiing here at Park City Mountain Resort.
Nicole Roundy is a world class snowboarder on the US Paralympic Team. She is a cancer survivor, inspiration seeker, crossfit training, Park City riding superpower blogger. Follow her adventures right here. You can also spy her on twitter (@nicoleroundy) and Instragram (@nroundy)