Pico Snow Report Friday February 24Freeriding, Killington, Skiing, Snow Report, Snowboarding, Uncategorized
Light sleet and snow, 32* and windy and posting this from the Last Run Pub third floor of the Pico Base Lodge.
This is going to be a short report as we just ordered lunch and I dont want to be rude to our guests.
I took the day off today to ski with family that came up from Greene County, NY. We got here about 10 and our guests were ready to roll. The mountain is in great shape with the same terrain as the past week. On the upper mountain, 49er and KA were the standard groomers and Pike and Sunset 71 were left ungroomed. UGK is open, but we didnt venture there. The groomers are skiing well and the ungroomed is holding up okay. There’s pockets of fresh to be had on Pike,and Birth Glade. Sunset was more moguly, but still lots of fun. As usual the lower mountain is skiing well.
So by know, most of you know there’s a storm brewing for later today, tonight and tomorrow. It seems that this storm is taking it’s time to get here and accumulations have been scalled back, but the National Weather Service is still calling for 2-4″ today, 7-11″ tonight and 1-3″ tomorrow at 3,559′. So with some luck, we’ll be upwards of 18″ towards K Peak when it’s all said and done.
This laptop battery is getting low and lunch came a few mins ago. Have fun out ther etomorrow y’all!