Brilliantly sunny, stiff winds and a cool for early April, 28* at 2:30pm in Bay 1
So, upon leaving the shop, I run into Lisa who is just getting off the hill and she tells me that Superstar is skiing best as the wind has really buffed out a lot of the mountain. In honesty, I’m not really dying to ski a bunch of Superstar’s as there will be plenty of that after April 21.
I get there and I figure I would do a small tour around the mountain. I head up the K1 in hopes of some wintery snow and ski upper and lower East Fall, which was good. Up the CQ4 to ski natural snow bumps on whatever the trail that used to be called West Glade. Sorry, I forget the name of it. Which was really, good. Growing tired of taking the slow CQ4 as it was stopping frequently, I head to Bear via K Peak.
Bear was just alright by that point of the day. It had started to soften earlier, but now was resetting as the sun was off it. Up the Skye Peak chair to a Bittersweet, which was okay. The lower part had a ball bearing type surface. I finished things up with a run down Superstar which had the best snow.
I guess I should of listened to Lisa and stuck to the good snow on Superstar..