We'll be keeping our eye on this bad boy. The brown smudge in the middle indicates the spooky Halloween rain layer. The brown smudge on the bottom indicates the still warm earth under 40 cm of wet snow. Thanks for the photo shivers, Adam Sherriff. This was snapped 5 days ago at the top of Think Twice.
Kyle Hale walks us through final considerations for the end of the ski season. Enjoy the last of the snow and keep on keeping it safe.
Spring is springing although it is hard to tell with the winter conditions in the Purcells. Now that touring season is upon us, Chris Granter reminds us to keep our minds on a couple of suspicious layers still lingering beneath our feet.
There is a lot of snow out there now. Lines are filling in nice and fat. Unfortunately, as it has all season, that snow doesn't always want to stay up on slope - one series of slides stretched 4 km along a ridge. Ruby warns us what to be concerned with as the beginning of the end of the season begins. Thanks Richard Oszust for the Quartz Ck photos.
Hope you enjoyed that last storm, because as Kyle Hale tells us, the warm temperatures coming are about to destroy our playground. Choose wisely.