Snow Reports, Winter

Snow Report April 18

Ready for another round of spring fun in the sun? We sure are! Break out the neon colors, vintage skis, and wacky accessories to celebrate the closing of the Winter Park side this weekend. Saturday will feature 80s themed activities and some classic tunes at the base before the party continues into Sunday. With Spring Splash and Easter events all happening on Sunday, the calendar for the weekend is stacked with fun for the entire family. 

Ski:

This weekend is your last chance to rip some turns down your favorite runs on the Winter Park side. Cruise Cranmer, bump your way down Bradley’s Bash, or get a few terrain-park laps in to get your late-season fill.

We know, it’s always sad to see runs close, but fear not – there’s still plenty of terrain left to enjoy! With Mary Jane remaining open until May 12th you and the gang have more than three full weeks left to ride. Sleeper, Outhouse, and Bluebell are just a few of our Jane-side favorites, but with so much left to ski we’re sure you’ll find your fav’ spring spots in no time.

Snow:

Last week’s storm brought us over 2 FEET in less than 36 hours… talk about a spring snow storm! All that fresh pow has helped to keep the skiing soft and fresh this week. We could be in for some more fresh turns to kick off next week as Sunday looks to bring us up to 4” – how’s that for starting late season at the Jane!

As the sun climbs higher the snow gets softer so look for the best conditions in late morning and early afternoon on those classic bluebird days.

Spring:

Don’t miss the last weekend of Bash + Splash! With an 80s theme and events happening on both days this is a party for the ages!

Spring skiing is simply in a category all to itself. The warmer temps have a way of brightening moods and inspiring even more fun than usual during a day out on the slopes. No place epitomizes shredding in spring more than Mary Jane and with the Club Car bar operating until the season ends you’ll always have a place to catch some refreshment, and some rays, after a day of spring shredding.

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