3 weeks into February and nearly 3 feet of snow – it’s been another snowy month and there’s more on the way! This weekend will feature a few fresh inches, perfect for keeping things soft beneath your boards. There’s nothing quite like fresh snow paired with the warm sun and the combo is a reminder that spring skiing is right around the corner. Until then, we’ve got plenty more days of classic Colorado pow to enjoy.
With flakes in the forecast for both today and Friday we’re getting ready for another memorable weekend of spinning lap after lap. Current predictions are calling for up to 5 inches – we’re hoping Ullr will gift us even more!
Coming out to the slopes on Saturday or Sunday? Don’t forget your sunscreen and shades! The sun will be shining and we couldn’t be more excited for more bluebird skiing! We’re looking forward to getting some freshies and a tan, and nothing beats an après beer on a patio after a day of laying down turns.
2,797 acres is a lot to explore, have you seen it all? If not, make this weekend your time to find a new favorite run! We know we know, breaking away from your private pow stashes and flowy tree lines is a lot to ask, but believe us when we say there’s so much more out there waiting for you!
Sometimes finding a new run is all it takes to reignite the stoke and feel that snowy inspiration! Check out a few of our favorite hidden gems while you’re out on the mountain this weekend:
- Iron Horse Trail
- Stagecoach trees
- Chuck Wagon
- Tweedle Dum
Ski hard, play hard. Thankfully for us, the sun makes both all the more fun! After a day of skiing hard, few things hit the spot like kicking up the feet and sipping on a delicious draft. Mary Jane is the perfect place to do both. The cherry on top? Excellent live music performed by some of your favorite local musicians.
This weekend, Winter Park is thrilled to have an all-star lineup displaying their musical gifts at the base of the Jane. Get a beer, pull up a chair, and hear Weston Smith on Friday, followed by a Saturday evening performance by Zoe Berman and Futon Down.