Great mountain; great terrain; challenging, very steep chutes; and awesome tree skiing.

This report is based on a day of rather poor spring skiing.

The coverage is another issue. All the runs on the left side of Super Condor Express were already closed in March, not due to the icy conditions but to the non-existent snow. A big part of the mountain was brown, and only the man-made snow remained in acceptable shape. Almost all day, it felt like it was the last day of the season: almost empty, many runs closed, no hikers, brown areas, man-made snow at the base and several other areas, etc.

I could see some nice areas where skiing could be good if the snow is good, but I have to go back and check the resort again and might get a better impression.


If you have $$$, stay at the resort; otherwise, drive back to Salt Lake City.

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