Ski conditions have been quite good with surface conditions ranging from cold loose powder to supportable corn snow and a variety of melt-freeze crusts. Unsettled spring weather continues to impact the area, and with each new batch of snow comes renewed avalanche concerns. Even as more predictable spring conditions and relatively benign avalanche concerns become the norm, it is essential always to challenge our assumptions. Keep an eye on changes in the weather and how this is affecting the snowpack, and always keep your options open.
I want to extend a big thank you to all those who continue to post their observations. As we at ESAC wind down our operations for the spring, the observation page will continue to be a valuable source of information on snowpack and ski conditions.