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The video above was filmed in Montana on Sunday, October 23, 2022 and sent to us by Colton Elingson.
For full post: [VIDEO] Snorkel deep powder ski yesterday in Montana
Utah’s Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) is one of the most famous resorts in the country, and for good reason. Over 7,300 acres of land, 3,226 feet above sea level, and just 32 miles from Salt Lake City. The resort also averages over 350 inches of “the best snow on the planet,” with a peak elevation of he over 10,000 feet. The town of Park City has great amenities and world-class restaurants. It has excellent family-friendly services and a lively nightlife.
Full article: Learn more about why Park City Mountain Resort, Utah fell so far in this year’s annual resort guide
Few brands in snowboarding are as iconic and universally loved as Forum. The brand was founded in 1996 by professional rider Peter Lyne and For Star Distribution. Known for his unconventional marketing, product development and influence across the industry, Forum was a snowboarding powerhouse in the 1990s and into his early 2000s. The forum, which ran rider by rider, revitalized the snowboard market and forced companies to reassess their strategies. They were provocative and trend-setting while moving the needle on what was possible in the world of snowboarding.
Full article: Forum Forever? Forum Snowboards is back, but this time for real
After a moderate fall, peaks in Utah and Colorado will see significant snowfall this weekend. A cool enough air mass means the resort will see almost all the snow from this storm — great news as the mountains start gearing up for winter operations.
For full prediction: SnowBrains Prediction: Utah, Colorado Will Get Leftovers This Weekend
Sunday and Monday October 23 and 24, 2022 Reports, Alta Ski Area, Utah, by The Daily POW
The long Utah summer has come to a warm end. We didn’t see much rain and it was still in the 80’s even in October. But the switch is flipped and winter is here. Yesterday, Sunday, the first storm of the season raged through the evening. We hiked to Saaz via Gunsite around 2pm in persistent wind and snow. As the small ridges loaded began to collapse, he crossed them one at a time and initiated a small slide down the slope at least 100 feet. At this point we weren’t feeling well, but there wasn’t a lot of snow and it was only 4 inches deep, so we headed down the main slope along the tree to the right of the skier we usually skied. I felt that it was enough to ski.
Full post here: [VIDEO] Daily Pow | Ski Alta, Utah, First Dump of the 2022/23 Season
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