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[POW: Ski culture vernacular for powder snow. This isn't about gun control.] It SHOULD have been a powder day. There was a brief but fierce blizzard in Summit County Monday 4Mar2013 with 2 major pile-ups on I-70 near Silverthorne. Views from the condo Monday afternoon post-blizzard and Tuesday morning were beautiful: (On my Macbook I … Continue reading FRESH POW, Powder Skiing, Copper Mountain Colorado, 05Mar2013, Part DEUX
[Click on photos to enlarge if you like, then use your browser's Back function to return to the post. All photos taken with an iPhone5.] Winter is in full swing. Who needs snow?! As you can see there IS snow. Christmas storms were moderately generous. 'More' ski runs are open and skiing is 'better' though … Continue reading Copper Mountain, Winter Park Colorado Skiing Update, StarDate 01:18:2013
Hiked mid-day today, 2 Oct. 2012. The fun never stops. Enjoying that autumn weather while it lasts. It won't be long. This trail is above Silverthorne in the north part of the county, east of Highway 9 affording incredible views to the west. [Click to enlarge each picture individually. (Zooming while enlarged can be interesting.) … Continue reading Views from Angler Mt. Trail, Summit County Colorado
It has been a drop-dead gorgeous, bee-yoo-ti-ful, autumn this year. Summit County includes the towns or resorts of Silverthorne, Dillon, Keystone, Frisco, Breckenridge, and Copper Mountain. There's a lot of hiking, biking, boating, et al in the summer. Winter there is skiing at Breck, Keystone, Copper, A-Basin, Loveland to the east, and Vail/Beaver Creek to … Continue reading Autumn 2012 in Summit County, Colorado
Time / MTN Home / DEN Home 4AM / -4F / -10F 7:30 / -8F / unk 9:45 / -8F / -8F 11:30 / -5F / -1F . Forecast high of -4F here in the mountains. Sun is slightly breaking through the haze. Heat wave! . Forecast high of 1F in … Continue reading Temperature report from the Colorado Arctic South