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March 12, 2020

Hey there everyone,

We’re getting towards the end of the season and the spring skiing is finally here. With the warm weather we will be working on keeping the features shaped and riding smooth. You may start to see some changes to the flow of the parks. That is to ensure the longevity of the terrain and snow surfaces for the remainder of the season.

On March 21st, we will be experimenting with a different style of competition in preparation for the next season. This will not be a formal competition, but more of a feedback session in hopes that we can formally roll out this style of competition in the 20/21 season. We’re going to be set up in the bottom of Morton’s 60 at 11:00 on Saturday the 21st. Stop by the check out the features that we are testing out.

Lastly, it’s important to use caution on the mountain during the warm season and keep an eye on where you’re going. Sometimes there’s thin coverage or slushy snow which ride differently than the normal hardpack that we’re used to throughout the winter. If you’re riding and see wet snow, anticipate or avoid it. The wet snow tends to bind up on the bottoms of skis and board and can slow you down.

That’s all for now. Enjoy the warm weather and be safe out on the hill.

Be safe out there,

Brantly Ludington

Terrain Parks Manager