The Steamboat snow stake at 8am on Saturday, June 22nd, 2019. Steamboat photo.
In yet another dispatch from Colorado's endless winter, Steamboat Springs received nearly two feet of fresh snow between Friday, June 21st, 2019 and the following morning. Avid astrologists will note that June 21st is the Summer Solstice, AKA the longest day of the year, as well as the official first day of summer. While such late season storms aren't entirely unheard-of, it's certainly enough of a surprise to make us consult our star-signs. Mine said "Don't put those skis away yet, buster."
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June 23, 2019 — Dear Summer, You have been so consistent, heart warming and dedicated through all of the years. Enjoy your time off! Winter and Spring have been talking great care of us while you’re on vacation. You deserve it. Best, Teague and some other big fans. — #winter2019 #spring2019 #summer2019 #dreamseason #mountains #highcountry #thisiselevation #Summerisonbreak #exploresummit #twoseasons #winterandjuly With @jason_killgore @crbaldwin1 @c_franny @factionskis @factionbreck @scarpana @julbo_eyewear @julboeyewearna @hestra_usa @hestragloves @gnarlynutrition @mtn_outfitters_breck @strafeouterwear @skimo_co
In addition to dropping significant snow on Steamboat, the storm also dropped enough snow on Beartooth Pass between Wyoming and Montana to close the highway from Thursday evening until Sunday afternoon. The Pass is now open to traffic.
Mammoth Mountain Terrain Park. Photo: Mammoth Mountain It’s the height of summer: beaches, bonfires and sunbathing abound. But you’re a ski bum, and you don’t like any of those things; you want to be on the mountain. So here we are, serving your addiction to getting pulled down hills of frozen water by gravity - you weirdo. We’re enablers, we know, but we don’t really care, so here are the two ski resorts in the U.S. you can still get your fix. Mammoth
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