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News: 104" of New Snow at Snowbird Breaks 40+ Year Average for the Month of December!

 

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Planning a trip to Snowbird this winter, better bring your fat skis and big pow surfing boards as the Bird received a whopping 104” of Utah’s famous champagne powder during the month of December.  Temperatures have remained cold and the skiing is all time right now. Snowbird is home to legendary waist-deep Wasatch powder and world-class terrain, and with all this snow the resort broke a 40 year average for the month of December. Can you say lake effect?

Our latest update from Snowbird a few days ago mentioned “It was an interesting powder day at Snowbird Ski Resort, with many employees leaving their houses with 24” on the ground, arriving at Snowbird to find about a foot at the base of the resort, and about 6” at Hidden Peak this morning. The current total is about 15,” and more snow is in the forecast.”

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Update: Climbers Hayden Kennedy and Inge Perkins Dead In First Avalanche Fatalities of Season
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Inge Perkins and Hayden Kennedy, from Perkins' Instagram account. According to Montana Avalanche, an avalanche claimed the life of a skier in in the Madison Range on Saturday.  The slide fully buried one and partially buried another on the North Couloir of Imp Peak. The skiers were approaching their line when the avalanche triggered from above. Gallatin County SAR responded to the scene. Out of respect for the families, the names of the skiers have not been released yet. We will update with

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