This storm came in and crushed us with a blizzardy mess of snow, sleet, groppel, sunshine, wind, fog and glory. We didn't have a cat out yesterday or the day prior so it was extra special for the 1 cat out today. Only 6 guests on the cat, so plenty of room to stretch and clean out goggles from the ...Continue Reading
And so it begins, our 2014-15 Powdercat season is a go! After an interesting early part of December where we didn't receive much snow, the faucet turned on last Saturday night and since then we've received around 2 feet of the season saving snow. For those who aren't here in the valley, after a h...Continue Reading
Going to bed last night, we knew there was a chance of snow. All reports were pointing towards a combination of moisture and dropping temperatures. When the storm hit us around 5pm with a cold drizzle, it was game on with everything pointing towards our first snow report in the morning. The stor...Continue Reading
We have now launched the Powder Prediction contest for this year. Join in the fun by predicting the first day it will snow on Mt. Werner (also the depth) and you may win a free day snowcatting with us this season.
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There are specific rules to this contest so please review that link above. You will need to email Kent to (email@example.com) join in the fun. Please do as you could win the free day.Continue Reading
We knew today had a chance to be one of the deepest days of our season as all the forecasts were pointing to a ton of moisture coming our way. Luckily the forecasters were right this time and 11-inches was on the stake when we arrived at the cabin around 10:30 am. At 11:30 am, not an hour later, there was 15″ on the snow stake. Say what? It snowed all day long like this off and on. Not only did it snow, it was nuclear type snow, dumping inches per hour at times and just hammering. The orographics were in full force as this low pressure system is sitting and spinning on us, producing powder of epic proportions.Continue Reading