Powder Mountain, UT Report: A Couple Laps of Bluebird Powder Bliss

Martin Kuprianowicz | | Conditions ReportConditions Report

Report from Sunday, March 6, 2022

The six inches of new snow from the night before that Powder Mountain reported sure floated like more.

When we visited Pow Mow on Sunday it was sunny, bluebird, and cold—the ultimate recipe for a lovely powder day. 

We got to the ski area around noon for our lazy Sunday and went straight to the Paradise Chair. 

Bri at Powder Mountain on a lovely bluebird powder day. | Photo courtesy of SnowBrains

Paradise is my own little slice of paradise at Pow Mow—it’s easily my favorite chair at the resort.

It’s got glades, big cliffs, steeps, groomers, and pow stashes—it’s got it all. 

We skied black diamond run Lake View to Hidden Lake Express and the way down was smooth and creamy as we floated down a half-dozen inches of fresh, low-density powder that skied well.

Paradise Chair. | Photo courtesy of SnowBrains

From Hidden Lake Express we went to Timberline and skied Dynamite: a steep tree run that usually holds fresh pow stashes a little longer than the runs around it. 

It skied soft and great as ever.

I popped over a little log and landed in nice, refreshing powder. 

Pow Mow views. | Photo courtesy of SnowBrains

Then we took the lift back up and casually skied back to our car. 

It’s always a good day at Powder Mountain. 

Snow Numbers

Screenshot courtesy of Powder Mountain 3/7/22


Screenshot courtesy of NOAA 3/7/22

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