Snowbird, UT Report: Bluebird and Windy but the Snow Is in Great Shape

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Skiers on Mark Malu Fork at Snowbird framed by Mountain Superior. Credit: Matthew Kidd

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Report from Monday 22nd February and submitted by Matthew Kidd

Monday at Snowbird, UT was a bluebird day with enough thin clouds to keep it interesting. After 100″ in the previous week, and a three-day closure, expectations were high.

It was an exceptionally clear day but very windy on Hidden Peak at the top of the tram.

After the weekend, it was mostly tracked out but the snow is still in great shape in expert areas.

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Mineral Basin lift was busy but Baldy lift was a quick ride. Credit: Matthew Kidd

Semi-crud is developing on sun-kissed aspects. Time to get your edges sharpened!

Mineral Basin was in good shape with long lines for Mineral Basin Express but short lines for Baldy Express.

Little Cloud also had short lines.

Snow Conditions

Today’s conditions. Credit: Snowbird


More snow in the forecast for Snowbird, Ut. Credit: NOAA


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Frosty trees above the road to Provo at Snowbird. Credit: Matthew Kidd
Frosty rock on the Road to Provo at Snowbird. Credit: Matthew Kidd
The Oquirrh Mountains, 27 miles away on the west side of the Salt Lake Valley, were exceptionally clear. Credit: Matthew Kidd
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Mineral Basin at Snowbird viewed from above Claim Jumper. Credit: Matthew Kidd

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