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Whaleback Mountain: Thursday, March 1, 2018
Submitted on March 1, 2018 by rocket21 (748 Rating748)
Session SessionNight
Lift Ticket Ticket TypeRetail Price
Lift Lines Lift Lines0 minutes
Snow Trail Conditions60% open; Spring Snow, Variable Conditions
Glades GladesToast
Moguls MogulsOn the side of Lower Face
Terrain Park Terrain Park(s)Walk up park in front of the lodge and a few features on Blubber.
Run of the Day Run of the DayDorsal
Food and Beverage Food and BeverageWeb site stated the food court closes at 6, so I had picked up a sandwich elsewhere.
Comments CommentsA majority of the night skiing terrain was open, but it's a much smaller percentage in the daytime (as all day-only trails are toast). Initially three ways off the double, combining into one half way down. Three short trails off the T-Bar.

The initial access off the double to the trails is getting narrow and thin. There are a couple of piles remaining, it's going quickly.

Upper Ambergris is getting tired with some dirt and ice. Dorsal was okay. Upper Spout had a bare spot breaking through, however Lower Spout was wall to wall (unfortunately with a race course jutting halfway out).

Scrimshaw and the trails above it were all closed with very little snow remaining.

Upper Face was closed and the entrance is starting to melt out. The trail could be rescued with some cat work, but it doesn't seem likely. At least four lights out as well.

Lower Face from the T-Bar was close to wall to wall, but no takers apart from the occasional mogul skier. The trails off the T-Bar are very short and the T-Bar is very slow. Blubber and Lower Ivory Run had plenty of snow, but likewise no skiers tonight.

Overall, conditions were decent, especially considering the weather we've had.
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