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Whaleback Mountain: Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Submitted on March 12, 2019 by rocket21 (748 Rating748)
Session SessionNight
Lift Ticket Ticket TypeDiscount from Ski Area
Lift Lines Lift Lines0 minutes
Snow Trail Conditions95% open; Packed Powder, Packed Powder
Glades GladesBelly Up had decent coverage. YOOYM was closed. The Barnacles was crusty up top and very thin at the steeps.
Moguls MogulsJonah, Upper Face, Jawbone, Blowhole
Terrain Park Terrain Park(s)Scrimshaw, front of lodge, and Blubber.
Run of the Day Run of the DayJawbone
Food and Beverage Food and BeverageDid not partake.
Comments CommentsNice late afternoon/early evening at Whaleback. Took advantage of the $20 last two hour ticket. Light crowds, but not bad for Whaleback standards. Temperatures just above freezing, late afternoon sunlight, light breeze.

The man made trails were all groomed out and skiing well. Still some corduroy to be found at closing.

Of the natural trails, only Fluke and Davey Jones Locker were closed.

Ivory Run was groomed and skied well with only two tiny thin patches. Flipper and Whitetail were groomed with good natural coverage.

Did not make it onto Blow Hole, as the rope was pulled (likely just for sweep) literally a few seconds before we were hopping onto it. Lower remained open and had good coverage with bumps. Jonah's and Jawbone were both bumps with decent coverage and not too many rocks/bare spots.

I hope we get another snow storm before the night skiing season is over; Whaleback really shines when the days are long and the snow is abundant. There's a lot more to this mountain than is visible from the road.
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