The weather was perfect in early March when I spent a weekend here. It was the same weekend that Texas spring break began but it never got to crowded though the southern trails (lifts 6 &8) were more conjested than the northern most (lifts 4 & 7). This late in the season and with mid 60's I expected to find all pack and no powder, I was wrong. Though the long straight main runs were fairly well packed and even icey the diversity of the terrain allowed me to find the glades and more extreme trains that were powdery fresh. Odviously the snow conditions will constantly change, but I believe that the size of the mountain and availability of hiking to remote spots will make this a great spot for all but the most beginning skiers.
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