Pacific Northwest Ski blog (and a few other places!)

Lots or reports from skiing around the Pacific Northwest, with some East Coast excursions thrown in for good measure

Fine early march skiing at Seven Springs

Last time I was at Seven Springs in mid February the temperatures with windchill were in the -30Fs, and I even got some frostbite on my neck. This time, Pittsburgh’s Arctic weather had just passed over, delivering lots of new snow and excellent coverage all across the hill. And it was 40F at the base, with luckily a stiff north wind keeping the snow from rapidly getting too slushy.

It wasn’t hard to have a really fun ski day. Good quality snow, light crowds apart from some small lines at the Gunnar lift, and beautiful weather – probably about as good as it gets at Seven Springs šŸ˜‰

Sunday: 6600m vert

Season totals: 39 days, 308,600m vert, 12 powder days

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