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11 Dec, Copper Mountain, CO

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We covered much of the open mountain (estimate about half) on Saturday after the mountain received nearly three feet of new snow in the past week. The conditions are mostly midwinter, with only a few wind-scoured areas having thin spots. The ungroomed runs ranged from crud to loose bumps, and the groomers were quite nice. The snow was "hero snow", allowing for deep carving arcs.

Interestingly, we did find some sugar snow off the Sierra chair (which opened for the first time Saturday--but none of the terrain under the chair was open).
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