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SnoCountry Reports Latest Skiing Conditions Information

SnoCountry Reports Latest Skiing Conditions Information

LEBANON, N.H., April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Latest Skiing Conditions Information as Supplied By SnoCountry Mountain Reports. (Copyright: SnoCountry Worldwide) As of Thursday, Apr 7 2005, 6:30:26 PM EST. Snow conditions for resorts nationwide are available online through PR Newswire on CompuServe. To access, merely type, GO ENS (Executive News Service). From there you access PR Newswire which carries the full national report from SnoCountry Reports each day.

SNOW CONDITION DEFINITIONS & TERMS

This glossary of terms is used by all ski areas when they report to SCR. The code allows for communication with skiers in a universal language.

NOTE: The standard abbreviations next to each definition reflect the way ski reports are communicated in print (newspapers).

New Snow: Natural snowfall which has fallen in the past 24 hours or continuously for more than one day. An average accumulation from summit to base is reported.

Average Base Depth: An average of the high and low amounts of snow over the entire ski area. Machine made and natural snow amounts are combined.

Primary Surface Condition: The type of snow condition which covers at least 70 percent of the terrain open to skiers.

Secondary Surface Condition: The next most prevalent snow conditions, covering at least 20% of the skiing terrain open to skiers.

Powder-PDR: Cold, new, loose, fluffy, flaky and dry snow which has not been compacted.

Packed Powder-PP: Powder snow, either natural or machine made, that has been packed down by skier traffic or grooming machines. The snow is no longer fluffy, but is not so extremely compacted that it is hard.

Hard Pack-HP: When natural or machine made snow becomes very firmly packed. The snow has never melted and re-crystallized, but it's been tightly compressed through grooming and continuous wind exposure. You can plant a pole in hard packed snow, but it takes more effort than packed powder.

Machine Groomed Snow-MGS: Loose granular snow that has been repeatedly groomed by power tillers so that the texture is halfway between LSGR & PP. Some of the snow is granular & has been so pulverized that the crystals are like powder sugar. It's neither LSGR or PP.

Wet Snow-WETSN: Powder or packed powder snow that has become moist due to a thaw or rainfall, or snow which was moist when it fell.

Wet packed Snow-WPS: Natural or machine made snow that has been previously packed and becomes wet usually because of rainfall.

Loose Granular-LSGR: This surface results after powder or packed powder thaws, then refreezes and recrystalizes, or from an accumulation of sleet. This is also created by machine grooming of frozen or icy snow.

Frozen Granular-FRGR: This is undoubtedly the most misunderstood surface condition in ski reporting. It is defined as a hard surface of old snow formed by granules freezing together after rain or warm temperatures. Frozen granular will support a ski pole stuck into its surface while ice will chip away and not support a pole.

Wet Granular-WETGR: Loose or frozen granular snow which becomes wet after rainfall or high temperatures.

Icy-ICE: Not to be confused with frozen granular, ice is a hard, glazed surface created either by freezing rain, ground water seeping up into the snow and freezing or by the rapid freezing of snow saturated with water from rain or melting. Ice will chip away and not support a ski pole when stuck into it.

Variable Conditions-VC: When no primary surface (70%) can be determined, variable conditions describe a range of surfaces that a skier may encounter. Parts of trails can be Loose Granular, partly Packed Powder, and parts Frozen Granular, for example.

Corn Snow-CORN: Usually found in the spring, Corn Snow is characterized by large, loose granules during the day, which freeze together at night, then warm up again and loosen during the day.

Spring Conditions-SC: This is the spring version of Variable Conditions. It is used when no one surface can describe 70% or more of the terrain open for skiers.

Windblown Snow-WBLN: Powder or granular snow which has been blown by wind into forming a base.

Alpine Skiing/Riding conditions are subject to change due to weather, skier traffic and other factors. Be aware of changing conditions.

NORTHEAST CONNECTICUT Woodbury - No Report 03/07, Last report 03/04 MAINE Mt Abram - Thu 3:35p spring snow 20 - 40 base 44 trails, 100% open, 5 lifts Saddleback - Wed 10:00p spring snow machine groomed 26 - 56 base 50 trails, 132 acres, 100% open, 5 lifts Sugarloaf/USA - Thu 3:00p corn snow machine groomed 38 - 76 base 125 trails, 53 miles, 621 acres, 94% open, 6 lifts Sunday River - Thu 2:30p spring snow machine groomed 36 - 72 base 110 trails, 43 miles, 596 acres, 90% open, 9 lifts MASSACHUSETTS Jiminy Peak - Thu Reopen 04/09-10; Apr 10: last day of operations 3:30p spring snow machine groomed 10 - 25 base 26 trails, 8 miles, 120 acres, 60% open, 3 lifts Ski Butternut - Thu 8:00a spring snow machine groomed 12 - 36 base 18 trails, 14 miles, 100 acres, 90% open, 3 lifts Wachusett Mountain - Reopen Apr 10; Apr 10: Last day of operations NEW HAMPSHIRE Bretton Woods - Thu 3:30p loose granular machine groomed 12 - 60 base 63 trails, 22 miles, 347 acres, 80% open, 4 lifts Cannon Mountain - Thu 2:00p wet granular machine groomed 18 - 40 base 35 trails, 50% open, 3 lifts Loon Mountain - Thu 4:16p spring snow machine groomed 25 - 44 base 41 trails, 82% open, 4 lifts Mount Sunapee - Thu 4:35p spring snow machine groomed 14 - 42 base 33 trails, 50% open, 3 lifts Waterville Valley - Thu 4:15p spring snow machine groomed 6 - 36 base 41 trails, 85% open, 4 lifts Wildcat - Thu 4:00p spring snow machine groomed 24 - 60 base 46 trails, 100% open, 3 lifts NEW YORK Belleayre - Thu 7:12a spring snow machine groomed 15 - 50 base 32 trails, 78% open, 6 lifts Gore Mountain - Reopen 04/09-10 w/ 37 trails, 4 lifts Greek Peak - Reopen 04/09-10 8:30a-5p w/ lifts 1A, 3, and 6 - 10 trails Holiday Valley - Thu 4:30p spring snow machine groomed 20 - 50 base 10 trails, 19% open, 1 lift HoliMont - Open Apr 09-10; Apr 10: Last day of operations Hunter Mountain - Thu 3:45p spring snow 12 - 80 base 40 trails, 90% open, 4 lifts Plattekill - Reopen 04/09-10 (weather permitting) Song Mountain - Reopen 04/09-10 Whiteface - Thu 1:10p spring snow machine groomed 18 - 35 base 41 trails, 12 miles, 153 acres, 67% open, 4 lifts VERMONT Ascutney Mountain - Thu 8:00a spring snow machine groomed 27 - 39 base 21 trails, 38% open, 2 lifts Jay Peak - Thu 3:45p spring snow 12 - 48 base 74 trails, 97% open, 5 lifts Killington - Thu 3:00p loose granular machine groomed 40 - 61 base 114 trails, 53 miles, 57% open, 11 lifts Mad River Glen - Thu 4:30p spring snow 10 - 22 base 26 trails, 55% open, 1 lift Mt Snow Haystack - Thu 2:17p spring snow machine groomed 20 - 30 base 48 trails, 20 miles, 290 acres, 46% open, 4 lifts Okemo Mountain - Thu 2:10p loose granular machine groomed 32 - 46 base 94 trails, 37 miles, 535 acres, 85% open, 7 lifts Smugglers' Notch - Thu 4:37p wet granular machine groomed 18 - 40 base 21 trails, 27% open, 1 lift Stowe - Thu 6:15a spring snow machine groomed 45 - 55 base 42 trails, 32 miles, 88% open, 7 lifts Stratton Mountain - Thu 6:45a spring snow machine groomed 40 - 50 base 65 trails, 24 miles, 388 acres, 70% open, 4 lifts Sugarbush - Thu 6:50a spring snow 18 - 48 base 87 trails, 39 miles, 82% open, 8 lifts SOUTHEAST WEST VIRGINIA Snowshoe Mountain - Thu 3:35a spring snow 34 - 54 base 31 trails, 54% open, 4 lifts MIDWEST MICHIGAN Boyne Mountain - Thu 4:20p spring snow 24 - 40 base 23 trails, 34% open, 3 lifts Marquette - Reopen 04/09; w/2 lifts, 7 trails Nub's Nob - Thu 6:00p spring snow 8 - 60 base 29 trails, 59% open, 4 lifts Pine Mountain - Reopen 04/09-10, Apr 10: Last day of operations Ski Brule - Thu 3:35p spring snow machine groomed 12 - 48 base 5 trails, 29% open, 2 lifts MINNESOTA Lutsen Mountain - Thu 9:17a spring snow 30 - 50 base 52 trails, 65% open, 7 lifts WISCONSIN Tyrol Basin - Reopen 04/16-17 for spring jam ROCKIES COLORADO Arapahoe Basin - Thu 5:51a packed powder machine groomed 56 - 56 base 64 trails, 490 acres, 100% open, 6 lifts Aspen Mountain - Thu 5:00a spring snow 58 - 62 base 76 trails, 673 acres, 100% open, 6 lifts Beaver Creek - Thu 6:00a spring snow 70 - 80 base 146 trails, 1625 acres, 100% open, 10 lifts Breckenridge - Thu 6:00a spring snow 54 - 77 base 146 trails, 2200 acres, 100% open, 23 lifts Copper Mountain - Thu 4:45a packed powder machine groomed 68 - 75 base 119 trails, 2295 acres, 93% open, 14 lifts Crested Butte - Thu 5:30a spring snow 59 - 73 base 109 trails, 97% open, 10 lifts Eldora - Thu 7:45a packed powder machine groomed 60 - 60 base 53 trails, 680 acres, 100% open, 8 lifts Keystone - Thu 6:00a spring snow 47 - 56 base 100 trails, 2665 acres, 93% open, 11 lifts Loveland - Thu 6:00a packed powder machine groomed 66 - 66 base 71 trails, 91% open, 6 lifts Silverton Mountain - Open Sat/Sun Snowmass - Thu 5:30a spring snow 62 - 87 base 87 trails, 3100 acres, 100% open, 18 lifts Steamboat - Thu 8:18a packed powder machine groomed 65 - 92 base 164 trails, 2965 acres, 100% open, 14 lifts Sunlight - Reopen 04/09-10; Apr 10: last day of operations Vail - Thu 6:00a spring snow 56 - 81 base 193 trails, 5289 acres, 100% open, 34 lifts Winter Park - Thu 5:45a packed powder machine groomed 74 - 89 base 107 trails, 1876 acres, 90% open, 15 lifts Wolf Creek - Reopen 04/16 and 04/30 MONTANA Big Sky - Thu 5:17a packed powder machine groomed 50 - 80 base 150 trails, 100% open, 15 lifts Blacktail Mountain - Open Sat/Sun Bridger Bowl - Closed for Snow Sports Great Divide - Reopen 04/09, weather and conditions permitting Moonlight Basin - Thu 6:50a spring snow machine groomed 35 - 70 base 76 trails, 100% open, 5 lifts Red Lodge - Thu 6:00a wet granular machine groomed 26 - 56 base 69 trails, 95% open, 7 lifts NEW MEXICO Pajarito - Thu 6a nmsr packed powder machine groomed 71 - 71 base 40 trails, 100% open, 5 lifts Sipapu - Sun Open Sat/Sun 7a nmsr packed powder machine groomed 48 - 59 base 33 trails, 100% open, 4 lifts Ski Santa Fe - Thu 6a nmsr spring snow 134 - 134 base 56 trails, 100% open, 5 lifts Taos - Thu 6:28a packed powder machine groomed 95 - 115 base 102 trails, 94% open, 3 lifts UTAH Alta - Thu 5:00a packed powder machine groomed 183 - 183 base 115 trails, 25 miles, 2200 acres, 100% open, 12 lifts Brian Head - Thu 6:15a packed powder machine groomed 114 - 144 base 53 trails, 100% open, 8 lifts Brighton - Thu 5:36a packed powder machine groomed 174 - 174 base 66 trails, 26 miles, 1050 acres, 100% open, 6 lifts Deer Valley - Thu 6:00a spring snow machine groomed 142 - 142 base 90 trails, 100% open, 21 lifts Park City - Thu 5:15a packed powder machine groomed 107 - 141 base 100 trails, 100% open, 13 lifts Powder Mountain - Thu 6a usr spring snow 107 - 107 base 85 trails, 100% open, 7 lifts Snowbasin - Thu 6:30a spring snow 150 - 180 base 53 trails, 100% open, 11 lifts Snowbird - Thu 4:30a spring snow 186 - 186 base 85 trails, 100% open, 9 lifts Solitude - Thu 7:15a packed powder machine groomed 180 - 184 base 64 trails, 100% open, 8 lifts The Canyons - Thu 6:30a packed powder machine groomed 116 - 136 base 93 trails, 64% open, 11 lifts WYOMING Grand Targhee - Thu 8:15a spring snow 92 - 92 base 64 trails, 100% open, 5 lifts White Pine - Thu 5:42a packed powder machine groomed 65 - 65 base 25 trails, 100% open, 2 lifts PACIFIC SOUTH ARIZONA Arizona Snowbowl - Thu 6:23a spring snow machine groomed 76 - 131 base 31 trails, 95% open, 3 lifts CALIFORNIA Alpine Meadows - Thu 6:40a packed powder machine groomed 140 - 218 base 100 trails, 100% open, 12 lifts Bear Mountain - Thu 5:30a hard packed machine groomed 24 - 48 base 31 trails, 17 miles, 198 acres, 26% open, 4 lifts Bear Valley - Thu 6:15a packed powder machine groomed 114 - 165 base 67 trails, 100% open, 8 lifts Boreal - Thu 6:40a packed powder machine groomed 140 - 218 base 26 trails, 70% open, 3 lifts Dodge Ridge - Thu 6:30a spring snow 100 - 153 base 59 trails, 100% open, 6 lifts Heavenly - Thu 6:00a powder machine groomed 96 - 144 base 55% open, 25 lifts Homewood - Thu 7:00a packed powder machine groomed 82 - 141 base 59 trails, 100% open, 5 lifts June - Thu 12:55p packed powder machine groomed 132 - 156 base 50 trails, 100% open, 6 lifts Mammoth - Thu 1:00p packed powder machine groomed 180 - 204 base 50 trails, 95% open, 22 lifts Mountain High - Thu 7:00a frozen granular machine groomed 24 - 48 base 29 trails, 50% open, 7 lifts Mt Baldy - Thu 5:45a spring snow machine groomed 60 - 120 base 22 trails, 100% open, 4 lifts Mt Shasta - Thu 6:00a spring snow machine groomed 64 - 96 base 24 trails, 75% open, 3 lifts Northstar at Tahoe - Thu 6:46a packed powder machine groomed 76 - 150 base 72 trails, 100% open, 14 lifts Royal Gorge - Thu 9:00a wet snow machine groomed 180 - 204 base 68 trails, 160 miles, 8000 acres, 100% open, Sierra at Tahoe - Thu 7:32a packed powder machine groomed 106 - 213 base 43 trails, 93% open, 7 lifts Sierra Summit - Thu 5:30a t spring snow 72 - 120 base 45 trails, 100% open, 7 lifts Snow Summit - Thu 5:30a hard packed machine groomed 24 - 48 base 30 trails, 18 miles, 240 acres, 100% open, 7 lifts Snow Valley - Wed 10:30p hard packed 24 - 66 base 30 trails, 100% open, 5 lifts Soda Springs - Thu 6:45a packed powder machine groomed 140 - 218 base 5 trails, 70% open, 3 lifts Squaw Valley USA - Thu 5:45a packed powder machine groomed 70 - 186 base 177 trails, 4000 acres, 100% open, 17 lifts Sugar Bowl - Thu 6:06a wet snow machine groomed 132 - 168 base 54 trails, 64% open, 4 lifts Tahoe Donner - Thu 7:00a w packed powder machine groomed 85 - 85 base 2 trails, 14% open, 2 lifts NEVADA Diamond Peak - Wed 7:23p packed powder machine groomed 95 - 131 base 31 trails, 100% open, 4 lifts Las Vegas Ski - Thu 6:50a spring snow machine groomed 125 - 125 base 5 trails, 50% open, 2 lifts Mt Rose - Thu 3:11a w packed powder machine groomed 72 - 156 base 60 trails, 100% open, 5 lifts PACIFIC NORTH IDAHO Bogus Basin - Thu 6:04a spring snow 49 - 60 base 25 trails, 60% open, 4 lifts Brundage - Thu 5:00a packed powder machine groomed 46 - 93 base 43 trails, 1300 acres, 100% open, 4 lifts Lookout Pass - Open Fri-Sun Schweitzer Mountain - Open Sat/Sun Silver Mountain - Thu Open Fri-Sun 6:15a spring snow 36 - 80 base 60 trails, 90% open, 6 lifts Sun Valley - Thu 5:30a spring snow machine groomed 39 - 66 base 75 trails, 85% open, 9 lifts Tamarack - Thu 6:20a spring snow machine groomed 24 - 77 base 13 trails, 65% open, 4 lifts OREGON Anthony Lakes - Sun Open Sat/Sun 5:00a packed powder machine groomed 58 - 68 base 100% open, 2 lifts Mt Ashland - Thu 5:00a spring snow 69 - 110 base 23 trails, 100% open, 4 lifts Mt Bachelor - Thu 4:00a packed powder machine groomed 74 - 88 base 71 trails, 100% open, 10 lifts Mt Hood Meadows - Thu 5:13a packed powder machine groomed 52 - 71 base 61% open, 4 lifts Timberline - Thu 7:50a w spring snow 75 - 75 base 56% open, 4 lifts WASHINGTON Crystal Mountain - Thu 8:00a packed powder machine groomed 30 - 66 base 45 trails, 90% open, 6 lifts Mt Baker - Thu 5:30a packed powder machine groomed 88 - 105 base 100% open, 5 lifts Stevens Pass - Thu Open Fri-Sun 9:03a packed powder machine groomed 44 - 61 base 75% open, 4 lifts Summit West at Snoqualmie - Open Sat/Sun; w/ 3 lifts, 12 trails White Pass - Thu 5:30a packed powder machine groomed 18 - 73 base 30 trails, 94% open, 4 lifts CANADA BRITISH COLUMBIA Big White - Thu 5:00a spring snow 93 - 94 base 111 trails, 94% open, 15 lifts Cypress Mountain - No Report 04/07 Fernie Alpine - Thu 4:00a spring snow 98 - 102 base 102 trails, 95% open, 10 lifts Kicking Horse - Thu 4:00a packed powder machine groomed 71 - 71 base 105 trails, 95% open, 5 lifts Mt Washington Resort - Reopen for 04/08-10 only w/ most Alpine and Nordic terrain, conditions permitting Panorama Mountain - Thu 1:42p spring snow 2 - 50 base 65 trails, 54% open, 9 lifts Powder King - Wed 10:30p spring snow 72 - 178 base 24 trails, 100% open, 2 lifts Silver Star - Thu 5:00a spring snow 79 - 79 base 88 trails, 87% open, 10 lifts Sun Peaks - Thu 6:30a spring snow 60 - 60 base 91 trails, 78% open, 9 lifts Whistler/Blackcomb - Thu 6:19a 1 new packed powder machine groomed 77 - 94 base 170 trails, 85% open, 20 lifts QUEBEC Le Massif - Thu 4:01p 2 new spring snow machine groomed 42 trails, 100% open, 3 lifts Mont Belu - Sat Open Sat/Sun 6p qsr spring snow 7 trails, 70% open, 1 lift Mont Blanc - Reopen 04/09-10 Mont Habitant - Reopen 04/09-10, Apr 10: Last day of operations Mont Sainte-Anne - Thu 7:55a spring snow 12 - 35 base 60 trails, 95% open, 3 lifts Mont Sutton - Thu 5:00a spring snow 15 - 45 base 47 trails, 89% open, 4 lifts Owl's Head - Thu 12:00a variable 12 - 24 base 27 trails, 65% open, 3 lifts Ski Bromont - Wed 11:16p spring snow 5 - 13 base 18 trails, 12 miles, 40% open, 2 lifts Tremblant - Thu 5:45a spring snow machine groomed 33 - 37 base 57 trails, 61% open, 9 lifts Val D'Irene - Thu Reopen 04/09-10 6:45a variable 39 - 39 base 26 trails, 100% open, 4 lifts ONTARIO Blue Mountain - Thu 8:47a wet packed snow 14 - 20 base 10 trails, 20% open, 3 lifts ALBERTA Lake Louise - Thu 6:12a packed powder machine groomed 70 - 75 base 111 trails, 98% open, 10 lifts Marmot Basin - Thu 8:00a spring snow machine groomed 51 - 58 base 84 trails, 100% open, 9 lifts Nakiska Ski Area - Thu 5a alb spring snow 20 - 54 base 28 trails, 100% open, 4 lifts Ski Banff @ Norquay - Thu 5a alb spring snow 34 - 66 base 26 trails, 93% open, 5 lifts Sunshine Village - Thu 6:00a packed powder machine groomed 87 - 87 base 107 trails, 100% open, 12 lifts ALASKA ALASKA Alpenglow/Anchorage Ski Club - Open Sat/Sun Alyeska Resort - Thu 8:00a 22 new powder machine groomed 22 - 184 base 85 trails, 85% open, 6 lifts Eaglecrest - Open Sat/Sun; Apr 10: Last day of operations *****

PR NEWSWIRE (Lebanon, NH) Latest Cross Country Skiing Conditions Information as Supplied By SnoCountry Mountain Reports. (Copyright: SnoCountry Worldwide) As of Thursday, Apr 7 2005, 6:30:27 PM EST

Alpine Skiing/Riding conditions are subject to change due to weather, skier traffic and other factors. Be aware of changing conditions.

NORTHEAST VERMONT Hazen's Notch XC Fri 7:45a wet granular grmg10--16 base 31 trails, 70 km, ROCKIES UTAH Alta XC Thu 5:00a packed powder grmg183--186 base 10 km, PACIFIC SOUTH CALIFORNIA Bear Valley XC Thu 8:30a powder grmg84--108 base 33 trails, 61 km, Kirkwood XC Wed 3:37p wet granular 3--10 base 15 trails, 65 km, Royal Gorge XC Thu 9:12a wet snow grmg180--204 base 68 trails, 234 km, PACIFIC NORTH IDAHO North Valley XC Wed 7:00a packed powder grmg26--28 base 52 trails, 100 km, CANADA BRITISH COLUMBIA Silver Star XC Thu 7:20a spring snow 79--79 base 28 trails, 42 km, Sovereign Lake XC Thu 8:00a packed powder grmg24--24 base 16 trails, 46 km, QUEBEC Camp Mercier XC Thu 5:00p 3-newWETSN grmg26--37 base 79 km, Gaspesie National Park XC Thu 8:28a wet snow 31--55 base 64 km, Mont Sainte Anne XC Reopen 04/09-10 Gatineau Park XC Wed 9:00a icy grmg6--10 base 23 km,

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