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Big Powderhorn Mountain – February in Big Snow Country

February Skiing at Big Powderhorn Mountain …
February tends to be one of the best months of the winter – the days are getting longer and the sun is a bit stronger. The great part is that we still get plenty of fresh snow to keep a nice snow surface. We just finished with another round of snowmaking to get a few more features going in our terrain parks and to get some reserves built-up for this spring. Easter is coming early this year – it should be a great time!

Feb. 02 – A nice crowd formed early for our Country Kicker / Mardi Gras weekend.

Feb. 03 – The sun came out on Sunday and made it a great day.

Feb. 06 – We fired up the snow guns to touch-up the terrain parks and build some spring snow reserves.

Feb. 11 – The morning sun makes Alpen trail shine.

Feb. 11 – Looking down Smoke after some fresh snowfall.

Feb. 11 – Getting ready to ski down Tamarou while checking out the Copper Peak ski jump in the background.

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Crystal Mountain – Photos – January 24, 2008

These are recent photographs from Crystal Mountain. Click on a photo to enlarge it.

Cottages at Water’s Edge are a short walk from the slopes. Photo taken 1.24.08. Plunge into the powder on Gorge! Photo taken 1.24.08.
Take a whirl on Crystal’s ice rink. Photo taken 1.24.08. The beauty of the great white north. Photo taken 1.24.08.
Welcome to our winter wonderland! Photo taken 1.24.08.
A carpet tow gently transports skiers and boarders to the top to Totem Park.
Photo taken 1.16.08.

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Crystal Mountain – January 21, 2008

A quick trip up the magic carpet for a snowboard lesson from a Crystal Pro.

It’s the perfect time to come to your mountain, Crystal Mountain. Powder Conditions! 8+ inches of snow in the last three days with 1-2″ expected today.

Midseason unlimited season pass price rollback begins Jan. 21.

Celebrate National Safety Awareness Week, Jan. 19-25
Know Your Responsibility Code – #3 – You must not stop where you obstruct a trail, or are not visible from above.

See below for open slopes, lift rates and hours.

For upcoming events check out our Winter Events Calendar.

NEW! CMTV – View our Web Cam, Videos & Photos
See for yourself all the snow on the mountain!

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