Lyndsey Owens checks out the view from the peak this afternoon
BLUE SKIES and falling snow were on a perfectly rotating schedule last week, hitting Big Sky with multiple bluebird powder days - the ultimate in ski conditions. With comfortable temperatures and calm breezes, the peak was smooth and carvy this afternoon. Lenin was chalky up top and progressively softer towards the bottom, making for spring ski conditions from Upper Sunlight down.
For the best turns this weekend, break out your all-mountain skis and enjoy another gorgeous blue sky weekend. Then get ready for more powder - snow will start falling again on Sunday night and stay steady throughout the week.
Get the skinny on all things snow with the weekly Ski Skinny on The Way I Ski It. It’s a special conditions report with intel on snow quality, where to head on the hill, and expert advice on what to pull from your quiver to get the most out of your day on the slopes. Fatty pow skis or groomer go-tos? Get the skinny here.
Conditions on the peak are carvy and smooth