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    Powder Mountain - Zero crowds and always fresh powder

    Up around O-Town and Weber / Davis, Snowbasin seems to be the popular place to go. That's fine, less people at Powder Mountain. The road kind of sucks to drive up sometimes, but I figure that filters out more people.

    Had a fantastic day yesterday with a coworker, very few people, fresh powder.

    Going through these trees is one of my favorite thing to do up there, the spacing is just right.


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    This is a common sight at Snowbasin

    You can see the line at the bottom from the top of the hill

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    What’s cool about Powder Mountain is that they set a limit to 2000 for the number of skiers/day.

    That definitely thins out the crowds


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    Quote Originally Posted by jman View Post
    What’s cool about Powder Mountain is that they set a limit to 2000 for the number of skiers/day.

    That definitely thins out the crowds


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    Not to mention severely limiting season passes.

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    A video I edited a few days ago, I also went up again yesterday.



    3:30 in the afternoon and the slopes can still look like this:


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