It's snowing pretty nicely right now and we are expecting a few inches overnight which should nicely freshen up what are already some pretty sweet conditions. We've been riding a snowy wave of late as we picked up a dusting to 2" last night after we scored a foot plus of new snow from the storm over the weekend! Fortunately for us the recent storm was nice base building snow which was exactly what we needed. On Wednesday you'll be enjoying the skiing on nearly all of MRG's famous terrain with (hopefully) a yet to be determined layer of freshies over packed powder. The best part is that there are hardly any bumps to speak of - ahhhh... a bumpless MRG - truly an early season treat! Our plan is to have both the Single Chair and the Sunnyside Double spinning (starting at 9 AM) with nearly 100% of our legendary main mountain terrain open. Skiers should expect what should be velvety, packed powder skiing surfaces. The base is still fairly thin so we aren't able to do much in the way of grooming but rest assured we will get the cats out on the hill just as soon as we possibly can (who knows maybe tonight if we get enough of the white stuff). Please be aware and ski with care as early season conditions (open water bars, tough transitions and "snow snakes") may be lurking below the new snow. Be sure to stay tuned to the latest from the Single Chair Weather Blog and to the latest snow report for the most up to date scoop!
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