That's right, 19 inches of total natural snowfall this season with no snow in sight. Two years ago we had 45 inches, 77 last year, then 19 of the sorriest, wettest snow on earth this year. Compare this to the roughly 150 inches we receive on average. Granted, Mountain High has snowmaking on basically the entire hill, but even that has been limited to a few days this year. Even during below average snow years it's been cold enough to lay down feet of man-made snow that took us well into April. This year has been spring-like all year, and closing day will likely come this month.
I am just curious have have any of you had a worse winter than Mountain High this year or in years prior? I know Mammoth and Tahoe were both pretty sparse until the recent arrival of the Pineapple Express.
Admittedly, this is a first world problem. I am blessed to ski when I can and I've had a smile on my face every day on the hill. Props to the park crew for having a bitchin park top to bottom the whole year.