Writer Henry Druce and PR rep Tom Herbst, visiting from the UK, with local media guide Tim Mutrie.
Outdoor seating at the Sundeck after days of dumping fresh snow. Blaire Kribs photo.
Benny P, Natalie Bergman and Sancho at Shlomo's.
Aspen Powder Tours snowcat driver Lauren Cockrell representing with pride on International Women's Day.
Mother/daughter duo Jerry Vest and Tucker Vest Burton after the Aspen Mountain ski parade on International Women's Day. Courtesy photo.
Remy Selby taste tests snowflakes on a snow day from school.
Friends on a powder day and every day - Emily Sedgwick and Greg McFadden.
A half-dozen Aussies after a snowy outing with Aspen Mountain Powder Tours.
Aspen Mountain Powder Tours guide Debbie Kelly in the field on an especially deep day of skiing.
Ian Douglas gets after it.
David Hatoff of Vermont knee deep in snow in Highland Bowl. Steve Goff photo.
Quinn Shean, Tara Seracka and Page Crahan get started early on apres.
With more than 5 feet of new snow in seven days last week and the mountains continuing to be showered with powder, it’s been a winter of historic proportions. Snowmageddon, Snowpocalypse, Snowzilla — whatever you’d like to call it, it’s been a bountiful storm cycle with school cancellations and hall passes issued from multiple employers for powder days. Let it snow!
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