On the Hill: A mellow morning on Snowmass, but the hordes are gathering! | AspenTimes.com

On the Hill: A mellow morning on Snowmass, but the hordes are gathering!

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Aspen official report: 0 fresh inches

Aspen Times field report: Snowmass skied very firm and fast early Thursday morning. It was cold, but the expected warm temps should turn the snow a little softer in the sunny spots.

Liftline status: No liftlines and solo buckets on the Elk Camp side early, but that seemed to be changing as the day went on. The Village Express was inundated by 10am.

Breakdown: Blue sky ski day? OK! With tons of ski school lesson groups rambling around, it is a good plan to get up top on Snowmass and lap the fringes.

Snowcast: There’s nothing in NOAA’s forecast for the rest of this week.

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