Arizona Snowbowl Ski Resort Abandoned (in Arizona, but it was probably assumed), now they can open up the famous terrain.
“As of today, the Upper Bowl is open because this storm has reliably delivered supplies,” Snow Bowl officials announced in an Instagram post yesterday.
The storm is not just big; proper snow day.
A multi-day storm caused massive road closures in Flagstaff, Arizona, and while news reporters didn't seem too excited about the heavy snowfall, skiers certainly were.
While skiers gleefully watch the snow pile up, check out the news to see how Arizonans are battling the snow.
Arizona Snowbowl reported 5 feet of snow fell on the mountain last week and said, “Thanks to our hard-working ski patrol team, the Upper Bowl is open for the first time this season!”
The Upper Bowl is a popular adventure for Arizona skiers, who can also hike to higher elevations. Check out a skier's POV footage of her trekking and skiing below.
Even better, the 55/55 trail is now open at a ski resort in Arizona. Snowbowl officials wrote that guests will “enjoy a top-to-bottom run, incredible conditions, and stunning views.”
“The Upper Bowl terrain will be evaluated daily and closures may occur depending on weather conditions.”
The update is AZSB Twitter page has been updated.
Arizona Snowbowl stats/information:
vertical: 2,800 feet
Skiable terrain: 777AC.
Average snowfall: 260 inches
Making snow: yes
Night skiing: no
Megapass: power pass
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