WildSnow Weekend — Happy Easter 2015

Post by WildSnow.com blogger | April 5, 2015      
Marti nearing the top of Marble Peak on Easter weekend.

Marti nearing the top of Marble Peak on Easter weekend.

This Easter weekend we found a few inches of fresh snow on top of our Colorado backcountry corn. What a perfect surprise! Snowpack is still terribly thin and soon we’ll be going up higher to get the goods. So far our mountains glisten with white, free of snirt. We have our fingers crossed that it will stay that way for the next few weeks.

Everyone here at WildSnow.com wishes you a Happy Easter and a delightful spring. Please know we are deeply grateful for your readership and support. Berg heil!

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One Response to “WildSnow Weekend — Happy Easter 2015”

  1. Joe John April 5th, 2015 3:39 pm

    Happy Easter Wildsnowers!

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