Thought you might like to see how much snow is left at the end of March. We have about three feet of snow left...break-up won't be fun but in the meantime, skiing is great and we are looking forward to the crust skiing through the woods and on lakes and rivers.
Our final Wilderness First Responder re-certification class is going on this weekend and some custom climbs begin next week. The season has begun!
We update the AMS blog whenever we hear from guides and instructors reporting from the field. Some staff call in more frequently than others. No news is good news and indicates all is going according to plan. We will do our best to keep those who want to be up to date, up to date.
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