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The last run isn't for the weak of limb or the faint of heart. It demands we dig deep into ourdepleted reserves and find a skier in there who's willing to face yet another challenge.
It's the product of a convergence of sun, snow and exposure.
Heading for some steep and deep on a socked-in day at Snowbird is bliss. And not just on the hill, mind you.
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Bitter cold invades the eastern United States, while there's little relief for the dryness in Utah and parts of Colorado. Big snows are headed for southern British Columbia and the Cascades.
NO APRIL FOOLS---Tons of snow coming across western Canada,northern Rockies, Pacific Northwest, Cascades and Sierras.
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Big snows may hit the Pacific Northwest and travel to Sun Valley, Jackson Hole and Grand Targhee, while snow is expected to be measured in feet across British Columbia and Alberta in the next 10 days.
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