It was a busy weekend culminating with Ty’s first communion and the ensuing party today, but once things had wound down by the afternoon, I had a chance to head up to the mountain and make some turns. There was fresh snow on April 23rd, but the snowpack has certainly crept upward in elevation since April 17th, which was the last sunny day I was out on the mountain. At that point the first signs of natural snow appeared at around 900’, but today the natural snow didn’t appear until roughly 1,750’. Timberline had just a couple patches of snow remaining, but up at the main base the snowpack was quite substantial. There is continuous snow coverage on Sherman’s Pass to Beech Seal, and possibly other routes as well, and I caught a sunset run through the corn to finish off the amazing sunny weekend that we were given. For more details and pictures, click through to my Bolton Valley trip report from May 1st, 2011.