• Sunrise Staffer

Snow Report 1-17

1:38pm Update


A quickie update for you. Minutes after I posted the snow report this morning, due to high winds the power and internet was lost in our area, and cell service went to zero bars. Under better circumstances we could have got the word out to staff nearby to post the conditions. But being unable to call, and snowed in my driveway the delay was unanticipated.


Once out of the driveway and updated at the resort, I high tailed it to nearby Pinetop to get internet access, and here I am. Upon booting the laptop I have learned that power was restored awhile ago and operations are on.


Lift I (Sunrise) is running and the Snow Cat Shuttle is picking up folks at Cyclone Base for the rest of today, no Snow Cat Pass necessary.


Thank you for your patience and understanding as Team Sunrise worked as quickly as possible to restore power and utilities.



28° F with 5"of new snow to report this morning, yippee! Where the snow tapered off overnight the wind kicked in, so be sure to bring your goggles and neck gators to protect your smiling face!


Our expert groomers were takin' care of business while you were sleeping, and you will find some velvety trails as follows:


SUNRISE

Bunny Hill, Pinedale, Fairway, Lodge View, Jackson's Alley, Upper Spruce, Loafer, No Name


APACHE

Apache Drum, Wickieup, Red Valley, Midway Alley


CYCLONE

Trails groomed by Snow Cat Shuttles, variable.


Note that UNMARKED OBSTACLES MAY EXIST.


Get a heads up on road conditions at AZ511.com. And for a real time view of Sunrise check out our live webcam.


Get Ready for the Yeti! Rail Jam, that is! Over $1,500 in cash and prizes will be awarded the winners - not bad for just a $20 entry fee (pre-registered, $25 day of event). All contestants will be entered to win a brand new snowboard in our raffle.Thanks to Sunrise's rail jam sponsors: Pepsi, Salomon, US Foods, Action Ride Shop, The Den, Desert Snow Connection, Johnny D's for your generous support of the Sunrise Rail Jam Series.




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