Flying into Denver on Jan 25th. Original plan was to hit Silverton (Or Cat Skiing), Teluride, Wolf Creek, Crested Butte (or combination of those based on snow conditions.) Typically spend half of one of the travel days on snowmobiles. This years plan was to do 2-3 days of epic skiing (Silverton or Cats.)
Wolf Creek hasn't had new snow in a couple of weeks. It's great when it dumps, but when it doesn't -- It doesn't excite me too much. Worth going?
I've got friends in CB and even though it's not my favorite resort, a free place to stay and the town itself makes up for it. No reason right now to ride there.
Teluride - Snow reports aren't good. Town is great but expensive to stay there. Right now looks like a skip.
Silverton - No new snow in 2+ weeks has me nervous. Will it still be good? Have not ridden there before but it's on the bucket list. We'll be traveling with the guide so we need to make sure we get a $150 experience out of it. Thoughts?
Cats - The outfits in both creede and durango appear to be closed until conditions improve. Forecast isn't looking good....
Snowmobiles - I can't imagine there is much worth getting excited about. If the resorts have no snow, the trails are probably awful, too.
We're booked on Southwest so we can effectively cancel our reservations without penalty. Walk away with $0 out of pocket or roll the dice on snow in the next couple of weeks?