The real goods were to be had last weekend in the Mid Atlantic, but I was out with the flu. Bad timing on my part. Still, this past weekend was not too bad for week-old leftovers (pretty much natural snow only on most trails.) Decent snow depth right now in the less trafficked areas; hopefully we can keep it during the upcoming warm-up. If the current base holds, 8 more inches and it will be ski pretty much anywhere at a decent pace.
Timberline looks like winter:
Low angle tree section below Glade Runner, viewed from the lift:
Glade Runner, one of the two glades on the trail map, and one of the more widely-spaced for trees. Decent cover:
"Headwall" (~30 degrees) of Off The Wall, starting to show some wear and tear. Pretty much all natural snow, but very few rocks in there.
Looking up at a well-trafficked entrance to CB. Very nice packed powder:
Looking up another section:
Looking up Old Dominion:
Typical slot that you have to navigate at crux points in the woods. As in all pictures, it's steeper than it looks: