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Vail, Breck, Beaver Creek and Keystone Snow Stake Cams are here!

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Vail- http://www.snow.com/mountainconditions/snowandweatherreports.aspx#/vail

 

Beaver Creek- http://www.snow.com/mountainconditions/snowandweatherreports.aspx#/beavercreek

 

Breck- http://www.snow.com/mountainconditions/snowandweatherreports.aspx#/breckenridge

 

Keystone- http://www.snow.com/mountainconditions/snowandweatherreports.aspx#/keystone

 

They are currently located just to the right of the snow report and it is pretty easy to watch the 24 hour accumulation (which was 2-4+" last night at most of the resorts)

 

Copper's Snowstake cam is still at http://www.coppercolorado.com/winter/the_mountain/snow_stake_cam

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awesome!!

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Nice, more snow stakes!!  I don't think they had any last year, did they?

 

It's nice you can watch a whole week of snowfall (better than a lot of shows on tv).... but they need to add a timestamp on the images.   

 

Oh, there is a timestamp on the still image, but you can't see it when you hit play.  It's probably just out of frame, so hopefully they'll fix it.

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Tableometer Cams are better :D

 

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Tableometer Cams are better :D

 

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I'd be jealous, but it looks like you have a lot of rain forecast for this week.

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A New Live Look On Snow Reporting This Season

 
 
This winter, seven of our resorts – Keystone, Breckenridge, Vail, Beaver Creek, Heavenly, Kirkwood and Northstar – will see the installation of live-look snow stake cameras. This marks the first time guests can see the resort’s snow stake for themselves, offering guests an accurate and real-time update on snowfall any time of day, or night. 
 
The new snow stake system re-imagines the way guests receive snow report information and allows them to see mountain conditions in real-time. This innovative system was developed internally by Keystone ski patroller Bob Applebaugh and features an electrical system that automatically flips the snow stake at the scheduled time every day. 
 
Keystone successfully piloted the snow stake system in the 2012/2013 winter season and the system is now being extended to six new resorts this year. Canyons in Park City, Utah, is planning to join the program in the 2014/2015 winter season. Each mountain will have access links to a time lapse video and static images on designated mountain website pages. 
 
Currently, you can access the snow stakes for Keystone, Vail, Beaver Creek and Breckenridge through the individual resort websites or the web cam page on snow.com. Our Colorado resorts are encouraging guests and employees to share their snow photos using #keystonesnow, #vailsnow, #beavercreeksnow or #breckenridgesnow.
 
Each resort will also have a daily GoPro snow report produced by an on-mountain experience reporter who will capture daily on-mountain GoPro photos and/or videos that will give guests a raw, real-time view of conditions on the slopes.
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