Thanks for the national insights on snow coverage. Summarizing, clearly Utah is way below recent historical norms, as is Whistler-Blackcomb; And I know some folks who went on a heli trip into the Selkirks and they said coverage was pristine when they arrived, they skied it all in 3-4 days, and no new snow expected for a few weeks, so they headed back to cities of origin. Seems like Jackson Hole, Whitefish, Alberta-BC border, and surprisingly CO which in the recent past was not doing well, are having real nice seasons. Our target dates for travel if we can swing it is mid-March or week before Easter(April 12-19) and it is worrying for sure, there better be some serious snowfall in Feb-Mar and Europe too is suffering mightily, St Anton and Lech bases look pathetic. While terrain may be open but I would think a lot of steep runs, and gnarly ones, while open could be genuinely hairy as not enough cushion via a 10 to 15 foot base is not available, so rocks and other obstacles pose genuine risks. Just wondering, intermediate to mildly advanced skier perspective.