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Just spent four days at Jackson Hole. Conditions are generally decent mid-day on south-facing slopes when frozen base turns to spring corn -- had excellent repeated runs on north Hoback. Cruisers are also good, especially during the morning before the over-skied runs turn icey.

Overall, place badly needs snow, with some popular runs and bowls almost unskiable from freeze/thaw cycles, not to mention significant melting that has gone on. Supposedly 5-10 inches of new coming early this week, which will help, but about twice that is needed.