W/B report from 2/24I skied W/B last Sunday through Thursday (2/24). I had 5 decent days of skiing, but it was so warm the last day, it turned into a bit of a slushpuppy. And as cold as it gets at night, this meant ice sheets in the morning that were softened-up usually by 10:30. If you don't mind doing moguls that are hard and icy in some parts, and then slushy in the afternoon, it's not so bad. They claim 85% of the mountain is open, but a lot of the black runs are closed, especially under the lifts where there is a lot of exposed dirt and rocks. The thing to do is rent so you don't ruin your own equipment - there are small rocks over a lot of the lower runs and I was beginning to see them higher up toward the end of my trip when it got in the 50's one day. I was glad last Thursday was my last day of skiing. I saw deterioration in the conditions and don't think it could be that good now without any new snow. There were still a lot of people in the village, so decent apres and nightlife. Much better conditions last week than during the rains of January. If you want powder and great conditions, don't go. But if you don't mind spring skiing / early season conditions that get a bit icy/slushy/rocky, then it's fine. Up in 7th Heaven on Blackcomb and in Harmony and Saddle on Whistler, there was pretty nice skiing. You almost convince yourself that the loose granular snow up there is powder. I didn't ski the Blackcomb glacier. At the end of my trip, it was marked as "marginal conditions" and had quite a narrow, rocky exit from what I heard. I almost canceled my trip, but I'm glad I went. But to be honest, it was deteriorating last week, that foot of snow lasted up until then. They need snow.