Right on, that reads much better. However, doesn't Utah have the lowest water content snow? Isn't that what their dry powder is all about? Colorado snow seems to vary more widely given the more immense area that the resorts cover. I remember hearing of an empirical study that they did where the Cottonwoods snow proved to have the lowest water content, however, I'm not sure where it was done.
it does NOT have the lowest water quality be average. Most of the resorts in colorado get lower water quality snow.
Trust me when i say this lighter isnt always better. If it so light that it just blows away its dust on crust.
I rather ski a dense 6 inches of snow, over 12 inches of dust on crust anyday of the week,