‘Good snow

17th April, 2016 by

By John LaConte

Snow fell as the dynamite exploded at Vail Mountain’s 2016 Closing Day.Large crowds gathered to watch Vail Ski Patrol detonate a series of avalanche explosives to signal the end of the season, as is customary on Vail Mountain.What’s not customary is large snowflakes falling, offering free refills on all the great lines to the bottom, which skiers and snowboarders had been enjoying all day.Local students Tait Herreaves, 14, John Obourn, 15, and Michael Klinga-Sol, 14, may still be in middle school, but they knew how to close down the season correctly. Dressed in brightly colored onsies and using ski blades, …

Source:: Vail Daily Feed



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