Spring hasn’t sprung yet at Mt. Bachelor

Words: Aaron Hanlon
Photos: Joel Pearce and Aaron Hanlon

So spring has sprung eh? Not so fast young Jedi! We are still riding powder here in the NW. View the above photos for proof. Like most of the west coast, early season was not so accommodating in the snow department. We had to wait patiently for winter to begin, but when it did, it came with fury. We have accumulated a lot of snow here at Bachelor and it looks like spring break will continue to produce. The forecast is calling for solid snowfall all week long.

For all of you who have not yet encountered the deep stuff like you’d hoped— it’s on at Bachelor! The snow is gonna fly and now is the time to come get your pow fix.There have been a lot of epic days this season and after a few sunny park days we are transitioning back to what we crave, powder. We have a solid 130″ base, so all the terrain is prime.

For those who need to unleash their park skills we have some of the best terrain in the land. Just like the freeride terrain, our parks and pipe are in a perfect state of awesomeness. Everything is so good right now, you really can’t go wrong with a trip to Bachelor. If you have some time on your hands, you need to have a look at the Spring-tacular pass prices and deals at www.mtbachelor.com. You can ride through all of April and May for the price of a 3 day lift ticket. We have a solid two months of snowboarding left here at Bachelor, and you should come check out the goods!

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