Robb Gaffney takes a break to enjoy the view last Saturday.

A variety of conditions could be found in Tahoe last weekend. Elevations around 9,000 feet ranged from wind crust to chalky, while protected north aspects at 8,000 feet still held great powder. Higher elevations could get up to a foot of snow by Friday which would be a welcome refresher.

The snow at 9,000 feet wasn’t so great last Saturday, but this zone about 3 miles west of the the Sierra Crest sure looked tasty.

Rob Anthony winds down a ten mile tour with perfect pow.

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