On the Hill: Checking out the terrain park at Vail
Brought to you by and the .Vail official report: 0″ new snowWeather: Cold and sunny, protect your faceLiftline status: Nobody at Chair 6 all morningRun of the day: Chopstix was groomedBreakdown: On the last day of the extended holiday season here in Vail, crowd numbers felt like they were already starting to drop off with no lines all morning at Golden Peak. Yesterday saw huge amounts of people in Vail, with the Vail Village parking structure filling up at one point during the day. But the resort continues to open more and more terrain for those crowds to space out within — today marked the second day of action for the famed Golden Peak terrain park, which hosted a USASA slopestyle event on Saturday and will be home to Vail’s first-ever 22-foot halfpipe for the Burton U.S. Open of Snowboarding this season.Snowcast: Looks like we’re in store for a good weekend; Thursday through Saturday should see a decent amount of snow
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On the Hill is shot with a GoPro HERO3 Silver Edition.
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Vail’s updated plans regarding the state guidelines and isolation housing requirements is one of several pieces of information guests are waiting on heading into the 2020-21 season.