Very brief update just as a warning for those of you coming out to Park City before the next big storm (which is nowhere to be seen in the forecasts right now). There is something strange about The Canyons grooming. They seem to leave rocks strewn all over the groomed intermediate runs. This is a minor problem at Park City and nonexistent at Deer Valley. The snow off-piste is still good- but lean- at The Canyons, but be warned about the groomers. About 70% of the rocks I've hit so far on this trip have been on intermediate groomed runs at The Canyons.
Conditions are thin but passable at all three resorts- thin by western standards. You're gonna need all those hard-earned skills you picked up hopping from snowpatch to snowpatch to keep your skis in good shape, but it's worth it. There's some great snow on 9990- try Dutch Hollow out- Dreamcatcher is holding well too. Avoide Deschutes and Grande at The Canyons.
McConkeys is scratchy at Park City; best to head up Jupiter and hit West Face. There is also great snow in Six Bells if you drop over the skidded-off patch at the top. And the groomed intermediate skiing at PC is spectacular right now- probably the best of all three resorts.
No snow anywhere in the forecast but the skies are purple and the air is cold, so nothing is melting on the runs. Just watch out for "percolating pebbles" on the higher-traffic, non-snowmaking runs.
More when I get back to Kansas!
ps- the bottom of Dreamcatcher is already criss-crossed three times by roads for "The Colony."