Sleeping Giant Having Ideal Year
Written by Andrew-Rossi on February 21, 2017
Sleeping Giant is having a fantastic year.
With 57 inches currently at the top of the mountain and 47 inches at the lower levels, manager John Reveal says that while they haven’t had the most snow in the ski resort’s history, this has definitely been the best snow.
Snowfall records show that at least 69 inches of snow have fallen so far at Sleeping Giant, and more is set to come this week. According to Keith Dollam, whose family owned the resort for years, this is the most snow they’ve had since the winter of 1995/96. Reveal adds that this weekend’s snow conditions will be ideal, with plenty of fresh powder.
Reveal says that other factors that have boosted this season for Sleeping Giant include the return of bus service from Cody, which has been missing for the past two and a half years.
The Sleeping Giant bus stops at McDonalds, WalMart and Wapiti every Saturday during ski season.