Weather on Courses
Weather is. That’s about as much as we can tell you. It’s not “good” or “bad” – it just is, and we work with it depending on the situation we find ourselves in. As a result, our courses and lesson plans adapt to current conditions, trying to make the most of whatever Mother Nature gives us. On our courses, the equipment list you are sent has been designed to accommodate the most common weather patterns. Sometimes, though, we’ll get an unusual year and see more rain / snow / sun than we expected. While the Boulder area has “normal” weather patterns – cold, snowy winters; hot, dry summers; wet, windy autumns – you never know what you’re going to get. Many of our students have come in July (when it’s typically hottest) to find snow on the ground in the morning. The key, as always, is flexibility, to plan for the worst weather conditions, hope for the best, and then adapt. Having said that, though, there are some general patterns we can share about weather in the Boulder, Utah area.