Monday, January 23, 2017 - 7:45am // Operations WILL BE LIMITED today after receiving over 2 feet of snow overnight. Lifts 1, 3, 5, 6, are scheduled to operate on delay due to heavy snow conditions. Delays will allow the groomers to re-groom the lower mountain. Chairs 7 and 8 will remain closed today until we can dig out and Ski Patrol can do further assessment. Expect snow to fall on top of groomed runs as the day progresses, making some runs appear ungroomed. Rocky’s Road Terrain Park will be closed today and will be rebuilt and ready to ride this week. Light snowfall is forecast to continue until mid-day before the storm breaks. Beginning Tuesday, we are forecast to have sunny skies all week through the weekend, with cold temperatures keeping our new snow in great condition.
Snowfall is forecast to continue through mid-day before the storms break and the sun appears. Beginning Tuesday we'll have beautiful sunny skies all week long and through the weekend with cold temperatures keeping our new snowfall in pristine condition. Take advantage, these are the best conditions the Sierra has seen in 5 years.
Trail conditions today include deep powder and groomed terrain with snow expected to fall on groomed runs throughout the morning, making some runs appear ungroomed. Base depths are currently at 115" - 135". Rocky's Road Terrain Park will reopen this week following a rebuild from the new snowfall. Deep powder conditions exist, so please always, ski + ride with care and always ski + ride with a buddy. Sign up for Powder Alerts by text message this season, simply text the word POWDER to the number 62687 on your cell phone. Also, call our Snow Phone for weather, road, and snow condition updates at 209-536-5300.