4 Day Forecast
Sunday, March 18, 2018 at 5:30 am - Our Powder week has rolled into a Powder Weekend as we've now picked up:
- 2 in from the past 24 hours
- 19 in. from the past 48 hours
- 34 in. from the past 72 hours
- Nearly 5 feet from the past 5 days
- That's Officially over 10 ft of snowfall for the month of March
- Today and Monday we'll have Clear Bluebird Skies.
Currently it's 15 degrees at the summit and 18 degrees at the base, under clear skies. With feet of new snowfall and cold overnight temperatures in the teens, the conditions are going to be incredible today. Perfect for our 2017/18 Season Passholder First Tracks, early lift opening at 8:15am. One of the numerous perks that come with being a Season Passholder.
Following the 2 inches over night, adding up to 4' 9" from the past 5 days, today is going to be beautiful all over the mountain with clear bluebird skies to enjoy through Monday.
By all definitions, we have an incredible Powder Weekend upon us! Enjoy yourselves this weekend.
For real-time information on weather conditions, be sure to check back for updates on this Snow Report Page and the Webcam Pages to get a full view of how things look on the mountain. We'll continue to update our website as the snowfall arrives or you can sign up to receive notifications by email.
For today, Sunday, March 18th, we'll have 39 groomed runs with powder conditions. We have base depths of 60 - 70 inches. We'll have Chairs 3 & 7 opening early today for our 2017/18 Season Passholder First Tracks Early Lift Opening at 8:15 am. We'll open up the mountain to all guests at our regular lift operaions schedule of 9am - 4pm with Chairs 1, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8, along with the rope tow, and conveyors 1 & 2 in the Children's Learning Area are scheduled to run throughout the day. Rocky's Road Terrain Park off Chair 7 will be will be open today.
Remember to always ski and ride with care, be sure to ski and ride with a buddy, and keep your buddy in view.
We have deep powder conditions throughout the mountain off the 39 groomed trails today.