Snow Report for Monday, February 8
46" Mid Mountain / 69" Upper Mountain
Packed Powder/ Machine Groomed
Good morning skiers and riders, This is Aaron with the Big Sky Resort snow report for Monday, February 8, 2016.
The mountain received no new snow overnight. The mid-mountain base is holding 46 inches and the upper mountain base is holding 69 inches. The expected high for the afternoon will be around 36F with a low of 23F. Winds will be moderate from the west northwest at speeds between 10-20mph. In the alpine they will be breezier on occasion with speeds around 30mph. Skies today will be mostly sunny.
The skiing and riding right now is pretty darn good. The snow cats have been out on the prowl all night long laying down the best corduroy in the west. The park gurus have been keeping it real making sure the parks are ready to be thrashed by the jibbronies. The upper mountain is skiing really nicely with the buffed conditions. Get out on the slopes today and enjoy the sunshine and spectacular views.
Stay cool, enjoy the stellar skiing and riding and have an awesome day on the slopes!
Ski and ride with care at all times everyone! We care about your safety and want you to have as much fun as possible out on the mountain. Please pay attention to where you are going and what you are doing. Know the code!
Our lifts are scheduled to run daily from 9:00am - 4:00pm unless otherwise posted and weather pending. Lift Status last updated at 12:18pm MST.
|Little Thunder Double||Open|
|Iron Horse Quad||Open|
|Lone Moose Triple||Open|
|Lone Peak Tram||Open|
|Lone Peak Triple||Open|
|Lone Tree Quad||Open|
|Pony Express Triple||Open|
|Six Shooter Six Pack||Open|
|Southern Comfort Quad||Open|
|Lewis and Clark Quad||Open|
|Swift Current Quad||Open|
|Thunder Wolf Quad||Open|
|White Otter Double||Open|
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