Snow Report for Saturday, December 3
20" Mid Mountain / 30" Upper Mountain
Powder/ Packed Powder
Good afternoon skiers and riders!
The mountain picked up 2-3” of new snow last night and another 1-2” fell during the day, bringing our 7 day total to 18-21 inches! We are now spinning the new Powder Seeker 6 place heated seat, bubble chair so make sure to check that out! The forecast for tonight is calling for cloudy skies with a chance of snow showers, and a low temperature of 15F.
Starting midday tomorrow through Monday evening, we are under a Winter Weather Advisory with accumulations of 6-12” expected by Tuesday morning. Tomorrow we can anticipate a high of 22F and winds out of the Southwest between 15-25 mph. The lower mountain base is 20 inches and the upper mountain base is 30 inches.
We are planning to spin Powder Seeker, Explorer, Swift Current, Ramcharger, and the Lower Carpets tomorrow, as well as the tram for scenic rides.
Tomorrow is the last day Sky Card holders ski free so be sure to take advantage of that!
Stay tuned tomorrow for updates regarding snow totals from this storm cycle. Keep up the powder dances and I’ll see ya on the slopes!
*Early season conditions exist; please ski and ride with caution.*
Our lifts are scheduled to run daily from 9:00am - 4:00pm unless otherwise posted and weather pending. Lift Status last updated at 8:13pm MST.
|Little Thunder Double||Closed|
|Iron Horse Quad||Closed|
|Lone Moose Triple||Closed|
|Lone Peak Tram||Closed|
|Powder Seeker High Speed Six-Place||Open|
|Lone Tree Quad||Closed|
|Pony Express Triple||Closed|
|Six Shooter High Speed Six-Place||Closed|
|Southern Comfort Quad||Closed|
|Lewis and Clark Quad||Closed|
|Swift Current Quad||Open|
|Thunder Wolf Quad||Closed|
|White Otter Double||Closed|
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