Here we go…looks like we should be seeing fresh snowflakes falling by early this afternoon…and hopefully a bunch of them as total accumulations are potentially in the 18″-24″ range beginning late today through late-Monday….stay tuned, but definitely appears to be some sweet powder days ahead!
Forecasts today show highs in the mid to low 20s with gusty winds and snow showers developing in the afternoon. Daytime accumulations might be around an inch, and then potentially 1″-3″ tonight, 1″-3″ on Saturday, another 1″-3″ Saturday night and the trend continues through Monday…snow dances, please.
Thanks to all the season passholders and guests for making it up to the mountain here over the holiday break…we always appreciate the many compliments, and are super excited with the current slope conditions and even more so with this incoming winter storm!
The ski area is over 90% open, and we anticipate our remaining trails to open following this next storm system. Our terrain parks are officially open….please remember to SMART STYLE all activities in the parks and utilize YOUR RESPONSIBILITY CODE throughout the slopes.
Grab the crew, make your online reservations and as always, travel safely out there.
Please visit the Trails Report page for a list of our available terrain.
Grab the crew, make your online reservations and as always, travel safely out there. Thank you all for your continued patronage of Snowy Range Ski Area, and we will see you on the slopes.
New Snow Overnight: 0
New Snow Past 48 Hours: 3″
New Snow Last 9 Days: 10″
Season Snowfall Totals: 80″
Snow Base: 24″-36″
Surface Conditions: Packed Powder
Trails Open: 30/33
Lifts Open Today: 5/5 (Chute, Virginian, Sundance, Pioneer & Colt)
Notes: Let it Snow!!