Snow Report – Monday, February 6, 2023

5:00am Update: Thanks to all the passholders and guests that made it out to the mountain over the weekend. We received a few flakes of snow overnight and currently flurries are falling. Forecasts today are calling for intermittent snow showers with potential accumulations in the 1″-3″ range and highs in the upper teens. Looks like lots of sunshine with highs in the lower 20s for Tuesday and then chances of snow return on Wednesday with projections in the 2″-6″ range by Thursday morning. Stay tuned, and we will keep you updated as all unfolds…but definitely have many more quality snow days ahead of us here this week and moving into the coming weekend. Make plans now to enjoy The Range, and get those upcoming weekend & spring break reservations booked.

The ski area is officially 100% open with all slopes and terrain parks available. Please remember to SMART STYLE all activities in the parks and utilize YOUR RESPONSIBILITY CODE throughout the slopes. Please note that RESPECT GETS RESPECT here at The Range, and those expectations of conduct apply to all guests at all times. Please visit the Trails Report page for a list of our available lifts and terrain as well as daily grooming updates.

All roads around the region and into the ski area are open. For updates on road conditions, please visit the WYDOT website, or call 1-888-996-7623.

ADVANCED, ON-LINE TICKET & RENTAL EQUIPMENT RESERVATIONS – Please note as we look forward to additional upcoming weekends, we do anticipate many guests visiting the mountain and many of those guests will be renting equipment. For those needing ski or snowboard rental equipment, please make certain to make those online rental equipment reservations as quickly as possible to ensure you have equipment reserved for your snow day. Due to heavy volumes, we cannot guarantee to have your exact or desired size of boots, skis or boards without a reservation. If you do not have a rental reservation here at the ski area, please plan to arrive as early as possible in the day to obtain rental gear. Again — Advanced, On-Line Rental & Ticket Reservations are Always Highly Encouraged & Recommended, and thank you for your understanding on this matter.

We will see you on the slopes soon!

New Snow Overnight: Trace

New Snow Last 9 Days: 11″

New Snow Last 2 Weeks: 22″

Season Snowfall Totals: 143″

Snow Base: 32-48″

Surface Conditions: Machine Groomed Packed Powder / Packed Powder

Trails Open: 33/33

Lifts Open Today: 4/5 (Chute, Sundance, Pioneer & Colt)

Notes: Enjoy the Mountain!