Hello Sundance—we are stoked to welcome the Sundance side of the mountain to the mix here today! We received another inch of snow overnight which brings the 48 hour totals to 4″ and our six day total to right at a FOOT. Looks like another storm is lining up beginning Monday, which could easily bring us double-digit snowfalls by Wednesday if all holds together…stay tuned and we’ll get you updates as all unfolds.
The mountain is in great shape with some of the best early-season conditions in several years. Hopes are you can make it out to enjoy the slopes here very soon, and keep doing those snow dances!
Please visit the Trails Report page for a list of our available terrain….additional trails will open as snowfall and slope preparation efforts continue, and we will have updates on the terrain parks here early next week.
Thank you all for your continued patronage and support of Snowy Range Ski Area!
New Snow Overnight: 1″
New Snow Past 48 Hours: 4″
New Snow Last 6 Days: 14″
Season Snowfall Totals: 57″
Snow Base: 24″-36″
Surface Conditions: Machine Groomed Packed Powder / Powder
Trails Open: 23/33
Lifts Open Today: 5/5 (Chute, Pioneer, Virginian, Colt & Sundance)
Notes: Welcome to Winter 2022/23!