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6" New Overnight

Posted on February 16th, 2014

6” of new snow overnight, 9” in the last 24 hours, for a total of 12” in the last 48 hours.

Forecast

Mostly cloudy, with scattered snow showers, and a high near 26 degrees.  It's gonna be a breezy one, with a southwest wind 25 to 40 mph, with gusts as high as 70 to 80 mph possible at time on the Summit.

Chairlifts in Operation

All chairs in operation today, as well as the Pika Peak and #100LAPS Rope Tows.

The wind is not a strong as forecast on the Summit and Chair 2 is planned to open at 9 a.m.

New Terrain

100 percent of our trails are now open with most of them groomed.  Check out the grooming report for full details on open terrain.  Access to Windy Ridge and the Bomber Cliffs areas is pending clearance by Ski Patrol and as conditions allow.

Surface Conditions

Surface conditions both on and off the groomed runs have been refreshed overnight once again. Expect awesome skiing no matter your preference for pow or cords.

Surface will become wind affected in the Upper Basin as the day progresses and winds pick up.  This will also refresh powder lines in wind protected areas throughout the day.

Exercise caution when skiing off the groomed runs as there are still spots of thin cover where unmarked obstacles exist. Respect rope lines and trail closures as they are there for your safety.

Events

  • Companion Rescue Class: Learn to effectively operate a rescue beacon, probe, and shovel in an avalanche rescue situation.

 

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