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Dec1st2019

Sunday 12/1 Forecast

Welcome to December and the final day of what has been a spectacular opening weekend. We have received a trace of new snow overnight with another 2 to 4 inches forecast during the day today. We are also excited to have Chair 4 added into the mix for today as well. Chairs 1, 3, 4 and the Pika Peak Rope Tow will be scheduled for operation from 9am-4pm. Early season conditions exist. Please stay on open runs and respect all rope lines/trail closures as they are there for your safety. Come on up and join us for a great Sunday at The Ridge.

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Nov30th2019

Sunday Preview

It has been a great opening weekend so far and we are looking forward to capping it off tomorrow. Chairs 1, 3 and 4! as well as the Pika Peak Rope Tow will be open. Forecast: Snow likely, mainly before 11am. Cloudy, with a high near 21. North wind 10 to 13 mph becoming east in the morning. Chance of precipitation is 60%. New snow accumulation of 1 to 2 inches possible.

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Nov30th2019

11/30 Forecast

Welcome to day two of the 2019/20 season! We have a beautiful clear and cool morning on our hands. The first Saturday of the season will also be the first day to make laps on Chair 3. Chairs 1, 3 and the Pika Peak Rope Tow are scheduled for operation for what will be another sunny day to enjoy sliding around the mountain with your friends. Additional chairs and terrain will open as conditions permit.

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Nov29th2019
Ski Patrol in front of camera with skiers passing by

Chair 3 To Open 11/30!

What a great opening day to the 2019/20 season. It was so much fun seeing you all back up on the mountain. Not only did we have a great day getting back into the swing of things in the sunshine today, but we also got word that Chair 3 will open for the first time tomorrow as well! Huge shout out to the Snowmaking, grooming, Lift Maintenance and Lifts Operations crews for working so hard to ad another chair and more terrain into the mix for Saturday. The 2019/20 Season is underway and we look forward to seeing you on the mountain tomorrow!

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Nov29th2019
Hampton Lodge with sunrise behind and groomed snow

Opening Day 2019/20 Forecast

Ski and snowboard season is officially here and we can't wait to see you up on the mountain. It has been a crazy-awesome week of snowmaking and a storm that came through just in time dropping 23" in 24 hours. We will have a limited opening today with Chair 1 and the Pika Peak Rope Tow to help you burn off some of those Thanksgiving calories. So come on up and start getting those legs in shape because additional chairlifts and terrain will open as soon as conditions permit! See you on the mountain!

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Nov28th2019
Snow stacked up on trash can lid showing 23" in 24 hours of new snow

23" in 24 hours! Opening Day 11/29.

We are especially thankful this Thanksgiving holiday for the 23" of new snow we have received in the last 24 hours! The storm arrived just in time for our opening weekend of the 2019/20 season. Check out the opening weekend details below for all you need to know. See you on the mountain! -Tony

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Nov27th2019
Mission Ridge Base Area covered in snow with snow falling

Opening Day Is Friday!

Who's ready to get this party started?! We are excited to announce that opening day is this Friday, November 29th. Over seven inches of new snow with more in the forecast as well as our extensive snowmaking infrastructure and world class crew, have made a Thanksgiving weekend opening possible for the seventh time in eight years. We will be open Friday through Sunday from 9am-4pm. Check out all the details below and we will see you on the mountain!

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Nov25th2019
Snowmaking gun making snow with valley below

Pre-Season Update

The Mission Ridge Snowmaking crew is back at it again building those nice big piles of snow! The last 36 hours have seen the return of good snowmaking temps and not just near the Base Area, but from top to bottom has the inversion has lifted. The 7-10 day forecast is looking promising as temps are supposed to continue to drop as the week progresses and there are good chances of snow Tuesday through Wednesday night. We know the big question on everyone's mind is when is opening day?! Opening day is still conditions dependent and the crews across the mountain are working hard to make first chair a reality as soon as possible. We are excited to get the season kicked off and know you are too! we are hopeful that the forecast snow pans out and that temps remain cold, the wind light, and the stoke high! Hang in there we are almost there and look forward to seeing you on the mountain soon to kick off the season! -Tony

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Nov1st2019
Snowmaking tower gun and pile of snow

Snowmaking Is Underway

The countdown has ended and snowmaking is officially underway! November 1st is probably my favorite day of the year as the guns are fired up and snowmaking operations start on the mountain. It might seem a little strange but it is so exciting to see a cloud of moisture hanging over the base area as you round the final curve to the parking lot. The roar of the guns, the white piles (called snowmaking whales)  slowly getting bigger, and a general excitement in the air all combine for an exciting start to the season. Temps early in the week were cold and ideal for snowmaking. Things have warmed up a bit as Halloween turned into the first of November, but the Snowmaking crew has been able to get some decent production near the Base Area.  Temperatures are currently inverted with warmer temps at the top of the mountain and the coldest temps near the Base Area. The forecast cals for overnight temperatures to begin to drop at the beginning of next week so hopefully we will see guns running in the Upper Basin soon! See you on the mountain soon! -Tony

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