Ski and snowboard tracks over freshly groomed snow

1/19 Night Conditions Report

4:15 Report: We can expect more powder turns tonight as we gear up for Night Skiing! Mother Nature has blessed us with a 2″ refresher overnight and throughout the afternoon that is keeping groomed runs nice and soft. Currently, visibility is clearing up at midway and the base area, but we anticipate visibility to become variable as we welcome cloud cover and potential snowfall after 5 pm.

Operations Info


1/19 – A slight chance of snow before 4pm, then a slight chance of snow after 5pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 23. East wind 3 to 5 mph. Chance of precipitation is 20%.


Mountain Operations 

1/19 – 9am-9pm

Lift Status*

1/19 – Chairs 1, 2, 4 and all surface lifts are planned open for Night Skiing until 9pm.

*Chairs scheduled for operation. Chair configuration may change at any time. 


There is no Midway or Chair 2 access from Chair 4 during Night Skiing. To access Midway and Chair 2, use Chair 1.

Early season conditions exist. Low coverage in places. Please stay on open runs and respect all rope lines/trail closures, as they are there for your safety.

**Anticipated open runs. Run status may change at any time. Additional terrain will open as conditions permit.

Base Area Operations

Season Pass/Ticket Office

OPEN at 8am each day. 

Night tickets are $69 for ages 25-69, $65 for ages 18-24, $59 for ages 13-17, $55 for ages 8-12, $7 for ages 7 & under and $40 for ages 70+. Save money for most ages when you purchase tickets in advance and online!


Food Service

Chair 5 Pub – OPEN 8am-8:30pm

KaWham Cafe – OPEN 8am-6:30pm

Midway Lodge – CLOSED

Taco Cat – CLOSED

Outback Snack Shack – CLOSED

Rental Shop

OPEN from 8am-9:00pm


Retail Shop

OPEN from 8am-9:00pm

Ski School 

OPEN from 8am-9:00pm

For lesson availability, CLICK HERE.


We are now open daily with Night Skiing on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights.

For the full, planned operations calendar, CLICK HERE.

Uphill Policy

Modified Uphill Policy in effect.