10 AM Update: We picked up about an inch of new snow this morning, making for some softer groomers. The Off-piste (non-groomed) was variable and firmer in steeper sections. It's chiller than it's been the last few days, so bring some layers to be prepared. You may want to start off on Chair 3 or 4 as the vis at the top is challenging until about a 1/4 of the way down, but that is forecasted to burn off later today. The tree runs on Chair 3 (Kiwa, Toketie, and Tillikum), had excellent visibility, so if that layer continues up top this morning, head over to the trees.
It is snowing hard as of 6:30 am and just starting to accumulate, the forecast isn't calling for much, so who knows how much it will bring. It is supposed to become mostly sunny by later today with a little colder temps, so the groomers should hold up nicely today. Conditions will vary today based on how the weather pans out, we could see the groomers softening with the sun, getting buried under some new snow, or if it remains cloudy, becoming more variable throughout the day. That's life on a mountain! Look for off-piste to be variable across the mountain today.
All Chairs as well as the Pika Peak and 100Laps rope tows are scheduled for operation from 9 am to 4 pm.
Please make sure to dress appropriately for the conditions and remember that we are asking that everyone use their car as their base camp as there is limited seating inside and capacity restrictions are in place for all inside spaces.
It is important that everyone recognizes that this season is different from any we’ve experienced. It is up to every individual, both ski area employee and guest, to do their part to help protect the health and safety of our skiing and snowboarding community. Our expectation is that each one of us will follow protocols to help keep each other healthy. We ask all employees and guests to share in this responsibility and help us, “be the reason we have a season.”
3/7 - A 50 percent chance of snow before 11am. Cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly sunny, with a high near 25. West wind 11 to 15 mph. Total daytime snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible.
3/7 - OPEN 9am-4pm
- 9am - 4pm: Chair 1, Wenatchee Express, Chair 3, as well as the Pika Peak rope tow and 100Laps rope tow are scheduled for operation from 9 am to 4 pm.
*Chairs scheduled for operation. Chair configuration may change at any time. Additional chairs will open as conditions permit.
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**Run status may change at any time and may not be reflected on the website immediately. Unmarked/marked obstacles do exist, and coverage is variable. Respect all rope lines and trail closures.
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Modified Uphill Policy In Effect - Winch cat operations are underway on the mountain and will be marked with signs. Stay far away!!! EXTREME DANGER. Runs undergoing winch cat operations are CLOSED to uphill and downhill travel. If Bomber Bowl and the standard uphill route is closed due to winch cat operations then uphill skiers can use Tumwater and Sunspot to reach the top of the mountain.