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Last Updated:: 11:34am on 01/27/2021.

LiftStatus
Pika Peak Rope TowOpen
Chair 1Open
Chair 2Closed
Chair 3Open
Chair 4Open
100LAPS Rope TowClosed
SummitMidwayBase
48 hrs8"8"6"
24 hrs8"8"6"
Overnight8"8"6"
Wind16 mph0 mph7 mph
Wind DirectionSWNS
Temp (°F)282224
Surface (?)PowderPowderPowder
VisibilityGoodGoodGood
Base Depth44"44"42"

Weather Updates

Jan 27 2021 6:11am

10 AM Update: Pow Pow Pow! Well, the stakes are saying 8", but it's riding a lot deeper than that in spots on the hill. Be cautious going off-piste on the steeper runs as you can get down to the firmer stuff pretty quick. Look for the off-piste to become more variable as the day goes on. The more adventurous should be able to find pow pockets throughout the day.

We’ve received 8” of that beautiful dry, light, Mission Ridge blower pow overnight, so get ready for some fresh powder turns today! Just a reminder that off piste conditions have been very firm over the last week and because this powder is so light, look for off piste conditions to be variable. Take it easy your first couple of runs off piste to get a feel for the conditions.

Forecast - Snow before 11am, then a chance of snow after 5pm. High near 28. Light and variable wind becoming southeast around 5 mph in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 100%. Total daytime snow accumulation of 1 to 3 inches possible.

Chairs 1, 3, 4, the Pika Peak Rope Tow, and the 100LAPS Rope Tow are scheduled for operation from 9 am to 4 pm today with Chair 1, Chair 4, the Pika Peak Rope Tow, and the 100LAPS Rope Tow Scheduled for operation during Night Skiing from 4 pm - 9 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 no inside seating at this time and capacity restrictions are in place for all inside spaces.

Jan 26 2021 6:20am

The next winter storm has arrived with snow likely today and a nice accumulation forecast for this evening with 4” to 8” of new snow possible over the next 24 hours. Groomed conditions really don’t get much better than they were yesterday morning and we are looking forward to more of the same today. Look for surface conditions to become more variable over the course of the day depending on new snowfall. It will be cold today, especially at the top of Chair 3 so make sure to layer up. For the moment, off-piste (non-groomed) conditions remain firm and variable but look to be refreshed over the next day or so.

A 40 percent chance of snow. Cloudy, with a steady temperature around 13. Wind chill values as low as -1. Southeast wind 6 to 9 mph. Total daytime snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible.

Chairs 1, 3, 4, the Pika Peak Rope Tow, and the 100LAPS Rope Tow are scheduled for operation from 9 am to 4 pm today.

It will be cold today so 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 no inside seating at this time and capacity restrictions are in place for all inside spaces.

Close up of groomed snow with valley below
Jan 25 2021 6:23am

We’ve picked up a trace of new snow overnight and there is more on the way this week. The sun will reemerge today while snow-filled clouds gather in the distance. The best chance of new snow accumulation is Tuesday night/Wednesday this week. For today, we’re looking forward to some great groomed conditions under partly sunny skies. It will be on the cooler side with temps forecast for the low to mid-twenties. Off-piste (non-groomed) conditions continue to be firm and variable but that should be changing this week. Stick to the cords and let rip your boards.

Partly sunny, with a high near 21. West wind 5 to 7 mph.

Chairs 1, 3, 4, the Pika Peak Rope Tow, and the 100LAPS Rope Tow are scheduled for operation from 9 am to 4 pm today.

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 no inside seating at this time and capacity restrictions are in place for all inside spaces.


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New Mission LLC operates Mission Ridge Ski and Board Resort under special use permits from the U.S. Forest Service and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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