Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
WOOHOO – we’ve reached over 100″ at our base!! After racking up 18″ in the past 24 hours, this storm has pushed our total base depth into the triple-digits. The conditions out there today were pretty surreal and it’s hard to believe that there is even more on the way. Forecast calls for this blast of powder to continue into Wednesday morning, tapering off to scattered snow showers by tomorrow afternoon. Luckily this medium-density, yet fluffy snow is the type of powder you can binge eat and never get full on. With the storm projected to ease up a bit tomorrow, you can expect calmer winds, colder temps, and hopefully some better visibility on the slopes. Wednesday will be a waist-deep, snorkel-toting kind of day, so be sure to exercise caution in the trees and ride with a buddy! A heads up that we currently have closures in the Rainbow lift area as our crews work hard to complete construction, please follow the directions below when leaving the Cloudchaser lift area.
Getting back to the front-side from Cloudchaser. We are re-constructing Rainbow Chair in a shorter alignment and until completed, all terrain running in and under the Rainbow lift is closed – including the Sunrise Getback trail. This means that the only way to exit the Cloudchaser area is via the Cloudchaser Crossover trail – the high cat track off the top of the lift. Just follow the series of green-dot markers posted on bamboo sticks to guide you from the top of the Cloudchaser lift to the top of Sunrise lift.
We’re in deep storm mode up here, snow has been racking up quickly making conditions on the roads and parking lots fairly challenging. Please be prepared for winter weather by driving HIGH CLEARANCE 4-WD VEHICLES or CARRYING CHAINS. Plan ahead, get an early start and, most importantly, take your time.
Have fun, drive safe and we’ll see you up here!
Snowfall Data West Village
Snowfall Data Mid Mountain
Weather Sensor Data
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Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from lovely folks at mtbachelor.com