Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
96 HOUR SALE
The 4 Day Pass is back. One of our most popular passes, the 4 Day Pass allows for four days of skiing or riding during the 2017-18 winter season (subject to holiday blackout dates). At $289, it’s like getting four days for the price of three! The 4 Day Pass is only available during a 96 Hour Sale – underway now and ending at noon on Monday, December 11. This is the final time the 4 Day Pass will be released this season, so act now and enjoy four days of skiing and riding this winter at Mt. Bachelor.
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THE LATEST UPDATE
As the weekend comes to a close, we had a great time in the sun with mild temperatures and superb groomer riding. As we look ahead to the workweek, we will have sunny skies and balmy temperatures until our next cold front moves in by the end of the week. Keep your fingers crossed that it will bring us some snow that will allow us to open up more terrain. While we wait for this high pressure pattern to move out, beat the inversion in town and come up to the mountain for endless sunshine and Cascade views. As always, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for marked and unmarked obstacles, as well as fellow riders, and don’t venture too far off of the named trails. The terrain park crew will be adding new features to Cannon Beach this week and will potentially open up more terrain park options once conditions permit. Thank you to everyone who made it up to Mt. Bachelor this weekend, and keep those snow dances coming our way!
The Sunrise lodge and parking lot will remained closed until next weekend. All services will be provided out of West Village base area and lodge.
Snowblast Tubing returns from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for tow-up family fun.
There are runs that are well-covered and groomed nightly, such as Leeway, Thunderbird, Olympian, Skyliner liftline below the Getback, Marshmallow, I-5 and Lower Carnival. There are other runs that do not have adequate snow coverage yet to groom, such as West Boundary, Iceberg and Tippytoe. And there is a third set of runs that is marginally groomable, such as DSQ, Cliffhanger, Old Skyliner and Coffee. In order to groom these runs, which have stump fields, small trees and rock outcroppings either poking through the snow or hidden just beneath the snow surface, we must gather snow from areas farther away and haul it in to patch the trouble spots. This is a slow and inefficient process, which is why we can’t get to each of these runs every night. We recognize the importance of providing you with as long a grooming list as possible each morning and we’ll continue to make it a priority to invest in as much snow-hauling as we can accomplish each night. Thanks for your patience during this dry spell. Snowier days will come!
Snowfall Data West Village
Snowfall Data Mid Mountain
Weather Sensor Data
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