Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
A snowy, windy morning with almost an inch of heavy snow so far. We expect this storm to hang around through the evening delivering significant accumulation. Higher elevations have gotten more snow in the last 48 hours and conditions are really improving. The grooming team worked all night blending nice, soft corduroy and improving coverage. Buckle up and prepare for a true Pacific Northwest storm day up here. Make sure to check this page for condition updates throughout the day.
Remember that low-snow conditions exist across the mountain. Adjust your speed appropriately to maintain a safe halo from other guests and watch for obstacles. Some will be marked, others not. We recommend skiing/riding only on groomed runs until the snow base deepens.
Also due to low-snow conditions, the Cloudchaser Access trail (from the bottom of Rainbow) is closed. Use Bluebird or High Pressure runs, accessible from most lifts, to access Cloudchaser. Elsewhere around the mountain, Outback is poised to reopen with just a bit of additional new snow on its lower slopes. We are optimistic for that to occur in the coming days. Summit is also getting closer to opening; we’ve been working hard to construct a groomed route down the lift line. As soon as the weather clears and calms, we’ll evaluate Summit to see if we can safely open it for access to the groomed run.
Finally, note that Scapolo’s at Pine Marten Lodge will be closed today, but Pinnacles will remain open for beverages and snacks. Stop by our mid-mountain lodge at the top of the Pine Marten lift to warm up and grab a refreshment.
It’s the MLK holiday weekend, and for those of you with 12 Day and 4 Day Passes, remember that Saturday and Sunday are two of the 11 exclusion dates of use for those products this winter. MLK Monday is not a blackout day and we hope you can join us that day.
It will be an exciting weekend on the mountain and in Bend with sunshine in the forecast and several events planned:
Friday, January 12: Apres Ski Bash at Crow’s Feet Commons and Mt. Bachelor Riverhouse Jazz
Saturday, January 13: Crow’s Feet Ski-Mo Rally , USASA Rail Jam and Mt. Bachelor Riverhouse Jazz
Sunday, January 14: 10 Barrel’s Goggle Tan Tour
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