Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
It was a fantastic day of riding especially off of the top of the world at Summit. With over 2,100 acres open, the mountain has plenty of terrain options for everyone to explore. Tomorrow looks like a repeat of today with mild temperatures and mostly clear skies. A tip for those looking to beat the crowds, the best place to eat lunch on busy, sunny days is at Pine Marten Lodge located at mid mountain; with Mexican and American fare available at Sparks Café on the upper level, which gets you fed and back on the hill as quickly as possible. Sunday also kicks off the 10 Barrel Goggle Tan Tour, with beer gardens, food, and yard games located at the base of Skyliner lift AND in front of West Village Lodge. It will be another action packed day during the holiday weekend here at Mt. Bachelor, give yourself some extra time in the morning and bring your stoke, it’s gonna be fun!
Summit is on the schedule for Sunday. The only skiing and riding off of Summit will be confined to the groomed Bev Hills run and the Healy Heights area. Other areas, including the Bowl, the Backside and Cow’s Face, will be closed. Please respect all signage and do not enter a closed area.
Remember that low-snow conditions still 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.
Carpooling is in effect, the first 100 or so cars with 4 or more (humans) in their vehicle get Free Preferred Parking while spots are available in the West Village Lot.
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.
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