Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
A warm and breezy morning here. We will have some low clouds and fog to start with temperatures forecast to be in the low 40’s, then snow to move in after closing that will set us up for a few days of Mt. Bachelor storm riding. The grooming team has taken advantage of warmer overnight temps to blend up plenty of spreadable corduroy. Please be prepared for winter conditions on the mountain and on your drive up here, take your time and slow down. We’re back in the storm cycle and we couldn’t be more stoked! You’re not gonna want to miss these next storms!
The only skiing and riding off of Summit is currently 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. Note that the uphill travel route to the Summit above Pine Marten lodge will remain CLOSED until that section of the upper mountain is open to downhill skiers/riders. Please read the Uphill Travel page for more information.
Low-snow conditions still exist in areas 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. Have fun and think snow!
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