Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
3 more inches of low density snow Wednesday night! It is still snowing and the skiing today will be wonderful. 28 inches in the last week and this snow is dry, light, and fluffy. Summit will run today if conditions permit and the West Bowls are open. Keep checking this page for lift and terrain updates. The new snow is a beautiful sight and the groomers worked their magic laying down smooth corduroy last night. The forecast is calling for more snow and more cold temps on Thursday which means more awesome turns and more smiles. Take it easy on the drive up and pack that extra layer so you can stay out all day. We will see you out there for some backseat cruising in boot-deep Cascade goodness.
As the West Bowls are now open please mind the west catchline and stay in bounds. Also, please respect all closed areas by observing signs and not ducking ropes. Keep in mind that when Northwest and Summit are open, there will still be areas that are closed due to hazardous or low-snow conditions, particularly at lower elevations. This includes the West Ridge and the Summit Backside. We need a couple more storms to increase the base depth before those areas can open. Brush up on deep snow safety and ski with a buddy within eyesight at all times.
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