Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
We picked up another 5” since closing Friday, bringing our 24 hour storm total to 11” and the skiing/riding today will be supreme. We are starting to see some clearing as the tail end of this storm moves out, and Saturday’s forecast is calling for passing snow showers, temperatures in the mid 20’s, and light to moderate winds throughout the day. With cold temperatures keeping the snowpack in great shape, there will be a nice mix of champagne corduroy, and plenty of powder stashes mountain wide. Start your morning off right at Cocoa’s Café, in West Village Lodge (opening at 7:30 a.m.), with a hearty buffet style breakfast, leaving you plenty of time to eat and still catch first chair. Also, come to the mountain prepared with a high clearance and 4X4 or AWD vehicle; practice patience on and off the hill, be safe, and have fun out there.
With all this new low density snow comes a reminder about tree well and snow immersion hazards. It’s a good time to get caught up on good safety practices and always ski or ride with a buddy in eyesight if you’re headed off-trail. Please obey all ski area boundaries and signs, and do not ski/ride past the mountain wide catch lines.
Come up this Saturday night to ski and ride through the evening! We’ll be keeping Pine Marten lift running an extra three hours from 4-7pm. All active season passes, 12 day passes, 4 day passes, and single day or multi-day tickets from Saturday are valid to use, or you can purchase an evening ski ticket only for $25. Clearing Rock Bar will be open late as well and live music is scheduled from 2-4pm. Visit the event page for more information!
The Spring Sale is on at Gravity Sports! Stop by the shop in the Gateway building in West Village and save up to 30% on ski and snowboard jackets and pants, select ski and snowboard boots and demo equipment, and accessories.
Spring Passes are now on sale! Passes are valid for unlimited skiing and riding from March 31 through our planned closing date of May 27. Priced at just $199 (for adults), the Spring Pass pays for itself after the third visit in April or May. Buy today before prices go up!
BUY A SPRING PASS
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Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from lovely folks at mtbachelor.com