Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
2 more inches last night bringing our three-day storm total to a whopping 18 inches! The skiing/riding is stellar and the slope conditions don’t get much better than this. This new snow is cold, light, and dry making for easy, quick turns and soft landings. There will be ample first track opportunities Sunday and plenty of smooth corduroy to go around. It is still snowing currently and the forecast is calling for temps in the mid 20’s, light wind, and scattered snow showers. This will be a great start to spring break so take it easy on the drive up and we’ll see you out there.
With the new, low density snow comes a reminder about tree well and snow immersion hazards. Always ski or ride with a buddy in eyesight if you’re headed off-trail, obey all ski area boundaries and signs, and do not ski/ride past the mountain-wide catch lines.
Oregon’s spring break is here, and while there will be a few more folks on the slopes than normal this week, spring break is far less busy than the winter holiday periods. The forecast looks amazing for excellent skiing & boarding and the Events Calendar is full of exciting reasons to visit. Up first: a series of Corduroy Cookouts near the top of the Sunrise lift. Enjoy some munchies and cold beverages on the snow this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Jumping ahead to Saturday, it’s the third annual 10 Barrel Big Air and Snow Beach Party. And on Sunday, April 1, tradition continues with the Easter Egg Hunt for the kiddos and the Easter Keg Hunt for adults.
Finally, Spring Passes are now on sale. Passes are valid for unlimited skiing and riding from this Saturday, 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