Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
Good morning early birds! Overnight, we added an inch of dry powdery snow to our groomers. The weather forecast has the temps remaining cold and winds staying light. So put on your warm winter gear and your favorite wool hat and get up here to enjoy some end of the year runs!
The week between Christmas and New Years is historically one of the busier weeks on the mountain. Fortunately we’re a very large mountain and our lifts and runs absorb the crowds well. But you’ll likely encounter lots of folks on the road, in the parking lots, around the base areas and in the lodges. Here are some tips to make your visit fun:
View our webcams to see what conditions are like in real-time
Buy lift tickets, rentals and lessons in advance of your visit. Save $10 per lift ticket when you buy online.
Read more about parking, dining, operating hours and other tips
Ski/ride in control, avoid collisions with other guests, and educate yourself about tree well safety and snow immersion hazards before you venture near the trees
Hiking for turns or snow play aren’t allowed at Mt. Bachelor except as detailed in our Uphill Travel Policy and Snowblast Tubing Park
Snowfall Data West Village
Snowfall Data Mid Mountain
Weather Sensor Data
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Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com