Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
Mt. Bachelor has been the epicenter of sunshine in Oregon, as we’ve been above the clouds every day the past few days. We’re starting clear and dry again this morning, but a shield of high/thin clouds is advancing towards us which will dim the sunshine as the day progresses… and bring a fresh round of light snow tonight. In the meantime, we’re planning on full operation again today with all 4,318 acres of terrain open… from Summit to Cloudchaser and over to Northwest… so long as wind & visibility permit. As the snowpack continues to consolidate after last week’s 6 feet of new snow, our grooming team is able to accomplish more and more each night. Summit’s Beverly Hills run is groomed from top to bottom and ready for you to cruise today.
Even though the loose snow is slowly settling and compacting, tree well risk continues to be very high. It is essential that you educate yourself on deep snow safety and ski/ride with a partner and always keep them in eyesight when in the trees. And as you hunt for lingering powder stashes, please remember to never cross the ski area boundary line. It’s well-marked with signs and a groomed cat track with untouched powder on the other side of it. That snow is untouched for a reason – because it’s out of bounds. Thank you for your cooperation and enjoy the outstanding conditions on the mountain!
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