Conditions Report: Wednesday, March 25th 2020, 9:26 am

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:

** Operations Suspended Until Further Notice **

We have continued to monitor the dynamic and unprecedented COVID-19 public health crisis and, as a result of the unfolding events surrounding it, our team has made the determination to extend the suspension of our resort operations. This means we are closed for now but, while we cannot underestimate the extreme fluidity of our current situation, our goal is to reopen as soon as we can.

With this announcement, we are also canceling all winter / spring Mt. Bachelor events. We were all looking forward to delivering memorable experiences through our Sunchaser Spring events, including the 10 Barrel Hella Big Air, Subaru Winterfest, Big Wave Challenge, and of course hosting the second annual RendezVan festival. These events will be back next season, and we can confirm that the Woodward Peace Park Championships will take place at Mt. Bachelor in spring 2021.

Given the extenuating circumstances related to COVID-19, we have modified our cancellation policies and our Mt. Bachelor Central Reservations team can be reached via text at 541-382-1709 or email at info@mtbachelor.com with questions and changes. With the cancellation of RendezVan 2020, all RendezVan RV and camping reservations will be refunded within seven days and no further action is needed. We anticipate heavy activity over the next several days and appreciate your patience as we work hard to respond to all inquiries.

We continue to share the same belief as many of you – that spending time in the mountains, enjoying nature and the outdoors is important to leading a fulfilling life, and this is why we will continue to monitor the situation with the hope of being able to resume operations when the COVID-19 threat subsides.

We realize this decision will be disappointing to many, but this is a serious public health crisis and closing our operations for now is the best thing we can do to help stop the spread of COVID-19. During this time, we encourage everyone to do their part to enable social distancing, an important step to mitigate the risks associated with COVID-19.

Our ultimate goal is for us all to have a healthy return to the mountains, to ski, ride, bike and play after this situation improves. We thank you for your patience and understanding in this situation. Please stay safe so that we may enjoy more days adventuring and doing what we love with those we love for many years to come.

Uphill Travel Policy

Mt. Bachelor’s uphill travel policy has been an ongoing question within the alpine touring community of Central OR. As of today, March 18, 2020, our full closure remains in effect through March 22 while we continue to evaluate operations in response to our rapidly changing environment. We are giving all scenarios our strongest consideration and if we can find a solution that properly balances staff safety, skier safety, resort liability, and the regulatory environment while providing a valuable service to our snow-loving community, we will revise our policy beyond March 22, 2020. 

Mt. Bachelor operates on public land under a special use permit issued and administered by the United States Forest Service. Under this permit Mt. Bachelor maintains the authority to control access to all land within the permit area, up to, and including a complete closure. For the everyone’s safety, please respect our decision to temporarily close the permit area to public access as maintenance operations will continue to take place during the shutdown. Any violation of this closure will result in reporting to local law enforcement agencies. 

We appreciate working together as a community. Let’s continue to work together and be adaptable and compassionate and we’ll get through this together, stronger.

COVID-19 Public Update

 

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_since_3_pm 4
snowfall_last_24_hours 8
snowfall_last_3_days 0
snowfall_last_7_days 8
snowfall_season 275

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_since_3_pm 4
snowfall_last_24_hours 8
snowfall_last_3_days 0
snowfall_last_7_days 7
snowfall_season 287

Weather Sensor Data

time Mar 25, 2020 09:00 AM
wv-base 93.3
wv-temp 16.86
sunrise-temp 13.08
pine-temp 12.52
northwest-temp 10.3
summit-temp
wv-rh 94
pine-rh 95
summit-rh
sunrise-wind-avg 16
sunrise-wind-max 27
sunrise-wind-dir 296
pine-wind-avg 19
pine-wind-max 30
pine-wind-dir 288
northwest-wind-avg 17
northwest-wind-max 33
northwest-wind-dir 294
summit-wind-avg
summit-wind-max
summit-wind-dir

Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com

Conditions Report: Tuesday, March 24th 2020, 3:05 pm

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:

** Operations Suspended Until Further Notice **

We have continued to monitor the dynamic and unprecedented COVID-19 public health crisis and, as a result of the unfolding events surrounding it, our team has made the determination to extend the suspension of our resort operations. This means we are closed for now but, while we cannot underestimate the extreme fluidity of our current situation, our goal is to reopen as soon as we can.

With this announcement, we are also canceling all winter / spring Mt. Bachelor events. We were all looking forward to delivering memorable experiences through our Sunchaser Spring events, including the 10 Barrel Hella Big Air, Subaru Winterfest, Big Wave Challenge, and of course hosting the second annual RendezVan festival. These events will be back next season, and we can confirm that the Woodward Peace Park Championships will take place at Mt. Bachelor in spring 2021.

Given the extenuating circumstances related to COVID-19, we have modified our cancellation policies and our Mt. Bachelor Central Reservations team can be reached via text at 541-382-1709 or email at info@mtbachelor.com with questions and changes. With the cancellation of RendezVan 2020, all RendezVan RV and camping reservations will be refunded within seven days and no further action is needed. We anticipate heavy activity over the next several days and appreciate your patience as we work hard to respond to all inquiries.

We continue to share the same belief as many of you – that spending time in the mountains, enjoying nature and the outdoors is important to leading a fulfilling life, and this is why we will continue to monitor the situation with the hope of being able to resume operations when the COVID-19 threat subsides.

We realize this decision will be disappointing to many, but this is a serious public health crisis and closing our operations for now is the best thing we can do to help stop the spread of COVID-19. During this time, we encourage everyone to do their part to enable social distancing, an important step to mitigate the risks associated with COVID-19.

Our ultimate goal is for us all to have a healthy return to the mountains, to ski, ride, bike and play after this situation improves. We thank you for your patience and understanding in this situation. Please stay safe so that we may enjoy more days adventuring and doing what we love with those we love for many years to come.

Uphill Travel Policy

Mt. Bachelor’s uphill travel policy has been an ongoing question within the alpine touring community of Central OR. As of today, March 18, 2020, our full closure remains in effect through March 22 while we continue to evaluate operations in response to our rapidly changing environment. We are giving all scenarios our strongest consideration and if we can find a solution that properly balances staff safety, skier safety, resort liability, and the regulatory environment while providing a valuable service to our snow-loving community, we will revise our policy beyond March 22, 2020. 

Mt. Bachelor operates on public land under a special use permit issued and administered by the United States Forest Service. Under this permit Mt. Bachelor maintains the authority to control access to all land within the permit area, up to, and including a complete closure. For the everyone’s safety, please respect our decision to temporarily close the permit area to public access as maintenance operations will continue to take place during the shutdown. Any violation of this closure will result in reporting to local law enforcement agencies. 

We appreciate working together as a community. Let’s continue to work together and be adaptable and compassionate and we’ll get through this together, stronger.

COVID-19 Public Update

 

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_since_3_pm 4
snowfall_last_24_hours 4
snowfall_last_3_days 0
snowfall_last_7_days 4
snowfall_season 271

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_since_3_pm 4
snowfall_last_24_hours 4
snowfall_last_3_days 0
snowfall_last_7_days 4
snowfall_season 283

Weather Sensor Data

time Mar 24, 2020 03:00 PM
wv-base
wv-temp
sunrise-temp 21.4
pine-temp 20.69
northwest-temp 19.33
summit-temp
wv-rh
pine-rh 97
summit-rh
sunrise-wind-avg 8
sunrise-wind-max 27
sunrise-wind-dir 266
pine-wind-avg 14
pine-wind-max 29
pine-wind-dir 278
northwest-wind-avg 30
northwest-wind-max 49
northwest-wind-dir 288
summit-wind-avg
summit-wind-max
summit-wind-dir

Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com

Conditions Report: Friday, March 20th 2020, 12:47 pm

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:

** Operations Suspended Until Further Notice **

We have continued to monitor the dynamic and unprecedented COVID-19 public health crisis and, as a result of the unfolding events surrounding it, our team has made the determination to extend the suspension of our resort operations. This means we are closed for now but, while we cannot underestimate the extreme fluidity of our current situation, our goal is to reopen as soon as we can.

With this announcement, we are also canceling all winter / spring Mt. Bachelor events. We were all looking forward to delivering memorable experiences through our Sunchaser Spring events, including the 10 Barrel Hella Big Air, Subaru Winterfest, Big Wave Challenge, and of course hosting the second annual RendezVan festival. These events will be back next season, and we can confirm that the Woodward Peace Park Championships will take place at Mt. Bachelor in spring 2021.

Given the extenuating circumstances related to COVID-19, we have modified our cancellation policies and our Mt. Bachelor Central Reservations team can be reached via text at 541-382-1709 or email at info@mtbachelor.com with questions and changes. With the cancellation of RendezVan 2020, all RendezVan RV and camping reservations will be refunded within seven days and no further action is needed. For Pass products, including full, midweek, 12x and 4x passes, no refunds or credits will be given at this time as we are currently planning to be winter operational again this season. We anticipate heavy activity over the next several days and appreciate your patience as we work hard to respond to all inquiries.

We continue to share the same belief as many of you – that spending time in the mountains, enjoying nature and the outdoors is important to leading a fulfilling life, and this is why we will continue to monitor the situation with the hope of being able to resume operations when the COVID-19 threat subsides.

We realize this decision will be disappointing to many, but this is a serious public health crisis and closing our operations for now is the best thing we can do to help stop the spread of COVID-19. During this time, we encourage everyone to do their part to enable social distancing, an important step to mitigate the risks associated with COVID-19.

Our ultimate goal is for us all to have a healthy return to the mountains, to ski, ride, bike and play after this situation improves. We thank you for your patience and understanding in this situation. Please stay safe so that we may enjoy more days adventuring and doing what we love with those we love for many years to come.

Uphill Travel Policy

Mt. Bachelor’s uphill travel policy has been an ongoing question within the alpine touring community of Central OR. As of today, March 18, 2020, our full closure remains in effect through March 22 while we continue to evaluate operations in response to our rapidly changing environment. We are giving all scenarios our strongest consideration and if we can find a solution that properly balances staff safety, skier safety, resort liability, and the regulatory environment while providing a valuable service to our snow-loving community, we will revise our policy beyond March 22, 2020. 

Mt. Bachelor operates on public land under a special use permit issued and administered by the United States Forest Service. Under this permit Mt. Bachelor maintains the authority to control access to all land within the permit area, up to, and including a complete closure. For the everyone’s safety, please respect our decision to temporarily close the permit area to public access as maintenance operations will continue to take place during the shutdown. Any violation of this closure will result in reporting to local law enforcement agencies. 

We appreciate working together as a community. Let’s continue to work together and be adaptable and compassionate and we’ll get through this together, stronger.

COVID-19 Public Update

 

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 0
snowfall_last_7_days 14
snowfall_season 271

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 3
snowfall_last_7_days 15
snowfall_season 283

Weather Sensor Data

time Mar 20, 2020 12:00 PM
wv-base 86.4
wv-temp 39.36
sunrise-temp 37.28
pine-temp 31.73
northwest-temp 30.3
summit-temp
wv-rh 55
pine-rh 65
summit-rh
sunrise-wind-avg 3
sunrise-wind-max 12
sunrise-wind-dir 112
pine-wind-avg 12
pine-wind-max 22
pine-wind-dir 122
northwest-wind-avg 4
northwest-wind-max 13
northwest-wind-dir 165
summit-wind-avg
summit-wind-max
summit-wind-dir

Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com

Conditions Report: Wednesday, March 18th 2020, 4:52 pm

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:

** Operations Suspended Effective 03.15.20 through 03.22.20 **

Due to the COVID-19 situation and for the safety of our staff, our guests, and our community, operations and activities (including uphill travel) have been suspended effective March 15, 2020, through March 22, 2020. Please see our COVID-19 page for the latest information as we adapt to this dynamic situation.

Uphill Travel Policy

Mt. Bachelor’s uphill travel policy has been an ongoing question within the alpine touring community of Central OR. As of today, March 18, 2020, our full closure remains in effect through March 22 while we continue to evaluate operations in response to our rapidly changing environment. We are giving all scenarios our strongest consideration and if we can find a solution that properly balances staff safety, skier safety, resort liability, and the regulatory environment while providing a valuable service to our snow-loving community, we will revise our policy beyond March 22, 2020. 

Mt. Bachelor operates on public land under a special use permit issued and administered by the United States Forest Service. Under this permit Mt. Bachelor maintains the authority to control access to all land within the permit area, up to, and including a complete closure. For the everyone’s safety, please respect our decision to temporarily close the permit area to public access as maintenance operations will continue to take place during the shutdown. Any violation of this closure will result in reporting to local law enforcement agencies. 

We appreciate working together as a community. Let’s continue to work together and be adaptable and compassionate and we’ll get through this together, stronger.

COVID-19 Public Update

 

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 3
snowfall_last_7_days 14
snowfall_season 271

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 3
snowfall_last_7_days 15
snowfall_season 283

Weather Sensor Data

time Mar 18, 2020 05:00 PM
wv-base
wv-temp
sunrise-temp 31.3
pine-temp 26.17
northwest-temp 26.18
summit-temp
wv-rh
pine-rh 82
summit-rh
sunrise-wind-avg 1
sunrise-wind-max 6
sunrise-wind-dir 145
pine-wind-avg 6
pine-wind-max 13
pine-wind-dir 202
northwest-wind-avg 3
northwest-wind-max 23
northwest-wind-dir 246
summit-wind-avg
summit-wind-max
summit-wind-dir

Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com

Conditions Report: Tuesday, March 17th 2020, 3:06 pm

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:

** Operations Suspended Effective 03.15.20 through 03.22.20 **

Due to the COVID-19 situation and for the safety of our staff, our guests, and our community, operations and activities (including uphill travel) have been suspended effective March 15, 2020, through March 22, 2020. Please see our COVID-19 page for the latest information as we adapt to this dynamic situation.

Uphill travel has been closed until further notice. The short answer on “why” is safety for our staff and guests. Things are changing fast for us right now. We are still going to have safety and control work and equipment like snowcats and snowmobiles that will be active around the mountain. This is not like a planned end of season closure. We have a lot of things to work through and take care of and we would very much appreciate everyone’s cooperation by observing the full closure until the situation is clearer.

COVID-19 Public Update

 

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 8
snowfall_last_7_days 14
snowfall_season 271

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 8
snowfall_last_7_days 15
snowfall_season 283

Weather Sensor Data

time Mar 17, 2020 03:00 PM
wv-base
wv-temp
sunrise-temp 0
pine-temp 29.01
northwest-temp 21.86
summit-temp
wv-rh
pine-rh 47
summit-rh
sunrise-wind-avg
sunrise-wind-max
sunrise-wind-dir
pine-wind-avg 7
pine-wind-max 15
pine-wind-dir 62
northwest-wind-avg 17
northwest-wind-max 27
northwest-wind-dir 82
summit-wind-avg
summit-wind-max
summit-wind-dir

Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com

Conditions Report: Monday, March 16th 2020, 9:04 am

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:

** Operations Suspended Effective 03.15.20 through 03.22.20 **

Due to the COVID-19 situation and for the safety of our staff, our guests, and our community, operations and activities (including uphill travel) have been suspended effective March 15, 2020, through March 22, 2020. Please see our COVID-19 page for the latest information as we adapt to this dynamic situation.

Uphill travel has been closed until further notice. The short answer on “why” is safety for our staff and guests. Things are changing fast for us right now. We are still going to have safety and control work and equipment like snowcats and snowmobiles that will be active around the mountain. This is not like a planned end of season closure. We have a lot of things to work through and take care of and we would very much appreciate everyone’s cooperation by observing the full closure until the situation is clearer.

COVID-19 Public Update

 

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_since_3_pm 3
snowfall_last_24_hours 8
snowfall_last_3_days 14
snowfall_last_7_days 16
snowfall_season 271

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_since_3_pm 3
snowfall_last_24_hours 8
snowfall_last_3_days 15
snowfall_last_7_days 17
snowfall_season 283

Weather Sensor Data

time Mar 16, 2020 09:00 AM
wv-base
wv-temp
sunrise-temp 0
pine-temp 20.73
northwest-temp 20
summit-temp
wv-rh
pine-rh 98
summit-rh
sunrise-wind-avg
sunrise-wind-max
sunrise-wind-dir
pine-wind-avg 49
pine-wind-max 74
pine-wind-dir 90
northwest-wind-avg 13
northwest-wind-max 25
northwest-wind-dir 93
summit-wind-avg
summit-wind-max
summit-wind-dir

Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com

Conditions Report: Sunday, March 15th 2020, 8:19 am

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:

** Operations Suspended Effective 03.15.20 through 03.22.20 **

Due to the COVID-19 situation and for the safety of our staff, our guests, and our community, operations and activities (including uphill travel) have been suspended effective March 15, 2020, through March 22, 2020. Please see our COVID-19 page for the latest information as we adapt to this dynamic situation.

Uphill travel has been closed until further notice. The short answer on “why” is safety for our staff and guests. Things are changing fast for us right now. We are still going to have safety and control work and equipment like snowcats and snowmobiles that will be active around the mountain. This is not like a planned end of season closure. We have a lot of things to work through and take care of and we would very much appreciate everyone’s cooperation by observing the full closure until the situation is clearer.

COVID-19 Public Update

 

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_since_3_pm 5
snowfall_last_24_hours 6
snowfall_last_3_days 11
snowfall_last_7_days 13
snowfall_season 268

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_since_3_pm 5
snowfall_last_24_hours 7
snowfall_last_3_days 12
snowfall_last_7_days 14
snowfall_season 280

Weather Sensor Data

time Mar 15, 2020 08:00 AM
wv-base 91.9
wv-temp 13.24
sunrise-temp 10.8
pine-temp 10.74
northwest-temp 11.2
summit-temp
wv-rh 92
pine-rh 94
summit-rh
sunrise-wind-avg 4
sunrise-wind-max 12
sunrise-wind-dir 146
pine-wind-avg 26
pine-wind-max 39
pine-wind-dir 169
northwest-wind-avg 23
northwest-wind-max 34
northwest-wind-dir 170
summit-wind-avg
summit-wind-max
summit-wind-dir

Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com

Conditions Report: Saturday, March 14th 2020, 5:55 am

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:

Good Morning!

Those snow dances have paid off! 5” of fresh snow fell overnight and it looks like it will continue to snow the rest of the day! The forecast for Saturday calls for snowfall through all the runs today with the possibility of free refills! Temperatures will be in the low 20’s for much of the day while winds will start out moderate but should decrease as the day goes on. So unpack the fat stick and the powder planks, for Saturday is looking to deliver a much awaited snowy day!

COVID-19 Public Update : The majority of our operations and services are currently available and we plan to maintain normal operations through the spring.

The following events have been cancelled: Cascade Crest Nordic Ski Race, 10 Barrel Locals Only at Skyliner Lift, Oregon Adaptive Sports Ski-For-All, MBSEF Mini World Cup, SheJumps Jr. Ski Patrol and Subaru WinterFest.

Drive safe and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_since_3_pm 5
snowfall_last_24_hours 5
snowfall_last_3_days 5
snowfall_last_7_days 7
snowfall_season 262

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_since_3_pm 5
snowfall_last_24_hours 5
snowfall_last_3_days 5
snowfall_last_7_days 7
snowfall_season 273

Weather Sensor Data

time Mar 13, 2020 09:02 PM
wv-base
wv-temp
sunrise-temp 0
pine-temp
northwest-temp
summit-temp 16.17
wv-rh
pine-rh
summit-rh 93
sunrise-wind-avg
sunrise-wind-max
sunrise-wind-dir
pine-wind-avg
pine-wind-max
pine-wind-dir
northwest-wind-avg
northwest-wind-max
northwest-wind-dir
summit-wind-avg 7
summit-wind-max 11
summit-wind-dir 360

Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com

Conditions Report: Friday, March 13th 2020, 5:48 am

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:

Good Morning & Happy Friday!

Another Friday and here comes another shakeup to spring-like weather conditions – Mother Nature has been playing the same game for the last few weeks now and always finding a way to refresh the slopes with snow for the weekend. We notice high cloud cover in the sky and colder temperatures in the pre-dawn hours this morning with the day’s forecast calling for clouds to build and temperatures to remain cold. The snow surface took a fairly firm set overnight and will be skiing/riding fast with sharp edges being your friend today. Snowfall is expected to start around 6:00 p.m. this evening and continue most of the weekend, the final week of “winter” is looking to deliver some goods and we’ll take it. Come on up and kick off the weekend early with some fast laps and get those snow dances going!  

When Summit opens, fantastic views and unparalleled run options are abundant. With the way that Mother Nature has shaped our winter season so far, some extra caution needs to be taken if you choose to venture to the top of the volcano. Unlike the mid and lower parts of the mountain that has been masterly groomed, only a few select runs are able to be groomed. With conditions being widely variable and unpredictable off the groomed trails, we highly recommend taking runs on either Beverly Hills or Healy Heights. These runs have been groomed overnight and will supply the most enjoyable laps!

Need some fresh gear as we head into spring? Check out the Gravity Sports Spring Sale- happening now! Score some deals in the retail shop where you can save up to 25% on softgoods & accessories and 20% on skis, boots, poles, and snowboards.

Groomer’s Choice: “Advice straight from the snowcat operators on the most enjoyable terrain of the day”

Check back Friday morning for the day’s recommendations

On a standard night of operation our grooming team will lay down fresh corduroy on over 50 trails around the mountain plus terrain parks. Two shifts of operators work to make this happen P.M Shift (4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.) and A.M. Shift (12:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.) We update our grooming report (in the Lifts & Terrain info below) every morning by 7:00 a.m. and indicate which trails were groomed on each shift. 

►The trails listed above show our recommendations for optimal surface conditions   

Drive safe and we look forward to seeing you soon!

 

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_since_3_pm 0
snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 0
snowfall_last_7_days 3
snowfall_season 257

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_since_3_pm 0
snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 0
snowfall_last_7_days 3
snowfall_season 268

Weather Sensor Data

time Mar 13, 2020 04:00 AM
wv-base 84.3
wv-temp 20.92
sunrise-temp 29.58
pine-temp 29.06
northwest-temp 27.45
summit-temp
wv-rh 66
pine-rh 49
summit-rh
sunrise-wind-avg 16
sunrise-wind-max 20
sunrise-wind-dir 276
pine-wind-avg 5
pine-wind-max 11
pine-wind-dir 289
northwest-wind-avg 1
northwest-wind-max 9
northwest-wind-dir 284
summit-wind-avg
summit-wind-max
summit-wind-dir

Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com

Conditions Report: Thursday, March 12th 2020, 5:49 am

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:

Good Morning!

We are seeing a clear sky this morning as we get excited for another day of awesome skiing and riding up at Mt. Bachelor! Temperatures are slightly colder than we have seen the last few mornings with most of the mountain sitting in the 20’s. The outlook for the day ahead appears to be following the forgoing spring-like conditions we have seen this week, with possibly a firmer touch to the snow out of the gate. Sunshine is set to return, and soften the snow by the afternoon, we should be sitting in the high 30’s or low 40’s before too long with light to moderate winds – the makings for an enjoyable day of lapping your favorite runs with your friends!   

When Summit open, fantastic views and unparalleled run options are abundant. With the way that Mother Nature has shaped our winter season so far, some extra caution needs to be taken if you choose to venture to the top of the volcano. Unlike the mid and lower parts of the mountain that has been masterly groomed, only a few select runs are able to be groomed. With conditions being widely variable and unpredictable off the groomed trails, we highly recommend taking runs on either Beverly Hills, Healy Heights or Wanoga. These runs have been groomed overnight and will supply the most enjoyable laps!

Groomer’s Choice: “Advice straight from the snowcat operators on the most enjoyable terrain of the day”

Check back Thursday morning for the day’s recommendations.

On a standard night of operation our grooming team will lay down fresh corduroy on over 50 trails around the mountain plus terrain parks. Two shifts of operators work to make this happen P.M Shift (4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.) and A.M. Shift (12:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.) We update our grooming report (in the Lifts & Terrain info below) every morning by 7:00 a.m. and indicate which trails were groomed on each shift. 

►The trails listed above show our recommendations for optimal surface conditions   

Drive safe and we look forward to seeing you soon!

 

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_since_3_pm 0
snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 2
snowfall_last_7_days 3
snowfall_season 257

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_since_3_pm 0
snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 2
snowfall_last_7_days 3
snowfall_season 268

Weather Sensor Data

time Mar 12, 2020 04:00 AM
wv-base 84.6
wv-temp 21.69
sunrise-temp 30.51
pine-temp 28.36
northwest-temp 28.36
summit-temp
wv-rh 41
pine-rh 14
summit-rh
sunrise-wind-avg 10
sunrise-wind-max 20
sunrise-wind-dir 314
pine-wind-avg 2
pine-wind-max 9
pine-wind-dir 154
northwest-wind-avg 13
northwest-wind-max 22
northwest-wind-dir 66
summit-wind-avg
summit-wind-max
summit-wind-dir

Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com

Conditions Report: Wednesday, March 11th 2020, 5:52 am

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:

Good Morning!

The mountain sits under clear and calm skies and is moonlight from a still mostly full moon on Wednesday morning. We are expecting another beautiful day here at Mt. Bachelor with plenty of sunshine and mild weather to come and spring-like conditions out on the slopes. Temperatures barely dipped below freezing overnight and are in the low 30’s to start the day off. We should see a daytime high in the low 40’s come by the afternoon and the winds are forecasted to be light to moderate. With sweatshirt weather back be sure to add some skiing/riding into your midweek plans and come soak in some high altitude sunshine today!

When Summit opens, fantastic views and unparalleled run options are abundant. With the way that Mother Nature has shaped our winter season so far, some extra caution needs to be taken if you choose to venture to the top of the volcano. Unlike the mid and lower parts of the mountain that has been masterly groomed, only a few select runs are able to be groomed. With conditions being widely variable and unpredictable off the groomed trails, we highly recommend taking runs on either Beverly Hills, Healy Heights or Wanoga. These runs have been groomed overnight and will supply the most enjoyable laps!

Groomer’s Choice: “Advice straight from the snowcat operators on the most enjoyable terrain of the day”

Check back Wednesday morning for the day’s recommendations.

On a standard night of operation our grooming team will lay down fresh corduroy on over 50 trails around the mountain plus terrain parks. Two shifts of operators work to make this happen P.M Shift (4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.) and A.M. Shift (12:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.) We update our grooming report (in the Lifts & Terrain info below) every morning by 7:00 a.m. and indicate which trails were groomed on each shift. 

►The trails listed above show our recommendations for optimal surface conditions   

Drive safe and we look forward to seeing you soon!

 

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_since_3_pm 0
snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 2
snowfall_last_7_days 3
snowfall_season 257

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_since_3_pm 0
snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 2
snowfall_last_7_days 3
snowfall_season 268

Weather Sensor Data

time Mar 11, 2020 05:00 AM
wv-base 85.2
wv-temp 33.86
sunrise-temp 31.75
pine-temp 29.59
northwest-temp 27.78
summit-temp
wv-rh 71
pine-rh 88
summit-rh
sunrise-wind-avg 33
sunrise-wind-max 46
sunrise-wind-dir 275
pine-wind-avg 32
pine-wind-max 41
pine-wind-dir 297
northwest-wind-avg 31
northwest-wind-max 45
northwest-wind-dir 291
summit-wind-avg
summit-wind-max
summit-wind-dir

Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com

Conditions Report: Tuesday, March 10th 2020, 6:00 am

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:

Good Morning!

A full moon shines down on the slopes as the snow cats continue to print fresh corduroy all over the mountain! The forecast for Tuesday has us returning back to the spring like conditions. Not a cloud is in sight, so a sunny day looks to be in sight. Temperatures are starting out chilly, but will slowly rise throughout the day, ending up in the high 30’s by the afternoon. There’s only a slight breeze out on the slopes and should not get any stronger than that today. With Tuesday shaping up to be a beautiful day to be out on the slopes, come on up to mountain this morning and take a lap off the cone in the moonlight!

When Summit is open, the lift always supplies fantastic views and unparalleled run options. With the way that Mother Nature has shaped our winter season so far, some extra caution needs to be taken if you choose to venture to the top of the volcano. Unlike the mid and lower parts of the mountain that has been masterly groomed, only a few select runs are able to be groomed. With conditions being widely variable and unpredictable off the groomed trails, we highly recommend taking runs on either Beverly Hills, Healy Heights or Wanoga. These runs have been groomed overnight and will supply the most enjoyable laps!

Groomer’s Choice: “Advice straight from the snowcat operators on the most enjoyable terrain of the day”

Check back Tuesday morning for the day’s recommendations.

On a standard night of operation our grooming team will lay down fresh corduroy on over 50 trails around the mountain plus terrain parks. Two shifts of operators work to make this happen P.M Shift (4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.) and A.M. Shift (12:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.) We update our grooming report (in the Lifts & Terrain info below) every morning by 7:00 a.m. and indicate which trails were groomed on each shift. 

►The trails listed above show our recommendations for optimal surface conditions   

Drive safe and we look forward to seeing you soon!

 

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_since_3_pm 0
snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 2
snowfall_last_7_days 3
snowfall_season 257

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_since_3_pm 0
snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 2
snowfall_last_7_days 3
snowfall_season 268

Weather Sensor Data

time Mar 10, 2020 05:00 AM
wv-base 86.2
wv-temp 14.89
sunrise-temp 18.89
pine-temp 21.54
northwest-temp 22.72
summit-temp
wv-rh 86
pine-rh 43
summit-rh
sunrise-wind-avg 0
sunrise-wind-max 2
sunrise-wind-dir 216
pine-wind-avg 1
pine-wind-max 8
pine-wind-dir 214
northwest-wind-avg 1
northwest-wind-max 11
northwest-wind-dir 177
summit-wind-avg
summit-wind-max
summit-wind-dir

Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com