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Dumpin' Snow. Rainin' Bronze, Silver, and Gold

Posted on March 1st, 2014

We've received over an inch of new snow since 7:00 a.m. and it's raining bronze, silver, and gold medals.


Cloudy, with a high near 15. Southeast wind around 10-20 mph. Wind chill values as low as -6 degrees are possible today. Snow is likely to continue throughout the day with 18-29 inches of new snow possible by Monday night!

Chairlifts in Operation

All chairs in operation, as well as the Pika Peak and #100LAPS Rope Tows.


100 percent of our trails are open.  Check out the grooming report for full details on groomed runs and open terrain.

Surface Conditions

Groomed runs are skiing nicely, especially with the addition of an inch of new snow on top. Runs groomed on the a.m. schedule are softer, but the p.m. goom is still holding a good edge.

Expect hard packed and variable conditions off the groomed runs. Off-piste conditions will continue to improve as the new snow piles up.

Ski and ride with care as unmarked obstacles do exist. Always enjoy the mountain with a partner to share the fun and stay safe.


Special Olympics: Washington State Winter Games Alpine events taking place Friday through Sunday.

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