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One More Day Of February Snow

Posted on February 28th, 2014

It was short lived, but it started dumping snow at of 7:30 a.m. Even a 20 percent chance of snow pays off the last day of this epic February.


Mostly cloudy, with a high near 30 degrees dropping to 24 degrees by 4 p.m. Light northeast wind becoming north 5 to 15 mph in the morning.

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

Expect changing surface conditions throughout the day as warm temps to start the day cool off quickly in the afternoon.

You’ll want to carve up corduroy groomed on the a.m. schedule first this morning as the p.m. groom will be rather firm. Warmer morning temps will soften it up making it choice rippin cruiser turns. 

Off-piste conditions should will vary in the morning becoming near spring like by mid-day.

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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