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Snow Valley Snow Conditions Report

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New natural snow : Inches
Last 7 Days: Inches
Total Season Snowfall: 62-73 Inches
Surface Conditons: Machine Groomed Snow to Fresh Snow
Snow Depth: 24-42 Inches
Comments: Heavy Snow Showers

Snow showers began shortly after 11pm Thursday evening and as of 2am Friday morning, we’ve already received several inches of new snow and it’s snowing quite heavily.

Chains are required and as of 2am chain check is at the lower passing lane on Highway 330. This storm has come in colder than expected with the snow level at just below 4,000 feet as of 2am.

Slide Peak

We want to open Slide Peak as much as everyone wants to ride it. The recent storms brought great snow, but not enough yet to open Slide Peak. However, our crews have been back on Slide Peak preparing Lifts 9 & 11 for operation. It’s opening will be determined by the incoming storm. Due to the forecast intensity of the storm and the need to do additional work after the storm to prepare the area, we do not have a set date for Slide’s opening, but we will work hard to make it happen soon!

And the big question we’ve been asked frequently the past few days–Why isn’t it open yet? Please remember Slide Peak’s terrain is unique and needs more snow than we’ve received thus far to open. Just 10 days ago we had temperatures into the 60’s, so we need to establish a base of snow on that terrain. When we open it we want to provide a good experience plus also keep it open for an extended period of time. Think snow and keep your fingers crossed for the next storm arriving later today into Friday.

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