|Tuesday • 2:57 pm
December 1, 2015
|12 hrs||24 hrs|
|Base Heather Meadows||34"|
|Base Pan Dome||60"|
|Slope Conditions||Machine Groomed|
|Hours||9:00 - 3:30|
|Operation||Normal midweek operation out of the White Salmon Lodge|
|Notes||Temps have been hovering right around freezing today which brought us a few inches of snow at Heather Meadows this morning. We’ve been dry for most of the afternoon and the warmer temps have given us some fun, spring like conditions around the mountain. Forecasts are calling for the potential of 6-8 inches of new snow above 4,000 feet for tomorrow morning so check back in the AM to see what goodness Mother Nature brought us.
Looking further out, the extended forecast is for a couple days of warm temperatures with some systems moving through. Friday morning’s forecast looks promising for snow with NWAC forecasting 6-10 inches above 3,000 feet!
Tomorrow we will be in normal mid-week operation out of the White Salmon Day Lodge with chairs 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, the FREE White Salmon handle tow running and the Raven Hut Lodge open.
For our skiing and snowboarding neighbors, this week (Monday-Friday) Mt. Baker is offering half price ($26 U.S.) lift tickets to 2015-2016 season pass holders from all other ski areas in Washington State and British Columbia. Simply present your 2015-2016 season pass to a ticket office cashier.
Variable snow base conditions exist. Use extra caution because early season snow conditions mean it's possible there may be creeks, rocks, sticks, sudden variations in terrain and other obstacles on or near the areas open for skiing and riding.