9:00 update: snowing lightly, visibility reduced to 400 yds. Groomers reporting this last day of January at 5am with just a trace of new snow to report. Clouds are high and visibility unlimited as they can see the lights of Kalispell. Temperature dropped just a few degrees overnight with cloudcover holding relatively warm conditions in.… (keep reading)
12:45 update: unlimited visibility. The snow is EXCELLENT out there. Feels like so much more than 4 inches! 8:45 update: Snowing and blowing a bit with wind out of the south at 10-15mph on the top of the mountain and calmer on the slopes. Visibility at 300 yards. Groomers reporting in this Wednesday morning at… (keep reading)
On our regular schedule, closed Monday and Tuesday. There is a moist air mass in place and depending on the strength of the jet stream expecting snow this Monday & Tuesday = POWDER WEDNESDAY.
Groomers reporting in under the bright light of 2013’s first full moon at 5 am this Sunday morning. With 3 inches of new snow on the 24 hour stake, half an inch over night. Temperatures have cooled and clouds are broken. The forecast is calling for a chance of snow yet today and again every day in the… (keep reading)
10:00: check out web cam= unlimited visibility 8:30 update: IT IS DUMPING, we have had several more inches of beautiful powder since 5am. Get up here it is going to be a good one! Groomers reporting in at 5am with an inch and a half of new snow. There were a couple of good spurts during the night… (keep reading)
8:45 update: It is snowing those tiny little flakes that add up and make it fun. Visibility is 400 yards and there’s a little SW wind on top of the mountain, calm on the slopes. Groomers reporting in this Friday morning at 5 am with variable conditions. Weather is changing as most of the mountain… (keep reading)
Groomers reporting in this Thursday morning at 5am with snow lightly falling. An inch of new is freshening the slopes and visibility is good as the lights of Kalispell can be seen through a thin layer of clouds. There seem to be several layers of clouds moving up and down. The forecast is showing snow every day… (keep reading)