Updated: Sunday January 23, 2022 5:00 AM



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Another bluebird Saturday is on the back end of operations, but we’re keeping the fun going until 4 p.m. with our extended winter hours today. We’re running the Single Chair, Sunnyside Double, and Practice Slope, with Callie’s Corner spinning until 3 p.m. We’re looking forward to tomorrow when we’ll bring the Birdland Double into the mix tomorrow, bringing all lifts online for the first time this season! We hope you can get up here and take multiple laps on our mellow Green Circles!

On-piste terrain continues to offer ample coverage underfoot, though you’ll start to notice the natural signs that we’ve been having a lot of fun up here since Monday’s storm. At this point, steeper terrain is getting more skied-off, so rocks and other natural features are starting to show as expected. Lower-angle bumps are holding up well and maintaining good coverage, but it’s not unlikely that you’ll find some ice and scraped-off surfaces along the way. We have plenty of options for machine-groomed carving; our grooming team made passes on most all of our full grooming list for the top of the morning. Packed powder surfaces can be found wherever else, and though the snow has become firmer due to traffic and weathering, you’ll be able to find your edges easily. Two full days of sunshine and human grooming have kept the trails alive and well, and we expect more of the same tomorrow. A chance of snow showers on Sunday could possibly give us a dusting of new snow, but nothing remarkable to speak of at this point. Monday night into Tuesday morning looks promising for some accumulation, but we’ll just have to wait and see on that one.

Ski Patrol is strongly advising that skiers hold off on woods skiing until we see more snowfall. The snow in the trees has settled and changed, and while you may have found some soft turns just after the storm, at this point we’re still a few inches away from comfortably suggesting the glades. Coverage is thin and hazards lie just below the surface of the snow. Stick to on-piste terrain today and you’re likely to have a better, safer time, but if you cannot overcome the overwhelming urge to venture into the trees, at least ski with a buddy so they can help you when you double-eject after hooking on a half-buried log…

Tomorrow will be slightly warmer than today with a high of 20 degrees, and hopefully the wind chill values of -10 degrees won’t put a damper on our lift rides because they’ll only be 10 mph.

Uphill travel is closed during operating hours. For additional information on our uphill policy, click here.

Hours of Operation Today
Lifts: 8:30 – 4:00
Rentals: 8:00 – 4:30

General Store: 8:00 – 4:30
Tickets: 8:00 – 4:00
Ski School Desk: 8:30 – 3:30
Cricket Club: 9:00 – 4:00

Café: 8:30 – 3:00 
Stark’s Pub: 11:00 – 5:00
Birdcage: 10:00 – 2:00
Snack Shack: 10:00 – 2:00 

If you’re not in the area you can keep an eye on all of the action by clicking on our webcam and weather pages.

Head over to our event calendar for a growing list of winter events.