Snow Report for Monday, January 21
Trails Planned Open: 106
Percentage of Terrain Open: 99%
Lifts Planned Open: 13
Lifts Open: 8:30am-4pm (Village Chair 11am-8pm)
What's Happening
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22" of beautiful snow on Sunday delivered a truly memorable day!  We have tons of glades open all over the mountain.  Be advised of today's cold forecast as the strong storm moves out and leaves low temperatures and blustery northwest winds behind.  If you're out to grab your share of the fresh powder today, layer up well, stay hydrated, and stash some warmers and snacks in your pocket.  Check out our lodges on most or every run today to keep yourself warm- the upper level of the Saddle Lodge is a particularly comfortable place to get cozy while enjoying the views!  Groomers have been working hard to level out almost two feet of new snow- expect powder conditions again for Monday.  High Peaks Area skiers- plan to exit that area via Wood Out and down to the North Quad.  Remember to grab your e-tickets in advance and save yourself some time and money.

Special Notes

Don't forget, your lift ticket or season pass is valid at our Nordic Center and Village Slopes at the Ski Bowl, where tomorrow we will be hosting the USASA Border/Skiercross event. This exciting freestyle race begins at 11am. Because there is more midweek snow in the forecast, check out our weekend ski and stay packages for future mountain fun!  Safety reminder: Prior to using any lift,  need to know how to load, ride, and unload safely. Be sure to ask one of our friendly lift attendants if you have any questions. They are there to help. Today's Food Court lunch special is a Bacon Cheeseburger for $9.50 (passholders always save 20% off the special). 


Your daily update from Em, Cindy, and friends!
January 21 Pod
January 20, 2019

Thank you so much for tuning in, this is Emily with your More Gore Podcast for Monday January 21, Ski Day #62. 

As we wrap up a storm that some of the weather folks named Harper, it's time to move on to the next phase of this active weather holiday weekend and that is the cold

and wind that are taking the stage to blow this healthy dump of snow out of town.  22" is our grand total on this one, but plenty of flakes still blowing around that

could add a number or two... there is going to be tons of terrain open for your MLK Monday- provided those winds stay in check- that is what we will all be keeping an

eye on Monday morning and of course throughout the day.

106 trails planned open serviced by 13 lifts- those skiing in the High Peaks Area please plan on exiting out to the North Side- that lift does not appreciate the intense

cold- and hey neither do your smiling faces.  This forecast is not one to be messing with- it means business- Keep every stitch of yourself covered up with every quality

layer you've got and dress so that if you end up outside longer than you might have planned, you'll be safe and comfortable.  Safety first, the powder will be here, I

promise.  Ride the gondola- drink fluids, visit lodges on most runs on a day like this. 

Some classic favorites are good to go today- Open Pit is going, pretty much every single glade- and plenty to choose from throughout the interconnect area and Little

Gore Mountain- everything will be powder conditions- packed powder following up that- despite an aggressive night of grooming, everything heads back to pure

powder pretty quick once we get a few skiers and riders enjoying it again.  
So those fireworks originally set for Sunday, January 20 we will put those off to another fun day later this season- just stay in touch with our events calendar on that

item.  USASA Boarder/Skiercross is on- check out that freestyle action today at the Ski Bowl- which is also open until 8pm under the lights. 

A slight chance of snow showers between noon and 3pm. Areas of blowing snow between noon and 3pm. Partly sunny and cold, with a high near 0. Wind chill values

as low as -35. Northwest wind 16 to 18 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Chance of precipitation is 20%.

Powder day tickets are for sale on our website- so you can cash in on great savings when you pick your dates in advance, or try a skier card for discounts on your

schedule whenever you can join us. 

Bacon Cheeseburger- $9.50 on the lunch special- passholders get 20% off. 

Thank you so much for tuning in, and make it a great snow day out there! 

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