Weather

clearing

Clearing

Surface Condition: Primary Packed Powder Secondary Fluffy

TOP
6,830'
6”
OVERNIGHT
6”
24 HOURS
9”
48 HOURS
68”
SNOW DEPTH
31˚
TEMP
BOTTOM
4,570’
5”
OVERNIGHT
5”
24 HOURS
8”
48 HOURS
48”
SNOW DEPTH
33˚
TEMP

Mountain Status

typeNameStatusHoursNotes
liftMt. Rainier Gondola19am-3:30pm
lift
Chinook Express19am-4pm
lift
Forest Queen19am-3:45pm
liftDiscovery19am-4pm*
lift
Quicksilver19am-4pm*
liftChair 6410am-3:30pmHold for AC
liftRainier Express19am-3:30pm
liftGreen Valley19am-3:30pm
liftNorthway410am-3pmHold for AC
liftGold Hills19am-4pm*

Tips Up

Tips Up: January 19, 2019 at 8:26 a.m. More snow has fallen! We received 6” since closing time yesterday, 9″ over the past 48 hours.  After some reports from teams out on the snow this morning, it’s looking like there is a breakable crust on the surface of all the new snow. We advise you take caution and keep those tips up today while skiing off piste. Temps climbed to 34 degrees overnight but remained below freezing at the summit, so expect some variable conditions while exploring the mountain, on and off piste. This will be the last snow we get before high pressure moves in bringing mostly dry and sunny weather for the next several days. Patrol is headed out this morning to conduct avalanche control work, please obey all closures and do not duck any ropelines!  We are open for night skiing until 8pm tonight and tomorrow, and 6pm on Monday. January is a great time to review the responsibility codes, it’s important to know and respect them so that you and everyone around you has a fun and safe experience on the mountain! Guest satisfaction is very important to us!  Please take a few minutes to complete our guest survey and let us know how we’re doing.  Thanks, and see you on the slopes!