Mountain Report

Tips Up: January 19, 2019 at 4:45 p.m. We received 6” of fresh snow overnight, 9″ over the past 48 hours.  Temps climbed to 34 degrees overnight but remained below freezing at the summit, however we saw some variable conditions while exploring the mountain today. This will be the last snow we get before high pressure moves in bringing mostly dry and sunny weather for the next several days. We are open for night skiing until 8pm tonight and tomorrow, and 6pm on Monday.  We hope you can join us!

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!

 


 

 

 

 

Snowfall Totals

Snowfall Totals
6”
OVERNIGHT
6,230 FT.
6”
24 HOURS
6,230 FT.
9”
48 HOURS
6,230 FT.
5”
OVERNIGHT
4,570 FT.
5”
24 HOURS
4,570 FT.
8”
48 HOURS
4,570 FT.
48”
SNOW DEPTH
4,570 FT.
68”
SNOW DEPTH
6,230 FT.
206”
SEASON
TOTAL

Temperatures

  • 33°F

    4,570 FT.
  • 32°F

    6,230 FT.
  • 31°F

    6,830 FT.

Webcams

Mt. Rainier Gondola (6,856 FT.)
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Chair 6 (7,002 FT.) view larger picture
Gold Hills (5,044 FT.)
Chair 6 (6,080 FT.) view larger picture
Base Camp (4,440 FT.) view larger picture

Average Wind Speed at 6,830 FT.

27.0 MPH SE

Surface Conditions

Surface Conditions
xPowder
Packed Powder
xMachine Groomed
Hard Packed
xHeavy Snow
Spring
Variable

Snowmaking

Snowmaking
OvernightIn-progress
Broadway
Tinkerbell
Quicksilver
The Burn
Upper Arwine's
Lower Arwine's
Lower Ferk's
Lower Deer Fly
Meadow

Snowfall Chart