Mountain Report

Tips Up March 21, 2019 at 3:45 p.m. Good afternoon from Crystal Mountain! Today we are seeing more mild spring-like conditions, with clouds developing throughout the day. The surface has begun to soften on the sunnier slopes and is remaining firm in the shade. Tomorrow we will shift to light scattered showers and much cooler temps.  As usual, our Grooming Team is working hard throughout the night to lay out some of the best groomer skiing and riding in the Northwest. Come up and enjoy some fun Spring turns!

Right Angle Sports is currently having a progressive sale- which means 30-50% off retail and East Peak Demo Center gear.

Spring Promotions: As the weather heats up, so are the deals!  Emergency Services members including Police, Firefighters and EMT’s receive 50% off walk-up ticket rates now until March 24th. Simply present your ID/Credentials at the ticket window. We’re also taking care of College Students and Teachers this Spring Break with 50% off walk-up ticket rates from March 22nd-31st. Learn More

Spring Events: The 2* Freeride World Qualifier will be taking place today on Northway Peak, then on Saturday the 4* Freeride World Qualifier be going down on Silver King!  Come watch as these rippers go big in hopes of landing a spot on the podium!  As always the Mountain Music Series will taking place Saturday from 2-5 p.m. on the Sundeck!  The biggest party of the year is going down March 30th, get your tickets now for the 18th Annual Dirt Bag Ball. The Sturtevant’s Spring Fling will also be taking place next Saturday where you can demo next years gear, followed by Skimo on Sunday the 31st! The fun continues with the Mike Brooks Brewfest on April 6th along with the Red Bull Homerun.  The Last Ditch Effort is back and will be happening April 6th.  To finish up the season, the Elysian Bikini Downhill will be taking place April 20th followed by the Sierra Nevada Spring Splash on April 21st.  We also have some fun Easter activities planned for closing day including Easter Brunch at the Summit House so make your reservations now.  April 21st will be the final day of the 2018-2019 ski and snowboard season so we hope you can join us a few more times before we switch gears to summer.

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Snowfall Totals

Snowfall Totals
0”
OVERNIGHT
6,230 FT.
0”
24 HOURS
6,230 FT.
0”
48 HOURS
6,230 FT.
0”
OVERNIGHT
4,570 FT.
0”
24 HOURS
4,570 FT.
0”
48 HOURS
4,570 FT.
53”
SNOW DEPTH
4,570 FT.
87”
SNOW DEPTH
6,230 FT.
364”
SEASON
TOTAL

Temperatures

  • 33°F

    4,570 FT.
  • 41°F

    6,230 FT.
  • 37°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.

14.0 MPH S

Surface Conditions

Surface Conditions
Powder
Packed Powder
xMachine Groomed
xHard Packed
Heavy Snow
xSpring
xVariable

Snowmaking

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

Snowfall Chart