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Snow Report Winter 2020/21

We ♥ SNOW REPORT Winter 2019/20 

Keep yourselves updated with all the changes, as This winter, things will be a little different.

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HELLO SUNSHINE!

JANUARY 8, 2021 • WHAT'S NEW


It's been an amazing new year so far. A week with layer after layer of fresh powder, the sun shines bright!

Whitewater Ski Resort

Total Snow 360 cm + Settled Snowpack 203 cm
With 56 cm of fresh snow during the last week.  

Snow Alert: Tuesday January 12th: -2C with 19 cm!
Follow the Snow

RED Mountain Resort

Total Snow 302 cm + Settled Snowpack 160 cm
With 25 cm of fresh snow during the last 3 days. 
Follow the snow

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POWDER ALERT!

DECEMBER 30, 2020 • WHAT'S NEW


During the last few days of the year it keeps on snowing, here and at the resorts. And there are days in the forecast with incredible amounts to be expected:

Powder Alert: January 1st: 10-15 cm | January 2nd: 25-35 cm | January 3rd: 20 cm

Whitewater Ski Resort

Total Snow 278 cm +  Settled Snowpack 152 cm
With 15 cm of fresh snow last week.  

Snow Alert: Sunday January 3rd: -10C with 29 cm!
Follow the Snow

RED Mountain Resort

Looks like new snow has arrived on the slopes with more on the way during Christmas. They accumulated 10 cm of new snow overnight with temps at the top sitting at -10C. Red, Silverlode, and Topping Creek Chairs along with the T-bar and Magic Carpet are now open, and the resort anticipates opening the upper mountain with Paradise & Motherlode Chairs by noon today, Tuesday December 22nd.

Total Snow 215 cm + Settled Snowpack 91 cm
With 9 cm of fresh snow last week.

Snow Alert: Saturday January 2rd: 17 cm!
Follow the snow

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FREE REFILLS AT WHITEWATER: 25 CM OVERNIGHT!

DECEMBER 22, 2020 • WHAT'S NEW


The timing couldn't have been better. With a snowfall of 32 cm in 24 hrs at nearby Whitewater Ski Resort. It's shaping up to be a great Christmas week, with some deep powder turns for our guests & sunny days in the forecast! 

Whitewater Ski Resort

Total Snow 263 cm +  Settled Snowpack 163 cm
With 32 cm in the last 24 hrs.  
Follow the Snow

RED Mountain Resort

Looks like new snow has arrived on the slopes with more on the way during Christmas. They accumulated 10 cm of new snow overnight with temps at the top sitting at -10C. Red, Silverlode, and Topping Creek Chairs along with the T-bar and Magic Carpet are now open, and the resort anticipates opening the upper mountain with Paradise & Motherlode Chairs by noon today, Tuesday December 22nd.

Total Snow 199 cm + Settled Snowpack 88 cm
With 10 cm in the last 24 hrs.
Stay tuned for updates

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RED MOUNTAIN RESORT OPENED TODAY

DECEMBER 18, 2020 • WHAT'S NEW


Red Mountain Resort

Opening Day at RED! 
Red, Silverlode, and Topping Creek Chairs along with the T-bar and Magic Carpet are all opening today. Online lift tickets and day lift tickets at Guest Services (outside ticket windows only) will be discounted 25% until the upper mountain opens. The resort hopes to open the upper mountain on Monday, December 21st. 

Total Snow 176 cm + Settled Snowpack 69 cm
Follow the snow

Whitewater Ski Resort

Opening Day for the general public at WH2O!
Summit Chair, Silverking Chair, Glory Ridge Chair and Hummer Handle Tow are open with limited terrain and early season conditions. 
Nordic trails are currently closed.

Total Snow 208 cm  Settled Snowpack 125 cm
Follow the snow

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WHITEWATER SKI RESORT OPENED TODAY TO SEASON PASSHOLDERS 

DECEMBER 11, 2020 • WHAT'S NEW


Whitewater Ski Resort

Today, Whitewater has opened for daily operations with limited terrain to Season Passholders only. Tentative opening day to the general public is planned in a week on Friday, December 18th. Nordic trails are currently closed.

Total Snow 167 cm / 66"  Settled Snowpack 105 cm / 41"
Follow the snow

Red Mountain Resort

RED has postphoned its opening day until there is sufficient snow and with a promissing forecast for next week, is hopeful it wont be too long.

Total Snow 146 cm / 58” + Settled Snowpack 50 / 20”
With 5 cm of fresh snow overnight.
Follow the snow

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WINTER IS COMING... - TENTATIVE OPENING DATES AND CONDITIONS LOCAL SKI RESORTS

DECEMBER 5, 2020 • WHAT'S NEW


In just about 1 week nearby Ski Resorts Whitewater and Red Mountain are planning to open their slopes, so we decided it is time to start the “We ♥ Snow Report Winter 2020/21” again!

We asked Bex Dawkes, last years’ Marketing Coordinator at Whitewater Ski Resort about why it could be the best winter ever and La Niña.



While for now we all dream of future plans in our own personal snow globe, we will keep you informed on any changes as soon as we learn them here, but please keep yourselves updated as well with all the changes and the applicable
COVID-19 SAFETY AND PROTOCOLS:
Logden Lodge    - Whitewater Ski Resort    - Red Mountain Resort


Whitewater Ski Resort

Total Snow 160 cm / 63' +  Settled Snowpack 106 cm / 42'
With 17 cm of fresh snow this week.  

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Tentative Opening Date to the general public: December 18th
Whitewater is scheduled to open on Friday, December 11th for daily operations to Season Passholders only and tentatively planning to open the Glory Chair one week later on Friday, December 18th. All of this is conditions permitting.

Whitewater, the go-to-resort for most of our guests, is up the road from our Lodge, a short 20 min. drive from door to lift. Over 623 metres/2044 ft of steeps, deeps, chutes, bowls, and glades are all there, beneath the ski resort's majestic Ymir Peak. Together with its impressive snowpack - annual snowfall of 12 meters/40 ft -, boundless backcountry terrain and its laid-back familial atmosphere, some do not want to ski anywhere else. 

Red Mountain Resort

Total Snow 136 cm / 53” + Settled Snowpack 50 cm / 19”
With 10 cm of fresh snow this week.

Follow the snow

Tentative Opening Date: December 12th

Guests who stay with us longer than a few nights like to ski at least a day at Red Mountain as well. RED is a bit further out but very accessible at an hours drive (75km), located just outside the charming town of Rossland. With more than 3,850 skiable acres, 119 runs, 890 meters/2919 ft of vertical terrain serviced by 8 total lifts, and an annual snowfall peaks out on average at 7+ meters/25 ft, all in all reason to enjoy a day at this impressive resort as well.

Would you like to take it beyond the slopes? Read here all about our area.