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Ski Fraser Valley: Mount Baker Reports 10″ Of New Snow
Fraser Valley ski resorts are getting ready for the coming season. In fact, as of Monday Mount Baker was reporting 10 inches of new snow. For a look at the pre-season deals and a look through the webcams we’ve put together a ski season update. [Click On Image For Full Story]
While weather specialists are advising care do to poor visibility and dangerous road conditions this winter the ski hills are gearing up for an exciting snow filled season. We’ve put together an update on the ski hills in and around the Valley together with some links to regional ski conditions for your convenience.
Manning Park ResortDownhill and cross-country skiing have been popular winter activities in Manning Park since the early 1950′s. From skating to snowboarding, Manning continues to be a favorite spot for winter sport enthusiasts from BC and around the world. Located in the Gibson Pass Valley, Manning Park is renowned for its dry snow and variety of Snowplay Experiences.
Hemlock ResortThank you to all our loyal guests who recognized the outstanding value of the brand new Flex pass. Stay tuned – a limited number of Flex passes will be available at again this year.
The”Flex Passes” – Just $199 (+tax) gets you a pass to ski any day of the week starting January 6th right through to the end of the season. Ride Thursday one week and Saturday the next. If you only ski 4 times during the season it has more than paid for itself.
Mount BakerThe tickets are printed, the lifts are ready and the staff is hired, so now we are just waiting on the snow . . .
and the storm that rolled in this past weekend brought us the first good hit of snow of the season with 12 inches of new snow falling at Heather Meadows Sunday night and 15 inches of new on Pan Dome.
The freezing level hovered around 4,000 feet, so no accumulation at White Salmon, but it sure is looking like winter at the upper base area!
As of Monday Nov 12th there were 10 inches of new snow at Heather Meadows.
For Up Dated Avalanche Conditions From The Canadian Avalanche Centre Click Here
Check out the conditions at Hemlock Resort via webcam and check Hemlock’s regional ski report below.
Hemlock Resort WebCams: Click Here
Regional Ski Conditions Click Here.