Ski Patrol Comments


Happy Valentine’s Day! You can’t go wrong celebrating on the sunny slopes of Arapahoe Basin with your favorite ski partner! The warm, sunny weather this week has produced spring like conditions on much of the mountain. Start off your morning with some groomed corduroy on Sundance and High Noon before proceeding to the upper mountain. About midday, snowfall moves in for a return to some powder skiing!-DR

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New Snowfall

  • 0″ in the Last 24 Hours
  • 0″ in the Last 3 Days

Base

  • 50" Midway Snow Depth
  • PP Conditions
    (Packed Powder)

Weather

19°F at 5:00 AM on 2/14/2016

25°F Forecasted High
Snow

Terrain

  •  100% of Easiest Terrain Open
  •  100% of More Difficult Terrain Open
  •  100% of Most Difficult Terrain Open
  •  100% of Expert Terrain Open
  • Montezuma Bowl is Open
  • East Wall Expert Terrain is Open
  • 100% of Front Side Open

Lifts Open

  • Black Mountain Express
  • Lenawee Mountain
  • Molly Hogan
  • Molly's Magic Carpet
  • Pika Place Carpet
  • Norway
  • Pallavicini
  • Zuma

Groomed Runs

  • Wrangler
  • Upper Chisholm Trail
  • Sundance
  • Lower Chisholm Trail
  • Molly Hogan
  • High Noon
  • Lenawee Face
  • Humbug
  • Powerline
  • West Wall
  • Grizzly Road
  • Dragon
  • Dercum's Gulch
  • Norway Face
  • Cornice Run
  • West Gully
  • Larkspur-Upper
  • Larkspur-Gully
  • Larkspur-Meadow
  • Larkspur-Fingers
  • Ned's Cache
  • Independence
  • Columbine
  • Shining Light
  • High Divide
  • Treeline

Additional Information