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Ski Patrol Comments

Wow, what a difference new snow makes! The front side of the mountain is in great shape, with fun skiing in Lenawee Parks, Powerline and the north side (Pali) terrain. The best way to tour the ski area is to join our Earth Day Adventure; collect punches at checkpoints on the mountain to win prizes (and all proceeds benefit Protect Our Winters!). After you’ve collected all the punches, you get to enjoy the POW après party on the Perch. We’re sure to see a mix of conditions and weather today, so be ready with layers, eye protection and sunscreen. Have fun out there! -ASI

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New Snowfall

  • 2″ in the Last 24 Hours
  • 9″ in the Last 3 Days


  • 63" Midway Snow Depth
  • P/PP Conditions
    (Powder/Packed Powder)


12°F at 5:00 AM on 4/22/2017

33°F Forecasted High
Snow Flurries


  •  100% of Easiest Terrain Open
  •  100% of More Difficult Terrain Open
  •  100% of Most Difficult Terrain Open
  •  84% 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
  • West Wall Road
  • Grizzly Road
  • Lenawee Parks
  • Dercum's Gulch
  • Norway Face
  • Cornice Run
  • West Gully
  • Knolls
  • East Gully
  • Larkspur-Upper
  • Larkspur-Gully
  • Larkspur-Meadow
  • Larkspur-Fingers
  • Ned's Cache
  • Independence
  • Columbine
  • Shining Light
  • Falcon
  • High Divide
  • Treeline

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