Skiers and rider were treated to a few fresh inches of snowfall on this cool morning with wide open slopes making for fast edge side turns all across the mountain. Morning reports are 3″ on the summit and 1″ at mid mountain. The forecast today calls for breaks of sun followed by light snow showers continuing on and off throughout the afternoon and into tonight.

Bill Sullivan Heading into West Side

Currently, we have a 47″ inch base at mid mountain with a temperature of 20°. The summit temperature is 7° with a base depth of 74″ inches and winds coming from the west at 7mph. Skiers and riders can currently access 17 lifts, 161 open trails and 2,900 acres of packed powder terrain.

Skiers making way on Rolex

Heavier snows are expected to build as we go into this weekend. There is a historic storm approaching Colorado with expected forecast of up to 5″ feet of snow in areas across Rocky National Park. For the latest forecast and current weather, check out the Steamboat Daily Snow by Joel Gratz.

A Male PineGrosbeak looks out over Thunderhead Saddle

Storm Peak Catwalk

Masks are required everywhere on the mountain so please continue to wear your mask while in lift lines, skiing and among the base area. For more information on Steamboats Covid 19 protocols, please visit Steamboat’s Trail Forward Page.

Bill Sullivan surveying the views from the top of South Peak

Have a great day on the mountain!

Bill Sullivan On Sunset
Snow Coated Tree in Closets
Bill Sullivan Ripping over the saddle
Sundown Lift