Although both resorts will close promptly after their single day of operations, one day might be enough to score a powder turn or two before the official season begins for both ski areas on June 16th.
Coronet Peak has already seen 90cm (35″) of snow this season and is boasting a summit base depth of 60cm (24″). Cardrona on the other hand has seen even more than that and although the season snowfall total isn’t posted, they’ve got a summit depth that’s already 90cm deep.
Snow Report [Coronet Peak]
7 Day Snowfall – 20cm | Base Depth – 20-60cm
We’re off to a good start for the week with 40 cm at the base and up to 80 cm at the top of the mountain. Snow making continues to work alongside a cold week ahead!
Snow Report [Cardrona]
7 Day Snowfall – 75cm | Base Depth – 50-90cm
The snow let up last evening but there are cold temps forecasted throughout the week. Expect snowmaking to get a boost as mountain ops works to get open McDougall’s Chondola and the beginners’ area for Saturday.