Photo courtesy of Kicking Horse webcam.

Kicking Horse Update Monday January 6

Kicking Horse reports 15 cm of snow in the last 24 hours, with 6 cm falling overnight. Snowfall is expected to continue into Friday and Wednesday, as a winter storm moves across B.C.

The forecast for the day is a high of -6, with a low of -10, and will be overcast and cloudy all day. The upper mountain is expecting a high of -10 with a low of -15.

All lifts are open, except for pioneer.

In Super Bowl, T1 South is open, while T2 north is closed. In Bowl Over, T1 North is closed, while CPR Ridges South is open. All ridges in Crystal Bowl and Feuz Bowl are open, except for Ozone. Middle Ridge in Rudi’s Bowl is closed.

Conditions are powder on the upper mountain, and machine groomed on the lower. The run of the day is Kicking Horse.

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