Kicking Horse Update Thursday, January 2

Kicking Horse reports 5 cm of snow in the last 24 hours, with more on the way. About 10 cm more of snow is forecasted to fall over night, with snowfall continuing into the weekend.

The forecast for the day is a high of -7, with a low of -7, and will be overcast all day. The upper mountain is expecting a high of -14 with a low of -15.

All lifts are open.

Rudi’s Bowl is closed, as well as Ozone in Feuz Bowl, but all other ridges and bowls are open.

Conditions are machine groomed on the lower mountain, with powder on the upper mountain. The run of the day is Silver Lining.

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