Kicking Horse Update Thursday, January 30

Kicking Horse reports 2 cm of snow in the last 24 hours, with cloud cover expected throughout the day as snow rolls in. Snow is in the forecast for Thursday night through Sunday, with almost 30 cm of snow expected to fall over the course of the next few days.

The forecast for the day is a high of -4, with a low of -7. The upper mountain is expecting a high of -10 with a low of -11.

All lifts are open today, with the exception of Pioneer.

All terrain is open, with the exception of T1 North in Bowl Over and Ozone in Feuz Bowl.

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

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