Kicking Horse Update Thursday January 9

Kicking Horse reports cm of snow in the last 24 hours, with snowfall forecasted to continue today and tonight.

The forecast for the day is a high of -13, with a low of -15, with cloud cover expected to continue throughout the day. The upper mountain is expecting a high of -19 with a low of -19.

All lifts are open, except for pioneer.

T1 South is open, while T2 North is closed in Super Bowl. In Bowl Over, T1 North is closed, while CPR Ridge South is open. Both ridges in Crystal Bowl are open. In Feuz Bowl, Redemption Ridge and Middle Ridge are open, while Ozone and White Wall are closed. Rudi’s Bowl is closed.

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

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