Restaurants will be operating with a limited capacity as the resort returns to indoor dining. Masks are required indoors except while seated and eating or drinking.
We are currently selling snow tubing tickets through January 16th. Advance online ticket purchase and reservation required.
11/26/21 Snow Tube & Adventure Park Opens Saturday, November 27th.
11/21/21 Snow Tube & Adventure Park Opening Delayed
The temps stayed a bit on the mild side of the forecast since our last update. Although we weren’t able to get the snowmaking windows we had hoped for, we didn’t suffer any significant loss to existing snow production while our Snoflake, all weather snowmaking system, has done a tremendous job throughout this weekend helping us gain back what we lost in that last big rain event before heading into last week.
Despite the good news, we just didn’t get the accumulating snowfalls that we needed to build the Snow Tube Park to meet operational demands. Unfortunately, we won’t be opening for Thanksgiving weekend as planned.
Looking ahead, the forecast ahead looks like we could be seeing our first dip into some chilly temps as we head into December. We’re looking forward to offering a welcome nod to the much discussed La Nina winter of 2021 – 2022!
We’ll continue to monitor weather forecasts and take advantage of all snowmaking opportunities with the anticipation of a great opening as soon as we can!
AGAIN, TICKETS ARE NOT ONSALE AT THIS TIME.
Thanks for your interest in Skibowl we look forward to seeing you this winter!
11/16/21 A Forward Look Towards Opening
As we near our targeted opening date for our Snow Tube and Adventure Park at Skibowl east, we wanted to provide a current status update on opening for Thanksgiving weekend as planned.
Our Snoflake, all weather snowmaking system, has been hard at work since early October stockpiling snow in anticipation of the upcoming season. We’ve had early season, mountain snows with temps dipping down into the 30’s cooling off the ground. Last week we suffered a big hit from Mother Nature when excess rain carried from the “Atmospheric River” dropped over 5 inches of rain on the mountain in 2.5 days.
Taking a look ahead for this week the weather pattern looks like it could give us a few days of snowmaking weather along with some natural snowfall before we turn the corner leading into Thanksgiving week. At this time, we just can’t predict when we’ll be able to get open, therefore TICKETS ARE NOT ONSALE AT THIS TIME.
We will continue to monitor the weather and conditions closely and will provide updates weekly and or as they become available. We remain excited to get open as soon as possible.
Thanks for your interest in Skibowl we look forward to seeing you this winter:
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