SNOW & CONDITIONS REPORT
Good morning skiers and riders,
Our grooming staff has been working around the clock so you can shred some beautiful corduroy. Today will be mostly cloudy with a high of 41 degrees and a low of 29 degrees. Get excited, we could see 3-8 inches of snow on the mountains by Sunday afternoon.
Happy Platter and Alpine Platter are currently on mechanical hold. First-timers can access beginner terrain on the North Carpet. Additional beginner terrain can be found on the upper mountain via Quail Chair and Madden Chair – runs include Homeward Bound, Overload, and Rainbow Ridge. To return to the base, skiers and riders are encouraged to use Homeward Bound and catch the shuttle back to North Base or download via Madden Chair.
Your day shouldn’t end when the mountain closes! Ride down the slopes of Homewood Mountain and hop across the street to the West Shore for some Après Ski specials. Talk about the day’s turns while you quench your thirst with $5 draft beer, $5 house wine and $3 off specialty cocktails. Guest can also enjoy a limited lunch menu offered during this time, click below to learn more. Après Ski will run from 3pm to 5pm Friday through Mondays and during Holiday periods
Looking to learn more on-mountain safety tips? Join us this Saturday, January 25th, from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm for California Ski Safety Day at Homewood. Learn from our Ski Patrol, Ski Instructors, and team members on how to be safer on the mountain through various activities. You may even have the opportunity to meet Homewood Avalanche dog, Ruckus! Click Here for more information.
See you all on the mountain!
Conditions Update: Video taken on 1/17/20