Condition Roundup
Author thumbnail By M. Scott Smith, DCSki Editor

The following summarizes current conditions at area resorts.

Ski Liberty

Ski Liberty is currently closed. The resort has not ruled out re-opening if this week’s colder temperatures permit sufficient snowmaking.

Snowshoe

Snowshoe received some rain Sunday and Monday morning, but expects to receive snow throughout the week. Base depth is healthy 36-88 inches, with all 54 trails open. Conditions Monday were groomed loose granular, to change over to packed powder as snow falls. Snowshoe plans to stay open through the Easter weekend. Starting this weekend, reduced spring rates are in effect.

Ski Roundtop

Ski Roundtop is currently closed, after re-opening for the past weekend. Roundtop will make snow later this week and hopes to re-open Fife & Drum and Minuteman for Friday and Saturday. On Saturday, March 14, Roundtop will hold its Spring Music Festival regardless of snow conditions. The Music Fest will feature artists Fuel, Orange 9MM, the Jellybricks, and Two Skinnee Jays. Tickets are $25 at the gate.

Hidden Valley

Western Pennsylvania’s Hidden Valley Resort has 100% of their terrain open with a base depth from 32-40 inches. The resort is expecting to receive snow throughout the week. Reduced pricing is in effect.

Seven Springs

Seven Springs received rain Monday morning but expected it to turn over to snow as the day progressed. Conditions Monday were wet granular, with a base depth from 30-44 inches. 11 slopes and 14 trails are open.

Whitetail

Whitetail is currently closed. The resort is keeping an eye on this week’s colder temeratures, and may fire the snowguns back up in an effort to re-open for the weekend.

Wisp

Rain at Wisp on Monday was expected to change over to snow. Wisp has 19 trails open, with a base depth from 16-76 inches. Conditions are springlike but will be changing to loose and frozen granular as colder temperatures return. Wisp does not plan to make snow for the remainder of the season.

About M. Scott Smith

M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.

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