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March 2015 Daily Snow Reports

3.4.15-Caution BRIGHT SUNSHINE AHEAD… Good morning Heavenly skiers and riders! Today’s mountain forecast is calling for a beautiful bluebird day with clear, sunny skies and light SE winds. You can expect temperatures to vary this morning falling between 20°F-27°F; climbing this afternoon into the mid 30s, peaking near 37°F. I suggest dressing in light layers […]

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February 2015 Daily Snow Reports

2/28/15-Taking WINTER BACK… Happy Snow Day Heavenly skiers and riders! Yesterday large, moisture-rich snowflakes started falling on mountain late afternoon and continued overnight through early this morning. Heavenly Mountain’s slopes  have a fresh blanket of 3-5 inches with snow in our mountain forecast calling for an additional 2-4 inches throughout the day.  The mountain is […]

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More Terrain + Bigger Parties

Heavenly was able to boost its terrain to 64 trails after the past two snow storms. Heavenly Mountain Resort now offers over 2,000 acres of terrain for all levels of skiers and riders. No matter what level of skier/rider you are today, with our Ski and Ride School, and our trails geared for progression, Heavenly […]

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Conditions and Terrain Report

January has provided us with sunshine filled days and cool temperatures at night allowing the West Coast’s largest snowmaking system to flex its muscles and make snow every chance possible. With fresh layers of snow, thanks to our awesome team of Snowmakers, our trails are layered to maintain our surface conditions and with that, allowing […]

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January 2015 Snow Reports

1/31/15-Later January… Good morning Heavenly skiers and riders! Today all scheduled mountain lifts will start turning at 8:30 a.m. via: the California Main Lodge, the Heavenly Gondola, and Stagecoach (intermediate skiers and riders only).  We offer 19 lifts granting access to 27 trails on beginner, intermediate, and advanced terrain. Please stay on designated trails only […]

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