January 15, 2017 | Updated: 5:00PM
Operations Suspended for Sunday, January 15th.
SNOW CREEK HAS SUSPENDED OPERATIONS FOR MONDAY, JANUARY 16TH.
Mother Nature certainly hasn't been kind these last few days. We are suspending operations due to the heavy amounts of rain forecast for tomorrow in hopes to conserve as much snow as possible. Closing is not a decision made lightly and this is not how we anitcipated our 3-day holiday weekend going. We apologize for any inconveince this has put on our guests.
Regular hours of operation will resume Tuesday at Noon.
DAILY HOURS: CLOSED
DAILY SKIING CONDITIONS:
|SKI & SNOWBOARD TRAILS||Difficulty||Open||Closed||Comments|
Snow Base: 42-59"
New Snow: 0"
Lifts Open: 0 of 5
Trails Open: 0 of 12
|Rattlesnake Terrain Park||X|
|SKI LIFTS||Trails Served||Open||Closed||Comments|
|Long Rider Rope Tow||X|
|Easy Rider Carpet||X||*Operations are based on demand.|
|A General Rule for Snow Tubing: Fresh, natural snow makes the tube-runs slower, not faster. Very cold weather generally means faster runs. A medium temp day with the sun out may also make for faster runs as the top layer of snow may melt just a little and increase the speed. It is always a good idea to walk down and check things out for yourself before you purchase your ticket.|
|Tornado Alley Tube Park||CLOSED|
**Surface conditions listed are at opening time and are subject to change due to weather, time of day, skier traffic and other factors. Always watch your fellow skiers and snowboarders along with other obstructions, both natural and man-made. Ice, thin spots, bare spots and variations on the snow surface can and will exist. Click for Snow Conditions Terminology
***Snowmaking is possible at any time and should be anticipated regardless if the Snow Report states it or not. While specific trails may be noted for possible snowmaking, that DOES NOT exempt any other trail from snowmaking. In order for us to provide our customers with skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing services, we have to make snow when we can. We know conditions are unfavorable during snowmaking; HOWEVER, Midwest weather does not always provide good snowmaking conditions and we must seize all opportunities when we have them.