This is Jayme with your daily snow report for February 25, 2021. We have received a light dusting of snow over the last 24 hours, but we can expect a heavier dump starting tonight and into the weekend. As the storm starts to brew in the sky today temperatures may be chilly so be sure to come prepared with those extra layers. Skiing has been all time lately so let's keep our fingers crossed to keep this season rolling!
Today the forecast calls for clouds increasing throughout the day with a high near 20 and winds out of the northeast gusting up to 20 mph. Tonight there is a chance of showers and a low around 9 degrees. We can expected 1 to 2 inches possible and west winds up to 18 mph. This storm will only be a teaser for the one to follow with 3 to 7 inches possible Friday night. Be prepared for all conditions diving into this weekend!
The various difficulty ratings are relative to the Snowbird area and cannot be compared to other ski areas. Unmarked hazards may be present off the main runs. We kindly advise you to ski and ride with caution and stay in control. Wind and weather permitting, lifts will begin loading at 9 am. For hours of operation and daily terrain access, please see below.
Thank you for skiing and riding with us!
Snowbird’s all-new parking reservation system is currently in-effect so make sure you have your reservations ready as you head up. Pro tip: turn your phone brightness up to 100% for a quick and easy scan.
All guests will be expected to comply with Snowbird’s COVID-19 Health & Safety guidelines, including physical distancing and required face coverings.
The mountain is closed to all uphill travel.
Learn everything you need to know about how to visit Snowbird this winter here .
Parking along the side of SR-210 between Entry 1 and 4 does not require a parking reservation and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, when conditions allow. If you already have a parking reservation, we ask that you scan your reservation and park in our lots to avoid a no-show penalty and to allow others to enjoy the mountain.