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Storm Cam Last Cleared: January 18 @ 4:00 PM

Forecast

Conditions as of 01.23.20 06:00am

It is Thursday and that means you are one step closer to a slope-filled weekend! This is your snow report for Thursday 23rd January 2020.

With a skiff of new snow overnight, combined with a few cm's during the day yesterday and blower snow it is going to feel like another powder day at Castle. Moderate winds have certainly given the mountain a nice refresh and are looking to be blowing west 30 km/h gusting to 50 increasing to 50 gusting to 70 this afternoon,. Weather is looking to be mostly cloudy as light snow should continue throughout the day whilst the mid-mountain high is slated to be 1.

All major lifts are scheduled to operate today with base area lifts scheduled for 9 AM and Tamarack (Red) Chair scheduled for operation at 9:30 AM. Delays are not expected today but are always possible should avalanche control work be deemed necessary. As always keep a check on this page for the latest updates.

Heading to Castle this weekend for Never Ever Days? Please ensure you arrive 45 minutes in advance so as to ensure we can organize your lift ticket and equipment to get you out on the slopes in perfect timing!
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Temperature

Summit Temperature -6°C

Village Temperature -1°C

University of Lethbridge Beta Weather Stations

Snow Fall (cm)

Mid Mountain Village
Fresh Snow (Overnight) 2 1
Fresh Snow (24 hrs) 6

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Fresh Snow (48 hrs) 14 7
Last 7 days 38 24
Total Snowfall 638 272
Snow Base 206 72

Lift Status

Updated as of 01.23.20 06:00am

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Lifts Open

Tamarack (Red) Chair Open
Sundance (Blue) Chair Open
Huckleberry Chair Open
Green Chair Open
Buckaroo Magic Carpet Open
T-Rex T-Bar On Stand-by

Trail Status

Updated as of 01.23.20 06:00am

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