Rogers Pass Backcountry Conditions Report
This page is designed to give backcountry skiers and splitboarders in Rogers Pass pertinent snowpack and ski conditions to help facilitate safe, fun days in the mountains! These conditions reports are based on observations from professional ACMG guides and avalanche forecasters who operate regularly in Rogers Pass.
Rogers Pass Backcountry Conditions Report March 13, 2023 Current Snowpack Synopsis The green brick, it happened! A week of all-time riding conditions with relatively clear skies and cool temps made room for some adventurous descents. Lot’s of folks were stepping out and riding some big lines; there was probably a fair bit of pent-up enthusiasm […]
Rogers Pass Backcountry Conditions Report March 5, 2023 Current Snowpack Synopsis Pow, the story continues! Since January 30th, Ullr has delivered 204mm of snow water equivalent to the snowpack. Mt Fidelity’s weather station at 1905m is now reading 276cm for a height of snow. According to the Mt Fidelity weather station, 65cm of storm snow […]
Current Snowpack Synopsis Pow, the story continues! February has delivered 165mm of snow water equivalent to the snowpack. Mt Fidelity’s weather station at 1905m is now reading 269cm for a height of snow. This past week, amidst a strong arctic outbreak, 61cm of storm snow has fallen, but there has been 68 cm of settlement […]
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